The Great Lover

The Great Lover

The French Surete and private eye Higgins are after a killer who uses innocent young Americans in a crooked gambling racket, and who sets sail on an ocean liner that also carries inept scoutmaster Freddie Hunter and his troop of boys. Freddie, who's been a "boy scout" too long, has designs on gorgeous Duchess Alexandria. The boys, far better organized than Freddie, are determined to save him from himself. But who will save Freddie from being the killer's next victim?

On an ocean liner, an inept scoutmaster pursues a duchess while a killer pursues him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ted H (jp) wrote: This movie needs to find more love here! It's a very well-executed rom com, with Sara Rue leading an impeccable cast (Elliott Gould! Haaz Sleiman! Downtown LA!) in her own charming and wonderful way. Sure, it's predictable that she'll find love - and herself - in the end...but that's what we want, and the journey is so fun and charming, that we really enjoy going with Dorfman on her voyage. Funny, charming, warm, and ultimately uplifting - this film is a small treasure!

Sam T (kr) wrote: Decent acting and writing does not prevent this film into an honest yet self indulgent mess of a movie.

Amanda L (jp) wrote: this was a very touching movie.

Nate H (it) wrote: "That's what terrifies me. It's so much easier to be someone else."

Gregory W (es) wrote: great doc on one of my faves

Luis A (ru) wrote: Siempre me la quise ver, la vida de todo un grande del jazz, que buena msica!!!

Christopher S (es) wrote: Pretty standard Cold War thriller fare. Solidly made with strong performances (despite the annoying fact that all the Russian characters speak with British accents), it does manage to generate some moderate suspense by the end. But ultimately it's just routine and forgettable. James Horner's incredibly dated score doesn't help.

Carlos I (au) wrote: Fairly standard Santa Clause slasher. The performance of Harry is great, and the reasoning for him snapping is fairly refreshing. But otherwise it's pretty by-the-numbers.

Michael H (kr) wrote: Wow. Just...wow. Uber cheezy 60's space age sci-fi with girls in bikinis, dudes w/ pointy ears and a surprisingly groovy soundtrack.

Pete S (kr) wrote: I thought it was good, and good to see Robert Forester again.

Kaleb R (fr) wrote: Likely the worst of the Harry Potter film franchise. The Order of the Phoenix struggles from its inability to fit such a large subject matter into a short film. Many important plot points seem rushed, lightly explained, and unexplored. There is one particular scene of sweet poetic justice, though.

David S (jp) wrote: Growing up three blocks from the San Francisco Tower Records (a stone's throw from where Steve McQueen began his epic car chase in BULLITT) on Bay St. didn't soften the nostalgic glow this film gives me. But like a great documentarian Hanks hints at the larger picture of popular music's role in the generational shifts that occurred in the 1960s and 1970s. Tower Records played a role in several waves, by being the premier landing spot for finding something you wanted, discovering something you didn't realize you wanted, and otherwise soaking in the ambiance. Stores like Costco (the pared down discovery palace of surprises at great prices) can thank Tower for their retail model (less the membership fee at the door). Thanks to Colin Hanks, Tower Records is gone but not forgotten.