Which Way to the Front?
Brendan Byers III (Jerry Lewis), one of the richest men in America, has been pronounced 4-F and can't serve his country in it's war against Hitler. Byers does not takes "No" for an answer and recruits other 4-F's to fight against Hitler.
- Stars:Jerry Lewis, Jan Murray, John Wood, Steve Franken, Willie Davis, Dack Rambo, Robert Middleton, Kaye Ballard, Harold J. Stone, Paul Winchell, Sidney Miller, Joe Besser, Gary Crosby, Danny Dayton, Kathleen Freeman,
- Director:Jerry Lewis,
- Writer:Gerald Gardner (screenplay), Dee Caruso (screenplay), Gerald Gardner (story), Dee Caruso (story), Dick Miller (story)
Brendan Byers III, one of the richest men in America, has been pronounced 4-F and can't serve his country in it's fight against Hitler. However, Byers is not the kind of man who takes "No" ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Which Way to the Front? torrent reviews
(es) wrote: For all the lackluster "thrills" that the plot brings, this is a suitable showcase for better-than-they-need-to-be performances from a solid cast.
(mx) wrote: This was a good movie a little strange but it's a good one
(es) wrote: Sad film in a lot of respects as the bicycle passes between the two boys, a symbol of social divides and the clasping onto hopes and dreams
(nl) wrote: This is the grandest and busiest of the trilogy, but the ending suffers from a bit of over-explaining. Overall, a very satisfying end to the trilogy.
(ag) wrote: In some moment i found it boring but i give 10
(fr) wrote: Great thriller. Solid story. you will not forget this movie after you see it. I saw it when I was 16. I still remember it.
(ag) wrote: Other than being directed by horror movie maestro Wes Craven, there's nothing that special about this movie. That doesn't mean its bad. To me, it was a throwback to old 1950s monster horror movies, and it did a good job at doing that. There were moments in there that reminded me of the Creature from the Black Lagoon. However, unlike monsters from the 1950s, the Swamp Thing was played more like Frankenstein's monster, and as a result, we got to see some pretty emotional parts between him and Allison Cable (Adrienne Barbeau). I saw in a profile that Wes Craven was disappointed because a large amount of the movie was only able to be shot in masters for various reasons. Honestly, I think the master shots reinforced the fact that it was more of a primal horror movie, as most of those films relied on wider shots, so I think it worked well for the movie. It made for somewhat creepy shots, such as the Swamp Thing being in the z axis of the frame. The transitions were campy and funny, and the pig monster thing at the end was SCARY as hell! It was a cool fight between him and Swamp Thing.Again, nothing necessarily bad about this movie. If you like old monster horror movies, then you'll like this. I enjoy those movies, and that's kind of what I was expecting from this movie, it being called Swamp Thing. So as a result, I enjoyed it. It never tried to be anything more than what it was, and I liked it for that.
(us) wrote: Lancaster certainly gives the film a bit of zest but it's preaching is relentless. It's decent, but worthy of multiple oscars? No.
(gb) wrote: Excellent movie. The film reveales its mystery bit by bit. Good, slow camera-settings. The cast is great. Matthew Macfadyen is playing emotionless, but only on the surface. Beneath you can see his disillusion not only of the world but of the people around him. Watch it!
(jp) wrote: An excellent film. It all starts with the stars, Grant, Arthur and Hayworth. You can't take your eyes off of them the entire film. Hayworth especially steals the show as she is just beautiful. Grant is his usual charming self and Jean Arthur is stunning. The story is flat at times but there are instances that more than make up for them. At 1.06 into the film the aerial sequence is just amazing and part of a great job of cinematography throughout the film. Hawks direction is masterful with some scenes just very well put together. Just another great classical period film!
(de) wrote: Better dead than alone.Lestat has become a rock super star and let out the secret, publically, that vampires do exist and he is one. His message and fame has awoken the Queen of all Vampires who wishes to help Lestat and give him eternal happiness. Lestat does not reciprocate the feelings further putting his existence at risk. "Your kind never satisfy my thirst."Michael Rymer, director of In Too Deep, Perfume, Allie & Me, Angel Baby, and episodes from the television series Battlestar Galactica, American Horror Story, and Hannibal delivers Queen of the Damned. The storyline for this picture is very disappointed, poorly written and presented, and conceptually disappointing. The acting is also fairly weak and the cast includes Aaliyah, Stuart Townsend, Vincent Perez, Lena Olin, and Bruce Spence. "It's time to share myself with you all!"I came across this on HBOGO and had never seen it because I had always heard how terrible it was. Well, it is terrible. There isn't much here in terms of story, characters, or horror elements worth following. Pretty much everything about this film is bad. I'd skip this."Tell me more about me."Grade: D
(mx) wrote: The banter of the genre was better than thought, although unoriginal.
(jp) wrote: it was great movies