Forever Female

Forever Female

An aging actress refuses to admit she is too old to play the ingénue role anymore.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:93 minutes
  • Release:1953
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on play,  

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Jackson M (ca) wrote: So much fun to watch

DrJay M (it) wrote: my dick is so hard antonio so hawt he like me dad i wish i fucked diti i i i i iv i i iu i

Victoria M (fr) wrote: This has to be one of the worst films I've EVER seen. Dreadful acting, shitty special effects... this movie is absolutely appalling. Edit: I like the soundtrack tho

Marcus W (jp) wrote: Another film that doesn't know what to do in the middle before the big reveal when the small town find out they aren't who they thought they were, so it chucks in this seven way love story and forgets about the comedy which is a shame as there was massive potential for comedy here. Steve Zahn gets most of the laughs while William H. Macy steals the film and is just outstanding, but otherwise it fails.

bill s (de) wrote: Oh how I hated Eckhart's evil character and by that I mean I really likes this movie.

Cassandra M (fr) wrote: This movie, as noted above, suffers from being overly preachy and inchoate. There's also a disturbing amount of "dead" footage that should have been left on the editing room floor.** spoilers ahead ** Anyway, the core of the film revolves around Johnny Johnson's (Billy Dee Williams) desires to "stick to the man". Unfortunately, they never really do an adequate job of convincing the viewer (in my case anyway) that Johnny has it rough enough that he should foment a riot and kill people. Sure, he's passed over for a job that he's qualified for, and he's arrested by the cops for no reason... but other than that, his life seems to be pretty decent. In fact, he spends the majority of one day going to a party, dancing with a hot lady, going out to eat, buying some clothes, then making sweet love to the aforementioned lady. If that's indicative of "the man" keeping you down, then sign me up! The narrative is told via a largely confusing series of flashbacks that don't make a whole lot of sense -- primarily because a character will flashback to incidents/people that they weren't even a party to. For example, Luanna (Pamela Jones) asks Johnny to explain a comment he made during a conversation that she couldn't possibly been privy to. About half-way through the movie I simply stopped trying to make sense of it.Like most of the movies I comment on, I was hoping this was going to be in the "so good it's bad" category. While it was close, it falls short of true ineptitude... which is my way of saying the movie wasn't that bad (though it wasn't that good either).

Richard D (jp) wrote: Ryan O'Neal stars with his daughter Tatum (in her film debut) as a Depression-era confidence man who agrees to take the young daughter of an ex-lover to stay with her only relatives after her mother dies. After he uses her to extort some money from the men responsible for her mother's death (which he spends on a new car), she blackmails him into keeping her with him until he can earn the money to pay her back. The two drive around the Midwest running various scams and bonding. Like all of Bogdanovich's best films, this pays homage to classic Hollywood films while adding a decisively modern edge to them. O'Neal the elder is in top form, but its' Tatum who really shines.

Paul F (ru) wrote: Depressingly pointless.

Laura D (gb) wrote: Disappointing as many sequels are :-/

Paul D (us) wrote: An intense set of performances for an intense script all done under the guise of drunken emotion which adds to the already fine screenplay. Burton and Taylor and a wonderful pair and you wonder how much of their personal life they brought to their highly charged interactions here. All four actors are superbly cast.