You Were Never Lovelier

You Were Never Lovelier

The Acunas, a rich Argentine family, have the tradition that the daughters have to get married in order, oldest first. When sister #1 gets married, sisters #3 and #4 put pressure on Maria, sister #2, because they have their husbands picked out already. But Maria hasn't yet met a man she likes. Eduardo Acuna, believing that men aren't romantic enough these days, sends his daughter flowers and anonymous love letters, creating a "mystery man" for her to fall in love with. He intends to pick out an appropriate beau for her later, to fill the role. But Robert Davis, an American dancer looking for work, stumbles into the picture. Maria falls for him, but the father does not approve.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:97 minutes
  • Release:1942
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   artist,   jealousy,  

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Luciano G (fr) wrote: This is the kind of movie you forget what is happening as you watch it.... boorish and predictable for most of its length....

Dustin D (it) wrote: Moneyball is a very compelling subject with great performances from Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill (in a star-making role). It was nice to see Burapi in a role as a protagonist with human failings, which is rare for him in recent years (see World War Z and 12 Years a Slave). I think the movie could have done more with the character's dark side--we see him flip over tables and smash equipment, we never really know why he split with his wife. Highly recommended to anyone interested in management theory. I love how Burapi's character always asked, "What's the problem?" Then repeated the question when the respondents replied with a superficial answer.

Marcus D (mx) wrote: One man's quest to learn.

REES R (kr) wrote: Now this is a good video game movie , OK if you love and hate both mortal kombat and street fighter you'll love this just like me . Fun , slick and really fast.

Annie G (es) wrote: Okay, so it wasn't HORRIBLE, but it wasn't good either, I mean come on at least give me subtitles when everyone is speaking Russian...then again, since the main characters were American it kind of gave you a sense of being in the movie and not understanding anything anyone said like those characters...maybe I'm being generous?

Tato M (mx) wrote: ahahha this is ... GARBAGE

Jason G (fr) wrote: After a slightly rocky start, the movie becomes outlandishly campy and positively hilarious. A classic for the ages!

Andy N (ag) wrote: The 80s was filled with these types of movies. It's a little bit Alien, a little bit Aliens, a dash of Macgyver, and a hint of Die Hard all held together by the producer Roger Corman. It's 80s b-movie drivel about a post apocalyptic world, its survivors, and the mutants who terrorize them and of course, rape the women to reproduce. It's not a great movie and what there is to laugh at isn't much, plus it contains 0 titties and the creature effects are downright atrocious. It does get some stars though because bits and pieces are hilarious and there is a good amount of gore. There's worse ways to spend an hour and a half of your time, then again, there's also much better.

Jason H (jp) wrote: This might be the most adorable dark comedy ever?

Cassandra M (it) wrote: A village girl found murdered, could it be that Dracula is back? Playboy Paul Carlson is about to find out.A bat hovers over a concrete slab, blood frothing from its mouth, the drops of which are reinvigorating the Prince Of Darkness. Yes, Dracula is back, bloodier than usual and even kind of chatty! Directed by Roy Ward Baker and starring Christopher Lee in his fifth outing as Dracula, Scars Of Dracula, hamstrung by low budget as it is, is one of the better efforts in the Hammer Horror Dracula cycle.Standard rules apply, buxom wenches are ripe for slaughter and the guys are a mixture of village yokels and posh gentlemen. Lee as ever is charming and carrying his air of nastiness, and the story leads us nicely to a castle top finale of some standing. There's also some nice visual flourishes and memorable scenes along the way. Blood drips onto white candles that segue into red ones and Drac walks up walls. While the redness in the piece has never more been so vivid thanks to Moray Grant's impacting photography. The cast reads like a who's who of British television, you got a Doctor Who {Patrick Troughton with the worlds scariest eyebrows}, Minder {a badly miscast Dennis Waterman}, a Bond girl and presenter of Magpie {the lovely Jenny Hanley} and Lord Melbury from Fawlty Towers {Michael Gwynn}.

Lee (ru) wrote: A road-tripping couple break-down in the Californian desert and are joined by a mysterious drifter who starts to create tension between them all. Moves along slowly and without much incident for the first hour, but a twist in the plot sets up a compelling last 30 minutes. Worth a watch but you'll need patience.

Sharleen P (it) wrote: Tell me there is an inside joke on Rotten Tomatoes. I found this movie incredibly boring and would strongly recommend you watch this if you have nothing else to your day. The title drew me in but that is it.