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Movies Posts Tagged as '1950s'

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Hondo (1953) Howl

A wife/mother abandoned by hubby on Apache terrain staves off conflict when an Indian head takes a liking to her son. Apaches don't cry and revere baby boys as gifts. An ultimatum is issued. She must decide on an Indian for a husband or the Apaches will kidnap and raise her son. She keeps hoping her husband returns but the Apaches think he's dead. In struts John Wayne as a half Apache gunslinger that causes as much ruckus as he does saving. The best westerns contain wide landscapes, big hearts and simple writing. Society (Apaches) has the right to teach a boy to become a man for the benefit of his survival. Wayne is classic and Geraldine has the audacity to stand up for her son and protect their homestead. The kid is precious.

(If you want to be an asshole, you can count how many times the make-up runs off Apache legs or you can just enjoy a great story.) 26-Dec-2021

Tags: 1950s, Action, Action Fun, Chemistry, Cultural, Director's Touch, Drama, Funny, Good Acting, Heart Writ, Hot Swatch, Inspired, Music Swings, Relationships, Revenge, Romance, Sentimental, Suspense, Sweet, Tough, Twisty, Western, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Thoughtful, Writ Tight

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26-Dec-2021


War Of The Worlds, The (1953) Woof

God was so angry at us in the 50's that he sent aliens with innovative tech to destroy us. The film details the science and the purpose. Actors are effective. Effects hold up. Its relevance withstands. 26-Nov-2021

Tags: 1950s, Action Fun, Best in Sci-Fi, Camp, Classic, Conspiracy Theory, Creepy, Daddy Squish, Director's Art, Drama, Enthusiastic, Inspired, SciFi, Star Watt, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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26-Nov-2021


Bat, The (1959) Arf

Lesbian writer moves into a fully staffed mansion that quits once "The Bat" killer strikes town. Some of the pestilence Agnes Moorhead has to rid her mansion of is the Queen of Horror, Vincent Price. "The Bat" killer has only one claw. They couldn't afford a seamstress? Silly shenanigans aside, it's about a famous artist on the down low living a glorious life with her lover as her maid. Brilliant. That part. 02-Nov-2021

Tags: 1950s, Chemistry, Conspiracy Theory, Crapfun, Drama, Funny, Gay, Good Acting, Horror, Stupid Funny, Suspense, Wit Snit

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02-Nov-2021


Iron Mistress, The (1952) Whimper

The mistress is a knife. Men are constantly dueling, women are constantly conquering. The woman is torn between great sex or better fashion. The love obsession keeps fumbling her preference. Her main preference keeps dueling and killing to break her iron will. Iron doesn't break as easily as a blade bends. The black experience is joyous, the thoughts are candy flavored and the premise is pristine, repetitive and dull. 30-Sep-2021

Tags: 1950s, Action, Cold, Drama, Mystery, Over the Top, Romance, Star Watt, Tedium, Wit Crack, Words Spoke

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30-Sep-2021


My Cousin Rachel (1952) Woof

Wealthy cousin moves away, gets married, sends cryptic letters to his younger cousin denouncing his wife before dying under questionable circumstances. Richard Burton plays a princely cousin hellbent on unmasking the greedy widow. Will love conquer vengeance? Olivia de Havilland was a saintly schemer with exquisite manners and sarcasm. Richard Burton pranced around like a Shakespearean athlete ripping his heart out to the strings of a magnificent woman that's impossible to avenge. The legends reenact what may have happened to his dead cousin and the irony is stupendous. 28-Sep-2021

Tags: 1950s, Chemistry, Daddy Squish, Director's Slice, Drama, Funny, Good Acting, Heart Writ, Music Swings, Mystery, Relationships, Romance, Suspense, Twisty, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Thoughtful, Writ Tight

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28-Sep-2021


Backfire (1950) Arf

A most pretty paraplegic is released from the hospital after a complete recovery. His best friend is missing. TG he bagged the prettiest nurse on the base. The pretty boy obsessed with his bestie treats his girlfriend like a nurse. Virginia Mayo's charms were lost on him. He needs to find "daddy." His friend is being accused of horrible crimes and it takes a tough pretty boy to find him. Too bad daddy was boring. There's a gay subtext somewhere but I couldn't figure it out. 18-Sep-2021

Tags: 1950s, Accidental Watch, Cold, Crime Drama, Daddy Squish, Drama, Fatigue, Hot Swatch, Slow, Timid, Wit Crack

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18-Sep-2021


Stage Fright (1950) Woof

Killer is setting her lover up to take the blame for her husband's murder. Setup is a tingly nincompoop that obliges the voice of love. Good girl is the bestie with a crush that will find proof to save him. Jane Wyman's talent had me swooning. Alastair Sim was sly and supportive. Richard Todd was psychological. Marlene Dietrich glimmered. Michael Wilding exhilarated. The shots don't disappoint, the puzzle is precise and the whole is enviously entertaining. 06-Sep-2021

