With time on his hands during a business trip, Jimmy Decker (who's engaged to his boss's daughter) romances small-town church organist Marion Cullen, who follows him to New York only to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Thomas K (kr) wrote: When I read the synopsis it didn't sound appealing at all, so you can imagine my surprise at finding it sweet, funny, strangely intelligent and dizzily raunchy in the best ways imaginable. The leads are adorable and it's well made. Recommended.
Andy C (mx) wrote: Wait, why does the description say Missouri when the family lives in Montana? They're not that much alike, those two states, as far as I know. Unlike parts of Nebraska, my home state, which I admit blend in with Iowa, Indiana, parts of Illinois, Wyoming, et al. Still, there's not necessarily anything wrong with that, I'm just OCD about movie synopses. You should watch this some time.
Julie M (ru) wrote: merci Bertrand Blier
Maria (nl) wrote: Nah.. Look Shit.!! =S
Lasse C (nl) wrote: Very overlooked and unappreciated Ridley Scott movie. The acting is top notch, the direction is solid and the emotional core of the movie is one of the most affecting I've seen in a long time.
Dathathreya K (us) wrote: Not a good movie... Complete wastage of my Friday night.
Dag B (fr) wrote: I like their trousers.
Robert V (jp) wrote: Chef d'oeuvre from Jutras
Michael T (br) wrote: The top-grossing film of 1952 was this fictional "biography" of the Danish storyteller, tailored for Danny Kaye's talents; Jeanmaire was featured as a ballerina, but it was the Frank Loesser score that made the best impression: along with the Oscar-nominated "Thumbelina" were other Loesser standards such as "Wonderful Copenhagen," "The Ugly Duckling," and the film's big hit, "Anywhere I Wander."
Neva K (us) wrote: I really liked this movie. Not sure why it has such a crappy rating. Probably from all the Mel haters LOL
Lee M (au) wrote: Between a 7/10 and 8/10, its boldly atomized narrative, its labyrinthine circularity and its no-nonsense performances make 21 Grams... well worth the weight.
Matt P (ca) wrote: There was an interesting idea here, but it was never realized. The movie ended up being shallow, predictable, and dull.
Ben G (es) wrote: This movie is hilarious and very inspiring.
Cassandra M (au) wrote: With its kipper ties, flared trousers and proficient - yet dated - music, They Call Me MISTER Tibbs! is perhaps the Poitier film that has aged least gracefully. While its prequel, In The Heat of the Night, was borne from the epitome of cool that was the sixties, here the seventies nurtured this film, which lends it a kitsch value, as well as the air of a t.v. movie. Though these elements - such as seeing the funky theme start up to the tune of Sidney clocking someone with a telephone, or Ed Asner (tv's Lou Grant) "drive" a car to a filmed backdrop - make it endearing and a must-see for a light-hearted Saturday night.A world away from the usual Sidney vehicle we have here a trawl through San Francisco's red light districts, to which the family elements - though the most critically attacked - actually provide effective light. Also unusual is the amount of sexual tone Sidney is here allowed to display. Yet whereas in the former film Poitier was the big town Lieutenant working in small-town Mississippi, here he is on his own territory, thus shaving the film of one of its dimensions. Without Steiger to bounce off, what depth the script provides his character second time around comes from his wife and children, most notably his son. After slapping the boy into submission, Poitier hugs him, mourning the fact that "you're not perfect . and I can't forgive you." Not a perfectly-formed film by any means, this one does improve on repeated viewing, and the majority of ill feeling does seem to be down to disappointment. After all, how does one make a sequel to a movie that's hailed as a classic?
Andrey B (br) wrote: Excellent B-movie exemplar: well-executed, well acted, yet with the feel of trashy entertainment.
Aaron G (ca) wrote: Though I didn't quite buy the ending (I'm a cynic, which isn't the movie's fault), I rarely have this much fun in a movie.