To Be or Not to Be
A bad Polish actor is just trying to make a living when Poland is invaded by the Germans in World War II. His wife has the habit of entertaining young polish officers while he's on stage, which is also a source of depression to him. When one of her officers comes back on a Secret Mission, the actor takes charge and comes up with a plan for them to escape. remake of Ernst Lubitsch's 1942 black comedy with the same name.
- Stars:Ronny Graham, Estelle Reiner, Zale Kessler, Jack Riley, Lewis J. Stadlen, George Gaynes, George Wyner, James 'Gypsy' Haake, Scamp, Christopher Lloyd, José Ferrer, Charles Durning, Tim Matheson, Mel Brooks, Anne Bancroft,
- Director:Alan Johnson,
- Writer:Thomas Meehan (screenplay), Ronny Graham (screenplay), Edwin Justus Mayer, Melchior Lengyel (story)
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(ca) wrote: 5 stars for making my tears well up at the ending... and 4.5 stars for the rest of the film :)I like the last 2 movies I watched. They featured actual stark realities from their countries of origin. Well-made, universal themes here, but the scenes struck me in the light of my 2013 now... that everyone is different... eg. I'm not in school anymore.. i don't need to match up to the general standard.. Ishaan might have looked an asshole, but when he was in the zone, his passion drove him. Hence, I am not flawed and don't need to hit myself for it. I asked myself during the movie - how am I supposed to get along with people when i'm not even same as any one person next to me.. Do i learn from experience, as with family members? Then i got the answer : They fought because they were different.. but they were chums and got along also because they were different! Kai Po Che! Fav film this year!
(br) wrote: Has some raw moments, but never reaches it's full potential. Dennis Hopper's Colors (1988) is still the best cop movie set in LA.
(jp) wrote: Super cute and funny! Love the ending! :>
(us) wrote: It's like taking a trip with two old friends..... two really boring friends.. One who can't seem to grow up, and the other being the perfect example of why you wouldn't want to.
(de) wrote: eh. Thriller action flick with little to offer.
(br) wrote: Tim Robbins is amazing in this movie he directed/starred in probably more relevant today then it was in 1992. Does impose some strong political sarcasm though so prepare to deal with that.
(es) wrote: Tsukamoto proves he can use a camera in a more conventional sense with this super-fun, super-gory horror-comedy. While some technical elements are heavily borrowed from The Evil Dead and The Thing, this is definitely no rip-off. A great time, and a film that deserves to go in the "great movies to discover in high school" file right next to Evil Dead 2 and Re-Animator.
(ag) wrote: Hopelessly outdated 80's Ozploitation is at once unintentionally funny and socio-politically fascinating.
(gb) wrote: Excelente debut de Scorsese.
(kr) wrote: completely ridiculous, but i don't know that that's completely a bad thing.
(jp) wrote: Even with its limping screenplay and general drift toward competence rather than excellence, Birdman does pull us well enough into its fistful of compelling characters.
(de) wrote: What a great classic film! Gary Cooper and Jean Arthur are absolutely perfect!
(nl) wrote: The movie was nice gang movie but the ending is bad and expected!