I'll Cry Tomorrow
Deprived of a normal childhood by her ambitious mother, Katie (Jo Van Fleet), Lillian Roth (Susan Hayward) becomes a star of Broadway and Hollywood before she is twenty. Shortly before her marriage to her childhood sweetheart, David Tredman (Ray Danton), he dies and Lillian takes her first drink of many down the road of becoming an alcoholic.
- Stars:Susan Hayward, Richard Conte, Eddie Albert, Jo Van Fleet, Don Taylor, Ray Danton, Margo, Virginia Gregg, Don 'Red' Barry, David Kasday, Carole Ann Campbell, Peter Leeds, Tol Avery,
- Director:Daniel Mann,
- Writer:Helen Deutsch (screenplay), Jay Richard Kennedy (screenplay), Lillian Roth (book), Mike Connolly (book), Gerold Frank (book)
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(es) wrote: Dead Souls is every adopted childs biggest fantasy and worst nightmare roled into one. On his 18th birthday, Johnny Petrie (Jesse James) finds out that he's adopted and there is an inheritance waiting for him. Despite being told not to go back to his home town, Johnny does any way, and learns another secret about his past, one that will put a target on his back. Dead Souls is another film produced for the little known NBC owned cable horror network, Chiller. Because these films are made for TV, they have to be somewhat toned down, something that is always going to hinder a good horror film. For this reason, Chiller films usually come down to two things; the cast and realism. The filmmakers can't use the gore and violence associated with most modern horror films, so it comes right down to how believable or frighting is the story? That brings us to Dead Souls, which has a fairly creepy backstory, that starts out believable, but really stretches near the end. What is enjoyable about this film is that instead of focusing on what it can't do, it works extra hard to be the best at what it can do, meaning get ready to jump, scream, and be on the edge of that seat. As for the cast, Jesse James makes it happen, and no I don't mean that Jesse James. I am referring to the blond haired, blue eyed, twenty-eight year old, who started his career in horror at the age of 9, and like a fine wine, he has only gotten better with age. James has been in some huge Horror films, worked with all the big names, and he was more than over due to star in his own film. Even when this movie starts to fall apart towards the end, Jesse James and his unique style of the cute country boy with the fire inside, is what keeps you watching all the way through to the end. Dead Souls isn't a great film, but it's not a bad one either, and when you compare it to some of the other originals Chiller has put out there, it's a big step in the right direction.
(it) wrote: one of the best Asian Romantic dramas in recent years (liked it better than Jay Chou's Secret) its soft, adorable and down to earth. highly recommended for all teens to young adults! a small film filled with moving moments. its the warmest hug in a cold night =)
(kr) wrote: A mild pleasure, but it's too bland and safe to amount to anything memorable.
(ru) wrote: A good idea and story, but something about it felt empty to me. They didn't push it hard enough and make it feel real.
(us) wrote: could not get into it. I didn't like the charecters at all to bad the cast was good
(au) wrote: Kind of fun TV adaptation that chose to poke more fun at itself than be faithful to the tone of the original series. What if the Bradys lived in the 90s? Some huge laughs, but overall swamped by the mean spirited tone and the cliche plot involving Michael McKean trying to run the Bradys out of town. The sequel is MUCH better.
(ru) wrote: This movie is the television approach to 8 1/2, more satirical, more critical and more nostalgic. It was really heart-warming to see two legends of Italian cinema, gracing TV and basically abandoning it, for it was a failure all the while, never able to match cinema.
(jp) wrote: The only wholly blacklisted film in American cinema, financed, written, and filmed by the Hollywood Ten. An unbelievably progressive filmic attack on the status quo of the 1950's. Superb.
(br) wrote: Great feel good movie!
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