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One More River(1934)

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  • one more river

    • kevin sellers
    • 12/16/17

    Nearly got drowned trying to cross this river. What a fucking bore! I mean, I know it's the great James Whale we're dealing with here but just how much info on the Parliamentary elections of 1933 is a 21st century resident of L.A. expected to take, for cryin out loud? Plus endless scenes of rich Brits sitting around talking. And conversing. And chatting. We're thirty minutes in before the villain of the piece makes his entrance and the conflict starts, and even after that we're constantly being interrupted with dull stuff like scenery chewing from Mrs. Pat and stodgy courtroom drama. The one thing you wait and hope for, a gripping scene of emotional violence between Diana Wynyard and Colin Clive, never occurs. Give it a C minus.

  • Diana is GREAT

    • denise buddecke
    • 12/4/17

    I agree with the previous review, Diana is a great actress. I am not familiar with any of her films but plan to look for others. The entire cast was wonderful too.

  • Diana is the reason

    • Susan Hudek
    • 12/2/17

    This movie, as Leonard Maltin wrote, is dated but Diana Wynyard is all the reason you need to watch. She is a tremendously good actress who I wish made even more movies than she did.Any movie that has two of the British Hollywood Royals such a C Aubrey Smith and Henry Stephenson in the cast are always worth the viewing. Jane Wyatt does fine in her first Hollywood role and you also have the novelty of watching the stage actress Mrs. Patrick Campbell considered in her time a "Great".Colin Clive's character is rotten to the core and frankly so is his acting. Everything the man seems to do is over done' you know, give me some mustard with that ham. But as my title says Diana is the reason to watch.If you haven't seen her in Cavalcade you should. She is superb. This movie will keep you entertained that's why I gave it 4/5 stars

  • Please Play Again on TCM

    • haven'thadthepleasure
    • 2/4/15

    Jimmy Whale film,controversial in 1934 due to Jos.Breen and THE LEAGUE.Calling most of Hollywood's population perverted,the Catholic Church has its own perverts to answer for thru history.John Galsworthy's last film,he of Forsyte Saga fame is in need of a remake by today's film makers.Plenty to stir up sentiment,a marital rape,sadism of the husband,attempt to move on with her life by his brutalized wife,the love of a decent man,unbelievable courtroom dramatization with the wife branded an adulterer,quite falsely,it can't miss today!

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