This movie is considered to be the first significant American films about World War II to be released after the end of the war.
This one pairs Cary Grant and Shirley Temple in a classic screwball comedy.
A brutally honest movie that pushes the audience into uncomfortable territory.
“Oh my God, I’m getting pulled over. Everyone, just… pretend to be normal.” – Greg Kinnear as Richard Hoover
“‘Course I’m respectable. I’m old. Politicians, ugly buildings, and whores all get respectable if they last long enough.” – John Huston as Noah Cross
My complete list of Oscar predictions, winners, and other thoughts.
My picks for the 88th Academy Awards.
“A week ago I bought a rifle, I went to the store – I bought a rifle! I was gonna, you know, if they told me I had a tumor, I was gonna kill myself. The only thing that might-ve stopped me – MIGHT’VE – is that my parents would be devastated. I would have to shoot them also, first. And then I have an aunt and uncle – you know – it would’ve been a blood bath.” – Woody Allen as Mickey