Daisy Gamble, an unusual woman who hears phones before they ring, and does wonders with her flowers, wants to quit smoking to please her fiancé, Warren. She goes to a doctor of hypnosis to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
On a Clear Day You Can See Forever
Under hypnosis while trying to quit smoking, the main character Daisy Gamble revisits past lives and different personalities
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Hatem A (jp) wrote: 2.0/4.0 Woody Allen's follow-up to "Bananas" is also slapstick in a way and of course absurd but doesn't work as well as its predecessor. It is comprised of seven sequences (four featuring Allen) each a little over 10 minutes all discussing sexual topics. Some work better than others with the end result a mixed bag. The most memorable (and sickest segment) is the second one titled "What Is Sodomy?" with Gene Wilder playing a doctor who falls for an Armenian patient's sheep. The last segment inside the human body titled "What Happens During Ejaculation?" featuring Burt Reynolds as a switchboard operator and Allen as a sperm is also very original. Other segments were really stale in my opinion particularly the first segment titled "Do Aphrodisiacs Work?" with Allen's medieval court clown trying to seduce Lynn Redgrave's queen and the sixth segment titled "Are the Findings of Doctors and Clinics Who Do Sexual Research and Experiments Accurate?" with Allen as a researcher and Heather MacRae as a journalist who visit mad scientist John Carradine. That segment pays homage to Frankenstein and other horror movies and involves a huge boob! Third segment titled "Why Do Some Women Have Trouble Reaching an Orgasm?" tries to pay homage to Fellini-esque Italian cinema with Louise Lasser as a woman married to Allen who can only have an orgasm in public tries to fly but doesn't soar. Segment four titled "Are Transvestites Homosexuals?" with Lou Jacobi as a cross-dressing middle-aged married man is too brief to deliver. Same for segment six "What Are Sexual Perverts?" that takes a game show format where panelists (including Regis Philbin) try to guess contestants' sexual perversions. Parodies psychiatrist's David Reuben's book of the same name. The opening sequence with white rabbits to the tune of Cole Porter's "Let's Misbehave" is quite memorable.
Joshua L (ag) wrote: I didn't like the movie but the acting is really good.
Diane K (au) wrote: I thought this was one of the more interesting films I have ever seen. I was introduced to it by my son who takes pleasure in presenting this kind of completely overlooked gem to me on occasion. It has actually been a couple of years now that I saw it, but I still think of this often. Its that good.
Tim S (mx) wrote: Very funny man with classic routines.
Saidat D (es) wrote: I remember I was sooo confused in this movie...I was like, 13 when I saw it though, maybe it's good and I just don't remember it, but I vaguely recall renting it only because of Colin Firth only to be hugely disappointed. I might have to reevaluate now that I actually have some kind of taste in movies...
Red L (au) wrote: I didn't find Paper Moon that predictable. I enjoyed the twists and turns of the plot and I enjoyed the acting of Madeline Stowe and Ed Harris, the two main characters. I guess crime doesn't pay...
Kaitlyn B (jp) wrote: Cute movie. The lady is so ugly for Alan though and she is not a good actress. Her screaming is so annoying! But the story line is sad and lovely. Dragged on a bit. I really enjoyed Alan and his fine acting. He was so handsome!
Bill M (ca) wrote: Crimewave is Sam Raimi's sophomore movie after his astonishing punky, DIY horror debut The Evil Dead, which if you know anything is of course a big deal. His first studio movie too, in which he teamed up with The Coen Brothers themselves to co-write and co-create, which is an even bigger deal. So you ask yourselves, why haven't I, the discerning film buff, heard of this holy union between talents, well thats because it was a painful disaster for all involved. For starters, the great Bruce Campbell, Rami's preferred lead, was vetoed by the studio and had to settle for a smaller part as well as his already in place producer role, obnoxious and boorish studio interference dogged the whole shoot and Rami was barred from the editing suite, were the movie was edited in a totally diffrent way to how he envisioned and then scored by a composer he didn't want. To this day Rami, Campbell and the Coen's totally disown and disregard the film, a year later the filmakers would go off on their own, no hard feelings remaining, newly emboldened by their bad experience and with more creative control and turn out respective masterpieces Evil Dead 2 and Raising Arizona. But actually finally seeing Crimewave, on the gorgeous new Shout Factory! blu release, i have to say that some flaws aside, it's a total fucking joy. It's like seeing Rami's Evil Dead slapstick accentuated and unfettered, pure Three Stooge's loving Rami off the leash, gifting us an unhinged live action loony toon's , filled to bursting with madcap invention and brilliant silliness. It can be shrill and a bit annoying here and there, but when it gets into full swing it's a nonstop roller-coaster of violent slapstick crossed with film noir , Bugs Bunny and a bit of Tom And Jerry. It sometimes feels like there's no limit to this films anarchic, crazy fun and wild, random set pieces.
Bill M (es) wrote: Someone needs to test film copyright law to see if "sampling" could be legal. Then the great crowd scene riffs could be reused to drive a better plot.
Bill B (nl) wrote: In a Film Noir mood the past few days, so I decided to dig into something else with Robert Ryan and UIda Lupino, and while I enjoyed it for the most part I was slightly put off by the fact that I felt as if we joined the story mid-stream and just got swept along with a soap opera's existing story instead of watching a stand-alone film.Worth a rental.
Susan P (ca) wrote: Sweet, beautifully acted, heart lifting.