The Thrill of It All
The story of the film centres around urban housewife Beverly Boyer (Doris Day) and her husband, a successful gynaecologist and devoted family man, Gerald (James Garner). Beverly is offered the opportunity to star for a television commercial advertising soap. After a shaky start, she gets a contract for $80,000 per year to appear on the weekly TV commercials.
- Stars:Doris Day, James Garner, Arlene Francis, Edward Andrews, Reginald Owen, Zasu Pitts, Elliott Reid, Alice Pearce, Kym Karath, Brian Nash, Lucy Landau, Paul Hartman, Hayden Rorke, Alex Gerry, Robert Gallagher,
- Director:Norman Jewison,
- Writer:Carl Reiner (screenplay), Larry Gelbart (story), Carl Reiner (story)
A housewife's sudden rise to fame as a soap spokesperson leads to chaos in her home life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Thrill of It All torrent reviews
(de) wrote: so much promise in the begining, so much ridiculousness in the end...could ve been better, Much Better
(de) wrote: Very premise is nonsensical. While I think seeing how a president attempts to deal with the end of despotism and the issues and things that come with that, repressed rivalries between groups, etc etc. Not some nonsensical man made global warming nonsense.Sea Levels rise during non glacial periods and lower during glacial periods, this is normal, natural, and been going on long before anyone knew what a hydrocarbon was. The very idea that sea levels are going to rise 3 feet in a short period of time, is nonsensical on its face, but to further claim human activity is why is idiotic. We are in an interglacial period, until it ends, sea levels will continue to rise, as they have been since the last ice age ended, when we begin to move back toward a glacial period, liquid water will once again become locked up as ice and sea levels will lower. The seas have been rising for 20,000+ years, and will continue to, human activity has nothing to do with it, and is foolish on its face.
(ag) wrote: THIS MOVIE SUCKED... THE ENDING EVEN SUCKED!!!
(us) wrote: Dire - not something any of the cast would want on their resume. Poorly contrived death scenes, abysmal acting (why the need for a pregnant pause after each line of dialogue?) and lame direction - why bother making utter crap like this!
(it) wrote: wanna be fast n furious but no interesting or characters i care about here just chicks n cars.
(jp) wrote: A heartwarming story beautifully filmed
(jp) wrote: "If you can't sleep - it isn't the coffee, it's the bunk!"A cruel practical joke gets out of hand when a lowly employee of a coffee company is duped into believing he has won $25,000 in a competition to invent a new corporate slogan. Nothing else in the film can quite match the hilarious and touching opening rooftop scene - in which Dick Powell's Jimmy tries to explain the law of averages and his dismal slogan to his bemused girlfriend (Ellen Drew) - though Christmas in July still manages to be a fairly delightful piece of minor Sturges. If the ironic ending can be seen from several miles away, Powell and Drew make such a charming double act it hardly matters.
(nl) wrote: i thought this was super cute; awesome cast, too. i lost it when Rusty started crying in the car... but things happened really fast towards the end there; i feel like there was so much build up and then BAM let's get this movie over with. but still cute.
(ru) wrote: Holy crapola Batman this is....errr crapola! After the quite dreary first film we somehow got this quite dreadful sequel that pretty much scrapes the bottom of the barrel alright. Thomerson is back as 'Deth' again for some reason, obviously needing work and Helen Hunt is also back for a cameo as she's realised to get out.The plot is totally muddled and all over the show, there is quite a nice sci-fi plot deep down in there somewhere (touch of 'Terminator' time jumping in the mix) but its being totally buried under a rotting B-movie. Laughable effects, terrible acting, really bad sets and props plus virtually no costumes what so ever, looks like Thomerson wore his own clothes. I might add the exploding ham scene was so bad it was brilliant.Only Thomerson gives any reason to watch a tall, he can't save the film but he does inject a tiny amount of fun with his dry harsh tough guy performance.'Don't worry ladies, they're biodegradable'