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Movies Posts Tagged as '1940s'

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Big Sleep, The (1946) Woof

As soon as Humphrey Bogart admitted that he was short he set the design for his character. He was also aware that his magnetism made up for any shortcomings and that he made women swoon. The women he encountered were self-sufficient and magnificent. Hair was at its loveliest, the fashion was fit, make-up was transformative and the ladies acted their asses off. It was a fast paced script that had actors spilling words over each other. The wit was non-stop and I laughed throughout. A private investigator is hired to find out whose blackmailing a man's daughter. Private investigates, flirts with the victim, flirts with her older sister, investigates, had sexy banter with many women, becomes overwhelmed by the mystery and never turns down the character's sadistic rizz. What they didn't do is not as important as what they did. Bogart was masterclass, Bacall made cigarettes sexy, the mystery intrigued and it's cool as fuck. 31-Dec-2023

Tags: 1940s, Cheeky Acting, Chemistry, Classic, Crime Drama, Daddy Squish, Director's Art, Drama, Funny, Great Acting, Hot Swatch, Mystery, Psychological, Relationships, Star Watt, Suspense, Tough, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Thoughtful, Writ Tight, Writing Reigns

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31-Dec-2023


The More The Merrier (1943) Woof

During WW2 there was a shortage of living space in America. Washington was doing its part by opening rooms for rent. The demand became high and cutthroat. There were more no vacanciy signs than opportunities. A man had to do what he had to do. An old man cons himself a room that belongs to an independent female. He had snowman personality, writer's wit and desperate charm. He was harmless and she was uptight, lonely and sold. Jean Arthur was a working gal and a component of liberation. Men were fighting and women were in charge and in demand. There were 8 girls for one boy. Charles Coburn has seen life and thinks that he can relax his roomie's anal retentiveness by giving her life adventure. The roommates had rifts and instances of sentimentality but things escalated once the old man rented his half of the room to a young serviceman without consent. Joel McCrea had little patience, was a straight shooter, doomed and a tall milkshake. He's seen worst than the old man and he just wants escape. Tensions roll out, a family is born and rules are broken. Silly and comforting. A Lucy Ricardo life without Ricky. Cute from top to bottom. 19-Dec-2023

Tags: 1940s, Classic, Comedy, Cute, Daddy Squish, Director Movement, Director's Touch, Drama, Enthusiastic, Fun, Funny, Heart Writ, Physical Humor, Pretty, Relationships, Romance, Star Watt, Stupid Funny, Tough, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Thoughtful, Writ Tight

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19-Dec-2023


Divorce (1945) Arf

Sometimes women gained power through marriage and success after divorce. The film contemplates how a woman can abuse her independence. The divorcee in question decides to travel to her hometown to buy the man that got away. The man that got away is married with children and ignorantly content. Divorcee befriends married lady, latches on to her husband and touts him to rule the world. The man's wife registers as a doormat who accepts all of the husband's excuses and waits. The children are sad. The film is slight, signaling the constant worry a woman suffers to obtain and hold on to family or a man that others want. 07-Dec-2023

Tags: 1940s, Accidental Watch, Cheeky Acting, Chemistry, Director Movement, Drama, Enthusiastic, Funny, Sort of, Good Acting, Relationships, Romance, Sentimental, Star Watt, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ w/Possibilities

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07-Dec-2023


Adam Had Four Sons (1941) Arf

It zipped through chapters as if only one page was allowed for each. They wasted Ingrid Bergman's haloed face and Susan Hayward's whiskey voiced bad girl. 19 year old governess develops feelings for a grandpa daddy, his perfect boys and ailing wife. The boys become attached and she becomes like family. She weaves in and out of their lives spanning years of separation. She returns to some really handsome adult sons and never aging grandpa for no reason other than a promise and bottled up hope. The brothers are fighting the war and a brother has brought a disruption into their home. Susan Hayward is that thing that keeps it chaotic while laughing about it. I didn't know it was a custom, in the 1900's, for women to kiss men on the mouth willy nilly. It was so ahead of its time I couldn't stop laughing. She made out with grandpa or any attractive man or boy that looked her way. She marries one, seduces another and maybe another until it becomes deadly. It squeezed too much history and information to empathize with and the bitch showdown consisted of Ingrid Bergman packing the whore's clothes and maybe shoving her down the stairs. 20-Apr-2023

