Skating star Sonja Henie and the Glenn Miller Orchestra share the spotlight in Sun Valley Serenade. Henie plays a Norwegian refugee adopted by band pianist John Payne, who mistakenly thought that the full-grown Miss Henie was a 10-year-old little girl. Payne's girlfriend, Lynn Bari, is a soloist with the Miller band, and also a violently jealous sort. When Bari quits Miller out of pique, Henie stages an elaborate ice show as a substitute. This impromptu spectacular thrills the audience at the Sun Valley resort hotel where most of the action takes place. Joan Davis and Milton Berle provide comic relief to the music and romance (you haven't lived until you've seen Berle on skis), while The Nicholas Brothers and Dorothy Dandridge perform a lively chorus of "Chattanooga Choo Choo."
When Phil Corey's band arrives at the Idaho ski resort its pianist Ted Scott is smitten with a Norwegian refugee he has sponsored, Karen Benson. When soloist Vivian Dawn quits, Karen stages an ice show as a substitute. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sourav B (br) wrote: As expected good masala movie. laughed a lot. Even full hall is laughing at sad sequence also. If your expectation is a no brainier good comedy movie here it is. Don't expect any logic , go to theater sit back and enjoy
Bloodmarsh K (de) wrote: A movie this bad doesn't deserve cover art.
Alex A (au) wrote: An Incredible experience, Takashi Miike's most stylized film yet, lots of fun, lots of heart, lots of story and lots of action. probably the best cult film to come out of Japan since Battle Royale.
Nicholas L (gb) wrote: I didnt finish the movie and I never was interested to go back. I have seen dark comedies before and this was nothing new. Trying to point out flaws in religion the goverment it just never caught my attention as nothing new
J K (mx) wrote: What is that pink gerbil supposed to be? Wait a second, don't answer that.
Jennifer E (ag) wrote: Interesting concepts here, but really not very impressive to watch, unless you're dying to see disclosed areas up close. The conversations almost seem to reach philisophical heights. Who better than a gay man to confront his worst fears? On another note, it's simply not plausible that all men, or all gay men, for that matter, may be so violent towards a woman.
Ian W (fr) wrote: This was and still is the one movie that inspires me to get my degree (sad isn't it?). I also thought this was one of the more realistic movies based on computers and programming. The similarities between the events in this film and both Microsoft and Apple are also easy to see.The plot is pretty basic and would never happen in real life but the real attraction, for me, was showing how a giant software corporation works and what they get up to. It features a good case, Tim Robbins steals the show and definitely looks like Bill Gates and this is one film that I can simply watch again and again.
Thomas K (nl) wrote: I remember seeing the pictures of Gia Caranji and thinking that she was just everything. This probably comes as close to reality as possible.
Logan M (br) wrote: It becomes more and more emotionally charged with every chapter, and conveys a broad selection of powerful themes.
Anna Q (it) wrote: Okay, this is one of those movies that I will watch when it comes on tv no matter which part it is. I love this movie, but can't quite explain why. I think it's Ricki Lake calling the kid Cookie.
Ty M (fr) wrote: A funny, enjoyable summer movie for everyone.
Tom H (gb) wrote: Good movie and one of Heston`s finest moments in his acting career. The ending was bold and original, but it is said the ending damaged the gross of the film. simply because the audience wanted a typical hollywood ending. But that bold choice is awarded with a cult following and proof that the film stands the test of time.
Patrick W (it) wrote: Sandler and Barrymore were apparently trying to recreate some of the gold they struck together with The Wedding Singer, but this one falls pretty flat. At times it is down right sad and depressing more than it is funny for Barrymore's character. Script is pretty bad although there are a few cracks here and there that are okay.
David G (gb) wrote: Very stylish take on the story! Also great performance!
JuanKa P (it) wrote: Basada en la obra ganadora de un Pullitzer de Alfred Uhry, Driving Miss Daisy nos cuesta la relacin existente entre una adinerada mujer, muy testadura, de carcter fuerte y con los valores tradicionales de una mujer del sur, Daisy (Jessica Tandy) y su chofer, un hombre afroamericano, quin tambin es bastante obstinado, pero atiende a la Srta Tandy con todo el amor posible; Hoke (Morgan Freeman). Ambos rompen molde, ella por ser una mujer descendiente de alemanes judos y l por el color de su piel, en una sociedad an bastante prejuciosa. No obstante, ambos entrados en aos, se apoyan mutuamente desarrollado una entraable amistad. Con Dan Aykrod..
Muffin M (kr) wrote: I own this on DVD in a four movie pack along with:* Lethal Weapon 2 (1989)* Lethal Weapon 3 (1992)* Lethal Weapon 4 (1998)
Ryan M (us) wrote: Hilarious in it's approach... Needed a bit more zombie corniness.