If I could give this film zero stars, I would. It's like a literal slap in the face of Marilyn and any woman who has faced similar issues. I normally don't get easily triggered with films, in general, but this film downright offended every fiber of my being... what a waste of film, money, energy and time. I can't believe this director and don't even get me started on the tacky writers. It is an embarrassment and just reeks of pretentious misogynistic filth. Don't waste your life watching this.
It is so weird to watch a film with Liam Neeson, Dennis Quaid and Cher together. Liam plays a deaf mute, who is being accused of murder, with Cher representing his case. He never says a dang word and steals half the film! Liam never disappoints me!
Dennis Quaid plays a juror, desperate to get closer to Cher, and ends up helping her solve the case, albeit illegally. I have to say that I liked this different angle to watching…
This film noir hit high on my list!! It's the perfect combination of mysterious crime with a little fluffy romance. I will usually watch Lucille Ball in anything, but she pleasantly surprised me in this one. The dialogue between her and Mark Stevens just kills me. It's hilarious! I could just listen to their conversations and be happy the whole time. She plays a devoted yet feisty secretary of a private investigator who gets tangled in the mess of her…
This charming little western won me over! I can't say how refreshing it was to see Olivia de Havilland in such a role, playing a woman who is protecting her large farm from obnoxious people trying to steal it from her. She is very hardened from what she has gone through and seen, but finds a mute boy whose father is in trouble. Her heart is softened, so she feels the need to help them and brings them to her…