The Flame of New Orleans
In old New Orleans, a beautiful adventuress juggles the attentions of a rich banker and a dashing sea captain.
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Miles G (it) wrote: Anti-science, anti-reason, Pathos. This man does not know hot to know, or think. He does not understand the topic. He is lying to his kids. He is lying to everyone. This film is a monster.
Al H (us) wrote: Another film that it could be better.
Andrew C (br) wrote: A documentary about employees that work at a parking lot, as well as the job itself. I was a little at odds about watching this, heck I actually thought it was going to be about one of those old time drive in theaters, but I'm glad I was too lazy to get up and change it because it was pretty interesting. Sounds like one of those jobs that would of been cool to have growing up, or some part in a high school movie where a philosophical parking lot attendant would be giving out knowledge procured from his job when the movies hero needed it the most.
Monica L H (ca) wrote: Just watched it for the billionth time (first time watching it with no kids) and I still adore this movie!!!
Suette F (it) wrote: dont recall this one
Jireh A (ca) wrote: Raw, provocative, and surreal. A hard-hit movie to watch that portrays true evil of lost soul in a fallen world of drugs, sex, and alcohol. Is there hope?
Will B (it) wrote: why not, julia stiles is cool
Tom K (fr) wrote: there's one word to describe this movie...BORING! i still can't believe that this movie made bravo's 100 scariest movie moments (nr. 56) because nothing in this movie is scary. But than again that list must have been made by people who are easily scared because they put 'the haircut' scene in there list...that's NOT scary that's only creepy! the acting is 50/50, the movie tries to distract you from it's blandness by throwing breast shots of Bridget Fonda & Jennifer Jason Leigh in there but that doesn't help much, everything that's going to play a part in the finally is almost rammed into your face in the first 30 minutes and yeah when the most horrifying thing in your thriller is that the villain has the same haircut as the heroine you pretty much blew it!
Richard S (us) wrote: This was very lovely and touching. I did enjoy the video collage that accompanies Anderson's words and music, but I actually think it will be even better as just audio, walking around and listening to it on my headphones. An experience.
Justin F (nl) wrote: How about Jack Palance's line in Joan Crawford's bedroom: "I can't think of anything more exciting than smoking a cigarette in a pretty women's bedroom"? So perfect... Palance as Lester Blaine (a creepy Casanova and con artist rocking a face of severely chiseled stone) and Crawford as bigtime playwright Myra Hudson (tough as nails and super smart) are just superb. As with most classic noir, the multiple layers of deceit, betrayal and scheming mean that Hudson and Blaine constantly assume different masks/identities depending on the circumstances at any given moment. In other words, Crawford and Palance are playing characters who themselves are playing characters, and numerous ones at that.In a sense, Palance/Blaine and Crawford/Hudson play out the theory that a within each of us exist multiple personalities. David Lynch has pushed this idea (which certainly is pantheistic in both a spiritual and psychological sense) into the realm of Dada and of surrealism. However, in 'Twin Peaks,' in 'Mulholland Dr.,' in 'Inland Empire' and so on the resonance of vintage noir like 'Sudden Fear' is pervasive in an ambient kind of way.Note: folks interested in how sound technology is depicted in Hollywood really should see this film for the scene in which Hudson overhears Blaine's secret plans, which are accidentally captured on her dictaphone. It's quite heady and ahead of its time: the power of recorded speech to induce altered states of consciousness, tape loops, odd visual effects, etc.
Christine G (fr) wrote: Could watch it over and over and over.....
Adam B (ag) wrote: I'm a Michael Caine fan and I was bored to tears, god knows what others must think! Slow and dull, Caine would make much worse later in his career (The Swarm etc), but none are this zzzzzzzzzzzzzz
Jamey B (es) wrote: The worst movie I've ever seen.Acting gets an F, the props such as obvious use of fake blood and rubber guts, this movie has a face not even it's mother could love.