FREEDOM WRITERS (Theatrical Release USA 2007)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.3|5.0 Starsìììì

Freedom Writers—inspirational, educational—encourages belief that the world gets better due to good teachers. Great work for Actress Hilary Swank. It’s a little piece of WOW and earns its watch. Good movie for after viewing discussion with children.

Storyline

Under-privileged children become inspired due to a good teacher.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Richard Gravenese for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Tracey Durning, Dan Levine, Nan Morales, and Hilary Swank for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Erin Gruwell (Hilary Swnak), Scott Casey (Patrick Dempsey), Steve Gruwell (Scott Glenn), Margaret Campbell (Imelda Staunton), Eva Benitez (April Hernandez Castillo), Andre Brant (Mario), Gloria Munez (Kristin Herrera), Sincy (Jaclyn Ngan), Alejandro Santiago (Sergio Montalvo), Marcus (Jason Finn), Jamal Hill (Deance Wyatt), Brandy Ross (Vanetta Smith), Tito (Gabriel Chavarria), Ben Daniels (Hunter Parrish), Miguel (Antonio Garcia), Victoria (Giovonnie Samuels), and Brian Gelford (John Benjamin Hickey).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. This movie shows the dedication necessary to turn a tough educational environment into a productive, fertile ground where minds can expand, grow, and, with freedom, explore the possibility of a richer life through enhancing and strengthening the intellectual world of our mind. It’s a blueprint for helping less advantaged neighborhoods. Thank you to Director Richard LaGravenese for capturing the way heart interest makes a difference in education. Thank you.

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RUDY: THE RUDY GIULIANI STORY (Television Release USA 2003)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.7|5.0 Starsììì

Rudy: the Rudy Giuliani Story shows the determination and dedication of Rudy Giuliani to his position as Mayor of New York City and his work as a lawyer. The casting of Actor James Woods seems awkward as the resemblance to Giuliani both in looks and body language are not replicated well. The study of Giuliani in this movie is shallow and lacks full coverage. However, the life of Rudy Giuliani as of 2020 is still evolving. Without the final chapter the story in not complete. The movie is worth a watch, but be aware that this documentary does not provide an in-depth coverage of its subject matter.

Storyline

A look at Rudy Giuliani’s life.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Robert Dornhelm for directing efforts. Thank you to Executive Producers Michael Braham, Jody Brockway, Stephen Davis, and Jane Walmsley for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Rudolph Giuliani (James Woods), Donna Hanover (Penelope Ann Miller), Cristyne Lategano (Michelle Nolden), Peter Powers (John Bourgeois), Judith Nathan (Kirsten Bishop), Tony Carbonetti (Mark Camacho), Beth Petrone (Maim Roy), Carrie Foster (Mariah Inger), Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik (Sam Stone), Sam (Michael Jeffrey Woods), Bill Simon (Brian Wrench), FDNY Chief Peter Ganci (Alan Fawcett), FDNY Commissioner Thomas Von Essen (Philip Pretten), Howard Safir (Philip Spensley), and Jim Kossler (Francis X. McCarthy).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Maybe. The film seems incomplete as it appears to reveal little about a full life.

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THE PATRIOT (Theatrical Release USA 2000)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.4|5.0 Starsìììì

The Patriot—good American Revolutionary War movie—combines the acting talents of Mel Gibson, Heath Ledger, Chris Cooper, Tom Wilkinson, and Jason Isaacs to produce a story of hardship, nightmare, revenge, evil, and the realities of war. No lack found in acting or portrayal of storyline here. Absolutely a good watch. This is one of German Director Roland Emmerich’s (Independence Day) better films.

Storyline

A man becomes a part of the American Revolution.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Roland Emmerich for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Roland Emmerich, Ute Emmerich, and William Fay for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Benjamin Martin (Mel Gibson), Gabriel Martin (Heath Ledger), Charlotte Selton (Joely Richardson), Colonel William Tavington (Jason Isaacs), Colonel Harry Burwell (Chris Cooper), Jean Villeneuve (Tchéky Karyo), Reverend Oliver (Rene Auberjonois), Anne Howard (Lisa Brenner), General Lord Charles Cornwallis (Tom Wilkinson), Dan Scott (Donal Logue), John Billings (Leon Rippy), Captain Wilkins (Adam Baldwin), Occam (Jay Arlen Jones), Peter Howard (Joey D. Vieira), Thomas Martin (Gregory Smith), Margaret Martin (Mika Boorem), Susan Martin (Skye McCole Bartusiak), Nathan Martin (Trevor Morgan), Samuel Martin (Bryan Chafin), and William Martin (Logan Lerman).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. Realistic war flick that does not mince on the truth of war. The movie earns both time and money spent on its watch.

