A Hollywood film company wants to make a movie about country music and sends Doodles Weaver to round up talent to appear. A host of then-current country stars perform their hits. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Road to Nashville
A Hollywood film company wants to make a movie about country music and sends Doodles Weaver to round up talent to appear. A host of then-current country stars perform their hits.
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Victor C (gb) wrote: Funny, thought-provoking and violent, "War on Everyone" makes you laugh, cry and think. It's a clever Tarantion-like film that definitely won't be popular, but will be warmly met by people who like films with plot, likable and memorable characters, dark humour, good soundtrack and excellent cinematography.
Kelsey S (nl) wrote: Don't like the lead couple.
Connor D (it) wrote: "Blue Ruin" is tense, dark, and most definitely disturbing. I don't mind a slow, tense burn of a film, but this one dragged for its 90 minute runtime. I recommend this for cinephiles, and those who adore and appreciate film as an art form, but no one else. 6.0/10
Siumi W (de) wrote: thats like a Spanish style 's "Chung King Express" film
Jake Y (ru) wrote: Absolutely hilarious.
Takasha R (kr) wrote: the true story of New York hustlers
Robert I (jp) wrote: My five star rating is for the TV extended version. Very intelligent teen horror film. Great cast.
Dann W (de) wrote: Funny but nearly as good as the first one.
Bjrnar K (au) wrote: En del sex, en del Lady Snowblood og roer sammen med en del Christina Lindberg (Oh lord!) saa har du denne. Ikke nok vold, litt for mye saapeopera men fet.
Edith N (it) wrote: The Hazards of Home Ownership Once again, this feels like a movie which came out about five years after the problems described had settled, at least for the most part. In fact, while two of the characters have just returned from Paris, I'm currently watching an episode of [i]M*A*S*H[/i] set the week after the release date on this movie, when Our Heroes were already firmly established in Ouijonbou. (I think that's how it's spelled. They've mentioned the name repeatedly, but I'm finding it impossible to look up.) Then again, I don't actually know how long the housing shortage after World War II lasted. I know my dad was stationed in Europe during his own Air Force service, and he didn't join until well after this movie was made. It's not something I've ever really looked into, I have to admit, and it's not as anachronistic in feel as various other movies I've seen. Jim Scott (William Lundigan) is home from Paris, where he was in the Army. While he was overseas, his wife, Connie (June Haver), bought an apartment building, which was apparently easier to do than actually rent an apartment. She sank their entire savings into it and mortgaged it to the hilt. And it should start paying off any day now! Meanwhile, Jim's old Army buddy, Bobbie (Marilyn Monroe), is looking for an apartment, and they have a place vacant. Only Jim never did mention that Bobbie was Roberta. What's more, Charley Patterson (Frank Fay), another new tenant, is now romancing Eadie Gaynor (Leatrice Joy), who shares an apartment with her daughter. There's something suspicious about Charley, though; a woman who looked at Bobbie's apartment before they rented it to her claims to have known Charley under another name in another city. An FBI agent comes looking for him but won't say why. Oh, and the building is falling apart. Really, the moral of the whole story is summed up in the phrase the building inspector says to Connie. [i]Caveat emptor[/i]. Let the buyer beware. Connie didn't have the building inspected before she bought it, and she got cheated. Pretty seriously, by the sound of it. Jim didn't think that his relationship with his wife would be affected by the fact that his good friend, who seems to have been his best friend in the Army, was a WAC. And without giving too much away, I can safely assure you that there are plenty of people who would have been wise to have given Charley a closer look. It's not a bad piece of advice all the way 'round--it's not a bad idea to get to know a person before you marry them. It's certainly not a bad idea to have a building inspected before you buy it. And so forth. Look out for yourself, because you can't be sure someone will be doing it for you. It's funny to think that, at the time, June Haver was a bigger name than Marilyn Monroe. The image various websites are showing me for this is Marilyn in her Army uniform, and you wouldn't necessarily know that she's only onscreen for maybe fifteen minutes. In fact, literally every publicity still IMDB has of the movie has Marilyn in it. June Haver was never that big a star, all things considered, but she was moderately successful at the time. Marilyn Monroe had only been in one role worth noting, in [i]All About Eve[/i], though she'd had plenty of minor roles. Actually, if you really look at her filmography, she didn't have all that much of a career as a star. Just a sexpot. Not that she was bad at that, of course, but it's made it kind of difficult for people selling Marilyn Monroe box sets to come up with a whole array of movies to put in them. This really feels more like it should have been a couple of episodes of a TV show about a young couple; none of the plot they put into the movie is enough to fill it by itself. It could have been a sitcom, though--we see the Scotts starting out. We meet their wacky tenants. There's the episode about his "old Army buddy." The episode about the tenant who's not quite what he claims to be. And so forth. And certainly Jim and Connie are likable enough to keep a TV show going, and certainly there would be TV shows about apartment buildings in the years to come. But the movie never quite comes together for me. There isn't enough development in any of the stories to be a movie plot, just three half-hour episodes woven into one another. The resolutions don't really make sense, either. They just suddenly end. I [i]think[/i] the implication is that the Marilyn Monroe character is going to marry Jim's lawyer buddy, who I think was Connie's ex-boyfriend, but I'm not even a hundred percent sure what his name was.
Randy T (ru) wrote: Noir fans will like this one, others... well... maybe not so much. I Wake Up Screaming relies heavily on dialogue. Modern films of similar content are so laden with elaborate chase sequences and choreographed fight scenes that there's little time left for meaningful human conversation. It's sad that the spoken word and the colorful narrative are fast becoming lost art forms.
Barney o (ca) wrote: WHAT I LIKED: The animation is great, and the characters are well developed. All this allows 'Happy feet' to dabble with some great themes and still make it appeal to the whole family.WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: The first half sets up character well, but then the middle doesn't have much going on at all, and the end is a fairly poor, ripped off version of the 3rd act of the classic 'finding nemo' where all the serious themes are hammered home. This akwardness means none of the plot appears to fit together well.VERDICT: The characters keep it going, but 'Happy feet's plot stops it from being a classic animation to remember
Anthony M (us) wrote: Ce film de Mario Bava, a la plastique absolument kitchissime (univers multicolors, decors en plastique et actrices au brushing impeccable) se revele etre un excellent film de science-fiction. Bava met en images l'espace comme on ne l'a jamais vu. Misant sur un enorme travail d'esthetique, de cadrage et d'astuces visuels, il nous plonge dans un univers etonnant et opressant, o les apparences sont parfois trompeuses, maitrisant parfaitement sa camera ainsi que son montage... Le casting est passable mais parvient a convaincre jusqu'a une fin digne d'un episode de la Quatrieme Dimension. A noter que ce film a ete l'une des principales source d'inspiration pour Ridley Scott et son "Alien"...