The Gang's All Here
Playboy Andy Mason, on leave from the army, romances showgirl Edie Allen overnight to such effect that she's starry-eyed when he leaves next morning for active duty in the Pacific. Only trouble is, he gave her the assumed name of Casey. Andy's eventual return with a medal is celebrated by his rich father with a benefit show featuring Eadie's show troupe, at which she's sure to learn his true identity...and meet Vivian, his 'family-arrangement' fiancée. Mostly song and dance.
- Stars:Alice Faye, Carmen Miranda, Phil Baker, Benny Goodman, Benny Goodman Orchestra, Eugene Pallette, Charlotte Greenwood, Edward Everett Horton, Tony De Marco, James Ellison, Sheila Ryan, Dave Willock, Bando da Lua,
- Director:Busby Berkeley,
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The Gang's All Here torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Beautifully disturbing imagery mixed with strong and haunting performances. The Neon Demon is a very impressive film to look at but unfortunately suffers from a thin plot, and the slightly pretentious notion that it's more original than it actually is.
(ag) wrote: superb what a player
(de) wrote: Intriguing and mind blowing. It is a film about our fascination and fear of the future.
(nl) wrote: donnie yen is just great and delivers in this film. the action went well with the singing and visuals in the club. an unusual way to tell the back story but i liked that.
(ru) wrote: This looks freakin scary. My buddy mike morrissey saw it tonight and I had other plans. He is a big horror fan, and said even he jumped at a few parts. I will let him tell what he thought but it sounds good from what he is saying.
(jp) wrote: Stop making these movies
(ca) wrote: About as typical a brit romcom as they come, this just rises above the pack thanks to some genuinely funny moments performed by seasoned comedy performers (except Nicholls).
(jp) wrote: Never see this movie.
(au) wrote: Not bad. Felt very watered down, but still a good movie raising awareness of child prostitution. The young girl who plays 12 year old Holly is very good, as is Ron Livingstone as the man who tries to help her escape.
(es) wrote: it was ok but I thought first film was better, I don't want to see it again, Steve Irwin, Eddie Murphy, Lisa Kudrow (Friends) and Steve Zahn starred in it, it was an ok film but I don't want it on DVD
(nl) wrote: Story, characters and plot ?? week, but for an Imax movie I was expecting this IMAX Effects and camera shots are impressive. A must see from this point of view.
(nl) wrote: This is a guilty pleasure for me. It is a bit ridiculous, but I still find parts of it funny. Something about John Lithgow manages to entertain me no matter how good or bad the movie is.
(gb) wrote: Review In A Nutshell:La Jete is the story about a man who is used as a guinea pig for the leaders of the underground civilization, situated under destroyed and radioactive Paris. Their goal is to send him back in time and in the future in order to save the present.The film explores the idea of time travel in a very effective way, but sadly I felt the film fails to make it clear, at least for me anyways, on what the travelling man's goal is in order to save the current human civilization. If the film didn't have that objective then this would have been an interesting human drama that captures a sense of time that have been lost and what it meant for the protagonist.The protagonist's journey back in time allowed him to reach onto a particular moment in time where things were simpler, and beauty can be found in every corner, and people could live with one another in harmony. I found this element to be highly interesting because everyone has that one image from their past that they hold onto dearly, as that one beautiful image explains everything about that particular period in time, it doesn't need anything else to support it. If the film used this idea as the main anchor for the film's narrative then I would praised this film at the same level that others have been giving towards this film.During my second visit to this film, I was able to pick up something that wasn't so clear to me during my first viewing, and this was the selfishness of humanity. This theme may not be highly emphasised as compared to the other themes and ideas that the film touches on, but it does hit and change one's perspective of the film when it's realised. The scientists and leaders that send our protagonist back in time are selfish men who delude him into thinking that he would be helping all of mankind, instead he is sent to gain aid only for the "important" members of this community. These men seem to connect with some of the important figures of today, as they seem to be depicted as high figures who doesn't take responsibility for their previous action and continues on to use the people they have hurt as tools in remedying the situation. The high figures of this film are selfish enough to not send him back in time to reverse the damaging effects they have impacted on the world; instead they seem to have taken pride in their decision and have decided to just fix the situation by moving forward from where they currently stand. The film's ending practically just emphasises the selfishness of man, not caring what others felt or needed if it interferes with the needs of their own.Once our protagonist reaches the future, we are treated to an environment that doesn't speak a lot for itself; instead we are left to imagine what this place would truly look like. This concept was definitely ambitious and if the story element surrounding this scene was more interestingly written, then I would have been satisfied with how the film turns out.The film uses an interesting method in telling a story, as the director have chosen to replace motion photography to still photographs in order to tell this story. It works perfectly with the film's plot and it does give the audience an impression that we are looking through the mind of this man and we are able to feel the emotions that he feels towards certain things. I sometimes do agree with the idea that still images are much more beautiful than what is captured in motion picture as it gives the element of ambiguity that is sometimes lost during a moving picture. Seeing broken Paris in black and white still imagery creates a haunting look of an event that I wouldn't want to be seen in any point in the future. Shots in the underground were reliant on low-key lighting which I thought worked well and delivered the hopeless world that the director wants us to see and feel.The film's score was surprisingly moving. I initially thought the score might feel like a distraction as the still photography could limit a person's immersion to the film's world, but after seeing this the second time, it actually works wonderfully. The score didn't at all come out forceful and it swayed in a way that makes transition to different images feel smooth.La Jete is a film full of ambition, exploring ideas that are relevant even in the contemporary world and is delivered only roughly around 28 minutes. The film did have its problems but they were not strong or abundant enough to stop me from recommending this to others.
(jp) wrote: Great guilty pleasure movie!
(de) wrote: It fails to live up to the original, but Halloween II is still just as scary and intense. The kills are just as brutal, and Michael Myers is still terrifying. Donald Pleasence brings the same subtle strength to his performance, and the final showdown is expertly done.
(kr) wrote: Good movie with a very powerful message about America's ties to the middle east regarding oil.
(ag) wrote: "The Company You Keep" really wasn't too bad of a movie, but it had its weaknesses. The cast was wonderful, and I thought LaBeouf did a great job as the Shepard. Redford surprised me with his directing, The story had potential, but I thought it was weak and needed more to get its point across. I liked some of the twists; they weren't predictable. Overall decent