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THE SOCIAL NETWORK (Theatrical Release USA 2010)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.3|5.0 Starsìììì

The Social Network rolls the Facebook story into the Mark Zuckerberg story and does it well. The film catches the flavor of university life during the 20th and 21st centuries, uses the acting talents of Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, and Justin Timberlake, and creates a good movie that entertains and informs.

Storyline

Mark Zuckerberg’s idea for a social networking platform and the trials he encountered before bringing it to the fruition stage.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director David Fincher for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producer Kevin Spacey for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg), Erica Albright (Rooney Mara), Billy Olson (Bryan Barter), Phoenix Club President (Dustin Fitzsimons), Dustin Moskovitz (Joseph Mazzello), Chris Hughes (Patrick Mapel), Eduardo Saverin (Andrew Garfield), Phoenix Member (Toby Meuli), Girl at Phoenix Club (Alecia Svensen), Student Playing Facemash (Jami Owen), Gretchen (Denise Grayson), Sy (John Getz), Marylin Delpy (Rashida Jones), Court Reporter (Carrie Armstrong), Henry (Henry Roosevelt), Cameron Winklevoss (Armie Hammer), Tyler Winklevoss (Josh Pence), Divya Narendra (Max Minghella), Gage (David Selby), Ad Board Chairwoman (Pamela Roylance), and Student Playing Facemash (James Dastoli).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. Good story telling makes this movie worth its watch.

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SALT (Theatrical Release USA 2010)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.2|5.0 Starsìììì

Salt performs as an above average action thriller with a good dunking into drama. The movie does not run on a new or creative storyline, but it does what it was meant to do and serves up good entertainment.

Storyline

A defector accuses a female CIA agent of being an implant.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Phillip Noyce for directing efforts. Thank you to Executive Producers Ryan Kavanaugh, Ric Kidney, and Mark Vahradian for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Evelyn Salt (Angelina Jolie), Ted Winter (Liev Schreiber), Peabody (Chiwetel Ejiofor), Orlov (Daniel Olbrychski), Mike Krause (August Diehl), Young Orlov (Daniel Pearce), U.S. President Lewis (Hunt Block), Secretary of Defense (Andre Braugher), Russian President Matveyev (Olek Krupa), 12-year-old Chenkov (Cassidy Hinkle), Shnaider (Corey Stoll), Chenkov’s Father (Vladislav Koulikov), Chenkov’s Mother (Olya Zueva), Young CIA Officer (Kevin O’Donnell), CIA Officer (Gaius Charles), CIA Security Officer (Zach Shaffer), CIA Technician (Albert Jones), and CIA Security Hub Tech (Zoe Lister-Jones).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. Angelina Jolie’s performance rings the bell at WOW! It’s a good watch.

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TAD THE LOST EXPLORER AND THE SECRET OF KING MIDAS (Theatrical Release Italy 2017)


Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.7|5.0 Starsììì

Tad the Lost Explorer and the Secret of King Midas uses the Spain-originated character, Tadeo Jones, to exploit the Indiana Jones movie series with a small twist. Construction worker Tadeo is in love with a female adventurer/explorer, Sarah. Tadeo’s outward appearance is lovable and appealing, but his personality has not been developed so that he is loveable. He works more on the flatlined personality of an arcade, game character rather than a fully developed personality. The story has potential to be a repeatable money maker with more ‘fleshing out’ of Tad’s character. The writers, with more thoughtful study on why the Indiana Jones series were epic movies, may be able to incorporate that into Tad and Sarah’s personalities. Another good study would be the Lara Croft series. This movie is okay, but not great.

Storyline

A millionaire has the girl and the money. Tad, the construction worker, wants the girl.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director David Alonso and Enrique Gato for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Axel Kuschevatzky and Jorge Tuca for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include:
Sara Lavrof (Voice of Michelle Jenner), Tiffany (Voice of Adriana Ugarte), Tadeo Jones (Voice of Óscar Barberán), Momia (Voice of Luis Posada), Rackham (Voice of Miguel Ángel Jenner), Taxista (Voice of José Corbacho), and Secuaz Mujer (Voice of Roser Tatalla).


Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Maybe. The animation is good with good movement. But, the ‘feel’ of adventurous exploration is not there. It leaves the movie with the audience recognizing the Indiana Jones architecture, but not able to access the spirit built into the very foundation of the Indiana Jones’ movies.

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ENDER’S GAME (Theatrical Release USA 2013)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.5|5.0 Starsìììì

Ender’s Game puts the teenage actor in the commander’s seat and serves up an entertainment piece that adults will enjoy. Asa Butterfield does a great job interpreting his character. He shows his talent as he assumes the command of his own army. WOW! Moises Arias also performs at a high level of ability. The movie is surprisingly good. This movie has a star-studded cast that includes: Harrison Ford, Hailee Steinfeld, Abigail Breslin, Ben Kingsley, and Viola Davis. The movie serves as a good teen/adult share.

Storyline

Young boys enter the professional warrior game.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Gavin Hood for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers David Coatsworth, Deborah Del Prete, Bill Lischak, Ted Ravinett, Venkatesh Roddam, Mandy Safavi, and Ivy Zhong for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Ender Wiggin (Asa Butterfield), Colonel Graff (Harrison Ford), Petra Arkanian (Hailee Steinfeld), Valentine Wiggin (Abigail Breslin), Mazer Rackham (Ben Kingsley), Major Gwen Anderson (Viola Davis), Bean (Aramis Knight), Alai (Suraj Partha), Bonzo Madrid (Moises Arias), Dink Meeker (Khylin Rhambo), Peter Wiggin (Jimmy Pinchak), Sergeant Dap (Nonso Anozie), Bernard (Conor Carroll), Stilson (Caleb J. Thaggard), and Slattery (Cameron Gaskins).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. This futuristic movie becomes an interesting study about the very young man who is recruited into the military life, how they may act, and how they progress. Because of the science fiction aspect of the movie, it is more than worth its watch.

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JARHEAD: THE LAW OF RETURN (DVD Release Netherlands 2019)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.0|5.0 Starsìììì

Jarhead: The Law of Return—almost matches the first Jarhead movie in quality—improves its story in writing and portrayal over the last Jarhead movie. It deserves its watch.

Storyline

A fighter pilot needs rescue.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Don Michael Paul for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Cherise Honey and Kristina Kambitova for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Gunnery Sergeant Flores (Amaury Nolasco), Ronan (Devon Sawa), Sergeant Johnson (Jeff Pierre), United States Marine Corp General Betz (Ben Cross), Brodetsky (Amos Tamam), Neta (Yael Eitan), Staff Sergeant Razor (Tsahi Halevi), Staff Sergeant Benedetti (Nicholas Aaron), Melaku (Adi Alamo), Weapons Service Officer Nadav (Ofer Shechter), Lieutenant Colonel Mizrah (Ori Pfeffer), Sharhabi (Liron Levo), Avigail (Shanti Ashanti), Minister of Defense (Nicholas Woodeson), Pardo (Ron Shahar), Amira (Reymonde Amsallem), and Senator Jackson (Robert Patrick).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. This movie is a high-quality war film that war movie fans will deeply appreciate.

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THE RED BARON (Theatrical Release Germany 2008)


Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.6|5.0 Starsììì

The Red Baron—has no reason for being—has no purpose. Little character development, uninteresting storyline, no significant events structure, no foundation and all this supports itself with sporadically, rather good acting. The movie deserves a re-make to correct these errors and make a movie that gives credit to the accomplishments of ‘The Red Baron’ during World War I.

Storyline

A story about a World War I fighter pilot.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Nikolai Müllerschön for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Ulrich Beck and Roland Pellegrino for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Young Manfred von Richthofen (Tomás Koutnik), Young Lothar von Richthofen (Tomás Ibl), Young Wolfram von Richthofen (Albert Franc), Manfred von Richthofen (Matthias Schweighöfer), Sternberg (Maxim Mehmet), Lehmann (Hanno Koffler), Voss (Til Schweiger), Hawker (Richard Krajco), and Brown (Joseph Fiennes).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

No. Fly Boys, a World War I movie, has a solid story and works at a higher entertainment level than this film.

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JARHEAD 3: THE SEIGE (Blu-Ray/DVD Germany 2016)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.4|5.0 Starsììì

Jarhead 3: The Siege—nothing new—has good action scenes, average to good acting, and a slowly paced storyline that runs on a not highly interesting script. Much of the challenge this film has revolves around the casting choices for actors in the movie. Dennis Haysbert reprises his role as Major Lincoln from the first film in the series. But, for the series to proceed much further, it needs a tremendous boost in actor development.

