Ten-year-old orphan Patrick Dennis has come to live with his nearest relative and in the high times ahead, he's not going to believe his luck. Nor will you, because Patrick's relation is played by one of Hollywood's grandest dames. Reprising her Broadway triumph, Rosalind Russell won her fourth Oscar nomination and third Golden Globe Award as the marvelous madcap who lives life to the hilt. Auntie Mame brings to bubbly life the mayhem Mame and her cronies create while guiding Patrick's fortunes. "Life is a banquet," Mame says, "and most poor suckers are starving to death!" With wit, style and a seasoned cast to dish humor and heart with gusto, Auntie Mame is a full-course meal of entertainment magic.
Writer:Betty Comden (screenplay), Adolph Green (screenplay), Patrick Dennis (from the novel: "Auntie Mame" by)
Left in Mame's care when his millionaire father drops dead, young Patrick is quickly indoctrinated into his aunt's philosophy that "Life is a banquet, and some poor suckers are starving to death." Conflict ensues when the executor of his father's estate objects to the aunt's lifestyle. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Alon G (es) wrote: Not an easy one to watch considering the topic, but it's honesty and humor makes it a wonderful film. Highly recommended.
Judy R (ag) wrote: This has to be the best movie on this earth. Love it. Will watch it over and over. Great story, great acting, great for singles, family, writers or anyone.
Jimmy L (br) wrote: This is a movie that had a lot going for it, but the end product is pretty awful. The acting was good, the story was good, the cinematography was excellent. Yet it wasn't scary, it wasn't suspenseful, it was literally nothing. One problem is during the "making of" Director Orr said one of her main things was the composition of the shot. That doesn't make a entertaining movie, it makes a pretty one. This is a snooze fest. The only reason I sat through the entire flick was Fairuza Balk. I've been a fan since The Craft. Oh, how she has fallen. Rent this if you can't sleep. It's like a quick acting sedative.
Rita M (us) wrote: M.O.N. is an outstanding portrayal of quiet pain, that is told through small details, insightful dialogue, and the expert directing by Ava DuVernay of an ensemble cast that will have everyone excited to see both the director's and the actor's net project.
Mike C (br) wrote: Great monster flick! Like Piranha on steroids
Samar A (us) wrote: Made Me Sick To Stomach...
Paul H (mx) wrote: Cheery little film about a group of hormonal teenagers finding themselves and their emotions via a musical show. Minnie Driver is masterful with her Welsh accent and her enthusiasm. Despite little experience the musical numbers are extraordinary. Worth a watch on a cold and rainy winter's day.
Esmael S (mx) wrote: it was wonderfull and thrilling , i wanted to see every shot . i can't understand why some people are very picky not to like sucha thriller !