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by Reza
Mon Nov 13, 2017 1:31 am
Forum: Other Film Discussions
Topic: Last Seen Movie - The Latest Movie You Have Seen; ratings
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The Hitman's Bodyguard (Patrick Hughes, 2017) 2/10 Too much of anything is not good. It can be sometimes funny hearing the word "f**k or mother****er and it can be exciting watching car chases and crashes. However, when every second piece of dialogue is riddled with those words and the screenpl...
by Reza
Mon Nov 13, 2017 1:30 am
Forum: Other Film Discussions
Topic: Last Seen Movie - The Latest Movie You Have Seen; ratings
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Views: 220643

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Zinda (Sanjay Gupta, 2006) 6/10 A man (Sanjay Dutt) is incarcerated in a Bangkok prison for 14 years and then suddenly without any explanation is released. Trying to recover the pieces of his life he finds help from a taxi driver (Lara Dutta) and his childhood friend (Mahesh Manjrekar) and discovers...
by Reza
Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:55 am
Forum: Other Film Discussions
Topic: Last Seen Movie - The Latest Movie You Have Seen; ratings
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Murder on the Orient Express (Kenneth Branagh, 2017) 8/10 Agatha Christie's murder mystery with the famous twist ending gets a big screen remake with some interesting flourishes. Branagh opens up the plot, which is confined to a train, with scenes shot outside giving the story a fresh outlook. Hercu...
by Reza
Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:55 am
Forum: Other Film Discussions
Topic: Last Seen Movie - The Latest Movie You Have Seen; ratings
Replies: 5606
Views: 220643

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Murder on the Orient Express (Carl Schenkel, 2001) 1/10 The American CBS television channel came up with this travesty when they decided to adapt Agatha Christie's celebrated mystery novel by updating the story to the contemporary era. The desecration starts with the most important element of the st...
by Reza
Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:54 am
Forum: Other Film Discussions
Topic: Last Seen Movie - The Latest Movie You Have Seen; ratings
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And So They Were Married (Elliott Nugent, 1936) 7/10 Charming fluff has great chemistry between the two leads. A bitter divorcée (Mary Astor) and a widower (Melvyn Douglas) meet at a hotel up in the mountains and come together despite fierce opposition from their kids. The two child actors are annoy...
by Reza
Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:54 am
Forum: Other Film Discussions
Topic: Last Seen Movie - The Latest Movie You Have Seen; ratings
Replies: 5606
Views: 220643

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There's Always a Woman (Alexander Hall, 1938) 5/10 Yet another mystery-comedy in the same vein as "The Thin Man" - a couple of sleuths, a cop (Melvyn Douglas) and his daffy amateur detective wife (Joan Blondell), trying to solve the murder of a socialite's (Mary Astor) husband. Great chemi...
by Reza
Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:53 am
Forum: Other Film Discussions
Topic: Last Seen Movie - The Latest Movie You Have Seen; ratings
Replies: 5606
Views: 220643

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Our Wife (John M. Stahl, 1941) 8/10 Sparkling, witty comedy about a talented but depressed (and very drunk) musician (Melvyn Douglas) - his wife has divorced him - meets and falls in love with a scientist (Ruth Hussey). Just as they declare their love for each other his unscrupulous wife (Ellen Drew...
by Reza
Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:53 am
Forum: Other Film Discussions
Topic: Last Seen Movie - The Latest Movie You Have Seen; ratings
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Views: 220643

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Wild Geese Calling (John Brahm, 1941) 5/10 A lumberjack (Henry Fonda) with a wanderlust (hence the film's title) follows his best buddy (Warren William) to Alaska in search of gold. However, there's a problem. He's just married a dance hall girl (Joan Bennett) who unbeknownst to him was once his fri...
by Reza
Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:53 am
Forum: Other Film Discussions
Topic: Last Seen Movie - The Latest Movie You Have Seen; ratings
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Views: 220643

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Good Time (Benny Safdie & Josh Safdie, 2017) 8/10 A gritty mix of Abel Ferrera and Tarantino in this film about a crime that goes awry. A grungy dysfunctional bank robber (Robert Pattinson) goes on the run with his mentally impaired brother (Benny Safdie) after a bank robbery goes wrong. When hi...
by Reza
Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:52 am
Forum: Other Film Discussions
Topic: Last Seen Movie - The Latest Movie You Have Seen; ratings
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Views: 220643

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Twin Beds (Tim Whelan, 1942) 5/10 Screwball farce which is unfortunately silly beyond belief. A man (George Brent) wants to spend alone time at his home with his wife (Joan Bennett) but they are rudely interrupted by assorted zany characters. The two stars get into the spirit of the proceedings but ...
by Reza
Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:52 am
Forum: Other Film Discussions
Topic: Last Seen Movie - The Latest Movie You Have Seen; ratings
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Views: 220643

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Never Look Back (Francis Searle, 1952) 6/10 Good courtroom melodrama - a newly appointed female QC (Rosamund John) defends a former lover (Guy Middleton) on a murder charge while her current lover (Hugh Sinclair) is the prosecutor on the case. Rare early Hammer production (before the studio became f...
by Reza
Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:52 am
Forum: Other Film Discussions
Topic: Last Seen Movie - The Latest Movie You Have Seen; ratings
Replies: 5606
Views: 220643

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Lady in a Jam (Gregory La Cava, 1942) 1/10 Silly screwball has big city lady (Irene Dunne) go hunting for gold in Arizona with obvious corny scenes of the star roughing it out, getting covered in myd and pursued by her childhood friend - a singing cowboy (Ralph Bellamy). Her business manager (Eugene...
by Reza
Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:51 am
Forum: Other Film Discussions
Topic: Last Seen Movie - The Latest Movie You Have Seen; ratings
Replies: 5606
Views: 220643

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Three Hearts For Julia (Richard Thorpe, 1943) 4/10 Boring romantic comedy with both stars badly miscast. A prim violinist (Ann Southern) wants a divorce as she wants to marry a more refined person but her war correspondent husband (Melvyn Douglas) tries to disuade her. The story would have worked be...
by Reza
Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:51 am
Forum: Other Film Discussions
Topic: Last Seen Movie - The Latest Movie You Have Seen; ratings
Replies: 5606
Views: 220643

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Lover Come Back (William A. Seiter, 1946) 6/10 The male double standard of "a man will be a man but a woman should only look after her home and kids" gets an amusing spin in this romp as a glamourous Lucille Ball (dressed in epic Travis Banton) takes on and teaches her philandering journal...
by Reza
Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:50 am
Forum: Other Film Discussions
Topic: Last Seen Movie - The Latest Movie You Have Seen; ratings
Replies: 5606
Views: 220643

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Enchantment (Irving Reis, 1948) 8/10 The flashback, an old-fashioned device once so popular in films, plays an important role in this story (based on a book by Rumer Godden) about two generations of lovers set during different time periods. You know this is going to be a lot of tosh - but in a good ...

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