The Ex-Mrs. Bradford

The Ex-Mrs. Bradford

Relations between Dr. 'Brad' Bradford and ex-wife Paula are surprisingly romantic. They divorced because Brad hated being dragged into murder mysteries, to which mystery writer Paula is addicted. But through horse trainer Mike North, Brad is embroiled in the case of a jockey who died of "heart failure" during a race. As they pursue clues, Paula pursues Brad for remarriage, and assorted hoods pursue the Bradfords.

Screwball comedy has wealthy mystery writer Paula Bradford using her doctor ex-husband's non-payment of alimony to coerce him into a reconciliation. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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jeroen v (jp) wrote: best use of 3D I have seen so far and fortunately there is this far fetched albino crocodile thingybit at the end to make it a real Herzog film. I reckon this film is the reason Attenborough is now also going into 3D!

Nikil A (it) wrote: good movie about relationship...worth a watch

James J (fr) wrote: Hilarious, akward, touching, and a damn good movie. Tom Wilkinson gives the performance of his LIFE!

Luke W (ru) wrote: A rough yet interesting documentary about two comedians with differing amounts of success. Jerry Seinfeld tries out new jokes and pals around with other famous comedians, while the unknown Orny Adams battles frustration at the bottom of the barrel.

Jessica B (it) wrote: "Ann Bowman invented orgies! Anne Bowman invented Virgin Sacrifice! ...Anne Bowman invented REVENGE!!!"

Gimena S (jp) wrote: Amazing to explain the change over of Hong Kong in human form.

Lee G (mx) wrote: I had a poster of this film on my wall for a long time. I loved it in my teens, I haven't rewatched it since.

visitorQ S (it) wrote: WTF! Loved the ending. 4/5

S L (ru) wrote: 30 April 2003no recollectionI seem to find John Wayne usually entertaining.

Aj V (it) wrote: Although the tape I rented was of bad quality, I was able to see that this was a great movie, I loved it. It's a twist on the story of the guy who dies but gets another chance by going back to earth. It's really worth checking out.

Orlok W (kr) wrote: Good actors can take rough dialogue and make it Hamlet's 3rd soliloquy--Robert Duvall is Still a Star!!

Jim S (de) wrote: I was a huge fan of Monty Python when I was a youngster. I would watch it all the time on TV when my mother would let me. This is a perfect example of how hilarious and groundbreaking these guys were.

Bjrn F (gb) wrote: Lack of logic aside - it rocks!

Savoy C (ru) wrote: Tim Burton spooks us all again, this time in his animated film "Corpse Bride" (2005). Using stop-motion-animation, this film includes all the elements of a classic Tim Burton cinematic experience: music, heavy make-up, dark scenery, Johnny Depp, and Helena Bonham Carter. Depp and Carter work flawlessly together as the voices of the main characters Victor and his corpse bride, Emily. This is not surprising, since they have appeared together in almost every movie produced by Burton in the past few decades. Joining them is Emily Watson, who plays Victor's fiance, Victoria. After a rehearsal wedding gone awry, Emily pulls Victor into the world of the dead! Terrified, Victor's only goal is to return to his true love Victoria, in the world of the living. The tale that follows is harrowed with love, deception, passion, betrayal, joy, and sorrow. Burton provides us with a world in which the dead are more alive than the living. The gothic, twisted features sported by the many characters, as well as the spiraling, Victorian settings are faintly unsettling, and add to the overall effect. The film is aimed for a young audience, however, this musical extravaganza is one that anyone will enjoy!

Kyle N (it) wrote: A poignant descent into madness. Must see for Kaufman fans.

Ben L (de) wrote: Out of the Past is the story of a private eye who's being pursued by the mistakes of his past because of one job he failed to do right. It's probably the ultimate film noir, as it fits every stereotype of the genre. I love the 3 primary cast members of the film, and they are perfect for their roles. Robert Mitchum looks and acts just like a street smart gumshoe who can often be one step ahead of everyone else. He is the essence of cool. Kirk Douglas is the ideal gambler/mobster. He has a charm to his performance, but also gives off an air of strength that helps you see why Mitchum might not want to cross him. However the best casting was Jane Greer. She is absolutely gorgeous and it is simple to see why men fall in love with her and also believe whatever she says. It is one of the most intriguing femme fatale performances because as a viewer I bought everything she was saying as well, so I was in the same boat with the characters, never knowing when she could be trusted. As long as I'm talking about cast, though, I do have to complain about one decision they made. There was another woman who played an accountant or something and she looks way too much like Jane Greer to the point where I was genuinely confused if it was the same person they were calling by another name. For about 5 scenes in a row I didn't know which woman I was watching, and that should not happen in a movie that already has enough plot complexity.Out of the Past looks great and, as with most noir, the cinematographer did a great job of utilizing darkness and shadows to add intrigue to various scenes. I also have never mentioned this because I'm not a fan of smoking, but the way that cigarette smoke adds a haziness to the atmosphere in these films is extremely appropriate. I did enjoy this story, but it is one where I really got annoyed with the end, so I'll have to warn that spoilers are coming now. One of the troubles with all the movies from this era (at least as I understand it) is that the Production Code that was in place dictated that bad guys couldn't get away with it. This is a particular problem for noir films as most of the characters ride the line between good and bad. However in Out of the Past I was excited because it seemed that Mitchum's character had kept his nose clean enough to survive, and yet they kill him off at the end. It's not a deal-breaker that makes me hate the film, but it is one thing that rubbed me the wrong way and kept this from being something special in my book. Still, Out of the Past is a great entry in the genre, and it is one I would gladly watch again.