The story of the voyage of the "Mayflower" in its historic voyage across the Atlantic to the New World. The passenger list includes John Alden and Priscilla Mullins among those who made the 96-day storm-filled crossing. Along the way the Captain has an ill-starred romance with the wife of a religious fanatic that ends in a sudden, dramatic way off the coast of Cape Cod.
- Stars:Spencer Tracy, Gene Tierney, Van Johnson, Leo Genn, Barry Jones, Dawn Addams, Lloyd Bridges, Noel Drayton, John Dehner, Tommy Ivo, Lowell Gilmore, The Mayflower,
- Director:Clarence Brown,
- Writer:Ernest Gebler (novel), Helen Deutsch (screenplay)
Trials and tribulations beset the one hundred odd settlers that journey to Virginia in 1620 including unexpectedly arriving in Plymouth, Massachusetts. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: another woody Allen film about two friends who decide they are going to be the last gigolo in Brooklyn. its twisted, funny and honest.
(es) wrote: My girlfriend was in this movie, for all of 10 seconds, if that, so I think I can give a fair and unbiased review of this flick. For a low budget, locally made spoof, "Stripperland" was surprisingly well done. All the easily recognizable characters from "Zombieland" are here, and the plot doesn't stray too far, so there's no real need for a synopsis. The acting was sufficient to occasionally make me forget I was watching a low budget movie, and the gore turned out better than I anticipated. If "Stripperland" were readily available at my local video store, or on Nflix or something, I'd rent it so I could see it again - and not because my girlfriend is in it. She just gets to attack and take a chunk out of the pizza boy...
(de) wrote: Heartbreaking and profoundly beautiful, this film is a reminder to all of the horrors humans are still capable of.
(kr) wrote: Hurrah....at last a film I want to see....yay
(it) wrote: Maybe you had to see it when it came out. I enjoyed this, it was an interesting twist on gothic horror, but I felt like it dropped the ball on the psychological / grief aspect to chase a story that was less interesting. I also disagreed with the movie's decision to punish who they punish in the end, I thought he was actually also a victim in a lot of ways of the true evil doer......
(kr) wrote: This movie was alright in parts.
(kr) wrote: It's Final Fantasy VII, the one entry into the legendary franchise that basically gave the Playstation, the bane of Nintendo's existence, a head start. If you want to have a great experience in the Final Fantasy world of Gaia...Go play FFVII. This movie was bad. Not unbearable, but it felt convoluted and didn't make sense.
(ag) wrote: i would have killed them too
(nl) wrote: words cannot describe the utter absurdity of this film, so i will not even try
(ca) wrote: no thanks not my thing
(gb) wrote: A pretty good 70s flick with an exceptional ending..
(ag) wrote: A most amusing romp.
(mx) wrote: Decent entry in the Hammer Frankenstein series that does attempt to be original and forego the traditional build a man from spare parts storyline. In this film, Frankenstein's learns how to preserve the soul after body dies and then to place the soul in a new body. Of course, Frakenstein ends up placing a man's soul into the body of his dead lover and all sorts of revenge shinnanigans ensue. An ample use of guillotines and some twisted surprises make this a memorable entry in the series.
