Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, which is based in Oregon in 1850, is particularly known for the unusual choreography by Michael Kidd, which makes dance numbers out of such mundane frontier pursuits as chopping wood and raising a barn. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Seven Brides For Seven Brothers
Things are different for the Pontipee men now that big brother Adam's fetched a bride and brought her to their cabin. Indeed, the unwed brothers are so inspired they raid the town and carry off brides of their own!
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April W (it) wrote: This felt just like I was back home in Congo! It was awesome!
Jovan P (ru) wrote: An exquisite movie. Although it came out 3 years ago, I think it should be nominated for some awards this time around. Sexy man McConaughey delivers a riveting performance that transcends modern social and ethnic boundaries, daringly introspecting to discover the solution to a dire environmental issue. All the while the woman of his dreams is caught in the turmoil of this Academy Award deserving performance.
Greg P (de) wrote: This is an interesting movie. I had been wanting to see it for a while and was finally able to pick it up online. I Like Michael Rapaport a lot and he does a really good job portraying the disturbed Les. I think it's cool how the film shows things from Les' perspective and then from the perspective of those around him so that you can better understand his problems.
Harlot B (ag) wrote: The less you know about Solondz's films before watching them, the better. I would even extend that beyond the entirely apt generalization that every moment confuses the viewer between heart breaking sobs and gut busting laughter.
Sharon S (us) wrote: One of the funniest movies Ive ever seen. Cuba Gooding, Jr. Is so funny, he is a very multiple faceted actor. An all star cast!
STCENTERPRISE (kr) wrote: BAT*21I thought that the film presented some accurate depictions of the Vietnam War. However the acting particularly by the main characters made them act more like civilians in military uniforms rather than people who had been in the military for a while and understood the consequences of being in the military. I also got the feel of a film made in the time in which the film was created rather than a feel of a film that looked like it was filmed during the time period of the Vietnam era. I also felt like this film had a lot of unnecessary swearing which did not add to the films plot.
Blake P (it) wrote: After viewing the disappointing Tim Burton "adaptation" of cult soap opera/supernatural drama "Dark Shadows", I felt that, since I'm not willing to watch the original series as a whole, it made sense to watch "House of Dark Shadows," which has the same cast, the (mostly) same storyline, and the same gothic atmosphere. Although "House" isn't great cinema, it's ultimately a stylish, little blackened treat that also has the ability to boast that it's the only film to be adapted from a soap opera. Barnabas Collins (Jonathan Frid) is a vampire that has just awoken from a 150-year long slumber, no thanks to his vamp-phobic father who buried him alive rather than just killing him. Barnabas, as it turns out, was a rather wealthy man before his "demise", and his tomb is placed near his childhood home, the spooky Collinswood mansion. He arrives as a supposed long-lost relative of the Collins family, but there are an awful lot of suspicions surrounding his return. The first to be doubtful is young Carolyn (Nancy Barrett), the high-minded daughter of the family matriarch (Joan Bennett); it doesn't take long before she discovers Barnabas is a vampire, he kills her, and then she's a vampire herself. In the meantime (in soap operas, there always seems to be an "in the meantime), Barnabas is taken by the family governess, Maggie Evans (Kathryn Leigh Scott), who is a dead ringer for his long lost love, Josette. Barnabas yearns for a life with Maggie, and strikes up a deal with the family doctor, Julia Hoffmon (Grayson Hall) so that she can help him achieve mortality. But things don't go as planned ... "House of Dark Shadows" right off the bat feels a bit uneven. Filmed when "Dark Shadows" was in its fourth year, it moves along as though everybody already knows everyone's name, their motives, and their neuroses'. For casual viewers, "House" doesn't work so well, because more often than not the characters feel a bit shallowly written and the film as a whole just feels like three episodes of "Dark Shadows" stitched together. With these flaws aside, there are two redeeming qualities in the film, which are Frid, and well, the gothic atmosphere. Frid himself has always been legendary, thanks to his portrayal as Barnabas, and this film is no exception. He isn't as pale as a vampire should be (whether or not that's on purpose, I don't know) and he doesn't have the looks that any vampires in "Twilight" can boast, but he has a sort of "tortured soul" way about him, even though he constantly acts as though he's above everybody else. Most of the characters here are interesting in one way or another, but Barnabas Collins never ceases to be fascinating. The cinematography is beautiful, with nighttime scenes immersed in shadow and suspense, perfect for a supernatural horror film. Collinswood itself is scary no matter what time of the day it is, and the inside is filmed with a dull lifelessness during the day so that the night brings out the real sumptuousness. The scares or "boos!" are heightened when the sheer darkness swirls around the scene like a cape, and it's almost mysterious. But other than that, "House of Dark Shadows" is forgettable. It's entertaining while slightly silly, nostalgic but not dated. However, it's best viewed by fans of the original show.
Kaier H (jp) wrote: Incredible ocean adventures with a very touching story!
Muffin M (es) wrote: Young publishing executive Carly Norris (Sharon Stone) takes an apartment in an exclusive "sliver" building in New York, only to learn that the previous tenant, who bore a great resemblance to Carly, died in a mysterious fall from the apartment balcony. When other tenants of the building begin to die likewise mysteriously, Carly begins to suspect that a killer may be inhabiting the building and that it may be either Zeke (William Baldwin), the voyeuristic building owner with whom she's become involved romantically, or Jack (Tom Berenger), a mystery writer with a suspicious quality.also stars Polly Walker, Colleen Camp, Martin Landau, Amanda Foreman, CCH Pounder and Nina Foch.directed by Phillip Noyce.
Baurushan J (it) wrote: The story is about Cody Banks played by Frankie Muniz, some guy who went nowhere with his life gets plucked out of the suburban obscurity to be trained as a secret agent for the CIA. His mission is to get close to his classmate Natalie Connors played by Hilary Duff so that he can uncover her father Dr.Connors played by Martin Donovan's diabolical scheme to create indestructible robots. But of course he has to deal with his human life as well which includes his parents, his homework and his self-esteem. When I first watched this movie, it was badass! I still remember parts of it and I still remember it being great. The action was memorable, the climax and ending was great and we had a somewhat good villain. Agent Cody Banks gets a solid 8.6/10.
Jimmy C (au) wrote: It's alla about the music and the musical/dancing numbers. When there's not, the interest falls to flat.