Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All
Lucy married at the turn of the last century, when she was fifteen and her husband was fifty. If Colonel William Marsden was a veteran of the "War for Southern Independence", Lucy became a "veteran of the veteran" with a unique perspective on Southern history and Southern manhood. Her story encompasses everything from the tragic death of a Confederate boy soldier to the feisty narrator's daily battles in the Home--complete with visits from a mohawk-coiffed candy-striper.
- Stars:Diane Lane, Donald Sutherland, Cicely Tyson, Anne Bancroft, Blythe Danner, E.G. Marshall, Gwen Verdon, Camille Cooper, Maureen Mueller, Kathryn Morris, Wil Horneff, Jesse Zeigler, Garette Ratliff Henson, Jordan Williams, Stephanie Astalos-Jones,
- Director:Ken Cameron,
- Writer:Allan Gurganus (novel), Joyce Eliason (teleplay)
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(ru) wrote: What a stupid movie!
(br) wrote: This Movie Sucked!!!!!!!!!!!!
(ag) wrote: An enjoyable film that was sporadically hilarious. Both lead actors appear in good form, and again work well along side one another. The film lost its way at times, and once or twice I was a little bored by their high pitched antics, but all in all I was glad to have seen it. The climactic scene is probably predictable to most but oddly enough I still found it tense and suspenseful. This is down to some clever editing and taut direction. Bueno.
(kr) wrote: Watching this again, I think it's as amazing as Two-Lane Blacktop. It's another brilliant, despairing, and eccentric road film about male repression and obsession. It has one of Warren Oates's best performances. A truly remarkable, little seen film.
(it) wrote: Lon Chaney Jr. plays an executed murderer who is brought back to life and seeks revenge. Not terribly original and pretty dull and predictable. Chaney looks tired and the movie feels more like something from the 40's than the mid-50's.
(de) wrote: This is a beautiful movie that needs to be watched within the context of the time that it was made, which also includes its melodamatic film technique. But it is a timeless story. When personal behavior does not adjust to set rules, they trigger social prejudices that lead to harsh judgment, marginalization and social exclusion.
(us) wrote: I get what it was trying to do, but it's overly long, uses a cliche way of telling its story and features two lead characters that are hard to care about and don't really change throughout the film. The acting is great and certain scenes are amazingly well done, but overall a bore of a movie that doesn't say much that hasn't already been said before by better-made films.
(ru) wrote: The dialogue is sharp, the acting and directing superb. It's a comedic gem that represents the Golden Era of Hollywood at its peak.
(gb) wrote: its a really great film frankly i am starting to think that rotten tomatoes is broken
(es) wrote: A Steaming Pile of Shit,Why did they have to add the fucking mermaids!That makes me hate this movie more,I'm Not Giving This Movie Half Star because Johnny Depp was hilarious and i like how some parts have been redone, That's not saying Much!Score: 2/10
(jp) wrote: Peyton: "Give me that baby or I'll bash your skull in!"
(au) wrote: It's my favorite movie to watch in December
(fr) wrote: This was pretty awesome. A drug turns off the voice in people's heads that stop them from doing stuff. The whole island then becomes a scene right out of crazy town. I was really hoping this would lead into something like the "Crossed" comic for the next movie. Where it becomes a contagious zombie like crazy disease.