Grumpy pensioner Arthur honors his recently deceased wife's passion for performing by joining the unconventional local choir to which she used to belong, a process that helps him build bridges with his estranged son, James. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Grumpy pensioner Arthur honors his recently deceased wife's passion for performing by joining the unconventional local choir to which she used to belong, a process that helps him build bridges with his estranged son, James.
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Shane B (es) wrote: Better than Friday Night Frights, has some pretty funny moments and a good story. If your kids like Monster High they'll love it, this movie is a double feature with Friday Night Frights
Saskia v (gb) wrote: Sweet and a little sad Japanese anime. Feels like Miyazaki-san.
WS W (kr) wrote: Another "based on actual events" film. I dunno if I like it or not. Synopsis, poster look lame but the flick turns out to be quite decent, entertaining & kinda funny indeed. I couldn't tell if the film is actually trying to praise, to warn, to tease, to hunt strange things in different country/culture, or what for majority of time before it ends. On the other hand, there seems to be something to tell by comparing different relationships of Ben (David Kross)'s parents, brother & buddy with Ben's own one; but neither could I define whether Ben is really love-blind, naive, stupid or what.
Adam T (kr) wrote: the mainstream chodes on here don't surprise me with their reviews. fuck em this documentary is grade A.
Gus E (it) wrote: My favourite film of all time.
Arslan K (it) wrote: Beautiful looking but the plot is not "smart" but more pretentious. The basic story is easy to get but the psychological story is bad
Hillary D (au) wrote: Such a happy love-story that blesses a woman who has lived a perplexing life. A man has beaucoup de fleurs sent to her apartment. ?????????
Will D (nl) wrote: Classic blaxploitation starring Robert Hooks and a funky score by Marvin Gaye, allong with memorable quotes and the coolest use of product placement by Coca Cola.
Ashley H (nl) wrote: This is an extraordinary film for 1945. The story, a fantasy, is sort of sappy and the music is forgettable. Frank Morgan and Fred Astaire play themselves. And yet there is an overall quality about the film that makes it highly enjoyable. Perhaps it's the way Vincent Minelli handled the production. Perhaps it's Lucille Bremer's almost dazzling beauty. The dance numbers are a whole cut above the usual tap dance routines we expect with Astaire. The special effects are haunting at times. Well worth watching.
Spencer H (ru) wrote: A Laughably bad movie.