Daily Archives: November 19, 2017
Over a booze-fueled, increasingly hectic five-day shoot in East Hampton, Norman Mailer and his cast and crew spontaneously unloaded onto film the lurid and loony chronicle of U.S. presidential candidate and filmmaker Norman T. Kingsley debating and attacking his hangers-on and enemies.
A fost sau n-a fost / 12:08 East of Bucharest (2006) Corneliu Porumboiu, Mircea Andreescu, Teodor Corban, Ion Sapdaru, Comedy, Drama
Love and Learn (1947) Frederick De Cordova, Jack Carson, Robert Hutton, Martha Vickers, Comedy, Music
Jack Carson and Robert Hutton make a curious but copacetic comedy duo in the Warner Bros. musical Love and Learn. The stars are cast as Jingles and Bob, a pair of would-be songwriters hoping to get a break on Broadway.
Chikagoro naze ka Charusuton / At This Late Date The Charleston (1981) Kihachi Okamoto, Gô Rijû, Yû Fujiki, Ichirô Zaitsu, Comedy
Nemuri Kyôshirô 5: Enjôken / Sleepy Eyes of Death 5: Sword of Fire (1965) Kenji Misumi, Raizô Ichikawa, Tamao Nakamura, Michiko Sugata, Action, Drama
Fifth film in the series. When Kyoshiro, in a moment of weakness, saves the life of a woman being attacked on the road, he quickly finds himself entangled in a conspiracy involving a corrupt chamberlain, a wily merchant, the survivors of a pirate gang, and a missing treasure trove.
The Candy Man (1969) Herbert J. Leder, George Sanders, Leslie Parrish, Manolo Fábregas, Crime, Drama, Thriller
Based on a story by Peter B. Kyne, the long-lost John Ford silent Shamrock Handicap begins in Ireland. Because he refuses to collect rent payments from his impoverished tenants, kindly Irish nobleman Sir Miles Gaffney is in danger of losing his estate.