At fictitious Tait University in the Roaring 20's, co-ed and school librarian Connie Lane falls for football hero Tommy Marlowe. Unfortunately, he has his eye on gold-digging vamp Pat McClellan. Tommy's grades start to slip, which keeps him from playing in the big game. Connie eventually finds out Tommy really loves her and devises a plan to win him back and to get him back on the field.
- Stars:June Allyson, Peter Lawford, Patricia Marshall, Joan McCracken, Ray McDonald, Mel Tormé, Robert E. Strickland, Donald MacBride, Tom Dugan, Clinton Sundberg, Loren Tindall, Connie Gilchrist, Morris Ankrum, Georgia Lee, Georgia Lee Settle,
- Director:Charles Walters,
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(mx) wrote: For a British TV movie, this was actually a pretty top-notch production. Sure it has some of the weaker supporting performances that is common with TV movies, but the film is driven by a stellar performance from Benedict Cumberbatch as the beloved astrophysicist. The film is smart in that it chooses to not wallow in Hawking's current years being stricken with Lou Gehrig's disease, and instead focuses on his most productive years when he began developing his theories. The film does reveal him struggling with the degenerative effects of the disease, for sure, and Cumberbatch's execution in portraying this ailment is pretty remarkable. This film is rather difficult to locate, but if you can get a hold of it its worth checking out. It's a fitting, honest tribute to one of the greatest minds the scientific community has ever produced, and an excellent showcase for a gifted actor.
(it) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]"Cocalero" is an illuminating verite documentary about the 2005 Bolivian national elections, focusing on the MAS(Movement Toward Socialism)candidate Evo Morales. MAS is a coalition of several groups, all fighting against capitalism and neoliberalism, including unions, miners, the poor, indigenous and especially coca farmers(Morales was formerly one and comes off here remarkably down to earth. However, he does not swim very well...) who instead of being approached to open a dialogue are being brutally repressed under the aegis of the United States' misbegotten war on drugs.(George Carlin had a creative solution to the war on drugs, just not one I could endorse...) The documentary makes a very fine point that coca leaves are not just used for the processing of cocaine which is something that happens in the United States. In the end, the farmers prefer to handle justice amongst themselves. [/font]
(ru) wrote: A redemption for audiences after shrek 3. Still not as good as the the first 2, but it's a good family film and if you want to finish the Shrek saga, you're not going to feel ripped off
(ag) wrote: Martin short has the comeic energy of Robin williams.
(gb) wrote: Avatar may have a recycled story but offers some the best visuals I have ever seen on a screen and started the 3D trends we still see today.
(fr) wrote: Sounded like fun... This movie's old now. Wow.
(au) wrote: A movie that actually makes Dane Cook likable.
(mx) wrote: Jon Stewart makes a good director in leading the great Gael Garcia Bernal through the story of Maziar Bahari. A treatise on how freedom can take many forms.
(ca) wrote: Silly, absurd and pretty pointless... but still... it was damn fun... This goes onto my 'guilty pleasure' list - During the whole movie I was like: "The f*ck is this?" - yet the 2 hour movie felt like less than one hour - gotta admit it fun.
(ag) wrote: Terrible movie... all the way through. Predictable and boring. Even a tween-ager would have been bored.