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for your acting needs monty is the source.
never did one leading man and one single movie did so much for the career of George Clooney. confessions of a dangerous mind. the American. Michael clayton. up in the air. oceans too much. several others from the Montgomery clift catalog of acting. this movie might not be liked. for some reason parts have been sampled or ought right stolen by several film makers. maybe this stole from things before it. mickey one does come to my mind a little. not a great way for the lead to go out may be true. at least the guy left behind some goodies others benefited from.
- kevin sellers
Some actors are lucky with their final films, like John Wayne with "The Shootist" and Bette Davis with "Whales Of August." Unfortunately, Montgomery Clift was not one of them. The poor guy, looking frankly unwell, walks zombie like through the entire length of this utterly ordinary Cold War spy drama. Give it a C. P.S. To Kent, the previous reviewer, who called Clift a "mediocre actor" (without giving any examples or analysis to back up his opinion) I would only say, "Check out 'A Place In The Sun' and/or 'From Here To Eternity' and see if you don't amend your opinion."
Montgomery Clift, a most overrated performer
Drugs, alcohol and past injuries took their toll on this mediocre actor.