The John Garfield Story
This documentary, aired on the Turner Classic Movies (TCM) cable network, looks at the life and career of John Garfield, whose career was cut short when he died at age 39. His difficult childhood in the rough neighborhoods of New York City provided the perfect background for the tough-guy roles he would play on both stage and screen.
- Stars:Julie Garfield, Ellen Adler, Joseph Bernard, Phoebe Brand, Michael Coppola, James Cromwell, Hume Cronyn, Richard Dreyfuss, Danny Glover, Lee Grant, Harvey Keitel, Norman Lloyd, Patricia Neal, Martin Scorsese, Robert Sklar,
- Director:David Heeley,
- Writer:Joan Kramer, David Heeley
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(au) wrote: Worth a watch fights are great
(au) wrote: strong movie watching this makes me see Esai Morales need more work. Such a talent actor we miss out on.
(mx) wrote: fails to live up to the book in almost every way. disappointing.
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(de) wrote: Aunque est medianamente bien actuada (sobretodo por la poseda), The Possession resulta predecible, aburrida, mal editada y asombrosamente poco aterradora.
(ru) wrote: No podr tomar un selfie por un rato...
(de) wrote: Nothing happens for the first 85% if the film, and when something finally does happen, you realize it was dine much better in Full Metal Yakuza.
(it) wrote: despite what the critics say, i love this movie. Steve Martin was not the right pick for the leading role but Helena Bonham Carter and Laura Dern are perfect for their roles. Not a comedy, but not quite a drama. This movie will keep you on the edge of your seat. It's One Hour Photo for Dentistry.
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(jp) wrote: totally different to the Disney one,haha/ generally is okay wonder how they would do the second one...
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(br) wrote: the movie was kinda remind me of the help (2011)
(ru) wrote: A delightful silent comedy with my personal weakness: the "behind the scenes" workings of early Hollywood
(de) wrote: It looks like another good Tim Burton movie.
(ag) wrote: Saw it and don't remember a thing. Not good.
(jp) wrote: Scarily prophetic and uproariously hilarious. This movie should be shown in schools as a frightening example of how scary ignorance really is.