In the Australian Outback, the Carmody family--Paddy, Ida and their teenage son Sean--are sheep drovers, always on the move. Ida and Sean want to settle down and buy a farm. Paddy wants to keep moving. A sheep-shearing contest, the birth of a child, drinking, gambling and a race horse will all have a part in the final decision.
- Stars:Deborah Kerr, Robert Mitchum, Peter Ustinov, Glynis Johns, Dina Merrill, Chips Rafferty, Michael Anderson Jr., Lola Brooks, Wylie Watson, John Meillon, Ronald Fraser, Gerry Duggan, Leonard Teale, Peter Carver, Dick Bentley,
- Director:Fred Zinnemann,
- Writer:Isobel Lennart (screenplay), Jon Cleary (novel)
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The Sundowners torrent reviews
(de) wrote: A perfect balance, no, an even dilution of the tragedies and comedies of life that even Shakespeare could learn from
(jp) wrote: Australian black comedy about a mellow and tolerant professional couple who think tey have purchased the perfect home, until they discover they have neighbours from hell and are pushed to far.
(ru) wrote: Shockingly minus five star garbage
(nl) wrote: Being a 'style over substance' guy, I'm naturally predisposed to loving this one, and I will freely admit to feeling as though I missed certain elements to it along the way, but as far as a gorgeous looking Giallo tribute goes, this was a helluva lot of fun. I will definitely have fun revisiting this one in the future when I don't have house guests underfoot and can give it my full attention.Recommended.
(au) wrote: The Scooby movies are always good
(ag) wrote: Oh god, this was terrible, I wanted to turn it off as soon as I saw the first effect but I continued because I thought it couldnt get any worse.....
(us) wrote: The reason why I'm learning Italian. A beautiful movie with a beautiful soundtrack.
(ru) wrote: Filled with cliche joke after cliche dramatic event, by the end I was caught off guard in how I had become so emotionally tied to the characters. A film that was interestingly based on a true story about a man who documented his story with his domineering girlfriend on the internet. If you like your romantic comedy to have an unequivocal happy ending this one may be for you. First time rating: 7.4/10
(jp) wrote: um i like most stuff by Peter Jackson
(it) wrote: I remember I liked it a lot when I was a kid...so if I liked it then, this means I still like it now
(fr) wrote: Slightly disappointing but still a fairly good film. It's more about the journey that the teens take than the actual finding of the missing person.
(nl) wrote: Perfectly cute kids' movie...but why not just make up a new fairy protagonist? The perky, helpful Tink of this film bears no resemblance to her supposedly future self in Peter Pan. Maybe something dark happened to her along the way.
(gb) wrote: Pretty good. More like 3 and 1/4.
(nl) wrote: Just found Rotten Tomatoes this evening and saw that one of my favorite movies, [b]Journey to the Seventh Planet[/b], didn't have any ratings. So I need to set the record straight and make sure that others know just how fantastic the director, Sydney Pink, and his movies are. It's time for all the world to know that Sid Pink is right up there in the pantheon of Hollywood gods and goddesses with the likes of Ed Woods. Journey to the Seventh Planet (which is Yeranus, BTW) is so bad it's great. The first time I saw it, back in 1995 one late night on the Sci Fi Channel, I immediately noticed the genius of it -- and stole the director's name for my own online alias, sidpink. I've used it with pride for the last ten years. So join me in celebrating the genius that was Sid Pink. Sidpink is dead, long live Sidpink.