The Thin Man Goes Home
Nick and Nora go on holiday, and end up involved in a murder.
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Tim M (ca) wrote: Same formula as the Aussie exploitation doc from two years prior, complete with drive-in bumps. A very interesting look at a time and place in film-making I knew nothing about. Hopefully Hartley doesn't find Italy too far away to do one about giallo and spaghetti westerns. His work for this year will be about Cannon films, hopefully that won't be his last exploitation doc.
Tyree D (au) wrote: this made me depressed
Scott W (jp) wrote: Pretty decent TV Movie.
Aaron C (fr) wrote: very nicely-paced, dual-accented, effectively bilingual romcom about the "difficulties" of marrying an actress (or marrying a non-actor, depending on which way you look at it), and ultimately, love prevailing amid the mess. the plot is somewhat simple, but it's the hilarious script and brilliant acting that carries this movie through.
Alex V (ru) wrote: Prefer it to the original. John Ottman directing was interesting. Great music of course.
prkprk p (de) wrote: Though it's plot is a bit different this time around, the action is worse, and there seems to be a lot more of it this time around, with only one dramatic scene. Terrible special effects don't really help, either. Skip Death Wish 4.
Thomas K (nl) wrote: Altman working at the peak of his powers.
Allan C (ru) wrote: Solid bit of film noir has a fairly risqu set-up that I'm surprised got past the production code. Dick Powell has an extramarital affair with Lizabeth Scott and is then sucked into something of a downward spiral involving Scott's jailbird ex-boyfriend. Jane Wyatt plays Powell's wife. What makes this film interesting is that the Hollywood production code allowed extramarital affairs for villains who were punished, but never for the hero of the film. The story goes that the film was not going t one allowed to go into production because of this story element, so the studio invited to execs from the production code office and then also invited their mistresses. The film was then allowed to be made. Andr De Toth directed.
kevin B (br) wrote: Good ol skool romeo juliet type movie
Dan M (es) wrote: 5 out of 5 stars! They definately hit the ball out of the park on this one. The new more sleek stylish look is great. The director and screenwriter took the most liberties with this story than any of the other films, but it seems like most of them were necessary liberties, to help the story make more sense in the film medium. This is easily in the top 3 books and films of the series.
Stuart K (jp) wrote: Directed by Peter Yates (Summer Holiday (1963), Robbery (1967) and Bullitt (1968)) and written by Stanford Sherman (TV's Batman, Any Which Way You Can (1980) and The Ice Pirates (1984)), this fantasy film allegedly cost $50 million at the time, but hardly any of it can be seen on screen, which makes you wonder where did it all go?? It has a brilliant cast, but this has all been seen before in other films out at the time. On the planet Krull, Prince Colwyn (Ken Marshall) and Princess Lyssa (Lysette Anthony) are to marry to forge an alliance between their two warring kingdoms. However, a spaceship known as the Black Fortress, controlled by an evil entity known as The Beast, disrupt the wedding and kidnap Lyssa. Colwyn gathers together a team, consisting of Ynyr (Freddie Jones), Ergo (David Battley), Torquil (Alun Armstrong), Kegan (Liam Neeson), Rhun (Robbie Coltrane), Oswyn (Todd Carty), Bardolph (Dicken Ashworth) and Nennog (Bronco McLoughlin) go off on a quest through tough and near impossible terrain to rescue Lyssa and stop The Beast. It has it's moments, but a lot of it comes across as quite dull, despite a who's who of British TV and film in the supporting cast, there was a lot of fantasy films of varying quality being released around this time, and there is something old school about the effects here created by Derek Meddings, but that's about it.