Two Brothers in Trinity
Charming, blithely amoral devil-may-care rogue Jesse Smith and peaceful, devout straight-arrow Mormon Lester O'Hara are estranged half brothers who are reunited after receiving a sizable inheritance from their deceased mother. The wildly contrasting mismatched duo get into all sorts of trouble while trying to claim said inheritance. Written by Woodyanders
- Stars:Richard Harrison, Donald O'Brien, Gino Marturano, Anna Zinnemann, George Wang, Federico Boido, Aldo Cecconi, Artemio Antonini, Fortunato Arena, Gianfranco Barra, John Bartha, Alba Bonfatti, Michele Branca, Calogero Caruana, Fernando Cerulli,
- Director:Renzo Genta, Richard Harrison,
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(ag) wrote: I loved this film! It is such a visually beautiful piece of filmmaking with impressive camerawork/cinematography, a well-put-together cast, not to mention a magnificent musical score by John Williams! Anyone who loves horses, or is a WWI enthusiast, or is a Spielberg fan will love this film!
(nl) wrote: Endless humor and joy in a cartoon which really reflects the powerlessness of individuals in the society.
(ca) wrote: Not a lot happened and wasn't interesting to look at.
(it) wrote: This is one of my favorite movies, i have no idea what the other guys here are high on, but i really don't want any of it. Awesome movie!
(fr) wrote: I liked it. Really different. A little cheesy but it worked.
(gb) wrote: A slick, enjoyable crime outing from Sergio Martino. Luc Merenda is a professional gambler who runs afoul of Corrado Pani over Dayle Haddon and has his hands smashed Django-style. He goes into hiding, but you know he can't stay away from the gambling tables leading to a spectacular chase. Great stuff.
(br) wrote: A chilling film, even by today's standards. This is a masterfully crafted thriller about three crooks who manipulate a blind woman to recover lost smuggled goods. Audrey Hepburn is fantastic in the lead role, while Alan Arkin makes a terrifying villain. This superb drama filled with spell-binding tension has not lost an iota of its considerable impact, even 40 years after it was made. Audrey Hepburn is mesmerising as the blind woman whose quick thinking is more illuminating than the brightest of lights. Audrey Hepburn received her fifth (and last) Oscar nomination for effectively playing a blind woman in this well-executed thriller based on the Broadway smash hit; equally good are the villains, played by the young Alan Arkin and Richard Crenna. Director Terence Young uses darkness, shadows, sound and music to fully immerse us in the terror that Susy faces. Like Susy, surrounded by darkness, we cannot see the danger, nor can we predict what lies ahead. Wait Until Dark is that rare example of a film which is just as tense and frightening today as it when it was originally released. It might be hard to picture Alan Arkin in the role of a sadistic villain, but he's also terrific here, taking a rather cartoonish character and making him genuinely terrifying. Wait until Dark, based on Frederick Knott's legit hit, emerges as an excellent suspense drama, effective in casting, scripting, direction and genuine emotional impact. Audrey Hepburn stars as the not-so-helpless blind heroine, in a superior performance.VERDICT: "High-Quality Stuff" - [Positive Reaction] This is a rating to a movie I view as very entertaining and well made, and definitely worth paying the full price at a theatre to see or own on DVD. It is not perfect, but it is definitely excellent. (Films that are rated 3.5 or 4 stars)
(mx) wrote: The film is an interesting one, though it takes several historical megaleaps. Still there are thoughtful moments, especially Hypatia's response that the priest does not question his beliefs, whereas she must. I also felt connected to the human love felt by Davis for Hypatia in spite of their belief differences.