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They Call It Sin

They Call It Sin(1932)

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  • Great story line

    • Don
    • 1/12/13

    Don't let the title fool you. This movie has a great story line of an innocent young woman from Kansas going to New York in pursuit of a young man she fell in love with back home. The line of "...not in Kansas anymore" applies as the seedy life in the 'Big Apple' starts to play out. This is a great movie to see for those looking for romance as it was and should be, as depicted by the two of them in a row boat on a pond back home. The rating should be up in the plus 3 to 4 star range.

  • Stating the obvious

    • Deborah A Wilson
    • 1/10/13

    This 1932 movie dealt with several familiar themes: ambition, love, selfishness, betrayal, loyalty, and friendship, in that order. The opening scenes set the stage for conflict, which continues to build and play out in rapid throughout the movie. "They Call It Sin," moves quickly, although at times predictable, and brings the viewer to a slightly unpredictable finish. The viewer realizes at the end of the movie that Ms. Cullen, played by Loretta Young, is a person of integrity who is unwilling to build her happiness on the pain of others. I enjoyed the mildly surprise ending and would recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys old movies.

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