Directed by William A. Wellman and starring Clark Gable, Loretta Young, and Jack Oakie, the adventure film follows one prospector along with his dog on the journey to search for gold mines . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jacky L (us) wrote: ok, the story wasn't great but with ludivine sagnier and kristin scott thomas helming it, it still made an alright watch. pity kristin scott thomas exited so soon. ~"~ indeed.
Mark S (au) wrote: Definitely my favorite Hong Sang-soo film. I love how so many of his films deal with film makers and their relationships with women. He's wonderful at taking the ordinary and making it extraordinary!
Sean C (mx) wrote: Pretty fun little flick with a zany story, think of the movie Go on acid doing speed rails. Speedman shows he has some versatility, and that he doesn't always take himself seriously, and Matt Frewer, well, it's Matt Frewer. Do you expect anything less than brilliant?7.2/10
Jim H (jp) wrote: Two Palestinian would-be suicide bombers get separated after their plot goes wrong.From the Palestinian perspective, there are few films that do their side of the conflict better than Paradise Now. Directors Hany Abu-Assad and Amedeo Pagani exhibit fearless filmmaking; they don't balk at choosing suicide bombers as their heroes and attempt to fully explore the conditions that would drive people to such extremes. We get the spouting rhetoric of the violent resistance's leaders, the war-torn landscapes, and some - though not enough - of the examples of how Israel's occupation affects the Palestinians' daily lives.The performances by the two leads, Kais Nashef and Ali Suliman, are fantastic. Especially after his haircut, Nashef reminded me of an Arab Clive Owen with his intense, piercing stare and his determined walk. Lubna Azabal plays "girl," but she does it fairly well.I thought the film did devolve into a reading of Fanon versus Gandhi post-colonial theory during the conversation between Suha and Khaled; this was the only time when I thought that the film's political analysis was not rooted in the characters. And I thought that Khaled's transformation wasn't portrayed completely; there certainly needed to be more steps along the way.Overall, for anyone interested in why political power players constantly discuss Israel and Palestine, this is an important film, and if you aren't interested in this conflict, you should be.
Mayank M (br) wrote: decent.. a fair watch.. neatly done crossover.. lacks a zing to it.. but not bad at all..
Naomi B (es) wrote: Sad story, very compelling.
Petter F (it) wrote: Moving, but the movie is running at times in a too slow pace.
JessicaAnn D (it) wrote: I actually always really liked this weird little movie about miscommunication and what it can drive us to do. The acting is great and it is overall a sweet fun little movie.
Richard D (fr) wrote: Ian McKellen stars as James Whale in a bit of speculative fiction about his last days. It's the late 50's and Whale has been retired from film making for over 15 years. He lives in a modestly big Los Angeles home with his German housekeeper (Lynn Redgrave). He develops a fascination with his yard man played by Brendan Fraser ... a fascination which develops into friendship. Fraser does not initially realize that Whale is gay, but the eventual disclosure leads to a comfortable understanding that they do not share each other's preferences. Recovering from a stroke, Whale is gradually losing his faculties, and it turns out his intentions with Fraser are not what they seem to be. This is not a great film, but it's a nice one. Well written and well acted, even by Fraser.
Jan D (ca) wrote: 100 assassins, 1000 bullets and 10000000 dollars worth of prize money. What more do you want? This all set to some Mambo music and you get a good flick. Enjoy!!! :-)
Michael B (gb) wrote: Hands down the best animated comedy ever! I've watched this at least 10 times from start to finish and it's ALWAYS funny every time I watch it. It just never gets old. Some of the best movie quotes ever.