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A really great movie
- Yolande Agble
My husband and I rate this as one of our very favourite movies. The action takes place almost entirely at an airport, involving a variety of characters and emotions very well portrayed-romance, pathos, drama, excitement and best of all NO VIOLENCE or tawdry sex scenes. A great movie for family members to sit and enjoy.
So much better than I expected!
- Richard Burton Fan
While I started watching this movie because I was too lazy to change the channel from the previous movie, I quickly became engrossed in it. I truly did not expect each of the individual stories to be so compelling, but they truly were. First of all, as my posting name suggests I am a Richard Burton fan. He was swoon-worthy playing an irresistibly handsome and velvet-voiced but personally tortured rich man whose inability to express his very deep love and need for his spoiled, beautiful wife (Elizabeth Taylor of course) has led to her imminent departure from their marriage in London to an affair in the Caribbean with an ALMOST equally irresistible playboy who also truly seems to love her. I enjoyed what was to me the very real suspense of her making her choice, and even more what I felt was the satisfying (if not all that realistic, LOL) conclusion. The story featuring Rod Taylor and Maggie Smith also held my attention from beginning to end. I more or less worship Maggie Smith and it was a treat to see her in this movie, in a more subdued role than I'm used to seeing her in. I ordinarily am not a fan of Rod Taylor, but I enjoyed him as well. Another satisfying conclusion to a story fraught with anxiety and hidden emotions. I knew Orson Welles was in this movie but he was so well-disguised I didn't recognize him at first. I'm a huge fan of him as well, and he was very entertaining in this, as was his leading lady -- the end of their story, where she says "Marty Stewart" (I won't say why if you haven't seen it) is priceless. And Margaret Rutherford -- sheer and utter perfection. That's all I can say about her and her story, which I think was the most emotionally resonant of all. Its sweet conclusion really teared me up. I also enjoyed the early '60's airport setting and fashions and the British accents! Just a great movie all around. Highly recommended.
Plane of Fools
Actually, Ship of Fools wasn't a bad movie, but not even the considerable talents of this film's stars can help this ho-hum turkey achieve takeoff velocity. Mostly it just made me nostalgic for the days when you could get on a plane without taking your shoes off and being strip-searched. Watch it if you have nothing better to do.
Based on Vivian Leigh @ Sir. Larry @ Peter Finch I liked it. But most I loved Maggie Smith @ Dame Margaret she stole the picture. Louis Jordan was good and smarmy. Costumes for La Liz nice.
A Treat That Melts In Your Mouth!
- M. Pickford
More talent in one movie then all of Hollywood now AND a great film!
O filme e todos os personagens são excelentes. O filme tem um ótimo elenco e eu gostei do Traillerque vi.
A waste of talent
This is a preposterous plot but the cast of actors is extraordinary. The film is unworthy of the caliber of the actors...but for a snowy afternoon...it was great!
don't forget a very young maggie smith
Everything Margaret Rutherford did was fabulous
She had perfect comedic timing. Wonderful facial expressions, and so witty and droll. One of the funniest ladies ever.
One reason to view
- C Parker
Margaret Rutherford's performance is definately worth a watch. The rest? SO-SO.