Hers to Hold

Hers to Hold

Deanna Durbin is all grown up in Hers to Hold, the unofficial sequel to her "Three Smart Girls" films of the 1930s. Durbin plays Penelope Craig, the starry-eyed daughter of wealthy Judson and Dorothy Craig (Charles Winninger, Nella Walker). Developing a crush on much-older playboy Bill Morley (Joseph Cotton), Penelope stops at nothing to land the elusive Morley as her husband. Highlights include Durbin's renditions of "Begin the Beguine" and the "Seguidilla" from Carmen, and a captivating sequence that includes highlights from Durbin's earlier films, presented as home movies!

Deanna Durbin is all grown up in Hers to Hold, the unofficial sequel to her "Three Smart Girls" films of the 1930s. Durbin plays Penelope Craig, the starry-eyed daughter of wealthy Judson and Dorothy Craig (Charles Winninger, Nella Walker). Developing a crush on much-older playboy Bill Morley (Joseph Cotton), Penelope stops at nothing to land the elusive Morley as her husband. Highlights include Durbin's renditions of "Begin the Beguine" and the "Seguidilla" from Carmen, and a captivating sequence that includes highlights from Durbin's earlier films, presented as home movies! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Lee H (nl) wrote: Typical Seth Mcfarlane. If you are offended by crude humor, don't watch it. Personally, I laughed my ass off during some of the scenes.

Nick B (jp) wrote: Ultimate Metal Documentary, I love the band too! Accrasicouda!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Zlatko T (gb) wrote: Egomanijak, alkos, genije, debeli sporta, filozof, zadnji superheroj, kockar, probisvijet. Martin Strel - ?ovjek koji je preplivao Dunav, Jangce, Mississippi i Amazonu.

Deborah R (au) wrote: awful piece of crap movie.

Mithun G (it) wrote: Jesus its probably the most misogynistic film I've seen this year. The lighting is fabulous though.

Patryk C (nl) wrote: Juliusz Machulski comes back with yet another satisfying crime movie, which tells a story of a very complex heist plan, and the risky actions that all of the participants have to go through. The objective is to steal a valuable painting by Da Vinci (hence the title). However, as it's often proved in those sort of movies, something goes wrong and the team is left with a huge trouble on their hands. Great cast, intriguing dialogues, and a well-written script.

Dillon L (ag) wrote: Very funny with a good message

Ken J (kr) wrote: It's director Benny Chan's trademark of doing bombastic action that are easily differentiated from the rest. Karena Lam and Xu Jing Lei can act very well, especially for emotion and romance part. Cheers!

Matt C (gb) wrote: Spike Lee loves Basketball, New York, the art of movie-making and Denzel Washington so it's no surprise that this is a really good film. The final half hour starts to come apart at the seams a little as it starts to slip into melodrama (the less said about the female characters here the better as well) but overall this is great. Worth watching for some of the Basketball scenes set to classic film scores alone. Some cracking Public Enemy tracks as well.

Seth B (it) wrote: Very funny! I loved when Jimmy Fallon is stuck in the closet breathing the gas and getting the low voice.

Vincent V (jp) wrote: Rourke is too young for this role. Good performance by Faye Dunaway though. Only for Bukowski fans.

Josh K (us) wrote: Fascinating debut from the Coen Brothers. It's a film in which the characters are so stupid that you find yourself repeatedly telling them out loud to stop doing what they're doing, as if you're watching a poorly-made horror B-movie. What makes it fascinating, though, is that the stupid characters don't make it a bad movie. Despite the fact that each of them seems to be trying to out-stupid the others, the Coen Brothers still somehow manage to make a captivating story in which the suspense and tension feel very real.

Jeffrey M (br) wrote: It's no Cool Hand Luke (Rosenberg's earlier film), but Brubaker is still a great prison drama. Depressing as it may be, it's a fact-based story, featuring an umcomprimising idealist played powerfully by Redford. I appreciated the film's willingness to not strain away from the harsh realities involved, and not opting for an overly simplistic and studio-friendly happy ending. Solid performances and direction all around. Of note for film buffs- you'll notice an early appearance by Morgan Freeman (Nicolas Cage also appears as an extra in his first film).4/5 Stars

Hanne H (ca) wrote: love it, but I would like to see the long version.

Tyler S (br) wrote: Artistically, Wilder wouldn't fail completely until much later in his career. But critically, this was the end of the road.

Michael T (gb) wrote: Charming little British classic.

Kristen O (ag) wrote: My favorite of all the Shirley Temple movies!

Billy H (ru) wrote: Probably the worst movie I have ever seen. I have grandchildren that can act better than this cast. If it cost more than $100,000 to make I guarantee you it lost money.