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Hollywood legend Jack Lemmon is one of the most beloved film stars of time. His unique style and wide range of talents are showcased in this collection of four comedy classics.
Under the Yum Yum Tree
Starring: Jack Lemmon, Carol Lynley, Dean Jones
This sparkling comedy features Jack playing a wolf in landlord's clothing, who's about to find he's bitten off more than he can woo!
My Sister Eileen
Starring: Janet Leigh, Jack Lemmon, Betty Garrett
Eileen and Ruth move to New York to realize their dreams. After magazine editor Robert Baker rejects Ruth's corny romantic tragedies, Ruth takes his advice to write about something she really knows - her sister's power over men.
Starring: Judy Holliday, Jack Lemmon, Jack Carson
When their marriage finally goes "Phffft!," Nina and Robert get a divorce - only to discover that, like it or not, some people are just meant to be together!
Starring: Jack Lemmon, Peter Falk, Elaine May
Although they're now wed to different spouses, Ellen and Milt realize they're still in love. When their plan to get rid of their current spouses fails, the divorced matchmakers turn to murder instead.
A story as well-known as Chesley Sullenberger’s is difficult to approach: How do you make a movie about a man who did his job well and subsequently became a national hero. When the script for “Untitled Story About Captain Sullenberger and the Hudson River” came across Clint Eastwood’s desk, the director claims that he initially balked at the idea. But what surprised the veteran director about the script was how much of the behind-the-scenes drama he hadn’t heard. “I didn’t know the investigative board was trying to paint the picture that he had done the wrong thing,” Eastwood told The Guardian. There’s a reason why Eastwood hadn’t heard that side of the story: It didn’t happen. Stephen Cass, also writing for The Guardian, points out that these details are completely absent from the film’s source material. “Sully,” written by Todd Komarnicki (“Perfect Stranger”), is based on Jeffrey Zaslow’s “Highest Duty: My Search for What Really Matters,” a profile in courage about the man behind the “miracle” airplane landing. Eastwood’s film, though, isn’t a biography but a tense courtroom drama, like “Inherit the Wind” but with a plane instead of a monkey. The National Transportation Safety Board, led by Elizabeth Davis (Anna Gunn of “Breaking Bad”), questions Sullenberger’s methods: Why didn’t he turn back to LaGuardia or land at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey. Following a successful simulation, the NTSB claims that he could have made it to either location without incident. Should he be found guilty of recklessly endangering the lives of the “155 souls on board,” Sullenberger will lose his job and his pension, effectively ending his career. Cass points out that Sullenberger’s own biography refers to federal investigators not as pencil-pushing bureaucrats but helpful and supportive. The NTSB in “Sully” is discredited and embarrassed when it turns out that their simulations forgot to factor in one crucial detail: the human element. After Sullenberger lobbies to add 35 seconds to the simulation — to account for hesitation, while he and Skiles determined what course of action was best — the evidence vindicates him. Eastwood’s film not only celebrates a conservative perspective, in which the wise judgment of individual actors outweighs an institutionalized system of checks and balances, but also speaks to who is allowed. Source: Salon: in-depth news, politics, business, technology & culture Salon
The film opens with Kramer (Jack Lemmon) and his successor-in-office Douglas (James Garner) being summoned to the White House to participate in an event to be presided over by incumbent President Haney (Dan Aykroyd). Neither man wants to be there,
Jack Lemmon died from metastatic cancer of the bladder. He had been battling the disease for a couple of years before it took his life in 2001. It is said that his tombstone reads like something from a cinema trailer. He became one of the most sought
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American ex-Presidents occupy a unique place in society. They represent the smallest, most elite club on earth. Each of the living ex-Presidents has known the bizarre ritual that results from transforming from the most powerful person on earth to someone ...
Who is the “everyman?” Our collective hero, apparently, looks a lot like Chesley Sullenberger — white, heterosexual and male, someone who could be played by Gary Cooper, Jack Lemmon, or, well, Tom Hanks. Sully’s story deserved to be told ...
There’s another Addinsell piece, called Invocation, which is pretty good, and another Williams rhapsody that featured in that memorable Jack Lemmon movie The Apartment and is absolutely brilliant. I’ve played it over and over again. The Royal Opera’s ...
Jack Lemmon was born in Newton, Massachusetts, to Mildred Burgess LaRue (Noel) and John Uhler Lemmon, Jr., the president of a doughnut company.
Lemmon taken at the 40th Emmy Awards, August 1988. Born: John Uhler Lemmon III (1925-02-08) February 8, 1925 Newton, Massachusetts, United States
Jack Lemmon; Foto publicitaria de 1968. Información personal; Nombre de nacimiento: John Uhler Lemmon III: Nacimiento: 8 de febrero de 1925 Newton, Massachusetts ...
Jack Lemmon, nato John Uhler Lemmon III (Newton, 8 febbraio 1925 – Los Angeles, 27 giugno 2001), è stato un attore statunitense. Nel corso della sua carriera ...