The Happiest Days of Your Life
Nutbourne College, an old established, all-boys, boarding school is told that another school is to be billeted with due to wartime restrictions. The shock is that it's an all-girls school that has been sent. The two head teachers are soon battling for the upper hand with each other and the Ministry. But a crisis (or two) forces them to work together.
- Stars:Alastair Sim, Margaret Rutherford, John Turnbull, Richard Wattis, John Bentley, Guy Middleton, Percy Walsh, Arthur Howard, Edward Rigby, Harold Goodwin, Gladys Henson, Muriel Aked, Joyce Grenfell, Bernadette O'Farrell, Myrette Morven,
- Director:Frank Launder,
Chaos ensues for staff and students alike when an all-boys and an all-girls school are amalgamated into one. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: What a crap. 2 hours wasted. So-called 3D+4K+120fps camera advertising is totally unnecessary but to cheat your money. As I said, ethnic Chinese directors shouldn't shoot 2 kinds of movies, one is the war movie, another is the sci-fi.It's not a movie about what anti-war blar blar blar, it's simply a story about how the noobs be prepared and become war machines. The politics? The director know nothing, the leftists know nothing, you know nothing.
(ru) wrote: easy come, easy go, easy to say no,i`m not gonna wait in the row. it was a very well directed movie and i guess we`re gonna hear a lot more about this olivier dahan but the movie itself, i mean the story is not much of a thing to bite on. it is a standard movie with good actors and actresseswho do their job well but what can you get out of a story about a mother in wheel chair who has a stupid friend who sees and talks to the ghosts and these strange couples get on a road trip to see the girl`s son half way across the country? i mean it is old stuff, no matter how well you`ve made it, with a little impatience from the audience the whole thing you`ve made will tear apart.btw i liked it and was patient with it cause i like renee zellweger and forest whitaker and i don`t know what happens if you don`t have a self interest in this special matter. i was so excited about renee singing a real song and surprisingly singing it in a good way.......it`s just woooooooooooWWW!
(de) wrote: If the Elite Hunting (Hostel) group was real, I would torture my person by showing them this movie. It is the cinematic equivalent to a blow torch to the face. I dare anyone to finish this garbage. There is nothing redeeming.
(jp) wrote: Dont over think it. It's crude and simple humor. Cripes it's been 5 years already?
(mx) wrote: Dis is one of those movies black people need to see. It's so powerful that they stop making it. Think about it they don't want u to know your history.
(gb) wrote: An quasi epic tale about a conflict between three viking warrior-kings, intertwined with a love and passion for vengenance. Mario Bava take on the topic has a lot of fight scenes with sharp twists of action. Rather superficial screenplay, but directed with a lot of interest in the subject :)
(us) wrote: It took me three, count 'em, THREE tries to get through this movie without shutting it off or falling asleep on it. If that doesn't alert you to the quality of the film, I don't know what will. Gorgo is Britain's answer to Godzilla, and it fails miserably on every front. Whereas Godzilla was more about the subtext and the characters involved, this film is more about the monsters. That's right, monsters, with an s on the end. Gorgo's mother is the one who causes a lot of the mayhem and the film should have been named after her instead. The film was also shown on what I consider to be one of the least-interesting episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000. The film just isn't good, and there's nothing positive to really say about it.
(gb) wrote: Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison was released in 1957 by 20th Century Fox in the CinemaScope format. Based upon a novel by Charles Shaw. the film stars Robert Mitchum as Mr. Allison, a marooned marine, and Deborah Kerr as Sister Angela, a sweet but cautious nun. The two meet on an island during World War II and must stick together in order to stay hidden from the Japanese. The film was directed by John Huston, who also directed The African Queen. Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison feels sort of like a companion piece to The African Queen as they have similar aspects, most notably the notion of two unlikely people coming together during overwhelming times. Whereas The African Queen focused on an eventually blossoming romance, Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison charts a different path for itself. Both Deborah Kerr and Robert Mitchum give terrific performances as their unlikely relationship blossoms into something more. The score for the film is perhaps its greatest flaw. It comes off as out of place at times, especially during any scenes involving Mitchum's character hiding from Japanese soldiers. At times it drives the lightheartedness of the story home, but at other times it just feels plain unnecessary. A better example of this would be during the opening credits. We see Mitchum's character in a raft floating aimlessly at sea as the credits fade in and out, signifying that he has been at sea for quite some time. Unfortunately, the score also fades in and out, and it's very unsettling, to say the least. It's effective at grabbing one's attention, but I don't think that it's what the director had in mind at the time. Despite the film drawing strong comparisons to Huston's other unconventional love story The African Queen or, to a lesser degree, Black Narcissus, Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison is its own entity. Huston's strong direction and Kerr and Mitchum's excellent performances make the film one of the cinema's most unlikely minimalist love stories.
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(gb) wrote: Can't believe the score is so low for this movie. Incredible jokes, great physical humor. Not just another stupid SNL movie. Really keeps you laughing and is one of the most quotable experiences ever.