Beloved Infidel

Beloved Infidel

Toward the end of his life F. Scott Fitzgerald is writing for Hollywood studios to be able to afford the cost of an asylum for his wife. He is also struggling against alcoholism. Into his life comes the famous gossip columnist.

In 1936, the witty columnist Sheilah Graham leaves her noble British fiancé and travels in the Queen Mary from Southampton, England, to New York. She seeks out the editor of the North American Newspaper Alliance, John Wheeler, offering her services but he sends her to the Daily Mirror. Sheilah becomes successful and John offers a job in Hollywood to write a gossip column about the stars. When Sheilah meets the decadent writer F. Scott Fitzgerald, they immediately fall in love. Sheilah discovers that Scott accepts any job to financially support his wife Zelda that is in asylum, and his daughter at a boarding school. She opens her heart to him and tells the truth about her origins; but their relationship is affected by his drinking problem. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Gary M (au) wrote: I just saw Werner Herzog's new film, 'Lo and Behold'.There are not enough superlatives.To simply state we are on the threshold of a future we cannot fathom is such a gross understatement as to make every understatement ever uttered part of this understatement's concubine.Our lives are going to change over the next 30 years on a scale the most fantastic writers of science fiction could not ponder.This film talks about the genesis of the internet, the pitfalls of the internet, the depravity of the internet, the vulnerability of the internet, the ability to transform human consciousness by the internet, and the perfectly plausible - if not certain - event of Artificial Intelligence taking over for good or for ill.If you don't see this film, unfriend me. No, but seriously, unfriend me.

Matthew H (de) wrote: Not that far back from last one but running out of ideas keep ice age going

Stephen G (mx) wrote: Paul Rudd makes the movie worth it. Without him it's really just a very bad movie. The performances from everyone else and the directing is competent, but it just lacks anything to hold our interest outside of Ned.

Khaled H (kr) wrote: brilliant performance by Theronepersonally i liked it and felt it.

Socsy T (ca) wrote: if i could sum up this movie in a couple of words, it would be "deliciously funny". i never thought i would love this film since i'm not much into korean films but i did and it's not because of the amount of eye candy that you get from joo ji hoon and kim jae wook but because of the story content, humor and characterization. i just found myself liking the characters in all their flaws, quirks and uniqueness. joo ji hoon was hilarious as the tormented owner of a pastry shop who hated pastries. and kim jae wook as the superstar pattissiere was simply delectable and surprisingly good in his obviously gay role. the sing and dance routine was a bit annoying but tolerable. i love the mystery and the twist at the end. if i have any complaints about this movie is that it's too short. this was adapted from a japanese manga and though it followed the manga closely i felt that it was somewhat lacking. i wanted to see more of the characters and how they dealt with their personal issues, and i want to see more of those irresistible confections that would make anybody's mouth water. after all, who is ever unhappy eating cake?

Eric R (au) wrote: not only horrible, unrealistic, self aggrandized drivel.. it scores even fewer points because it had potential to be better. It did try to not just be about sex as so many of this type of movie lower themselves to. I wonder why straight actors are so much more insightful when it comes to the true experiences of gay men.

Jani M (ag) wrote: John Waters is great speaker and it's absolute pleasure to hear his stories.

courtnee r (ag) wrote: love it and love you ti and lauren!!!!!(TM)(TM)(TM)(TM)

Nancy M (nl) wrote: Want to see it again.

Van R (kr) wrote: A gigantic octopus terrorizes a coastal resort after an underwater construction project forces it out of its natural surroundings. It seems that radio signals jar the sea creature and give it a ravenous appetite for anything human. No, none of the marqee stars--Henry Fonda, Shelley Winters, Bo Hopkins, Claude Akins, or John Huston--wind up being seafood for this predator. TENTACLES has more than its share of moments and director Oliver Hellman plays it straight all the way down the line.

jason l (mx) wrote: Honestly this movie kinda blows. But I see why it was considered great. It is no longer great. It now blows.

Matthew B (ca) wrote: "Now I have a machine gun. Ho ho ho."Christmas is the time for love, peace, forgiveness, and sharing. It's also the time where a man in a white vest guns down at terrorists at the Nakatomi Plaza, with no shoes on.Die Hard is one of the best Christmas movies ever.Merry Christmas everyone.

Thomas B (ru) wrote: Corny and dumb, but still a little funny at the same time.

Ashley J (br) wrote: r these move is free?

Nathaniel W (kr) wrote: Beasts of No Nation is a horrifying film to watch, but at the same time it is an important film to watch. If this movie is not nominated for Best Picture, even though it is a Netflix movie, there is something seriously wrong with the Academy. The performances in this film make it more than just a movie, it brings the horror of war in Africa to life as realistically as possible without being in the situation yourself.