House of the Rising Sun

House of the Rising Sun

Ray, an ex-cop, is starting a new life looking to stay out of trouble. One evening, on Ray's watch, the nightclub he works for is robbed and the owner's son is shot dead. As his criminal past is exposed Ray hunts for the person responsible for this crime in an effort to clear his own name. Ray must get to the bottom of this as both the mob and cops start to close in on him as their target suspect.

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Maridia B (ag) wrote: Tail-wagging fun?! Were the first two tail-wagging fun?! Hell, Bolt was tail-wagging fun, this isn't and never will be.

Rahul M (au) wrote: Don't knw hw I missd this one back in 2008!!Mast story, don actors !!

Art S (ag) wrote: James Mason excelled at playing disdainful bad guys, although he was charismatic enough to absorb attention in the hero role too. Here, he is thoroughly bad, as a traitor selling secrets to the Nazis stolen from under the nose of the British Ambassador in Ankara, Turkey (he is the ambassador's valet). His motive is money and he swears no political allegiances. Director Joseph L. Mankiewiecz follows Mason's actions so closely that we come to identify with him and almost hope that his plans to reveal the details of Operation Overlord (D-Day landing site) succeed. His partner is played by Danielle Darrieux, an exiled countess who has fallen on hard times and, similarly, is open to the highest bidder, Nazi or British, and thus receptive to Mason's overtures (he was formerly her husband's valet). Apparently, the spy story is true and based on a book by one of the central Nazi figures in the action but Mankiewicz (and screenwriter Michael Wilson) inserted the countess into the script which introduces richer deeper themes about class into the mix. After all, Mason is a valet who seeks to improve his lot in life through espionage, expecting even to bed/wed the countess. The plot has enough twists to ensure its appeal to those seeking a ripping spy story although the failure of the Allies to detect Mason for most of the picture seems a bit far-fetched. A good one, filmed on location in Turkey with a Bernard Herrmann score to boot.

Esther S (nl) wrote: my god do they have too

Ally F (de) wrote: Ok, there's no any ghost in the movie. and I really doubt where's Thora Birch going? I like her, she was much cooler than Scarlett Johansson! This is a good movie and of course within Steve Buscemi!!

Sean G (kr) wrote: I should watch this again. MMA eat your heart out.

Andrew S (ag) wrote: Another killer 70s soundtrack by Dennis Coffey (Motown session musician) Great film & corny in places ... Jim Kelly is Badass in this

Jennifer B (ag) wrote: Oscar win best actress Elizabeth Taylor

Steve G (ag) wrote: This is my favourite Thin Man movie. Good comedy, good performances & a good story. Solid detective flick.

Timothy N (es) wrote: It's formulaic but nevertheless Samuel L. Jackson leads an inspiring film.

Miguel R (fr) wrote: Smart, funny, and intriguing, Men in Black is an entertaining popcorn flick thanks to its inventive story and delightful visuals

007 W (au) wrote: Ratatouille is a great movie, Pixar has done another great job with there movies even this one, great animation, great story and writing, great acting, great characters and great kids movie

Nate J (jp) wrote: A pretty decent horror flick with some great chilling moments. Dolls are always creepy and there's no exception here. It is a tad predictable but then it's rare to find a horror movie that isn't nowadays. Still an enjoyable movie throughout though