(ru) wrote: ~Vera Cruz(TM) is a stylishly shot though somewhat stereotypical western about a group of Americans recruited by the Emperor Maximilian to help escort a countess to the port of Vera Cruz. One of those Americans, Joe Erin, is played by a smiling Burt Lancaster as a smarmy, greedy, selfish, schemer who lives by the following motto, which he took from a man who ran a gambling join in Laredo whom he later murdered: Don(TM)t take any chances you don(TM)t hafta, don(TM)t trust anybody you don(TM)t hafta trust and don(TM)t do no favours you don(TM)t have to do.? Erin(TM)s is the most cynical possible world view and when he discovers the three million dollars worth of gold under the floorboards of the stagecoach meant to buy more troops and supplies for the increasingly tenuous Mexican emperor which is the true cargo he(TM)s been enlisted to protect he immediately begins to plot a way to steal the gold. With him is Ben Trane, an ex-Confederate soldier who, like Joe, has come to Mexico to earn his stake but unlike Joe has some feeling for human dignity which makes him vulnerable to sympathizing with the native Juaristas who are fighting against the European born and supported Emperor Maximilian. I can(TM)t even begin to explain all of the scheming and plotting that goes on among the Americans, the Mexicans and the members of the Emperor(TM)s court and it(TM)s frankly difficult to keep track of all the alliances and double crossing. But it all comes down to the kind of shoot-out that Sergio Leone put under the microscope a few years later in classics like ~Once Upon a Time in the West.(TM) This is the source material for later revisionist Westerns which have more depth and more focused themes. It(TM)s all here, from gunplay, to shooting contests, to pinned-down wagon trains. Erin helpfully wears black throughout the film, just in case his casual taking of child hostages doesn(TM)t clue the audience into his fundamentally evil nature, but Lancaster has a lot of fun playing this bad guy who has a sort of pure unadulterated love of gold. Gary Cooper(TM)s Ben Trane balances things out with his values which are grounded in humanity while the court of Maximilian is decadent and riding for a fall. Some of the direction rises above the material, like a shot of Erin(TM)s black hat foregrounded in front of a panorama of white clad Mexican revolutionaries, vividly cutting off this greedy, selfish character from the brotherhood of man, and the whole film was shot in Mexico making for an authentic setting and atmosphere for this story of greed and betrayal. But it(TM)s an otherwise representative 1950s Western that doesn(TM)t offer much in the way of originality in theme, character or plot.
(au) wrote: Finding the Spirit in a Hollow SoulDr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas is nothing short of a classic representation that there is good in everyone, it just takes time and effort to find it. This extra-ordinary Christmas story written by the well respected Dr. Seuss is brought from comics to life by director Ron Howard who puts his own twist and taste to the story.Jim Carrey, the Grinch, is a citizen of Whoville, a place only found within a snowflake that reveres Christmas more than any other day of the year. Judging by outward appearance the Grinch doesn't fit in, he is a furry green man who hates Christmas. Now the Grinch wasn't always this way, we find this out through the efforts of one little girl named Cindy Lou Who, played by actress Taylor Momsen, in her efforts to solve the mystery as to why the Grinch hates Christmas she begins interviewing many of the citizens whom have shared relations with the Grinch. In the set of interviews we find the Mayor of Whoville, Mayor May Who who could be the main source of the Grinch's hatred of this Holliday as Mayor May Who actively bullied the Grinch all throughout school and specially on Christmas, because they both had a crush on the same girl Martha May Whovier.Martha May Whovier shares the time at a Christmas party where the Grinch was ridiculed by the class because of the gift he brought to her, he destroyed the party and ran away never to be seen again as he climbed Mt. Krampus a forbidden place to go. The years went by and he became nothing but a story and a symbol of anti Christmas spirit. For Cindy Lou there was a simple solution, befriend the Grinch and invite him to the 1000th Whobilation as the Whoville Holliday Cheermeister. Although this was a genuine thought it turned out to be disastrous as he terrorized the party and later that night on Christmas Eve the Grinch makes his move to steal all the presents in the town leaving nothing behind. As the city mourns in the morning the Grinch makes his way to the top of Mt Krampus, Cindy Lou decides to visit the Grinch in a last minute attempt to change him, which turns out to be the successful attempt as the grinch experiences a change of heart (literally). The Grinch begins to feel the love of Christmas and finally understands the meaning of it, its not about the gifts but the people that are in your life. Overall a chilling story to bring together a family around Christmas time where we can all learn to never judge another person because of what they look like or how they act, we can all change.
(jp) wrote: Dennis Hopper stars as a young sailor who is on leave at a small sea-shore town in California. He meets Mora (Linda Lawson), a young slightly odd woman, who he immediately falls in love with. During this courtship he begins to notice odd things leading him to begin to question if Mora isn't human but is some type of succubus from the sea. Night Tide is a moody, atmospheric oddity that is one of those films that seems to have been forgotten with time. Centrally the film deals a lot with Loneliness as the sailor early on just seems to be looking for some type of connection. There really is some great atmosphere created around this mystery and the film continually keeps the viewer guessing much like our main protagonist. The film's score was another odd aspect of the film, with this 60's beatnik jazz type music which was fun but felt sorta out of place to me. One part I really loved was a particularly nightmare sequence where our protagonist is essentially engaged in Octo-sex; it's creepy yet strangely hilarious.