The Whales of August
The Whales of August is a 1987 film based on a play by David Berry starring Bette Davis and Lillian Gish as elderly sisters. Also in the cast were Ann Sothern as one of their friends, and Vincent Price as a peripheral member of the former Russian aristocracy. The film was shot on location on Maine's Cliff Island. The house still stands and is a popular subject of artists on the island. The film was directed by Lindsay Anderson, his final feature film, and the screenplay was adapted by David Berry from his own play.
- Stars:Bette Davis, Lillian Gish, Vincent Price, Ann Sothern, Harry Carey Jr., Frank Grimes, Margaret Ladd, Tisha Sterling, Mary Steenburgen, Frank Pitkin, Mike Bush,
- Director:Lindsay Anderson,
- Writer:David Berry (screenplay), David Berry (play)
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The Whales of August torrent reviews
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(gb) wrote: I was surprised to see three The Expendables stars who play villains reappear in this Steve Austin action-flick. Austin is just like Rambo and can fall down the rocky sides of mountains, get stabbed or shot repeatedly, take massive blows from hard objects, and bleed like a stuck pig, yet keep coming - God, I love action movies fro these sorts of implausibilities.Gil Bellows finds his inner beast in this movie, no conscience, willing to break any sort of possible negotiation for that bag of bonds - the embodiment of the repellent action movie villain.The fight scenes and action set pieces are well choreographed and executed and the team behind this must be congratulated on there efforts.
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(nl) wrote: What should have been a thoughtful and engaging film about apartheid, guilt and forgiveness is undone by a scatterbrained script that spends way too much time on a pointless romantic subplot.
(ca) wrote: Utrolig tro mod William Gibsons novelle. Gav mere mening anden gang jeg s den. S var den faktisk rigtig god. Slutningen dog lidt skuffende, men de lb vist tr for penge at skyde for, s den er mest en flashback-collage. Bottom line: fedt med en sci-fi film, der ikke fokuserer p effekt-lir, men i stedet p samfundet og menneskerne i det.
(es) wrote: If you want to see a bunch extras get run over by evil cars while AC/DC blares over the soundtrack then this is your film. However, if you want a bit more than that there's a better Stephen King movie about an evil killer car
(br) wrote: I saw this once & couldnt get it out of my mind. S&M & Depardieu... yes, yes. Another film I must purchase.
(mx) wrote: One of my favorite movies
(de) wrote: It's okay. Denzel does a great job of making you love him and hate him; his performance is really the only reason to watch this.
(gb) wrote: its a little bit weird to see him like but i like it
(it) wrote: While it's admirable that they tried to continue the series, I think this was a classic best left alone. While the animation is still as stunning as ever, it does not possess the memorable characters or dazzling musical numbers or the great dialogue that made the first one so original and great. Not a complete failure, but it's far from a worthy predecessor either.
(es) wrote: Reminds me of An Education, with the masks of Cate Blanchett and a lesbian relationship in the 1950s.