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Brewster's Millions(1945)

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  • brewster's millions

    • kevin sellers
    • 1/14/18

    Half ass Sturges with a screenplay loaded with one liners that fall somewhere between a smile and a laugh. However, director Allen Dwan has a jaunty, swingy rhythm and at no point does the film purport to be anything deeper or other than fun, and there's something to be said for that. Also, there's no denying the likability and, at times, charm of Dennis O'Keefe, June Havoc, Mischa Auer, and Helen Taylor. So, let's give it a B minus.

  • underappreciated performance

    • don letta
    • 1/10/18

    Dennis O'Keefe certainly qualifies as one of the underappreciated stars of the past. Along with Jack Carson, Robert Ryan and Robert Preston, he never gave a bad performance. He handled, musicals, mysteries,and comedies with flair and originality, and his unique good looks were definitely in his favor.Enter Brewster's Millions... a film that put him in every frame, a situation that can be an advantage, or not. And in which he proved that he was an excellent performer. Cast with other pros... Nana Bryant, Helen Walker and June Havoc, he never steals a scene. Rather, he brings them with him on a nutty ride through an hour and one-half of harebrained schemes designed to help him loose a million bucks in two months, at which time, if he succeeds, he'll get another eight mil. An interesting concept, and everybody's secret dream, it's been filmed many times, but for my money (would that it were a million), this one wraps it up nicely. An unsung classic!

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