• 电影名称 My Foolish Heart

  • 中文名称 一厢情愿
  •  类型  戏剧
  •  国家  美国
  •  语言  英语
  •  时长  1 hr 38 min (98 min)
  • 上映时间 21 January 1950 (USA)
The first time I ever saw this wonderful film I was about twelve. Itwas late at night and everyone else had gone to bed and I was thinkingmaybe I should too, but then this came on and I was hooked. I've seenthis film many times since then and yet each time I watch it again itnever fails to get an em...
Susan Hayward and Dana Andrews will take you to the heights of joy anddeepest despair as two lovers who are forced to live a lifetime in a fewweeks as America enters World War II. As the film begins, the war is overand Eloise Winters (Hayward) is married to college sweetheart Lou Wengler(Kent Smith)...
Brooklyn born Susan Hayward had a 30 year career playing tough broads whohid a heart of gold underneath a steel exterior. "My Foolish Heart" is awartime drama in which Hayward tells her story in flashback after admittingthat she was once a nice girl. We then see her meeting soldier DanaAndrews, a ...
Based on J.D. Salinger's short story, "Uncle Wiggily in Connecticut",the story has been revamped into an unabashedly sentimental soap operawith a wartime background (WWII) and turned into a tear-jerker forSUSAN HAYWARD and DANA ANDREWS. It uses the favorite device of '40s-eraromantic dramas, the fla...
One of the most romantic, sad films you'll ever see. Susan Hayward andDanaAndrews are wonderful in this classic film. I've seen it a dozen timesandnever fail to tear up at the end.Don't miss this one!...
Susan Hayward foolish? Dana Andrews a can't-get-a-date loser? No, Ididn't think so either. But they are both so good in their roles thatthey no only make the film work, they make it a triumph. Hayward wasnominated for an Oscar, as was Victor Young's glorious title-song. BothHayward and Young should ...
As a fan of Susan Hayward's, this is one of her best films.I still cry every time I see it. The story is timeless and touching.A must see!...
My Foolish Heart (1949)Boy this one is under the radar. Talk about high drama, and with thestart of WWII at the center of it. I can only imagine how many peopleweeped at this one in 1949 because the main story is the flashback of awoman who had a romance go wrong, and surely half the audience hadthe...
This film will inevitably get a favorable review from me because it hastwo things going for it, two things that the Motion Picture Academyrecognized. The first was one of the best movie songs ever written andthe second was the Oscar nominated performance of its star SusanHayward who was just enterin...
When I saw Susan Hayward in "My Foolish Heart," I immediately thoughtback to her other successes "With A Song in My Heart," and "I'll CryTomorrow." There are so many similarities in her acting, especially atthe beginning of Foolish Heart. She even brushed her hair the same wayas in "Tomorrow."As alw...
J.D.Salinger is perhaps not quite so revered here in the U.K.as he isin his own country.I came upon his works in my early twenties,perhaps alittle too old to become in thrall to them.Nonetheless I can understandthat college - age middle - class Americans might well find in him thevicarious expressio...
"My Foolish Heart" is far better than the critics acknowledged in 1949,and offers something else that wouldn't have been apparent when firstreleased.Films made during and just after WW2 give us an insight into whatpeople experienced at the time in a unique way. Although we have plentyof documentarie...
"I might hit you"!!! "So what - I'm insured"!!! - Love that line and ofcourse just love Susan Hayward in this simply fantastic movie!! Such atypical Hayward line with the emphasis on the "I'm"!!! The movie didn'topen to much enthusiasm, with Bosley Crowther complaining about toomuch "dewy rapture". ...
Sentimental wartime drama with Oscar nominated Susan Hayward strong inthe lead. She certainly makes Eloise's transformation from a nice youngwoman full of hope to the bitter drunk she becomes compelling and isn'tafraid to also be unlikable as some actresses might. Dana Andrews isfine as her love int...
I have this movie on Laser Disk. It has been and continues to be one ofmy all time favorites. I've been waiting YEARS for this to come out onDVD but alas no go as of yet. I have almost all of Susan Heyward'sfilms and this is still my favorite. She plays against type in her softportrayal of a young w...
I remember Susan Hayward as my father's very favorite actress. He neversaid anything specific about why but when her movie was on the TV, hewouldn't budge. I feel the same way. This movie is a favorite of mineeven though it breaks my heart because it shows off her beauty, hertalent and does it witho...
There's nothing wrong with this film. It's a good movie. The problemwith the film, in my opinion, is expressed by Mary Jane (Lois Wheeler)in the last few minutes of the film -- that all that happened couldhave happened to anybody. There's nothing exceptional about the plothere, except perhaps for th...
This was a very good, though not great movie about a wartime romance.However, it does stand apart from similar films for two reasons--MissHayward's performance and the excellent and unexpected ending.First, let's talk about Susan Hayward. Years ago, I saw herOscar-winning performance for I WANT TO L...
I would not have watched this if I didn't like the short story bySalinger. I'm not a fan of black and white melodramas from the 40s and50s. So I gave it a one not only because it changed the story intosomething else but the something else was very bad. Here's a comparative example of awfulness:At th...
This one falls apart when Susan Hayward must completely change hercharacter to fulfill the dictates of the script. Sorry, that's not whoshe's been, but to be specific would be to utter a "spoiler." One canunderstand certain kinds of destructive behavior after a personaldisaster, but not what happens...
One reason there was never a _Catcher in the Rye_ movie is that afterSalinger saw what they did to his story "Uncle Wiggly in Connecticut" when theyadapted it for this soap opera, he never again sold rights to a story toHollywood....
Forty years ago the best book I'd ever read was NINE STORIES by J. D.Salinger, and the best story in the book might have been "For Esme.."as most folks say, but I preferred this one by a thin margin. The oddlytitled "Uncle Wiggley in Connecticut" was a searingly emotional view ofa young woman who ha...
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