Hud

Hud
Show More

Comments (5)

Anonymous picture
Dennis

7/10

Anonymous picture
F

Paul Newman! Great movie.

Russell avatar
Russell

Three reasons to watch HUD:

1. James Wong Howe's beautiful expressive lighting and cinematography. The man makes every driving scene in this movie into some kind of sumptuous Rembrandt.

2. Patricia Neal's incredible, charming, tender performance. Hollywood has had countless ...Read more

Anonymous picture
T

"propped up"?

Anonymous picture
mole

The cinematographer, the great James Wong Howe, once gave a tip on lighting to a young cinematographer working on a set in Hollywood. Not knowing who Howe was, he told him to "Go back to your noodles."

Related videos

The Pawnbroker
Sol (Rod Steiger), is a Jewish pawnbroker, and Holocaust survivor. He has lost all faith in his fellow man and ultimately realizes the tragedy of his own actions. Nominated for Best Actor at the Academy Awards, and the Golden Globes. Winner of Best Actor at the BAFTA Awards and the…
The Rose Tattoo
A neighborhood is disturbed when truck driver Rosario is killed by the police. One day, his wife learns Rosario was having an affair; and a new carefree, handsome Italian truck driver enters her life. Winner of the Best Actress (Anna Magnani), Best Cinematography and the Best Art Direction Awards at…
The Southerner
In this Academy Award nominated drama directed by champion of poetic realism, Jean Renoir, Sam Tucker, a Texan cotton picker, has aspirations to run his own farm and create a better life for his family. Along with his wife, Nona, Sam works tirelessly on an abandoned plot of land, but…
Long Day's Journey into Night
Eugene O'Neill's magnificent autobiographical account of his turbulent family life is brought to the screen with an overpowering wealth of talent. Katharine Hepburn as the mother - lonely, ravaged by narcotics and frightened by a world with which she cannot cope. Ralp Richardson as the alcoholic father, a miser embittered…
Samson and Delilah
The glorious epic style of Cecil B. DeMille is exemplified in this story of the Bible's legendary strongman and the woman who seduces and betrays him. Victor Mature is the classic Samson, muscular and fearless in his barehanded battle with a lion, his single-handed assault on a thousand Philistine soldiers,…
Detective Story
In this influential crime drama, an embittered cop, Det. James McLeod, leads a precinct of characters in their grim battle with the city's lowlife. But while McLeod fights crime on the streets, his wife suffers from neglect at home. Based on Sydney Kingsley's Broadway play, this seminal movie was a…
The Men
In this emotional drama, the incomparable Marlon Brando plays former GI, Ken, who has become paralyzed as a result of the war. After fighting through an intense battle with depression following his injuries, Ken soon focuses on his physical therapy and eventually believes that he may gain the use of…
Seven Days to Noon
Professor Willingdon is a scientist engaged on highly secret Government research. When he sends a letter to 10 Downing Street threatening to blow up the Houses of Parliament within 7 days unless the Prime Minister agrees to his demands, it is at first dismissed as a hoax. When Willingdon disappears,…
Come Back, Little Sheba
Based on William Inge's classic play, COME BACK, LITTLE SHEBA is the stirring tale of a life-weary couple who rescue hope from the ruins of the past. Shirley Booth stars in an Academy Award-winning performance as Lola, slovenly housewife to Doc Delaney (Burt Lancaster), a recovering alcoholic. The Delaneys' life…
The Greatest Show on Earth
A dazzling spectacle of life behind the scenes with Ringling Bros.-Barnum and Bailey Circus. Celebrating the extravagant three-ring circus, this classic film from Cecil B. DeMille depicts the passionate scenes of love and jealousy behind the greatest show on Earth. Winner of Best Picture and Best Writing, Motion Picture Story…
Save the Tiger
Jack Lemmon plays Harry Stoner, a man caught in violent collision with his past and present life. He believes there is nothing significant in his life except survival, and that instinct pushes him beyond moral conduct. Winner of Best Actor in a Leading Role (Jack Lemmon) and nominated for Best…
Downhill Racer
Director Michael Ritchie's (The Golden Child) debut film is a tense and taut look at the world of Olympic skiing. Robert Redford plays the hero, Chappellet, a handsome loner from Colorado, bent on making it to the top and Gene Hackman plays his demanding coach. As the pressure and tension…