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WHAT A WASTE OF MONEY
A SILLY AND POINTLESS MOVIE..WHAT WAS THE STORY ABOUT..IF THERE WAS ONE OF COURSE!ALSO WHAT A WASTE OF GOOD TALENT..THEY MUST HAVE NEEDED THE MONEY TO BE INVOLVED WITH SUCH A JUNK PRODUCTION. I RECALL THAT I SAW THIS IN THE 1970'S AND IT HAS NOT IMPROVED SINCE THEN.IF JAMES BOND HAD MADE A GUEST ENTRY IF ONLY FOR A FEW SECONDS..IT MIGHT HAVE HELPED THE FILM!
Nonsensical plot.. Sean Connery didn't really have to stretch for this role considering he was an abusive type in real life.
This is just a horrible film which is a puzzle since the cast is amazing. Sean Connery, Jason Robards, Joanne Woodward, Jean Seaberg, and Colleen Dewhurst absolutely wasted in an unfunny and repulsive film. Sean Connery is a thug who spends his time abusing his hardworking wife and sleeping with every woman who find this bore irrestible. It of course the film ends happily when Sean Connery slugs his pregnant wife at her request to his love for her. Supposedly this has been excused that the first misogyny reflects the the period when it was made but it doesn'the where any comedy treated women so contemptuouslyrics or men portrayed as so vile.
A Lousy Madness
TCM has been showing a collection of movies made in around 1965 to 1970, all of them starring big name movie stars. They also have dreary idiotic plots involving unlikeable characters behaving badly, drunk, and in dysfunctional relationships. I guess they're products of their times, but even the better ones have not held up well over time. This movie is not one of the better ones. It's just stupid. A good cast can't save bad writing. There's just no point to this movie. Totally forgettable.
a fine madness
- kevin sellers
Annoying film that purports to satirize conventional society while employing that most conventional of fictional characters, the misunderstood poet of genius.