The film starring Rock Hudson, Robert Stack, Dorothy Malone is directed by Douglas Sirk. The film tells a relationship of a bizarre journalist and an adventurous pilot. They pass through challenges to understand each other. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Eric K (nl) wrote: Church was convincing, beginning to end. Real tear jerker.
Jordon J (us) wrote: This deeply human array of short films dealing with Communist Romania provides many a well-observed laugh and moment of hard-pressed economic truth. SEE IT!!!
Aaron D (kr) wrote: The theatrical cut was amazing, the unrated version just as great. The parts that stand out: the fantastic short "Blindsighted" brought to life and an additional scene after the theatricals ending. I wouldn't go as far as to say it was an alternate ending, just a fantastic scene that should've made the final theatrical version. Without giving away spoilers, this scene definitely ends on a cliffhanger, setting up another sequel perfectly.
Lucas N (gb) wrote: I'm not a hitman, but if I was, this would be my go to movie. It not only takes you on a fun romp through the lives of two lovable assassins, but gives you a glimpse into the psychological toll the two have to endure.
Lanky Man P (mx) wrote: You'd think with it being about toys that children would enjoy it, but they won't. So then you'd think adults would like it, but they won't.
James B (ag) wrote: Caught this tonight on cable. Saw it in theater on first release. Excellent fantasy adventure. Outstanding location shooting. Big change of pace for Ferris Bueller.
Harri K (kr) wrote: Mindlessly funny. Satisfying end.
Isabelle W (de) wrote: O filme tem seus belos momentos, mas sabe quando falta alguma coisa? Pois ento, faltou. Porm, destaque para a cena com o ex-marido da protagonista homenageando o samba. A cena mais linda do filme, pra mim.
David L (ag) wrote: The Shop on Main Street isn't well paced and it lacks focus as there are too many characters and subplots in it, but the film is otherwise very strong not only in score which is good, acting which is terrific and cinematography which is quite polished, but also in its main characters, some very charming scenes and the third act which is very dramatic, unforgettable and quite heartbreaking leading to one of the better war dramas.
Josh G (br) wrote: Yasujiro Ozu has a way of making so much out of so little. The camera moves more often in "Late Spring" than in "Tokyo Story," but the story is still an extremely simple a slice of life in postwar Japan, this time showing the struggle of Noriko, an unmarried girl of age to be wed, but who resists the idea out of fear of leaving her elderly father and the comfort that comes of being with him. Though marriage is the clear explicit theme of the movie, the most resonant for me is the apprehension of leaving a comfortable situation for an unfamiliar one. I deeply identify with that struggle
Drew H (fr) wrote: A poor man's Indy on every level and worse than King Solomon's Mines.