Un homme et son chien
An elderly gentleman and his dog find themselves out of a home with little means.
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WS W (ag) wrote: Beautiful, decent, neat & refined. A feminine story about pursuing one's dream & desire. Only, everything just seems to be so perfect looking outward; steadily, you begin forgetting how content you actually are if you don't have the chance to look back inward, or, from the opposite direction like Giovanna did.
Doron Z (gb) wrote: I think it is a typical Almodovar comedy. It is full of absurdities and britches of the conventional customs. Think about a mother who leaves her boy with his dentist, since she cannot afford to pay him and the child is willing and able to participate in gay sexual relationship with the dentist.Outrageous you may say, but in Almodovar's comedies this is done as a casual action. Similarly is the relation to drugs (Heroin), for example and to prostitution.The result is funny and sharp.
Helen C (de) wrote: you cant call a cat spider
DC F (au) wrote: Bullshit. Boring movie with a deceptive title as there are no monsters in this flick. It's all about strage crystals or whatever and the reviving of a little girl. Oh, and an attept to repair a dam.
Rick M (fr) wrote: Another good Wayne film.
Art S (au) wrote: It is probably best to view this as an historical artefact, which is exactly how I approached it. I was curious about Will Rogers and this is his best known film. The cowboy humourist plays a laid back (though reputedly sage and fair) Kentucky judge who spends part of the movie encouraging his nephew to pursue his next door neighbour, a young lady of uncertain parentage (which dismays his snobby mother). The other part of the movie involves a court case that Judge Priest has to recuse himself from but still manages to manipulate. The case is won by appealing to southern memories of the Confederacy and patriotism for the same (the movie takes place in the 1890s) - so, not based on the facts of the case. Stepin Fetchit and Hattie McDaniel are both here and, although Will Rogers treats them like he does any other character in the film (perhaps overtly so), they do embody alarming and exaggerated racist stereotypes. However, the overall feel of the film remains good-natured.
Gareth P (br) wrote: Not too bad as far as ghost films go.