Tags: 1940s, Accidental Watch, Camp, Chemistry, Crapfun, Drama, Funny, Sort of, Hot Swatch, Relationships, Romance, Star Watt, Trashy, Wit Crack, Wit Snit

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20-Apr-2023


Random Harvest (1942) Woof

Old ex warmonger escapes a military asylum housing him because of amnesia. Can a man with no signature or memories lead a happy life? Greer Garson seems to think so. She is patient, overprotective and decisive. Ronald Colman plays the lost man as a terminally ill person that has little time to appreciate smiles and good memories. Mama Garson strips Colman of his insecurities by putting him on a pedestal. Ronald Colman breaks the spell by having another accident. He keeps rebooting. He remembers before the war but not afterwards. Garson, who? Luckily, he comes from prestige and the world is open to him. He has family, position, respect and a niece with baby's breath. The teen was efficiently smart. If she seduces him now she can easily unstitch for him later, when she's legal. The girl keeps declaring that he's not really her uncle. (Then, why does she keep calling him that?) His new past enters his present to prove to him that she is the only thing in his life worth remembering. I am not sure the logistics were accurate but the story considered many outcomes and Greer Garson was a stunner. She turned her stone diamond persona into bouncy balloons. I couldn't stop studying her. 29-Mar-2023

Tags: 1940s, Accidental Watch, Chemistry, Classic, Daddy Squish, Director's Touch, Drama, Good Acting, Heart Writ, Magnetism, Psychological, Relationships, Romance, Sentimental, Star Watt, Suspense, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Thoughtful

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29-Mar-2023


Father Takes A Wife (1941) Arf

Menopausal shipping magnate dumps his business and distances himself from family because he wants to re-marry. The wife is a young Gloria Swanson playing a celebrated actress ready to retire with the old rich man of every woman's dream. She had money and success but wanted security. Adolphe Menjou was too cute and proper to put down but mama Swanson deserved to fuck his boring beautiful son. The film is split in three. Intro fears, adaptation, immigration, saving the planet and regretting it. Swanson and Menjou quarrel about masculinity and woman's liberation while receiving modern advice from the son and sweet wife. The event is Desi Arnaz as a stowaway on their honeymoon cruise where they decide to rescue him and offer him a lifestyle only the elite could afford. He can sing, shave and fuck like a bandit and he's pretty too. He deserved to fuck everybody including senior and junior. Swanson deserved to put him on her plate. Desi's accent was very light and we got to experience him how Lucy saw him. A beautiful ham. Its heart was distant, the comedy avoided the soul but the pretense was fun. 14-Mar-2022

Tags: 1940s, Camp, Comedy, Daddy Squish, Director Movement, Drama, Enthusiastic, Funny, Good Acting, Hot Swatch, Over the Top, Shrill Act, Silly, Star Watt, Sweet, Vague, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke

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14-Mar-2022


Humoresque (1946) Howl

Like Batman I focused on a minor detail that should have gotten someone fired and the picture burnt. Ms. Crawford's leg looks beat up. Is it make-up? Is it black nail polish? Did she fall down a flight of stairs? Are those surgery scars? Is that why she's sitting? Was she secretly dirty? It looks awful. 14-Mar-2022
Should you expect payback for endorsing a genius? The film ponders it and applies solutions. John Garfield was born to play broke hot daddies with genius and obsessive compulsions. Joan Crawford always "manned up" to cure them. Ms. Crawford was almost comical until she put on a pair of glasses and blossomed into a bona fide artist. It was classic thespian. The parents' interjection seemed appropriate to the traditions of a hard working family. The family worked to establish a genius and survive. Mama and papa were the mama and papa that lucky children got. Papa looked out while mama cared a lot. Flashbacks were insightful. Ms. Crawford was fashionably tailored to her specifications. The story happens. Oscar Levant was the wisecracking loser that coasted from genius because he failed on his own. He spoke the uncomfortable words the "damned" never listened to because he wasn't "hot." Funny. 04-Mar-2022

