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  • Excuse the earlier rant ...

    • Mr. Blandings
    • 1/2/12

    ... but injustices, particularly to women and children, just get me going -- as does hyprocrisy. In the end, however, everyone has to judge their own actions, thoughts, and choices in life. Perhaps Mr. Cooper learned to do the right thing in his next incarnation, which, as karma would have it, would have been as a woman in a similar situation to Patricia Neal.

  • Tired of the double-standard

    • Mr. Blandings
    • 12/23/11

    Engaging film thanks to Claudette Colbert's heartfelt performance, Sammy the baby, Aloysius, and Mark. No thanks go to Cooper, however, who is his usual wooden, staccato-voiced self, playing a straight-laced ship's captain who thinks it's alright to fool around with women so long as one doesn't marry them. No, "those kind" of women are beneath a man (in more ways than one). What a supreme hypocrite. In the movie his character does the right thing in the end; not so in real life when Cooper had an affair with Patricia Neal while still married and got her pregnant. So what did the unfathomably well-liked-by-the-public Catholic Cooper do? He forced her to get an abortion, that's what, because his career as a "good guy" on film was more important to him than her or a baby's life. Then he slapped her in public because he saw another actor making a play for her. Of course he'd blame the woman, because hitting a man takes guts; after all he might hit you back. "Coop" punches a lot of people on screen and acts like the square-jawed, hate those Pinkos, all-American tough guy but in real life he's anything but a man. He's a hypocritcal, irresponsible, narrow-shouldered coward. I'll only ever tolerate him in a movie if there is someone else in the film that I'm a fan of and want to see, but this particular movie rang too close to real life to just focus on the character.

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