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These Foolish Things 2006 123movies

These Foolish Things 2006 123movies

Mar. 10, 2006107 Min.
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5 1 vote

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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Screen luminaries Lauren Bacall, Anjelica Huston and Terence Stamp lead a stellar ensemble cast in this extraordinary, heartwarming rags-to-riches story set in 1930s England. A struggling young actress, a fledgling director and an ambitious playwright become embroiled in an emotional love triangle as they strive for recognition, fame and fortune in a world on the brink of World War II.
Plot: The world’s on the brink of World War II, but a young actress is caught in a sentimental contest between a playwright and a director.
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These Foolish Things 2006 123movies 1 These Foolish Things 2006 123movies 25.6/10 Votes: 462
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Good effort
Not the best film in the world but a good effort by upcoming director Taylor-Stanley. I’m giving it seven because it wasn’t dreadful and because the film score was fantastic.

Some of the acting is stronger in some places; some is weaker – I wasn’t overwhelmed by the performance of the leading role of Diana, but supporting roles were good: Andy Lincoln did a great piece as Lovell, and Terence Stamp was wonderful as Baker. There were one or two small anachronisms, but mostly what you’d consider “anorak” things; for instance there is one point in the office of a theatrical agent where he fakes a telephone call, and the wire connecting the hand-held part of the Telephone is curly whereas in the 30s it should have been straight. There was also the use of the phrase ‘Jesus H Christ’ which was an anachronism, but generally a good film. The film score was wonderful, Mr Lynn is a complete unknown but it appears that the risk Taylor-Stanley took by hiring him was worth it.

As mentioned above, as a combination of the film’s strong and weak points, I give it 7 out of 10.

Review By: asw-prophile Rating: 7 Date: 2006-04-26
Those Stumbling Words …
… that sent me to the sick bag. The one burning question I would put to Julia Taylor-Stanley is how the hell do you get FINANCE for something this bad because if I couldn’t produce at least half a dozen better scripts between now and, say, June I’ll turn in my Writers ticket. For some reason either Taylor-Stanley herself or IMDb has seen fit to remove the other writing credit that appears on the film itself ‘based on the novel “There’s A Porpoise Close Behind Me” by Noel Langley. Langley was born in 1911 and has some fairly decent writing and directing credits; Taylor-Stanley doesn’t reveal her age on IMDb but based on this movie I’d say she went on to solid foods and began walking about three weeks ago. Since she takes (at least on IMDb) sole writing credit she must, by extension, take sole blame. It’s difficult to know where to begin – yes, it’s that bad. It has the same not-quite-right sense of period that obtained in ‘Mrs Henderson Presents’ but without the gravitas of Judi Dench to compensate. Taylor-Stanley seems to have prepared both herself and the young members of the cast to recreate the ‘feel’ of the thirties by reading vintage Noel Coward plays or getting the BFI to screen some of those unwatchable Ivor Novello films from the late twenties/early thirties. It’s not really enough to deck everyone out in ‘period’ frocks and punctuate the risible dialogue with a selection of ‘silly’ vintage records, you need total immersion – and it CAN be done, make no mistake; on the same day I saw this I saw Les Ames Grises which is set in 1916 and is TOTALLY convincing – but Taylor-Stanley and her cast need total immersion in the local swimming baths til they cry Uncle. A second question I would put to Taylor-Stanley is who or what was her target audience. I myself have a certain affection for the Brief Encounters, Quiet Weddings, Fallen Idols and Dear Octopi of this world and went along prepared to embrace this but alas it lacks completely the charm, warmth and artistry of the above and I wonder if Terence Stamp himself knew exactly what kind of Renaissance Boy he was supposed to be playing. Put this in the bin marked ‘Revolver’.
Review By: writers_reign Rating: 2 Date: 2006-03-12

Other Information:

Original Title These Foolish Things
Release Date 2006-03-10
Release Year 2005

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 47 min (107 min) (Brazil)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director Julia Taylor-Stanley
Writer Noel Langley, Julia Taylor-Stanley
Actors Charlotte Lucas, Craig Rooke, Julia McKenzie
Country United Kingdom
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
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Original title These Foolish Things
TMDb Rating 6.1 15 votes

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