Storyline

A Middle East US Embassy comes under protection of US Marines.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director William Kaufman for directing efforts. Thank you to Executive Producers Cherise Honey for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Gunny Raines (Scott Adkins), Albright (Charlie Weber), Blake (Dante Basco), Sunshine (Romeo Miller), Lopez (Erik Valdez), Oliva (Sasha Jackson), Major Lincoln (Dennis Haysbert), Hansen (Tom Ainsley), Ambassador Cahill (Stephen Hogan), Stamper (Joe Corrigall), Khaled (Hadrian Howard), and Jamal (Charlie de Melo).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Maybe. Films such as Hurt Locker or Black Hawk Down serve at a higher intensity for war flicks than this movie.

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LEGEND OF THE LOST (Theatrical release USA 1957)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.7|5.0 Starsììì

Legend of the Lost—an average adventure film—has lost itself in the year in was made: 1957. The movie serves as a good John Wayne study piece for an academic, but it only tracks the surface of a story that could have been quite exciting. It fails its drama potential.

Storyline

A man hires a guide to go into the desert looking for treasure.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Henry Hathaway for directing effort. Thank you to Producer Henry Hathaway for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Joe January (John Wayne), Dita (Sophia Loren), Paul Bonnard (Rossano Brazzi), Prefect Dukas (Kurt Kasznar), Girl (Sonia Moser), Girl (Angela Portaluri), and Galli Galli (Ibrahim El Hadish).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Maybe. But one watch will shelve the film into history and sadly, will quickly become a discarded memory.

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THE AGE OF ADALINE (Theatrical Release USA 2015)


Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.8|5.0 Starsìììì

The Age of Adaline, not the first movie about humans becoming immortal, delivers a far more interesting and inspiring story than others within this concept that absolutely earns its watch. Unique presentation and soft, velvety approach into each scene gently encourage following the movie through to its conclusion. The main actors do not compete with the story; they complement the story. Director Lee Toland Krieger catches an almost ethereal factor that delivers a WOW! piece of entertainment. The movie is worth its watch.

Storyline

A woman lives forever.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Lee Toland Krieger for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Steve Golin, David Kern, Andre Lamal, Alix Madigan, Eric Reid, Jim Tauber, Bruce Toll, and Richard S. Wright for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Adaline Bowman (Blake Lively), Ellis Jones (Michiel Huisman), William Jones (Harrison Ford), Flemming (Ellen Burstyn), Kathy Jones (Kathy Baker), Kikki Jones (Amanda Crew), Regan (Lynda Boyd), Narrator (Hugh Ross), Tony (Richard Harmon), Cab Driver (Fulvio Cecere) Cora (Anjali Jay), Kenneth (Hiro Kanagawa),

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. The film gently examines the concept of being the only person among peers who lives forever. The subject matter is handled well and deserves its watch.

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NORM OF THE NORTH: FAMILY VACATION (Theatrical release USA 2020)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.4|5.0 Starsììì

Norm of the North: Family Vacation—average animated fare—continues to be plagued with lack of character development that can adequately connect to an audience. This movie seems like a package of quilting pieces that have been torn from many movies and pieced together in hopes of creating a ‘new’ animated feature. Norm of the North has this terrific polar bear with no where to go. He needs an original story, deeper character development that an audience can relate to, and an original/creative path to follow. It is like the creator of this wonderful animated figure doesn’t know him very well and doesn’t know what to do with him. A suggestion for the next sequel in the series is: Let the writer ‘get to know’ the bear, ‘like’ the bear (not for his animation), but for his personality, and then go on an adventure with him. The story that develops from that process will be original, fresh, and hopefully will raise Norm to the position he deserves. The other option is to let Norm die a peaceful death and develop new animation that has somewhere to go.

Storyline

Norm goes on an adventure to find his missing crown.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Anthony Bell for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Mike Bundlie, Ken Katsumoto, Anne Parducci, Steve Rosen, Amber Wang, Andrew Wang, and Mike Young for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Chase (Voice of Jennifer Cameron), Fu/Polar Bear (Voice of Paul Dobson), Tiny/Mickey/Jim (Voice of Brian Drummond), Elizabeth/Maria (Voice of Lisa Durupt),

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

No. Children and adults will be better served with the Ice Age series or the Cars Series.

