Reverend John Burnside, American missionary in the Far East, prepares to return home after twenty years to take up the fight against Communism. The Reds imprison him and send in his place a spy who is his double, but who is instructed to come out for Communism. The spy is accepted in Burnside's home town, and he reports to local Communist headquarters, where James John, prominent local businessman but in reality a Red agent, has instructions to assist him in all details of his mission. He does a series of personal appearances and radio interviews and talk shows, using an anti-Communist approach.
Writer:Jesse Lasky Jr. (original screenplay), Jesse Lasky Jr. (documentary script)
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Vivi W (mx) wrote: Wait until the very end, and here comes the funniest part of the whole movie...
Andrew S (br) wrote: Gus Lobel has been one of the best scouts in baseball for decades, but age is starting to catch up with him and the front office of the Atlanta Braves is starting to question his judgment. The one person who might be able to help is his daughter, Mickey, an associate at a high-powered Atlanta law firm whose drive and ambition has put her on the fast track to becoming partner. Mickey has never been close to her father, who was ill-equipped to be a single parent after the death of his wife. Against her better judgment, and over Gus's objections, Mickey joins him on his latest scouting trip to North Carolina, jeopardizing her own career to save his. Forced to spend time together for the first time in years, each makes new discoveries.
Mike A (au) wrote: It's about time somebody made a movie about a true French Canadian folk hero -- Louis Cyr. He was the strongest man in the world, and the movie does a great job of making him come alive, giving him dimension -- stressing that at heart he was gentle man who loved his family -- and also happened to once lift a platform weighing over two tons.
James C (de) wrote: All Roads Lead Home has an excellent story about family bonding, but was a little slow at getting to the point. The movie felt like a 108 minute after school special. Would be good for the WHOLE family to go and see, but I wouldn't count on it to be a good date movie.
shanash b (fr) wrote: oohh this movie is scary lol
Sarah F (mx) wrote: i would like to see this
Scott K (nl) wrote: A forgotten comedy gem from Billy Wilder. There was something just so hypnotic about this movie. It's not perfect by any means, but all the elements came together to make something unique and really funny. Well worth tracking down, if only to see Klaus Kinski as the egomaniacal sex doctor.
David H (kr) wrote: Engaging but disturbingly graphic.
Sanford R (ca) wrote: Great movie! I loved it!
emily h (mx) wrote: It was ok I really want to go swimming where they were!
Erica S (gb) wrote: Voight and Stamp were excellent. The movie is an eye opener.