Funny? Who sez? You sez.
Why do we need images? The internet book club sites don't have images. Guess their members are smarter.
Excellent pic. Excellent Graham Greene.
If Tourneur had directed 'Curse' it would have been a different pic... I bet...
You forget that "Cat People" was dir x Jacques Tourneur, who dir the brill noir "Out of the Past." Robt Wise was a hack. I know nada about Fritsch.
It has some hilarious scenes.
Go to Idaho and wait.
Go to Miami and wait.
Go to Montana and wait.
Ya only know 2 words, eh? Need an English course?
Feelgoodie cartoon for sentimentalists.
"Angel" - suggested by the life of novelist Marie Corelli - is lousy, too.
Pip -- Congrats on your correct calls Re Oscars. Those awards are horrendously predictable. I like to think there'll be a fabulous surprise -- for the good, and there never is.
Pip! 2night! Im predicting Fincher (dir) and Bening (actress) on my Osc party ballot.
Does anyone here remember "The Miracle Worker" ? The 2 stars - Bancroft, Duke - won awards. But neither the pic nor dir (A Penn) was nominated. It was about a woman teaching a kid how to say Wa-Waaah-Water!! It was far, far superior to this rubbishy schmaltz tagged "King's Stutter." It's an embarrassment to find it nominated as Best. Best Kaka.
1-week away: Editors guild cited 'Social.' Key group. Holly chums say it's Fincher - best director; v tight race for best pic. Harve the Whine in LA, opening every supermarket ...I really hated 'Stutter.' It's so fuken old-fashioned-tvee-HBO. But schmaltz is what 'those people' like --.
Will the "FB Revolt" in Egypt help Social?
For many cinemaddicts "Somewhere" belongs among the top 5 films of the year. It's an intelligent, sensitive European art house-styled look at the banality of life in Hollywood. With little dialogue and long, steadfast shots, "Somewhere" is cousin to the ennui films of Antonioni ("L'Avventura," "La Notte"). A likeable performance by Stephen Dorff as a Famous Actor and a knockout turn by Elle Fanning as the daughter he bonds with.