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ANGEL HAS FALLEN (Theatrical Release USA 2019)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.1|5.0 Starsìììì

Angel Has Fallen—the best of the Fallen series movies—has improved storyline, acting quality, and action over the first two films: Olympus Has Fallen and London Has Fallen. It still works as a B-grade film but has built into its storyline more human factor, like meeting Banning’s father, and provides several twists in its plot so that the true antagonist becomes difficult to identify. It’s great to see Morgan Freeman maintaining his presence throughout all three films in the series. He plays a formidable force in this film and shows amazing acting skill. This film requires attention to storyline and intellectual involvement to follow its twists and turns. It’s a good action watch.

Storyline

The Secret Service and FBI track an agent when he becomes implicated in an assassination attempt on the president.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Ric Roman Waugh for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers David Bernardi, Christa Campbell, Andrey Georgiev, Mark Gill, Jeffrey Greenstein, Lati Grobman, Avi Lerner, Heidi Jo Markel, Stephen Shiu, Trevor Short, and Jonathan Yunger for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Mike Banning (Gerard Butler), Travis Cole (Frederick Schmidt), Wade Jennings (Danny Huston), Bruno (Rocci Williams), Leah Banning (Piper Parabo), Neurologist (Harry Ditson), Receptionist (Linda John-Pierre), David Gentry (Lance Reddick), Agent Murphy (Ori Pfeffer), President Trumbull (Morgan Freeman), CNN Reporter (Jasmine Hyde), Fox Reporter (Ian Porter), MSNBC Reporter (Laurel Lefkow), Sam Wilcox (Michael Landes), James Haskell (Mark Arnold), Paul Sebring (Kerry Shale), Vice President Kirby (Tim Blake Nelson), US Senator (John Strong), Senator (Mark Basnight), Lynne Banning (Jessica Cobley), and Lynne Banning (Maisie Cobley).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. Great action cinematography mark this film as a little above average. Director Ric Roman Waugh has a good understanding of the film’s intention and followed that through with skill. Good watch and worth the ticket purchase.

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47 METERS DOWN (Theatrical/Television/Internet Release USA 2017)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.9|5.0 Starsììì

47 Meters Down—tension makes this movie work—reminds us of the Jaws series because it involves its audience with the lives of young people in peril. This shark danger movie heavily dramatizes the scenes to nearly rival Jaws movies. Acting talent includes some very good work by Claire Holt and Mandy Moore.

Storyline

Two sisters view sharks from the safety of an underwater cage. The chain that secures the cage to the boat detaches and the cage drops without its link to its boat.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Johannes Roberts for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Byron Allen, Mark Borde, Andrew Boucher, Chris Charalambous, Cion, Will Clarke, Mark DeVitre, Carolyn Folks, Wayne Marc Godfrey, Robert Jones, Candy Mayson, Duncan McWilliam, Mike Runagall, Matthew Signer, Lee Vandermolen, Bob Weinstein, and Harvey Weinstein for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Lisa (Mandy Moore), Kate (Claire Holt), Javier (Chris Johnson), Louis (Yani Gellman), Benjamin (Santiago Segura), Captain Taylor (Matthew Modine), Sammie (Mayra Juarez), and Band Leader (Axel Mansilla).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. This popcorn flick has enough ‘scary’ to work as good entertainment.

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MARTY (Theatrical Release USA 1955)


Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.8|5.0 Starsìììì

Marty—classic—does not lose its entertainment value through time because it catches the quintessence of the difficulty of finding one’s life mate. The movie has soul and heart. It does not stint in its exploration of the desire to move from bachelorhood into the marital state. Ernest Borgnine completely earns a WOW! for exploring deeply the nuances of the steps that lead to commitment to a wife and family.

Storyline

A bachelor needs to get married and have a settled life.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Delbert Mann for directing effort. Thank you to Producers Harold Hecht and Burt Lancaster for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Marty Piletti (Ernest Borgnine), Clara Snyder (Betsy Blair), Mrs. Teresa Piletti (Esther Minciotti), Aunt Catherine (Augusta Ciolli), Angie (Joe Mantell), Virginia (Karen Steele), and Tommy (Jerry Paris).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. This movie goes on the Best Hollywood Movies list and should be on one’s bucket list of movies to watch. It thoroughly earns its right to time and money investment. Thank you to the Director Delbert Mann for outstanding work in movie presentation.

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