Samson and Delilah
The classic story of Samson and Delilah as told by Cecil B. DeMille.
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Megan F (nl) wrote: Stands out as a Ghibli movie that really closes out strong. It is one of the few that doesn't feel terribly rushed at the ending, and is satisfying with it's certainty of what is to come with the characters and their situation. Lacks all magical whimsy, instead opts for real life whimsy that Ghibli employs in their films like Whisper of the Heart and Only Yesterday. Whole film is in a word "Lovely".
Samantha J (ru) wrote: This movie uses every fallacious argument in the book, while throwing in a few questionable theologians into the mix for good measure.
Debbie H (de) wrote: was pretty good and i wacthed it here
Thomas E (nl) wrote: A mediocre con pic with a blustering Burns and a super-obvious plot.
Michael H (gb) wrote: Despite various production dilemmas (some which are documented in Polanski's autobiography) and the clash with executive producer Martin Ransohoff (ultimately responsible for the bastardized U.S. version), THE FEARLESS VAMPIRE KILLERS remains a triumphant effort in its director's cut, which is now what is commonly shown to the public, and thankfully what we get on DVD. With the snowbound locations in Ortisei, Italy, the fairy tale-like sets constructed at both Elstree and Pinewood Studios in England, and the luscious Panavision cinematography by Douglas Slocombe, the film has an extravagant look to it. The screenplay by Polanski and frequent collaborator Grard Brach cleverly blends humorous dialogue, quirky characters, sight gags and slapstick, while embracing the horror elements with equal intelligence. Polanski's direction is masterful, and he is perfectly cast as Alfred, having great chemistry with MacGowran as the goofy professor. The cast is quite marvelous, with Bass getting the most laughs as the screen's first Jewish vampire, and there's also an openly homosexual blonde vampire (played by Iain Quarrier), who looks to be poking fun at David Peel's performance in BRIDES OF DRACULA. Most notable here is undeniably German-born Ferdy Mayne as the suave yet intimidating vampire Count who gives Christopher Lee's Dracula a run for his money.
Romina A (kr) wrote: First watched it years ago and loved it. Hayley Mills is very good in this film.
Brian B (ca) wrote: Pretty weak script, and Keanu Reeves has the emotional depth of a potato, but it's visually impressive, at least.
Private U (jp) wrote: Intriguing, dark, and surreal. Didn't know how scary math could really be.