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- kevin sellers
This movie is "Charade" with about half the air let out of the balloon. Big problem is that Greg Peck is to Cary Grant as Martinellis is to Piper Heideseck. Give it a B minus.
what remakes are for.
do not despair.. if the title does not seem respectful or if the casting is wrong.. maybe some day soon.. Donald glover stars in .. mayonhazy..a sticky situation.
Very Entertaining, Has Sophia and Peck
Entertaining movie with a good performance by the bad bad guy, a solid Peck and most of all Sophia Loren. Loren is in class with few others. One sexy female, no wonder the Earth has 7 billion people and a warming climate!
Absolutely Love Gregory Peck and Sophia Loren
- Carmita Leftwich
I watch this movie over and over again because they have no more stars like these 2!!!!My favorite scenes are when Sophia first walks into the library and Greg is trying to decode the message andwhen they are in the bathtub together.The soundtrack by Henry Mancini is fantastic also. The one theme " We've Loved Before" is always heard when Sophia enters and at the end when they are in the lake.
Reminds me of....
Charade. And North By Northwest. Sort of a "what's going on here, and how did I get involved in this?" movie. Not as good as those other two, but Sophia looks great, Peck's performance o.k. Good adventure/romance.
It's the clothes!
- Joyceln G
I saw this movie for the first time at the local drive-in.. It is fun, suspenseful. and Sophia Loren has one of the best wardrobes.........including the shoes.
Why has this movie ever been on TCM? I often wonder if TCM has to obtain the rights to a movie before they (TCM) can show it. How does this work? Also,please show more Gregory Peck and Gary Cooper movies.
Light-hearted spy thriller.
- Charles Mcintosh
Beautiful people, romance, adventure, clever dialogue -- how often do you find that combination?