Tags: 1950s, Chemistry, Classic, Crime Drama, Daddy Squish, Director's Art, Drama, Fun, Good Idea, Heart Writ, Magnetism, Mystery, Relationships, Star Watt, Thriller, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Thoughtful, Writ Tight

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06-Sep-2021


Our Miss Brooks (1956) Arf

Miss Brooks is a respected English teacher who's moved to a new town for a progressive opportunity. Competitiveness at work is minimal as she plays well with boys, stimulates her students and knocks sense into obstinate parents. She has a desperate need to settle down which is not characteristic of a woman that's acquired equality. She's good at everything. She has the cutest landlady, a rich daddy, a working daddy, a great job, the esteem of the community and she's smart. The film has sitcom sensibilities and a pleasant Desilu alumni. Gale Gordon was a pratfall master that endured a lot of physical punishment to make us laugh. I laughed. Eve Arden was a master wit. She told it like it was and lived it. She was an act of freedom. 05-Sep-2021

Tags: 1950s, Chemistry, Comedy, Crapfun, Daddy Squish, Drama, Funny, Good Acting, Predictable, Relationships, Romance, Star Watt, Stupid Funny, TV-like, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Thoughtful, Writ w/Possibilities

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05-Sep-2021


Bullwhip (1958) Woof

Half-breed cowgirl can't reclaim her inheritance unless she marries. The lady wields it, cracks it and entangles it around a very pretty cowboy that she sets up to hang unless he marries her. The bullwhip is a symbol and not really part of the act. Woman betrays cowboy. Cowboy resolves that a lesson must be taught. Lady with a whip refuses to be slave to any man. She is a man. Cowboy is smitten with her fierceness but ruffled by her lack of heart. The best way to shut a woman down is with life lessons. A woman counters by being more of a woman. Cowboy gets mushy but remains tough as heinous crimes are rewritten. It's B-grade candy, flavored by Rhonda Fleming luminescence and Guy Madison heart thumps. It preferred fistfights to guns which begat a stuntman showcase. 14-Aug-2021

Tags: 1950s, Action, Action Fun, Chemistry, Cultural, Daddy Squish, Director Movement, Drama, Elegance, Enthusiastic, Fun, Funny, Good Acting, Hot Swatch, Pretty, Romance, Sentimental, Star Watt, Subtle, Western, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Thoughtful

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14-Aug-2021


Johnny Guitar (1954) Woof

At no point did I strum for Johnny when Joan was the instrument. She cowboy'd up, accomplished some manly maneuvers, looked great, flicked her own and sent the lesbian and her male posse out to the western stratosphere. Pazuzu from "The Exorcist" (Mercedes McCambridge) was the town Karen, interfering in bisexual woman's business by inciting a mob of lawmen to protect the town from unclassified hedonism. Battle ensues as the lesbian pretends she has a soft spot for one of Joan's goons. "Bitch, there's only one man in the room and her name is Joan!" 08-Jul-2021

Tags: 1950s, Action, Action Fun, Camp, Chemistry, Classic, Daddy Squish, Director's Touch, Drama, Elegance, Enthusiastic, Fun, Funny, Gay Swatch, Good Acting, Music Swings, Pretty, Relationships, Star Watt, Suspense, Tough, Western, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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08-Jul-2021


Untamed Youth (1957) Woof

Two pretty young things are arrested for vagrancy and swimming naked on a journey to Hollywood. Judge Judy gives them a choice, work on an agricultural farm or go to prison. Bubbleheads decide to pick cotton. Cotton pickers are rare and farmers are using the prisoners to make a profit. The farm is run by a Red Superman that enforces more than he preaches. He unleashes killer dogs on pregnant teens, serves them dog food, dehydrates them, kills, terminates, rapes, blackmails and threatens. Yet, every night, after picking cotton all day and eating dog food, the all gender prisoners find a way to perform a rock n' roll number. Red Superman is secretly married to Judge Judy. Judge Judy's gorgeous son starts working on the farm and catches the eye of the younger sister. Gorgeous son becomes weary of commandment and investigates. Judge Judy is plastered with red dick. She knows nothing. The musical numbers scream immediate cancellation but the performers look so good pushing it. Mamie Van Doren was a sex gift that calypsoed. She worked her butt off entertaining the boys. Is it historically credible that only white people, hispanics and lesbians committed all of America's crimes? The lesbian was a pisser. Puff prison pulp fun. 20-Jun-2021

