Say It Isn't So

Say It Isn't So

Boy meets girl; boy falls in love (and had wild, non-stop sex) with girl; boy loses girl... when they discover they are brother and sister! But when he learns that he's the victim of the ultimate case of mistaken identity, the lovesick young man -- whom everyone still thinks is after some taboo thrills -- must race across the country to stop her from marrying another man.

Young orphan Gilly (Klein) finds out his lover Jo (Graham) may actually be his biological sister. After they break up he discovers he's not related and travels across the country to stop ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Say It Isn't So torrent reviews

Stephanie U (ca) wrote: I liked it. Had an unexpected twist, which kept it interesting for me.

Daren M (fr) wrote: The suburb portrayal of the cleverly written character Ellie by Pacino just about burdens the weight of the poor development of an otherwise interesting enough storyline...

Eric V (ag) wrote: doesnt get much better than this

Darrin C (jp) wrote: I remember liking this movie when I saw it once when I was around 8 years old and now realize that it was probably a good way to waste an afternoon. Looking back, I think it was corny and childish.

Paul F (mx) wrote: I'm ill. I've had a temperature of at least 250 degrees centigrade and I spent what felt like half the night really worrying about a situation (which interestingly was film related) that doesn't actually exist. So I was hoping to blame my view of this film on my feverish state, but sadly this movie really doesn't make any sense or have any point.The overview says it's, "one of the most notorious films ever made"?, (which should always set the alarm bells ringing if that's the best they can come up with); whilst the trailer says, "don't miss the most sensation scene in the history of the screen"?. Well I'm here to say that it's not and it isn't. It's simply the world's biggest B-movie. It's a food fight of ideas, famous actors and over-the-topness; a good idea until you have to clean up the mess. That's not to say the acting isn't by and large okay, the film technically looks good for one over 40 years old and Raquel Welch simply looks good, (unlike Mae West, who looks like a cheap plastic Transformer toy). And it's got Tom Selleck in it for goodness sake; (playing the part of a Stud of course.) It also feels incredible dated, set in an America that doesn't exist anymore, (hopefully). It felt a bit embarrassing to watch, but not in a good way; it was like I was getting off on watching a small child keep trying to ride a bike and keep falling off it, onto concrete. Comedy in the early 70s was pants. The biggest indictment comes from the fact that the film is interspersed with lots of clips from older movies, with the funniest parts of the film being where these feature Laurel & Hardy. L&H rock!Recommended for anyone who wants to explore the mindset of an individual 'with issues' who's undergoing a gender reassignment. Actually I just made that up, as I'm not quite sure who would enjoy seeing this film; probably someone who likes a challenge and would gain some sort of pleasure working out what the hell's going on, so as to get one over on people like me who frankly can't be bothered. Or Raquel Welch fans; (you probably have to be of a certain age for the latter to apply).0 cats and 0 decapitations.Top badass moment: In a film that doesn't really make a lot of sense this isn't easy to identify, but I have to say I was impressed with Myra's ability to reel off numerous facts and figures about films. I'd love to be able to do that, so consequently it's badass.

Greg W (de) wrote: zany UK comedy fueled by peter sellers

Scott R (au) wrote: Compelling story. A little depressing, but I think the wine complexity parts helped. There was also some comic relief and the writing was good.

John B (nl) wrote: Middling Chris Rock film. I never imagined that I would see him be not funny for such a long period of time. We know he can be a serious actor but this was seriously boring.