Gay Old Time

Gay Old Time

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:86 minutes
  • Release:1946
  • Language:Swedish
  • Reference:Imdb
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Matt M (mx) wrote: Un-appricated. This movie simply rocks. Its about an old man battling zombies to get new slippers! COME ON. I loved it and think Frank Sudol is a genius.

Darryll H (ru) wrote: very funny, sean william scott at his best

Guilherme N (ag) wrote: Broken promise... my problem, maybe

Nicki M (es) wrote: Love this movie. It's definitely one for those who were around in this decade, though. I don't think teens today would necessarily love it. It's a bit silly, sure, but great soundtrack, great cast. Rex Manning is hilarious. Best role for Renee Zellweger and Liv Tyler. And very young Brandon Sexton. Wish I could have worked in such a great store back in the day!

Jay B (kr) wrote: Campy... in a pretty fun way.

Jonathan D (fr) wrote: Another 80's movie that I missed until right now. Over the top performance by Mickey Rourke, but that's what he does. Faye Dunaway is really good as his alcoholic girlfriend. The whole fighting Frank Stallone like 4 times is pretty dumb.

Paula A (gb) wrote: :)! me entretuvo bastante, eso que fue hecha en 6 das!

Keith C (de) wrote: It is hard to imagine that Fred Astaire, who had a miles-long reputation as a musical comedy stage star, was humiliated with FIFTH billing (behind Ginger Rogers!) and given weak comedy bits even by the musical film standards of the period. What's more, his one dance with Rogers was pasted into the endless "Carioca" production number with a cast of thousands of chorus dancers, and a lady who was billed as "The Colored Singer." Speaking of billing, the dependably prissy Franklyn Pangborn was not even listed on the credits and he had more business than Eric Blore, who was billed. All in all, it's a fun movie, with the usual silly type of plot, highlighted by the title song, in which chorus girls were strapped to the wings of planes, supposedly for the enjoyment of hotel guests hundreds of feet below. The film was graced by a good Vincent Youmans score, including the additional songs, "Orchids in the Moonlight" and "Music Makes Me."

Adriana P (fr) wrote: I really like Jim Caviziel, and this was a good movie for him. Not really much of a sports person, but this is about more than football.