The Men Who Made the Movies: Howard Hawks

The Men Who Made the Movies: Howard Hawks

An interview with the great studio director Howard Hawks

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:57 minutes
  • Release:1973
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:independent film,  

A documentary filmography of Howard Hawks, including lengthy footage of Hawks himself discussing his films and many clips from his best-known pictures. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kristine O (it) wrote: I was surprised it had decent ratings so I unfortunately started watching. If you like obnoxious high pitched ditzy voices then go for it.

Nilufer R (es) wrote: What was I thinking?! Trying to watch a movie rated 3.4 on IMDB. I had it coming but the poster looked interesting, oh and it was right; those boobs really stood out in the movie. Poor acting, silly plot, such an unnecessary effort for 100 minutes. Such a waste.

Ebony S (br) wrote: ... Just a so so storyline ... SAVED by Great songs and dancing!!

Babak I (de) wrote: Had some funny scenes but overall a real waste of time. It's your typical british comedy made on a real low budget!

Sean C (nl) wrote: Loved the cast - Ron Livingstone and Missi Pyle are two of the most undervalued actors going at present. Both here are excellent and the movie ticks along nicely, always surprising.

Steve W (au) wrote: Sicko is an eye opening film, because either you are American and you get to learn about the health care systems of Great Britain, France, and Cuba, or you are not American and get to see how bonkers it really is. I learned a thing or two from this, and it was mind boggling how awesome some European health care systems are. Michael Moore films usually have one over the top moment, and in this one it'd have to be the scene where he's on the boat with the people and he uses a megaphone to try and contact Guantanamo Bay prison. Either way, its a solid and informative movie.

Russell S (it) wrote: More enjoyable and involving than the previous installment, partly due to the added "daughter in peril" element and more satisfying moments of personal conversation between Mclane and the villain. The action is sometimes pushed to the limits required for the suspension of disbelief to remain intact and the whole truck sequence near the end was very overdone and silly. However, the movie as a whole managed to win me over enough to enjoy it on several more occasions since.

Ryan J (de) wrote: he was in coyote ugly. that movie was absolute runny poos

Brian T (jp) wrote: the early days of mischa

Pedro J (nl) wrote: this brilliant bill murray is from some other planet

Phani T (jp) wrote: It has a wonderful premise, that's not as wonderfully made use of. It's not a bad movie, but not great either. With nothing much to offer in the acting, or actions or SFX - this is just another movie with a great idea gone bad (not as bad as LXG, though).Ok watch.

Kyle M (es) wrote: The film follows an idea of a break-up that breaks the woman's heart and the man's relationship chains, or the other way around depends who's dumping whom. But Ivan Reitman, director of good comedies such as "Animal House" and "Ghostbusters," added something more painful to the man than how the woman received when she's a local superhero of New York (duh). So this becomes like a spoof to the superhero genre when the woman started goofing around with her powers against her ex-boyfriend who she considered a bad guy when he broke her heart.This goofiness behavior doesn't consider her a hero like any other with coolness (obviously since she's the main piece of spoofing the genre). Her time with the hero title is the everyday style than saving the world most of the show (kind of like the style Cartoon Network's "Teen Titans Go!" - don't know why I'm mentioning it - is going for while being called "a bunch of a-holes" from the "Guardians of the Galaxy" trailer).Uma Thurman portrays the superwoman. So the film is basically "Kill Bill" with superpowers whereas her "The Bride" character went hunting down her ex-husband and his gang after they'd massacred her family and friends. In this film, Thurman went goofing around with her powers on the guy that'd broke her heart. The guy that'd done that is Luke Wilson. "My Super Ex-Girlfriend" isn't the worst superhero film when it have okay key elements to the concept, but it's the most blandish with minimal comedy to it. Next to the film's pair is other good casted stars such as Rainn Wilson delivering most of the film's minimal comedy, Anna Farris as Wilson's rightful love interest, Eddie Izzard as the "villain," and Wanda Skyes as an easily misunderstood, disrespectful boss towards Wilson.It's okay to miss this. Your life won't get ruined or pick on by the superwoman. (B-)

Todd S (ru) wrote: In recent years, supernatural horror has become about gore and jump scares, these movies aren't scary anymore! Paranormal Activity, The Grudge, The Ring, are you kidding me?! Those movies were terrible! They don't make movies like Stir of Echoes anymore, this is a supernatural thriller, that was truly unsettling and creepy, the kind of film that defines what supernatural horror should be. Tom & Maggie are celebrating moving into a new house, and as the party is winding down, Maggie's sister claims to know something about the supernatural. Tom (Kevin Bacon) is a complete skeptic, so she offers to hypnotize him and see what happens. Reluctantly Tom agrees and after seeing some strange flashes, Tom wakes up unsettled but still a non-believer. Over the next few weeks, Tom continues to see strange images of a girl asking for his help and believes his sister in-law messed with his mind somehow. Once convinced that she had nothing to do with it, Tom decides to investigate and try to find out, who this girl is and why she's asking for help. This movie is truly scary because depending on what you believe in, this could be 100% real. Kevin Bacon is one of those actors who when he is in the right role is better than anyone, and this role is perfect for him. Bacon had me on the edge of my seat and it seemed as thou this movie just flew by. I wanted to know who this girl was and what happened to her just as much as he did. As for the paranormal stuff, it wasn't bloody, gory, and out of nowhere but it was just as creepy. This is the kind of film that left you jittery and uneasy for hours afterwards, the definitive horror movie. Bad reviews had me skeptical, but I am a skeptic no longer, Stir of Echoes will most definitely be included in my next Halloween movie marathon!

Steven S (us) wrote: In my opinion, this is the worst film Tom Cruise ever made! The 1953 original is much, much better! I would NOT recommend this movie to anyone!