Football player John Kent tags along as Huck Haines and the Wabash Indianians travel to an engagement in Paris, only to lose it immediately. John and company visit his aunt, owner of a posh fashion house run by her assistant, Stephanie. There they meet the singer Scharwenka (alias Huck's old friend Lizzie), who gets the band a job. Meanwhile, Madame Roberta passes away and leaves the business to John and he goes into partnership with Stephanie.

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Craig T (de) wrote: A cinematic gem. Not only is it a terrific little film, it contains what is arguably one of the finest screen performances I've ever seen. Holbrook is masterful. I don't begrudge Jeff Bridges his Oscar, but believe if this film had been as widely seen as his, he might have minimally needed to share the honors with Holbrook. See it. Please.

rhildur (au) wrote: Very enlightening, very enraging and incredibly shocking

Sam T (jp) wrote: Provocative film yet it is quite unwieldy in its presentation of linking Nazi ideals with contemporary corporate culture.

Allen G (ru) wrote: I don't speak French, yet I feel this film would make more sense without subtitles... It's interesting and has a creeping tension that's never over the top but it's stuck in the all-too-familiar realm of mixing reality with illusion to a frustrating and headache inducing extent. it simply isn't necessary to be this oblique- there's time spent creating an unease within normality and when it all stops being normal the unease becomes confusion and then disinterest. The performances are strong- I'm personally a big fan of Gainsbourg and she gives a typically good performance here. It doesn't change the fact that this is a slow frenzy of a film though- a strange beast that spends most of its time lying down instead of roaring around. It's fun to observe for a while but as it goes on the spectacle lessens. There's still much to see here- it's constantly intriguing and most scenes would work very well as stand-alone devices but the experience overall is no where near as smart. If ever there was a film a film that wasn't the sum of its parts, its this one.

Erica S (ca) wrote: kind of a dumb movie, but i am inspired to sing american pie before i get executedd

Clint C (it) wrote: A good look into the life of one of the 20th centuries most intriguing theologians.

David W (de) wrote: A film that feels like a time capsule every time you watch it. Great Soundtrack and amazing performance from Natalie Portman and Zachary Braff.

Giuliana L (de) wrote: There are some beautiful moments in this film, but other moments just ring false and overall it's uneven.

STCENTERPRISE (au) wrote: I liked how the film showed the differences between surfing from Snowboarding.

Angelina C (ca) wrote: A 1980s favorite romantic-comedy. It was sweet and memorable but predictable plot.

Brian H (gb) wrote: Just watched this classic B&W film from 1955 and was very impressed by it. Frank Sinatra and Kim Novak both gave outstanding perfomances. I can see why the heroin addition plot line probably turned a few heads back in those "Ozzie & Harriet" times ... still relevant today. If you have not watched it, check it out. Great jazz score. Darren McGavin gave a grand perfomance as the drug provider too ...

Laura L (mx) wrote: While frankly a little stupid at times, Date and Switch offers a refreshing take on the high school bro comedy with some excellent cameos from your favourite onscreen comedians.

Kevin M W (es) wrote: Charming and whimsical, herein is a call to separate from the lousy group that treats you badly, and to lovingly embrace yourself. If someone else wants to embrace you: that's even better. Wes Anderson on steroids.

Srood T (es) wrote: never stop looking for what is not there!

Danny M (es) wrote: As entertaining as watching vomit dry on a sidewalk.

Scott M (fr) wrote: An intelligent, entertaining film for its time. Since the Internet has become so ubiquitous in the past twenty years, Sneakers does not hold up as well today. The script is full of techno speak that may confound many people.