With a Song in My Heart

With a Song in My Heart

Jane Froman (Susan Hayward), an aspiring songstress, lands a job in radio with help from pianist Don Ross (David Wayne), whom she later marries. Jane's popularity soars, and she leaves on a European tour... but her plane crashes in Lisbon, and she is partially crippled. Unable to walk without crutches, Jane nevertheless goes on to entertain the Allied troops in World War II.

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With a Song in My Heart torrent reviews

Grant T (ca) wrote: Interesting and enjoyable film, but I feel like some of the fun was lost between the conversion from book to film.

Frank G (br) wrote: i love this movie and find it underrated. in all the noise of today, this movie cuts to the point about relationships. this film is truly bigger than the story itself.

Greg F (us) wrote: The plot, script, and cast were great. Looking foward to the sequel. :D

EWC o (es) wrote: trashy fun but full of inconsistencies and ridiculous moments

Aiqa A (jp) wrote: i just love this movie

Tom G (us) wrote: In which indie movies are finally redeemed after years of sullying by the likes of Diablo Cody, Marvel Pictures and that goddamn Crystal Skull movie.

William R (gb) wrote: not one of Robin Williams best

Adam W (mx) wrote: I usually come to Rotten Tomatoes for decent reviews and ratings. I feel like a rating of 80% for horror films is basically 10/10 for every other film. This film is seriously overrated, weak story line, too many poorly executed and predictable jump scares. The creatures are unbelievable and some of the later shots are borderline cheesy, The first 30 minutes are the best. When a horror film humours you rather than makes you scared you know there is something wrong. 4.5/10

Graham D (it) wrote: Hate golf. Like really hate it but I quite liked this movie. Harmless enough.

Brett W (br) wrote: this is one of my favorite movies! its funny, cheesy and even has a surprise twist at the end! its great to see your local neighborhoods on film!

Paul J (gb) wrote: An extremely solid horror thriller. Suspense is sustained effectively and consistently throughout. The acting is strong and the script is tight. Ironside is perfectly cast as the killer and the women are smart and resourceful. Herein lies the thematic relevance to the story - it's all about women asserting themselves against a patriarchal society. There's very little reason why this film needed to be banned. It's extremely well-made, with a relevant message and gripping horror. I was pleasantly surprised to discover this underrated video nasty.

Chris M (au) wrote: Passable college slasher flick with a semi-likeable cast of soon to be corpses, who do look a little too old to be in college. There's a few memorable set pieces like the steam cooker vat of death sequence, which one must admit is original. Then there's Daphne Zuniga in her first motion picture role, reduced to a few lines and a nice death scene. The atmopshere is pretty good, but there are scenes of almost total darkness, mostly due to a losuy print and the film's super low budget. The always reliable Christopher Young delivers a memorable score in what must be one of his first composing jobs. While the final killer revelation is a bit too over the top to be taken seriously, the ending does get some points for having the balls to close on such a disturbing, downbeat note. A word of warning, check this movie out in its "The Dorm That Dripped Blood" title, it is the most complete version of the film and has the best picture. The DVD release under the "Pranks" title is terrible looking and also appears to be taken from an extremely edited U.K. cut of the film. If you enjoy 80's slasher time capsules, you'll likely enjoy most of this cheesy dorm slasher. If you don't enjoy this type of thing, stay far away.

Gerard D (fr) wrote: A couple gets lost in a cemetery. They try to find a way out and the woman is bra-less most of the time. And... that's about it. Hey, it's directed by Jean Rollin, so no surprises her, except maybe that there are NO lesbian vampires in this film.

Jonathan S (gb) wrote: The wartime lampoon of Nazism that always gets upstaged by Chaplin's "The Great Dictator" is actually a wonderful suspense comedy with a skilled cast helming the clever plot.

RS K (it) wrote: It was a decent movie. I'm not a huge European Spain etc. soccer/rugby fan but it was a good movie

Cameron A (br) wrote: One of the best (if not, the best) horror comedies of all time

Alex B (mx) wrote: A beautifully made and quirky comedy. Begins with a thought-provoking question and ends with side-stitching laughter. Aye Jackie, it was a mighty party indeed.