Tags: 1940s, Chemistry, Classic, Daddy Squish, Director Movement, Director's Art, Drama, Elegance, Fun, Funny, Gay Swatch, Good Acting, Heart Writ, Magnetism, Music Swings, Relationships, Sentimental, Star Watt, Trashy, Twisty, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Thoughtful, Writ Tight, Writing Reigns

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14-Mar-2022


Kathleen (1941) Woof

Growing moppet with a grudge against her invasive nanny, the privileged world that enslaves her and the widowed daddy that ignores her, retaliates. 12 year old booby traps a private box with written warnings to pique the witch's interest. It explodes. Opening the box proves the nanny's invasion of privacy and that the witch wasn't what daddy thought she was. They hire a female psychiatrist to observe and treat the child's behavior and change it for the better. Moppet warms to common sense, things with daddy improve and moppet is whirling in family heaven. A fourth wheel, a money grubbing whore, tears the moppet's fairy tale walls down and rebuilds them with shields of female entitlement by trying to marry the rich old bastard. Bitchfest! 01-Jan-2022

Tags: 1940s, Comedy, Director's Slice, Drama, Enthusiastic, Funny, Relationships, Romance, Star Watt, Sweet, Tough, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Thoughtful

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01-Jan-2022


A Woman's Secret (1949) Arf

Music legend keeps her legacy alive by grooming a naive talent to sustain it. Legend shoots bankable star after an argument about control and declares it to the authorities. The police department is kind, gentle and slow in its investigation. The truth doesn't generate much ruckus, the mystery is simplified and the daddies aren't worth dying for. The Fowlers were adorable. 11-Sep-2021

Tags: 1940s, Chemistry, Crime Drama, Daddy Squish, Drama, Funny, Mystery, Silly, Slow, Timid, Words Spoke, Writ w/Possibilities

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11-Sep-2021


Blonde Fever (1944) Arf

A retiring couple who own a roadside cafe have their marriage tested when they hire a pretty young thing as a waitress. Pretty young thing captures daddy's attention and his tongue. She's that baby smell all mothers talk about. Momma is an elegant insecurity blanket trying to outsmart the old man and his twit. The twit is playing her own game. Marry a hard working boy or wear diamonds on a leash. The choice is simple except the rich-appearing couple are broke. Her twinx fiancee gets hired by wife to keep girl confused and husband competing. Daddy gigolo gains accidental wealth which gives him choices, propels a generational class war and causes couple deconstruction. Mary Astor looked expensive. Gloria Grahame refused to be stupid but remained hot. Philip Dorn is that frightening beautiful thing that you fuck once and hope he forgets you. It spoke very comfortably about the relationship etiquette between aging, youth and sex. 08-Sep-2021

Tags: 1940s, Camp, Chemistry, Comedy, Crapfun, Daddy Squish, Director Movement, Enthusiastic, Funny, Relationships, Sentimental, Silly, Star Watt, Stupid Funny, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Thoughtful

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08-Sep-2021


Lady Takes A Sailor, The (1949) Howl

Promising businesswoman gets hit by a submarine while sailing. A sunshine spitting mariner reluctantly rescues her. She becomes privy to a super submarine but its captain remains a mystery. Once ashore she galvanizes the press and her business support with the story of her rescue. They think she is lying so they cancel her. Business funding is out, the camera footage proving her truth has been stolen and she's losing followers. Meanwhile, daddy spit sunshine's career is being threatened if the public believes her. It's oneupmanship of a tingly kind, romance of another with two star legends willing to do anything for a laugh and adoration. Eve Arden never hurts. Screwball comedy masters. 06-Sep-2021

Tags: 1940s, Action Fun, Best In Comedy, Chemistry, Classic, Comedy, Cute, Daddy Squish, Director Movement, Drama, Enthusiastic, Funny, Heart Writ, Hot Swatch, Magnetism, Music Swings, Relationships, Romance, Silly, Star Watt, Tough, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Thoughtful, Writ Tight

