Too Late for Tears

Too Late for Tears

One night on a lonely highway, a speeding car tosses a satchel of money, meant for somebody else, into Jane and Alan Palmer's back seat. Alan wants to turn it over to the police, but Jane, with luxury within her reach, persuades him to hang onto it "for a while." Soon, the Palmers are traced by one Danny Fuller, a sleazy character who claims the money is his. To hang onto it, Jane will need all the qualities of an ultimate femme fatale...and does she ever have them!

A woman (Lizabeth Scott) kills her husband and plots with a private eye (Dan Duryea) after the ruthless woman stumbles across a suitcase filled with $60,000 in her car. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Too Late for Tears torrent reviews

bill s (au) wrote: The premise is generic but the performances(in particular Collette)shines through.

Genyana M (de) wrote: It was stupid and sappy, but overall it was fairly enjoyable.

Conrad T (fr) wrote: Wondering how this will look like as musical. Not bad as a movie 30 yo.

Josh K (ag) wrote: A woman tries to find her father in a small California town. While she is staying at his house, a trio of mysterious and obnoxious strangers invite themselves to stay with her. Unfortunately, these pests are the least of her worries, since the town has been taken over by ZOMBIES! Too bad the acting is pretty bad all around so I could not give a damn about the heroine or the others who get chomped up by zombies.

Laurel S (mx) wrote: Not one of my top ten but it was still very enjoyable. I love the song ""Kismet" was one of my favorites from this movie.

Glen S (ag) wrote: This is not a wonderful gay movie. But it's some fun and has some really possitive stuff. Paul Hogan and Michael Caton a gay couple? That's funny already!

Bob W (it) wrote: In the vein of Gone with the Wind, another longish, Civil War epic romance tinged with sadness and tragedy. The original author took his own life eerily akin to one of his characters. Taylor and Clift are phenomenal, but Clift, after a car accident during the shooting of this movie, never really recovered his career after that and died much too young. Nevertheless, a prodigious and lavish effort.

Sherry L (mx) wrote: Could be desribed as a mix between Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and The Lodger, but this movie can definately stand on it's own merits. Laird Cregar is extremly convincing and creepy as the genuinly kind piano composer, with high moral standards, George Harvey Bone, who suffers from occasional memory loss. Takes place in Hangover Square, London. Mr. Bone gets alarmed after having found a bloody dagger in his coat pocket, and just read in the newspaper about a nasty murder of an old antique dealer, that had occured the other night. So he contacts a psychiatrist (George Sanders) who investigates a bit further in the matter but cannot find any connection to the antique dealer murder. Mr. Bone starts to date a show girl, (Linda Darnell) whom he falls in love with and writes songs to. But later, he'll find out that the girl, Netta Longdon is not really a girl a man like George should fall in love with, since she is the typical notorious heart-breaker who only wants some new songs written specially for her and her act. What I love about this movie is the fact that it's so convincing, the characters are fully developed and Laird Cregar truely is one of the most talented actors from his time. The only reason why you aren't familiar with his name, is because he never had the chance to appear in that many movies (didn't have the Gary Cooper or Cary Grant looks, if you know what I mean) and died in young age. But I'm telling you that this is the type of movie that for some strange reason has been forgotten (and I'm not even sure if it's ever been released on DVD), despite it's excellence. It plays very much with the ideas and the theories of the human psyche, that was on the subject during the 1940s, so in a way it's rather typical for it's time. The repressed anger of the psychopath, and so on. What's more so special about it, is that it portrays is a very brilliant way the psychosis Mr. Bone suffers, and you can strongly feel the slow transformation the lead character makes (parallelly through his own eyes)... The music score which the character plays on the piano (called Concerto Macabre), written by the genious movie composer Bernard Herrmann, belongs to my all-time favorite music scores. Highly recommended! Belongs to my favorite movies of the 1940s!

Mon K (jp) wrote: I couldn't even watch it until the end because it was so bad!

Bengel W (au) wrote: Under such horror of war the photography is staggeringly beautiful and clear. Nicolas takes his part to a cruel and hurting truth which will astound. This film shows the depth of Navajo love in situations that exceed what has been filmed before. Nibbles: Mexican Frittata

Carroll H (ru) wrote: Fun and interesting, a workable sci-fi concept with a good cast. Similar to Jumper in design of good guys vs bad guys. Suspect this was a TV pilot or something ...