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The Knack ...and How to Get It (1965)
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Summary: In England, the times are a changing: it's mods and rockers. On the day Nancy gets off the London train, cases in hand, looking for the YWCA, Colin has had enough of missing out on the sexual revolution. He begs his smooth (and misogynistic) pal Tolen to teach him 'the knack' - how to score with women. (imdb)
Genre: Comedy
Country: UK
Directed By: Richard Lester
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na dharmabum
85
T9
na avgcrtckr
51
T5
na xacviant
57
T2
It's hard to see why this chaotic farce walked away with the Palme d'Or at Cannes; the script is filled with incoherent lines and bad jokes that pile up on top of each other, while Antony Gibbs' editing merely makes the thin story confusing. To be fair, Richard Lester pulls off some intriguing visuals (and a few funny bits), while the acting is mostly acceptable; Rita Tushingham is quite appealing, even when stuck with a drawn-out comic riff on the word "rape". Mainly a curiosity item.
na imdb
68
T7
na DBibby
47
T2
na nosre
78
T9
na winds
4
T3
na cripplehorse
76
T8
na welike
20
T5
na Veterini
82
T8
na hazelhawks
77
T8
na pzingg
78
T2
na lansaldo
80
T8
na cinema_hell
68
T3
na eric_sever
100
na Ronin21
67
T3
na darkman
45
T1
Out-dated and silly.
na CMQuinn
6
T4
na gimmefiction
70
T6
na ari
89
T10
na filmcricket
73
T9
na edaz
79
T4
na davidme
49
T3
na Not Yuman
70
T8
na strangelime
90
T8
na MoeHartman
69
T4
na manymoons
91
T10
na stig_otracy
7
T4
na RNG
33
T4
na Rumplesink
60
T4
na laika
58
T3
na las
65
T2
na moeta2
75
T2
na daystron7
53
T5
na JJ1986
40
T2
na jrpaulson
60
T3
na wetwillies
85
T6
It's a stylistic mess, but that's kind of the point, and that's why this film's rollicking, free-form environment is so much fun. It just feels like everyone is running around doing crazy shit and it's a blast.
na GarethD
75
T5
na Warren
70
T2
na lynchian
85
T9
na scott.mc
70
T6
na Scottathon
71
T4
na Groooan
5
T3
na flowing
61
T5
na mert0571
67
T7
na ludymylla
44
T3
na Antares
56
T2
na kneudorf
40
T3
na mannaz230
59
T3
na gleeb
69
T4
na PeaceAnarchy
82
T7
Curious mix of French and British New Wave. It plays out as nonsense, but understandable nonsense with some fun characters and a good use of style to comment on the generational shifts of the time. Not everything works, I found some of the way the film treats women to be rather crass, but perhaps that's still worthwhile as a relic of the times.
na hsncrspywl
46
T2
A movie very much set in what was then a contemporary time and place - swinging' sixties London. Good use of editing and a brilliant jazzy score don't quite make up for some reprehensible characters and misogyny that barely masquerades as satire. Attempts to moralize at the end with unflattering results - was the rampant sexism OK in an age of sexual freedom because eventually, a woman stays with a singular partner? The film seems to think so. Funny and imaginative at points but also unpleasant.
na Jgirl2688
65
T3
na justinhilton
64
T4
na TonyS.
70
T6
na sellis
87
T9
na fabiovisnadi
87
T4
na filmaffinity
65
T6
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