- Acting of Lead Performers
- Acting of Supporting Cast
- Music Score
- Title Sequence
- Historical Importance
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She, who must be obeyed
What a great line. Too bad it didn't have the desired affect when our children were young! Of course, that wasn't their job. Movie was a hoot at times. Thanks TCM.
That's enough for me
- Jay Harbaugh
Unless you are automatically drawn to any film starring Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing, this is a miserable movie, and a trial to sit through, except... and this is a big "except", it also showcases the unreasonably beautiful Ursula Andress. When a woman looks like that, there's nothing to be done but to give in, swoon, and admit that any excuse to see her is a good one. The plot depends on your willingness to believe that for millennia, men have been willing to destroy themselves for the chance to possess her. That part is more than believable; the rest of the film is a bad joke.
- PSP Rod
Over the years I have attempted to watch this film a number of times. I can never get past about 30-45 minutes before just stopping it.In general, I am a fan of the genre, but just can't find the action to be painfully slow moving.
SHE(1965) it's A Whole New Ball Bame...
Peter Cushing and John Richardson give the film enough gravitas, but the storyline and script, while somewhat poorly crafted , leave something to be desired. Holly(Cushing) and Leo(Richardson) after performing their military service in the Middle East , encounter an oriental , who influences them to find the Pharonic lost city of Kuma. Well, you know things won't go according to plan, the three of them , including valet Job(Bernard Cribbins), the comic relief, encounter troubles in the desert in their search.The love triangle number 2 consists of Ustane(Rosenda Monteros), Leo/Callicrates(Richardson), and Ayesha(Ursala Andress) Ayesha means "she who must be obeyed", yeah, doesn't even sound interesting, but there is some redemption.Andress is dubbed by Nikki Van der Syl as in the film Dr. No, and Ursala give a decent performance, as does Monteros.. 2000 years ago Ayesha offed Callicrates because he kept sticking his tongue down another girls throat. So there, but "She" still loves him and wants him to be the 'Man" that he was...Why, "SHE" didn't like that model either...o.k., so to make a long story somewhat shorter, Billallai(Christopher Lee) in a performance only slightly worse then "Pirates of Blood River", his part is given almost nothing to do, is the Chief Guard of "SHE", and actually saves the British trio from certain doom. Also, he has the hots for "SHE", but that is a late plot twist, that might have worked, had they not rushed it into the plot. Anyway , 4 stars out of 5 for Music Score, James Bernard delivers again, Peter Cushing is just Great on the screen, and beautiful color schemes add to the rich environment.
Hot 'She' it!
- San Fernando Curt
Not bad, just not very good. Hammer adventure has lustrous Ursula Andress and Rosenda Monteros ("Magnificent Seven") as pre-Halloween eye candy. There's some... action. More eye candy. Peter Cushing is about the best thing about it, playing the patient older professor trying to keep his horney young protegee from going of the edge for an agelessl Egyptian queen. ...A blond, no less. Incidentally, the first belly dancer there at the beginning is Soraya, second wife of the Shah of Iran - who did a little acting after the divorce. Nice. The Shah could pick 'em.
Love H Rider Haggard
- Robert Rivera
His novels are fascinating. Did you know that around 192x he wrote a prequel to She. A movie should be made about that and the powers that be should read it.
Why is this movie not available
I wish someone would tell me why I caanot find this movie?? This is a great movie and alot better than some that are out there. Please turn this movie loose.
A HASH OF A FILM
- r s sethi
Being a great fan of good old rider haggard, it was painful to see this screen version. I wonder why film makers have to destroy the essence of the novel and go hay-wire. Ursulla does look sensous but just cannot act.