Now and Forever

Now and Forever

Young freewheeling wanderer Jerry Day and his beautiful wife Toni are at odds over their lifestyle. Jerry can't accept responsibility but Toni yearns for a family and a settled life. Then the Days 'rediscover' Jerry's young daughter Pennie, who has been living with his rich deceased wife's family. Pennie appears to be just what Jerry needs to mend his swindling ways and lead a straight life. Despite the responsibility of his new family, Jerry is swayed by the corruptible influence of jewelry thief Felix Evans. When Evans lures Jerry into a job, it puts the continuation of his new family life at risk.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:81 minutes
  • Release:1934
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:little girl,  

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Ian G (ca) wrote: A very engaging doc which is quite remarkable from the sense that it hits on a lot of his activism to break various sexual taboos, social taboos along with various causes of the time regarding racial relations and such rather than focusing strictly on the company and the brand that he founded. Very well spoken and it is quite interesting all of the subjects they brought into speak regarding him, most surprising has to be George Lucas. Biggest thing bout it is the span of the time they cover and the frankness. Full marks.

Kerry K (mx) wrote: An authentic British film about a day in the life of Shifty, a young Muslim drug dealer. Well acted and very realistic, I like the way it was set in a suburb as I felt it made it a lot more convincing. Shifty is a well brought up and clever young man, which makes a big difference to the usual stereotype of this way of life being put down to a damaged childhood or poor background. The whole film is very understated and character driven, no over the top violence or gangster type scenes. An urban gem.

Oliver N (ru) wrote: Quantum Of Disappointment Review: QOS reminds me of that sandwich you get from a friend when you forget your lunch... and you don't like the filling, so instead you just nibble at the bread and pretend to like it. In this case, Casino Royale and Skyfall are the bread, and Quantum Of Disappointment is the filling. I'm not saying the movie was astonishingly awful for a sequel (Good Day to Die Hard, Die Another Day, anyone?) but the confusing action sequences and Bourne-like feel took away the vital elements for a Bond movie. The suave of Casino Royale had disappeared to be replaced with lots of action, and a Bond girl who was pretty much just tagging along. But the action was good, with the hotel scene at the end, as well as small little references to past Bond movies (being suffocated in oil was a favourite). Overall, a decent movie, but a disappointment in comparison to its predecessor and successors.Verdict: C+

Darshana S (mx) wrote: well it seems nice.......

Jude B (kr) wrote: Finally a Filipino film that doesn't drive me to a major migraine, despite the misleading title. Based on the cover, I thought this was going to be another corny, melodramatic one. It's great, and a benchmark in Philippine cinema for being the first to shoot on Kodak Eastman. Looks great.

Jason K (fr) wrote: meh. graded well (hated the flashback stuff though), story/whole just didnt do much for me, though im normally not a fan of watching junkie type stories or people who cheat and lie, so- kinda everything about this film. Odd casting choices for some roles as well which just seemed off (in a Brad Pitt 12 years kinda way).

Alan L (de) wrote: Plot is weak but it's a very entertaining action movie.Highly recommended for flixsterer who is an action movie's fans.

Phillip D (gb) wrote: After the trainwreck that was The Polar Express, you would think Zemeckis had learned his lesson but alas, he had not. Beowulf is more of the same for the most part, lifeless and jerky in animation and utterly charmless as a film that has the gall to animate over the actual faces of its exceptionally talented cast. For some odd reason the critics liked this go around but the audiences weren't fooled and clearly they were right, as Beowulf has faded almost entirely from the public eye ever since it was released. This movie is such an incredible abortion I'm surprised the conservatives didn't try and ban it entirely.

Darrin C (de) wrote: One of the "so bad that it's good" movies. Yeah, it's pretty terrible, but good to make fun of on one of those nights where there's nothing to do.

Jonathan R (ru) wrote: I've watched a lot of versions of this story and I think this version is the best by far. I recommend this movie to anyone interested in this crime.

Eric R (ag) wrote: Ken Russell's Mahler takes place on a single train ride between Gustav Mahler and his wife, Alma, as they confront the reasons for their faltering marriage and love for one and other. Besides this shell of a structure, Russell opts to through all narrative out the window, focusing on Mahler's emotions and feelings which lead him to where he is. Through a ton of flashbacks, some very surreal, we see how Mahler's past has shaped his present. I really like this idea of Mahler's personal life being in turmoil because of his art. The film shows us how he sacrifices everything-His marriage, his children, his religion for the sake of his music. There are so many memorable scenes from Mahler's interpretation of his death, capturing all the insecurities and pessimism, to the sequence where Mahler embraces Catholicism, which was just hilarious and fun. Russell's disdain for Catholicism is in full effect during that sequence. Pretty much every frame, every composition has a purpose in showing us something about Mahler's life. The scene where he witnesses his father cheating on his mother is a perfect example of Russell's heave use of symbolism-the pitch fork laying perfectly on the center of the young boy's forehead, the image piercing deep into a young Mahler's mind. From an emotional standpoint, I found sequences to be incredibly effective, particularly the small scene about the death of his daughter. I found this film to be more focused and less zany than films like Lisztomania and Tommy, and while I like those films a lot too, this one reached me far more on an emotional level. Thinking about it, this could very well be my favorite film of Kevin Russell's which I have seen..