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Come September(1961)

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  • come september

    • kevin sellers
    • 6/26/17

    Robert Mulligan really sucks at the funny stuff, huh? I mean he showed a lighter touch with Scout, Jem, and Dill in his somber next film than he did in this ponderous romp. And Gina Lollabrigida has all the comic timing of an oncologist. About the only points of interest center on Bobby Darin's American lounge lizard in Italy and Walter Slezak's not being a Nazi for a change. C minus.

  • The Best Early 60's comedy/romance

    • Susan Stacy
    • 4/28/17

    I love this movie! I'm glad to see that it's finally on the schedule again and at a time when I can watch it! It's a true "60's" movie. Everybody is terrific - especially Walter Slezak. Who knew that Gina could be so funny? Rock Hudson was perfect for this role. The scenery is beautiful! The music is wonderful! I could go on and on. It's also sad that a movie like this could never be made today and be successful.

  • ROCK HUDSON ADVICE

    • william gauslow
    • 6/20/14

    Rock gives a lot of bad advice to women about men in this movie. Women holding men to high standards will never work. Men are carnivores and not capable of thought. So there.

  • Delicioso , divertido filme

    • Sonia
    • 11/1/10

    Este filme muito divertido. Eu vejo este classico com o maior prazer por ser suave, engraado e mostrar que o Rock Hudson no era apenas mais um rostinho bonito...ele tinha muito talento.

  • Rock 'n' Lollo.

    • DougieB
    • 4/20/09

    This was part of Rock's third incarnation as a movie actor. First, he toiled in all those Universal action epics like "Captain Lightfoot" and "Taza, Son of Cochise". Then, he was King of the Weepers, like "Magnificent Obsession" and "All That Heaven Allows". Then, "Pillow Talk" started him on this particular road, and the search for comic co-stars began. Who knows how Gina ended up in the mix, but she actually proves to be very adept at this stuff, later reteaming with Rock for "Strange Bedfellows", making her only one shy of record-holder Doris Day. When you're not gaping at Gina, you'll be gaping at the scenery, one of those fantasy settings that only Italy can provide. Much of the movie is out-of-doors, so it doesn't have that set-bound feel that many of this type do. The conceit is that Rock's private villa is being used as a hotel in his absence by his scheming major domo, Walter Slezak. Rock returns unexpectedly to find a tour group of young American girls on the premesis, making alone time with Gina a near impossibility. Fun and hilarity ensue, etc., etc. Also fun is watching the chemistry between Sandra Dee and Bobby Darin, which led to their real-life pairing. Rock was kind of a chameleon, who tended to take on the shadings of his costar, and I think he really benefitted by having the divine Lollo to play off of. Everybody looks great, and they all appear to be having a lot of fun.

  • Come September

    • sandeep
    • 6/2/07

    easy watching .. funny movie .. u will never get the title song off ur mind..

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