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  • 11 Oca 2013

  • Alan Arkin made his film debut as a Soviet submarine commander who runs aground off the coast of a rustic New England island that thinks it's being invaded. The large ensemble cast recalls It's a Mad Mad etc. World (also written by William Rose), but the story is more nuanced and satirical under the direction of Norman Jewison, operating here in Preston Sturges mode. An obvious influence on Spielberg's 1941. But wait! There's more! TFH has a podcast! It's THE MOVIES THAT MADE ME, where you can join Oscar-nominated screenwriter Josh Olson and his, ummm, "co-host" Joe Dante in conversation with filmmakers, comedians, and all-around interesting people about the movies that made them who they are. Check it out now, and please subscribe wherever podcasts can be found. Apple Podcasts: Spotify: Simplecast: https://themoviesthatmademe.simplecas... Google Play: RSS: As always, you can find more commentary, more reviews, more podcasts, and more deep-dives into the films you don't know you love yet over on the Trailers From Hell mothership:


  • Павел Паршев

    Really good and funny anti-war american comedy... Hi from Russia, guys, peace to you...

  • Susan Bernstein
    Susan Bernstein 3 yıl önce

    I have always believed that Brian Keith and Alan Arkin should have received awards for their performances in this movie. Brilliant!

  • Michael Stern
    Michael Stern 2 yıl önce (düzenlendi)

    This movie has aged

  • TheLookingOne
    TheLookingOne 4 yıl önce

    "Always I am saying goodbye to you Whittaker Walt,

  • Icepacalypse johnson
    Icepacalypse johnson 3 yıl önce

    "Listen to me..........Whitaker Walt".

  • Stu VS
    Stu VS 5 yıl önce

    Fans of this movie are going to want to get the disk version for the extras and Norm Jewison's comments. - we saw it when it came out, and my brother and I used to love to chant "Emergency! Everyone to get from street!"

  • sky master
    sky master 3 yıl önce (düzenlendi)

    Filmed in and around my home town of Fort Bragg Ca. One scene was filmed across the street from my house and all the actors were hanging around our fence my sister got everyone of there autographs. They were the nicest people also a fun fact they built the submarine down in our harbor it was made of styrofoam and ran on a couple outboard motors if I remember correctly.

  • J PR
    J PR 2 yıl önce

    This flick, along with “Its a mad mad mad mad world “, were family classics back in Central NY

  • Anthony Smith
    Anthony Smith 4 yıl önce

    Combination of Dr. Strangelove meets it's a mad mad mad mad world. Alan Arkin steals the picture and continues to make great films. Norman Jewison's funniest movie which follows The Thrill Of It All and Moonstruck.

  • Kyle F
    Kyle F 7 yıl önce

    i know exactly what you mean. whenever i hear the name of this movie for some reason i orient it with It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World

  • Scott Ferrell
    Scott Ferrell 5 yıl önce

    My father owned a black 1960 Ford Galaxie sedan, just like the one that Carl Reiner steals in this movie. 

  • joe king
    joe king 7 yıl önce

    I laugh at this movie every time i seen many times. Great Balls of a film!

  • David Globe
    David Globe 7 yıl önce

    It was the best movie that year.

  • Historian212
    Historian212 6 ay önce

    Landis leaves out Eva Marie Saint playing a person who's more sane than the Carl Reiner character. Sexist.

  • Stroheim333
    Stroheim333 8 yıl önce

    Probably the inspiration to Spielberg's "1941" :)

  • Jesse Akaike
    Jesse Akaike 4 yıl önce

    Love it when John Landis announces, "Hi I'm Tyron Power."

  • David Contini
    David Contini 1 yıl önce

    Every-body to git from shtreeet!

  • RVguy
    RVguy 10 ay önce

    Alan Arkin, IMHO, one of the best actors ever, in Hollywood!

  • Carla Iacovetti
    Carla Iacovetti 7 yıl önce

    You can order it on Amazon for $9.99 :)

  • T-Birdus Thoracis
    T-Birdus Thoracis 5 ay önce (düzenlendi)

    Yeah...about that “Tea Party thinking” about the Russians... Kind of bit us in the ass in 2016, didn’t it, John? Now it’s the Democrats crying “the Russians”.