- Language: English
- Subtitles: Spanish, Portuguese
- Region: Region 2 ( DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
- Number of discs: 1
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- ASIN: B00YT8XV2I
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You can't tell a movie by its adjectives.24 June 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
The blurb on the DVD art work's back cover says the movie is hilarious. It's not. It's really rather sad. The blurb says the movie is sexy. It's not, unless sexy is just exploitation of Jayne Mansfield's breasts. The blurb says the movie is fun. It's not, unless fun is making fun of characters less glamorous than the Hollywood norm. The blurb says the movie is light-hearted. It's not. For a movie about WWII it's surprisingly cynical: which is indeed the only reason for watching it.
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A Tedious Affair to Forget17 January 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
Given the director and cast, I expected much more. Grant goes through it without having bothered to rehearse; Jane is forced to make annoying sounds and the film, itself, just sits there, frozen and humorless. Only the first time in a film Susy Parker comes off as interesting: it may be that she had nothing to judge it against.
Love the classics9 February 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
Love the classics; this one was one not shown on TCM very often, so I really enjoyed it. Jane Mansfield was a rare surprise in this movie; she's not really paired off with Cary Grant, but plays a substantial role. I can see Mariska Hargitay (of Law & Order- SVU) really does resemble her Mom; I used to think she didn't in her earlier years, but it was like watching Olivia Benson with a blonde wig on.
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Manic Cary10 January 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
High voltage comedy action throughout. The 3 Navy fliers on leave after flying beacoup missions is textbook nutso. Cary leads the way as an almost out of control Lt. Commander who is determined to have as enjoyable a short leave as is humanly possible. Jayne Mansfield appears gigling as one of the objects for enjoyment and after a initial resistance so does Suzy Parker. The boys almost destroy their hotel suite but wriggle out of any major consequences and they all love happily ever after. Good fun.
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Interesting movie but -- Shame on Jayne & director!!!25 October 2007 - Published on Amazon.com
I got this movie because I LOVE watching old movies w/Hollywood Bombshells in them like Marilyn Monroe, Jayne Mansfield, Jane Russell etc. & I like Cary Grant. Jayne Mansfield's acting in this film reminds me of the kind of acting one does in highschool -- a far cry from the acting she's done in Rock Hunter & The Girl Can't Help it. Her acting makes her character seem nuttier than a Baby Ruth. Granted Jayne is only in there to be Jayne in the movie -- because she doesn't seem to have anything to do w/the story -- but why couldn't the director bring her acting a bit down to earth a little? & then when she dances with the man who says he'd do anything for her, she gives her signature squeal for 1/2 a minute. If that doesn't cement her looking like a nut, I don't know what does.
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