Tags: 1950s, Accidental Watch, Action, Camp, Chemistry, Comedy, Crapfun, Cultish, Cultural, Daddy Squish, Director Movement, Drama, Enthusiastic, Funny, Gay Swatch, Hot Swatch, Musical, Relationships, Sentimental, Silly, Squish Alert, Star Watt, Suspense, Wit Crack, Words Spoke

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20-Jun-2021


Prodigal, The (1955) Woof

A wealthy Hebrew is so tantalized by the beauty of a High Priestess that he cashes in his inheritance, dumps his fiancĂ© and says adios to his family for a trip to pagan city. He meets nice assistance on the way and creates a family to help get him closer to his goal. She may serve two gods but he'll convince her there is only one. He woos her without losing his morality. Until he does. It is a lavish retelling of a bible story that is quite brutal and timely. God vs False Idols. Do we kill the people we don't agree with or enslave them? Lana Turner hit all the right Goddess marks and seduced our lenses. Edmund Purmon muscled his way through. The action held up. After the flirtation and consummation, arise feelings of conflict (him) and love (her.) It appeared that the most expensive fuck of his life was a bummer. He becomes a slave for holding on to his spirituality and starts a white slave uprising. 14-Jun-2021

Tags: 1950s, Accidental Watch, Action, Action Fun, Chemistry, Crapfun, Cultural, Daddy Squish, Director's Touch, Enthusiastic, Funny, Heart Writ, History, Music Swings, Relationships, Revenge, Sexy, Suspense, Tough, Twisty, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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14-Jun-2021


Careless Years, The (1957) Whimper

What are the lengths an untouched teen queen and a rebel rouser go to have sex without guilt? Get married? The parents are as excited of their proposal as invited homophobic family members are to go to a gay wedding. The movie/man obsesses whether they should have sex anyway since they're going to be together forever. The angst of a girl clinging to a specialty that means nothing to the man she's giving it to, is ridiculous. Just have it, already! Sex is just another addiction in life, like pooping. It was interesting to watch a baby Dean Stockwell preen like James Dean and Barbara Billingsley do the mama thing she does so well but the movie is about nothing. 13-Jun-2021

Tags: 1950s, Accidental Watch, Chemistry, Director's Touch, Drama, Hot Swatch, Preposterous, Relationships, Silly, Subtle, Timid, Twinkie, Weird, Wit Crack, Wit Snit

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13-Jun-2021


A Bucket Of Blood (1959) Arf

It feels like an episode trashed by The Twilight Zone because of extreme creepiness. Mentally unwell busboy works at a grungy cafe that spits art on a loop. It's just high people babbling (poetic readings), white people jazzing and everybody judging. There was a rap essence, pre-ALF jazz, optional shaving, questionable sexuality, men wore beach sandals with suits and the hate was chill. Busboy daddy dreams of becoming one of these assholes. He doesn't know any better. Busboy accidentally stabs a cat in the wall and it lands near his bucket of clay. Voila! Instant art! He brings the hideous sculpture to the cafe and becomes a hit. Voila! Genius art! He is now an asshole. 10-May-2021

Tags: 1950s, Accidental Watch, Camp, Chemistry, Cultural, Daddy Squish, Director's Touch, Drama, Funny, Horror, Music Swings, Star Watt, Suspense, Tacky, Trashy, Weird, Wit Crack, Words Spoke

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10-May-2021


Separate Tables (1958) Howl

The Beauregard Hotel is home to longevity, money, secrets and fraud. Deborah Kerr plays a mousey spinster constantly swooning over a mature army captain (David Niven) full of braggart. Her mother allows her breath but no life. Rita Hayworth is the classy lady of diminishing beauty checking in to recapture her ex-husband before he marries again. The ex-husband is Burt Lancaster, always snarling and whispering sweet nothings in a woman's ear. He is torn between his ex and the hotel manager. Rita's wild and untamed qualities inspire him to be violent. His abuse makes him feel bad. The hotel manager is not kind to bad touches. Wendy Hiller was no Rita but she wasn't dead. She let Burt know what a fool he had become. The guests find out that one of the oldest residents has been charged with sexual harassment. The writers serve the subject straight. The politics of the hotel are established by the power of the individual. The makeshift family has a meeting to decide whether they kick out the sad and charming sexual harasser from his home or let him be. Strong opinions are shared. A lesbian guest argues the best by not arguing at all. Contradictions, truths and insults arise. The captain may have rubbed a few legs and fondled some elbows but the guests have done catastrophically worst to each other. 02-May-2021

Tags: 1950s, Accidental Watch, Chemistry, Director's Achievement, Drama, Funny, Gay Swatch, Good Acting, Hot Swatch, Relationships, Romance, Sentimental, Star Watt, Tough, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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02-May-2021




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