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06-Sep-2021


Velvet Touch, The (1948) Howl

Broadway legend destroys many lives by extinguishing her commitment to a producer/lover. She's in love with a big nosed romantic, wants to change producers and to take risks in her career. Love has changed her. Angelina's so giddy that she makes amends with her nemesis and promises to return Brad to her. She plots a clean break but reality throws a curveball. The mare and the stallion have a violent showdown. He shoots her with accountability bullets, she kills him with rage and the crime scene shifts towards Jennifer. Rosalind Russell is a sharp wit, a cutthroat and a talent. She doesn't want to go to prison but can't allow an innocent person to take the blame. Her act within the act is marvelous and addictive. You follow her til the wrenching curtain call where her choices are bad for everyone but her luck remains the same. Sydney Greenstreet as Captain Danbury was a playful bear who appeared smarter than written. Theresa Harris expended tears and wit as a black assistant. Dan Tobin was gay significant. Claire Trevor looked like the type you leave. The movie had bitchy guts and a tight pussy. 19-Jun-2021

Tags: 1940s, Chemistry, Crime Drama, Daddy Squish, Director's Achievement, Drama, Elegance, Enthusiastic, Funny, Gay Swatch, Good Acting, Hot Swatch, Music Swings, Mystery, Relationships, Sentimental, Star Watt, Suspense, Tough, Trashy, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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19-Jun-2021


East Side West Side (1949) Arf

Tricky dick (James Mason) happily married to a lesbian sophisticate is tempted by the return of his tempestuous alpha lesbian lover. Barbara Stanwyck and Van Heflin have comaraderie and the camera loved Ava Gardner and Cyd Charisse but the crime caper is overdone. The cameos from Fred Mertz as an ironic sober bartender and the best female cocksucker in Hollywood under an assumed name, lend it Pokemon status. The girls were fabulous, the film was okay. 28-May-2021

Tags: 1940s, Accidental Watch, Daddy Squish, Director's Touch, Drama, Elegance, Gay Swatch, Good Acting, Lesbian, Mystery, Over the Top, Relationships, Romance, Star Watt, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ w/Possibilities

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28-May-2021


Primrose Path (1940) Howl

Tomboy receives her first kiss from a Tractor Daddy and it compels her to dress like a lady (tramp) and stalk him. He doesn't want a woman in his life he wants the shy saucy mouthed little girl he met. They marry, manage a cafe and are adorably happy until a family dinner with her family wrecks it. Tomboy's father is of honored intelligence with no job, lots of drink and no hope for a future. The mother is the ex famous beauty on the hill who gave up her dreams to feed her mother, two daughters, lousy husband and herself. Men with money escort them upstairs while the ladies snatch it. Grandma is a tacky invasion and the youngest is a brat spoiled by presents and groceries only an expert mother can bring. Ginger Rogers is swell proving she can do things herself, Joel McCrea is a giant worth looking up for and every character played to our sympathies. Fuck you, parents! 01-May-2021

Tags: 1940s, Chemistry, Classic, Cultural, Daddy Squish, Director's Art, Drama, Enthusiastic, Funny, Good Acting, Music Swings, Relationships, Romance, Star Watt, Sweet, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight, Writing Reigns

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01-May-2021


Fallen Idol, The (1948) Howl

Ambassador's kid has the run of the mansion and the staff whilst the parents are away. The butler is a hero to the kid because he regales him with stories of how he murdered people in self-defense, allows him treats and spends quality time. Mrs. Butler is a stern enforcer, a mother sub slapper who fries animals and is scary film fun. Butler is having an affair that the child is privy to. The lady is introduced to the boy as the butler's "niece." The three go on outings together. Boy likes niece. Boy is having fun. The boy's slip of the tongue tips Mrs. Butler. She plots. Someone dies. The boy doesn't understand when to lie or tell the truth. The boy's isolation and loneliness happens in big spaces where the adults fuss over him but don't listen to a word he says. Grand camera work boosts everything. It's a trial of a little boy who was fed a pack of lies and whose wrong perception of adult things fucked them all up. 18-Apr-2021

Tags: 1940s, Accidental Watch, Best In Drama, Chemistry, Classic, Creepy, Crime Drama, Director's Art, Drama, Funny, Good Acting, Inspired, Mystery, Star Watt, Suspense, Tough, Twisty, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight, Writing Reigns

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18-Apr-2021




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