10 comments on “Some Came Running (1958)

  1. I think this is an absolutely first rate piece of filmmaking.. I can’t think of any of the cast members who put a foot wrong and the performances are genuinely affecting.
    I love the way Minnelli puts it all together and his aesthetic is a big part of what makes the movie so great – I think it’s Minnelli’s masterpiece to be honest.

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  3. This is a great performance by Sinatra and a powerful film, must agree – I like your comparison with The Best Years of Our Lives, since this is another damaged veteran coming home, and also your comment: “Frank Sinatra is the core of this film because he balances a surface level cynicism with genuine affection”. I really need to see this again! Thanks for your great posting, a superb contribution to the blogathon.

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  4. I’ve only ever seen the middle of this film and never went back to watch the whole thing. Well, I’m going to fix that, now that I’ve read your terrific review.

    I agree that Sinatra was the core of the film, as you said. And he made it look so easy.

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  6. “A 50’s variation of The Best Years of Our Lives” = the best description of this wonderful film! I was surprised by how good it was, and how many emotions it evoked. Unfortunately, rain started and the lights went off, and I couldn’t finish it. I read about the ending online, and was very surprised by it! I really like Dean here and, indeed, Frank is the center of it all.
    Don’t forget to read my contribution to the blogathon! 🙂

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