A lavish trip through Europe quickly unfolds into a race against time to solve a murder aboard a train. Before the film noir finally debuted in 1946, additional scenes between Bacall and Bogart were shot to capitalize on the actress' rising notoriety -- and the couple's romance. An undated publicity photo of Lauren Bacall, born September 16, 1924 in New York City. Carrera comes off best with a great chemistry encounter with banging Belgian Francois Papillon hey, you thought Jean-Claude Van Damme was our only gift to the movie world?! Compared to todays' daytime and primetime television this is tame and timid at times. . But, it should be noted that the dialogue is exceedingly well written and the acting of John Leslie rivals that of most actors you'll see in either adult films or general movies. I just came across this oldie in a friend's collection of adult titles.
As far as adult films go, it's as close to a real movie as you'll find. Bacall received her very first Academy Award nomination for the film, as Best Supporting Actress. Even worse is the fact that pretty much the same thing can be said about the infrequent sex scenes. It is an superb film that I would suggest that any reputable adult film collector should have in their collection. The self-proclaimed 'biggest adult film of 1986' is just that, the type of big budget affair the porn industry turns out from time to time in a vain attempt to compete with Hollywood, forgetting why people watch erotic films in the first place. John Leslie and Gina Carrera who looks positively fabulous in period dress are perfectly capable as Nick and Nora Chalmers yeah, right , the writing team of a series of dime store detective novels who board the titular vehicle in order to gain inspiration for their latest installment. Cast: , , , , , , , Director: Genres: Mystery , Crime drama Production Co: Scott Free Productions, The Mark Gordon Company, Kinberg Genre Distributors: 20th Century Fox Keywords: , , , , , , , Given the confined nature of the material as well as its period-specific aspects, this is a yarn that does not exactly invite radical reinterpretation.
If you have the opportunity, check it out. When an avalanche stops the Orient Express dead in its tracks, the world's greatest detective -- Hercule Poirot -- arrives to interrogate all passengers and search for clues before the killer can strike again. Okay, so the last one's a heavy duty personal favorite, so sue me. Bacall received a Lifetime Achievement Oscar. Nick and Nora Chalmers John Leslie and Gina Carrera write mystery novels. As such, its appeal is confined to the traditional niceties of being a clever tale well told, with colorful characters that are fun to watch being made to squirm by the inimitable Belgian detective. The movie looks good and the acting's mostly passable though someone should have protected Tracey Adams from that god-awful phony Cockney accent she chose to rather implausibly imbue her character secretary to posh British lady Pat Manning with.
In search of plots for the next book, they travel to Europe to experience the passion, desire and intrigue on the legendary Orient X-press. When an avalanche stops the Orient Express dead in its tracks, the world's greatest detective -- Hercule Poirot -- arrives to interrogate all passengers and search for clues before the killer can strike again. Give as good as she got, no capitulation, no helplessness. Unfortunately, the stolen diamond plot they run into is neither particularly original unless you count the gem's eventual hiding place or exciting. After obtaining a divorce, Bogart married Bacall on May 21, 1945. Oh, he had something in mind, definitely, but it would be a long time before I knew what it was. Helmer Tim McDonald certainly made quite a few better porn movies than this one.
Bacall died on Tuesday, August 12, 2014, at age 89. Once on board, they discover a cast of shady and horny characters including a potent potentate and his hand job maiden, horny Colonel Kittridge, and the anything but lady like Ashley and her sex starved secretary - all plotting to steal a priceless diamond. . . . . .
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