Loosely based on the life and career of George M. Cohan, a playwright, actor, singer, dancer, composer, lyricist and producer. Known in his hay day as the man who owned broadway. So many of these classics songs we recognize immediately were written by him. Although the film takes some liberates, like for example he was married twice in real life, the film is a great tribute to him. A lot of work went into the sets, costumes and choreography so…
Saw the English dubbed version, not the original Japenese version.
All you need to know is that Godzilla does a happy dance, which looks like jumping jacks. It's a sight you won't forget. I rewound that scene at least five times. Plus Godzilla actually boxes another monster, even two steps. Do I need to say more?
I can't remember if I'd ever seen this film before, nothing seemed familiar. I enjoyed it for the most part. The B story was…
I was tempted to give this five stars even though it really doesn't deserve it but my love for this film is that epic. I have loved it since the first time I saw it on tv at the age of nine. I love the 80's action feel and I love the cast. I don't care that you can clearly see the stunt guys or that the stewardess collects passports from the same people twice, that just adds to my…