This Can't Happen Here
Atka Natas is a secret agent from the oppressive regime of Liquidatzia. He visits his estranged wife Vera, a chemist who is involved with a group of exiles trying to smuggle their compatriots out of Liquidatzia. Almkvist, an honest local policeman and former lover of Vera's, contacts her while investigating the death of one of the refugees. Natas has a list of agents operating in the host country and wants to sell them to the Americans. However before he can do so, Vera tries to kill him, after an argument about getting her parents out of Liquidatzia.
- Stars:Signe Hasso, Alf Kjellin, Ulf Palme, Gösta Cederlund, Yngve Nordwall, Hannu Kompus, Sylvia Täl, Els Vårman, Edmar Kuus, Helena Kuus, Rudolf Lipp, Eddy Andersson, Hugo Bolander, Tor Borong, Ivan Bousé,
- Director:Ingmar Bergman,
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This Can't Happen Here torrent reviews
(br) wrote: A pleasant,charming adaption of the wonderful puzzle games. I did lose interest towards the end, but overall it was very enjoyable.
(br) wrote: Fantastic shift in power between all of the relationships in the film over the course of the story. English drama always has a healthy dose of power struggle, but it was great to see it from the point of view of such a young, female character. Interesting comments on the purpose of the 'female' 'feminism' and education at a time when women had more limited options about what to do with their lives. Class, money, status, romance, drama. Overall well told drama.
(br) wrote: What did I just watch!?
(fr) wrote: An inferior knock-off of Pump Up the Volume, but Robert Downey Jr. is brilliant.
(de) wrote: A terrible buddy cop thing where nothing is funny and you want Chris Rock's character to die in the most horrible way
(br) wrote: One of the worst in the series, and the Producer's cut Isn't any better, maybe worse. Paul Rudd isn't very good in one of his first roles.
(us) wrote: a very good suspense thriller. a lot of twist and turns. the storeline, and actors do a great job. good entertaining movie.
(kr) wrote: A classic from the 60s that I saw in my early 20s as a college student and never forgot. Most memorable juxtaposing of "psychotic" delusional visions over an even more mad "outer" world. Who were the real "crazies" in Morgan's world? ;-) And hilarious to boot. Just a terrific film that got David Warner on the radar and Redgrave an Oscar nod. Wonderful metaphors, too, for hallucinatory states of the mentally challenged, communist solidarity replacing the church for the poor English working class and the sad desperation of the helplessly jilted. All well folded together by Karel Reisz. Really good stuff.
(br) wrote: kinda predictable, but interesting
(jp) wrote: A non-stop spectacle of joke after joke after joke after joke. WHich would sometimes make it seems less linear as a plot but that doesn't matter too much. What really matters are the timing of the jokes and how they're delivered. And man do these actors know how to deliver these lines.
(us) wrote: In August of 1948 the Yanks released their own fantasy about a man (who's seeing a doctor) catching a mermaid. Many of the jokes and plot elements used in the Brit movie, "Miranda", manage to show up in this American production (quelle surprise!) yet the pace is slower, the production matter-of-fact, the overall aim different (and even sleazy at times!), resulting in a piece with less charisma. Powell gives his all, but Blyth steals the effort entirely with no lines whatsoever and she is the reason to watch this.
(es) wrote: This is another one of those Christmas films that probably only holds it's rating due to nostalgic values and Christmas setting.
(ru) wrote: A quite ambitious and demanding feat to bring a Philip Roth book to the film and Barry Levinson manages it if not totally successful. Part of the success belongs to Al Pacino and the amazing Greta Gerwig, who simply steals the show here. It's always exciting to watch a new film with Al Pacino, he's a legend and proves it in all his film roles.