The Inn of the Sixth Happiness
All her life Englishwoman Gladys Aylward knew that China was the place where she belonged. Not qualified to be sent there as a missionary, Gladys works as a domestic to earn the money to send herself to a poor, remote village. There she eventually lives a full and happy life: running the inn, acting as "foot inspector", advising the local Mandarin and even winning the heart of mixed race Captain Lin Nan. But Gladys discovers her real destiny when the country is invaded by Japan and the Chinese children need her to save their lives. Based on a true story.
- Stars:Ingrid Bergman, Curd Jürgens, Robert Donat, Michael David, Athene Seyler, Ronald Squire, Moultrie Kelsall, Richard Wattis, Peter Chong, Tsai Chin, Edith Sharpe, Joan Young, Lian-Shin Yang, Noel Hood, Burt Kwouk,
- Director:Mark Robson,
- Writer:Isobel Lennart (screenplay), Alan Burgess (novel)
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(mx) wrote: The worst supernatural film.
(mx) wrote: Another great wicked turn from Bette Davis as a conniving wife who tries to get money from her dying husband so she can go into business with her brothers. Good set up and it has some really great moments throughout. Man, the scene where her husband needs hills pills, that was perfect. A couple actors were too over the top (that crazy nephew) but otherwise it's a great film. Perfect ending as well.
(ru) wrote: This movie wouldn't be so bad if they didn't add those cheesy effects. The storyline was pretty good though.
(ru) wrote: Harvey Shine (Dustin Hoffman) est em Londres por causa do casamento de sua filha. quando o inesperado acontece e ele conhece Kate Walker (Emma Thompson), uma inglesa que desperta no protagonista sentimentos h muito tempo esquecidos.
(mx) wrote: The ruthlessness of Gordon Gekko isn't captured in this film as it was in the first one. That's the only thing that made the first one fun to watch and not having it weakens the movie. LaBeouf is just as bad as Charlie Sheen was before him, and the background into Gekko's family is an unnecessary detour the film takes. The film wasn't bad, but it could've been better.
(us) wrote: Such a sad love story.
(ru) wrote: Nothing especially new in this story of the ups and downs of marriage. Meryl Streep and Jack Nicholson turn in worthy acting performances as a mostly too forgiving wife and a mostly cruel, cheating husband, as we see her take him back after he cheated on her, only to stand up for herself and rightly leave him when he may or may not have been found to be cheating again. Nothing really stands out as amazing here, just a mildly watchable couple struggling to love one another for more than just the sake of their children.
(gb) wrote: Ralph Bakshi's earthy, gritty, grimy animated urban comedy/drama, kind of like his earlier "Fritz the Cat" with humans. Taboo-breaking, disturbing, & frequently disgusting, and if you're a fan of the great Bakshi's work, you definitely won't be disappointed! Definitely NOT for children, the squeamish, the overly impressionable, or those without a sense of humor!
(ca) wrote: although a little slow in places, whenever coffy picks up a gun its total badassery!
(nl) wrote: I've not seen many Vincent Price films but was impressed by Dr Phibes. This, however hinted at the fact that he doesn't seem to have many strings to his bow. He plays a disgruntled Shakespearian actor taking revenge on his critics by reproducing the deaths from his plays. I couldn't quite work out if this was supposed to be a comedy or not. You think that any film with Eric Sykes and Arthur Lowe (who's role was shamefully short) would have plenty of laughs, add to that Vincent Price playing a homosexual hairdresser in one of his murder plots and it sounds more of a comedy than a horror but the comedy was not really funny and the horror was pretty good so It was an ok film but, like many other theatre films, was very annoyingly ham.