The Big Show
At the Texas Centennial in Dallas Autry confuses two girls by being himself and his own stunt double. When cowboy star Tom Ford disappears, Wilson gets his double Gene Autry to impersonate him. But Ford owes gangster Rico $10,000 and Rico arrives to collect. He fails to get the money but learns that Autry is an impersonator and now blackmails Wilson and his movie studio. Original version runs 71 minutes, edited version runs 59 minutes.
- Stars:Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Kay Hughes, Sally Payne, William Newell, Max Terhune, Charles Judels, Sons of the Pioneers, The Jones Boys, The Beverly Hillbillies, The Light Crust Doughboys, Champion, Rex King, Harry Worth, Mary Russell,
- Director:Mack V. Wright, Joseph Kane,
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The Big Show torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: This was an understated, nuanced coming of age movie that benefits from a smart script and a great performance from Julia Garner. She does an incredible job here really and she conpletely becomes this soft-spoken and almost ethereal character who's searching for her child's father. The mystery of the film comes in the fact that you never get to find out who the father is, so the film leads you to believe that the pregnancy itself was, in fact, due to immaculate conception. Or maybe she was raped and the experience was so traumatic that she put it out of her mind and associated the song on the blue tape to the pregnancy. She spends the entire movie searching for who sang the song, as she believes he got her pregnant through music. It sounds a little silly, but considering her upbringing, it's more understandable and makes the character more empathetic, you root for her as she searches for her independence and to lead the life that she wants and not the life that is chosen for her. So I found the narrative to be really effective with some really strong character development. The supporting cast of characters are also pretty damn good with a great cast, so that's a positive as well. If there's one complaint I have about the film, it's that the story is almost a little too perfect and coincidental for my tastes. Her search for her baby's father culminates in her meeting her actual father, the guy that sang on the blue tape. That was a little too perfect for my tastes. And she finds this man almost on a whim. It's not like she did an investigation and all her leads led her to him. No, she just followed him on a whim, after hearing the song playing from his car, and it was a little absurd to me. I realize that Rachel, has led a very sheltered life and she should know, especially after she left her community, that there's a massive chance that the blue tape she has isn't the only one in existence. So that part of the film felt a little contrived to me, it's just solved too perfectly. Almost as if they forgot to fill in the holes. But I digress, this is still a really good movie with some excellent performances and direction.
(fr) wrote: Very heart touching movie
(us) wrote: best movie i have ever seen love it
(fr) wrote: [font=Arial]I really enjoy the Barber Shop sitcom. Sprung is its poor cousin. Or, if John Lennon were writing this silly review, "A dirty, stinking, little yellow fascist bastard of a Spaniard of a movie. With crabs."[/font][font=Arial]Baadasssss! shows Mario van Peebles' father running around desperately trying to secure funding for the first Blaxploitation flick, while trying to maintain his dignity and artistic licence. Mario must have done very much the same with this project, but he is a blockhead with a penchant for style and machismo that do nothing for the films he's in. I think his father may have been embarrassed.[/font][font=Arial]I've started [i]Travels with Charley in Search of America[/i], by John Steinbeck. I enjoy books in the vein of [i]OntheRoadFearandLoathinginLasVegasEasyRiderTheRoadtoWiganPier[/i], and [i]Travels[/i] seems like it'll be fun. Anyone read it?[/font]
(ca) wrote: This movie is crazy meta!
(es) wrote: Please God, when I have to defend my life let me have Lee Grant!
(jp) wrote: It goes from being kinda funny to way serious very quickly. I couldn't decide if it was a comedy or a drama
(fr) wrote: A story that it doesn't interest.
(ag) wrote: Awesome sci-fi film from Roger Corman. The special effects of the x-ray vision are classically cheesy, but the films explores the implications of the technology in a fully in-depth manner. The doc begins by being able to see through objects and, of course, people's clothes. Then, he becomes capable of seeing into people's bodies in order to assess their physical ailments. Ultimately, his super-vision allows Corman to question the nature of morality and the implications of a man who can see into the very heart of existence.
(es) wrote: Makes a fantastic companion piece to Lumet's Network
(jp) wrote: Best part of this movie is Orson Welles's 20 minute diatribe against capital punishment; it makes the movie worth watching. Unfortunately, the rest of the movie doesn't have any tension or forward movement.
(it) wrote: Movie night with Iris.What can i say - the finest teen flick ever made. First love, trials of secondary school; and gangly puberty never bettered. And Clare Grogan in a beret.Iris loved it. Bella bella.
(kr) wrote: A perfect origin story, and the perfect start to set the definition of the MCU!
(br) wrote: Weird that I've not heard of this movie until now...big name stars also. Perhaps this fell prey to the lack of big-movie marketing? Regardless, I thought it was excellent. PSH does a great job as always. Gosling does a good job of being semi-mysterious and un-emotional, but it works for this one. Good coming-of-age (in a politics kind of way) story.