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Martin Sheen suffered a near-fatal heart attack at the young age of 36, receiving last rites from a non-English speaking priest and being sidelined for five weeks.If that wasn’t enough, Marlon Brando threatened to take his million dollars and run, annoyed at the production delays.Perhaps most problematic was Coppola himself, who was filled with enough hubris after the success of the two Godfather films that he tried to tackle material that had licked even the great Orson Welles, who wound up doing Citizen Kane instead.(A) Continue reading Call it the scariest horror flick ever made, a Moby Dick action adventure, a social commentary on beach towns and greedy mayors, a humanistic family story of science and wonder, one of the best film adaptations of a best-selling novel, one of the pioneering summer blockbusters and the winner of three Academy Awards (editing, sound, score).Masterson and Detroit represent two opposite viewpoints.Despite being preoccupied with a gambling addiction, Detroit genuinely loves his girlfriend, Adelaide (Vivian Blaine), and argues that women are a necessity. But for a close relationship that can last us through all the years of our life, no doll can take the place of aces back to back.” This is the advice given by wiseguy Sky Masterson (Marlon Brando) to his crap-game colleague Nathan Detroit (Frank Sinatra) in an early restaurant scene from Guys and Dolls, a tale of crooks, cons and courtship, all emanating from the bustling streets of Times Square.
The handsome younger brother of Shirley Mac Laine was all over his films, not just starring (Mc Cabe and Mrs.
Jerry (Gene Kelly) has come to love the city for its culture, but now only sees it as a curse, thanks to a broken heart over a Frenchwoman, Lise Bouvier (Leslie Caron).
(A) More importantly, it sets up the film’s central thematic debate — whether it’s best to be a player or to settle down with true love.
Hollywood’s Golden Age of the ’30s and ’40s had long since given way to the sword-and-sandal epics of the ’50s and ’60s.
Meanwhile overseas, the French New Wave had shattered every convention known to man.