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I missed this film in the cinema. Fellow Users Not particularly good To be continued ... Quite Interesting (small spoiler) Box Office Mojo Big SPOILER Not very complimentary to Ford Vanity Project? Did not expect a good movie View all posts >


It was a favourite when it first appeared on TV and I probably watched it several times. Then for many years it disappeared before turning up again - and it's great! Takes a little while to work it's magic but a pleasant accompaniment to a glass of whisky. I must get a copy so it's not so long between viewings. Agreed. In many ways it's a pulp movie - nothing original or clever but entertaining. Reminded me of a Hammer Film at their peak. It's funny that when they finally got together I thought - too soon, something is going to go wrong - and it promptly did. But the fact I was aware of the time showed I wasn't totally engaged and I'm not really sure why. It's a film about a film and has many favourites and there was nothing wrong - maybe I'll like it more the next time I watch it? Oh she'll definitely keep on working the only question is at what kind of level. It's interesting that she appears to have 7-8 films already lined up after Star Wars which may be wise planning by herself and/or others. I'm thinking there's a good chance there will be a successful post breakthrough career. Bogart - when they were both stars. Ah! So that's where she went. Damn yanks! At least we still have Honeysuckle :) Not the same fate - possibly a different one and possibly worse financially - which is what really counts I guess. First Man was a brilliantly made film about a man the whole world knows who did great things whilst apparently struggling with great loss. I liked it very much and I think the people who condemned it for not being yet another flag waving exercise missed the point. I have no idea who Fred Rogers was and I suspect no one outside of North America and perhaps of a certain age does either. I suspect it's returns depend entirely on the USA cinema going public and I'm guessing it's not the kind of film that will draw them in. Gee, I dunno - is the film really that bad? OR, was he about to expose how he faked the moon landings from his secret studio - on the moon? Thanks. I guess you get used to big films being released world-wide in the same week - but it must kill the momentum when they stagger the release. That's very true. I thought Mickey Rourke was very good in this but Cusack would have been good too. View all replies >