Patterns (1956) 1080p mp4

  • Genre: Drama |
  • Resolution: 1792x1080
  • Size: 1.60G
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Frame Rate: 23.976 (23976/1000) FPS
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 83
  • IMDB Rating: 7.9/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 2
  


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The Reviews for Patterns (1956) 1080p

Reviewed bySpikeopathVote: 9/10/10
Patterns centres around the fierce and dog eat dog world of anexecutive conglomerate company. Written by Rod Serling {he of TheTwilight Zone fame} and based on his own play, it's a stunning picturethat relies {and succeeds} on spiky dialogue and a trio of superlativeacting performances. Not containing any music at all and filmedprimarily within the confines of an interior story, Serling and his onform director, Fielder Cook, have crafted probably the essentialpicture dealing with the harsh and at times brutal realities of bigbusiness ladder climbing.

Everett Sloane, Ed Begley and Van Heflin really provide the viewerswith an acting tour de force. Sloane as the big boss Walter Ramsey,creates a strutting despotic character that is as memorable as it isharsh, here's a man who wont "pattern" a sacking of an employee, hewould rather break him into resignation!, a totally vile and cruel"pattern" tactic. Begley {superbly playing weary emotion} plays thegenial and honest William Briggs, who upon welcoming Van Heflin's FredStaples to the company, realises it's likely to be at his own cost,this giving the film a deep emotional "pattern" as Staples {Heflin tome, donning a career high} gets conflicted about his role in thiscompany, this leads us to a truly excellent finale as Heflin and Sloanego at each other with a gripping intensity that many modern actorscould do no worse than to take note of, it really is something.

A fabulous movie that comes highly recommended to anyone whoappreciates dialogue driven films with intelligence pouring from everyframe. 9/10

Reviewed bysmokehill retrieversVote: 10/10/10
One of Rod Serling's finest efforts, turned into one of the finestcommentaries on the corporate rat-race ever put on film. Watching old proactors like Everett Sloane and Van Heflin remind us of how weak and limitedmost of our big-salary "actors" truly are today. Comparing the REAL EdBegley with the scrawny, whining little namesake that sprung somehow fromhis loins is indeed the definitive statement on how low the acting"profession" has sunk.

This is a gripping, vicious film that claws at the corporate beast and thegreed that grips us all. We may not like it, but it's in all of us, and thisforces us to see both the good and the bad sides of it -- though the badside is emphasized more strongly, of course.

You will see few films better than this and will probably wonder why younever heard of it before. Along with the better-known "Requiem for aHeavyweight," this is one film that shows the raw power that Serling coulddeliver when left on his own.

Superb, superb, superb.

Reviewed bykingdaevidVote: 10/10/10
...Rod Serling is recalled today almost exclusively for his speculativefiction television series "The Twilight Zone" and "Rod Serling's NightGallery." Perhaps that's understandable, given the out-of-sight-out-of-mindnature of today's audiences, and the fact that the generation Serling firstimpressed with this lean but powerful work in 1955 on the "Kraft TelevisionTheater" is now well into the process of dying out. Still, the kineticnature of PATTERNS, either in this theatrical film or in the kinescopedoriginal TV broadcast, is not lost on today's first-time viewers. It helpedthat two of the three leads in this picture, Everett Sloan and Ed Begley,were carried over from the TV productions (Richard Kiley was replaced inthis film by Van Heflin, giving perhaps his single greatest performance).But Serling's screenplay has not lost one bit of its relevance; in fact, I'msurprised nobody's thought of remaking this one...

The Plot Summary for Patterns (1956) 1080p

The story of the fierce and corrosive competition that exists in the executive branch of Ramsey & Co., a New York industrial colossus headed by Walter Ramsey, its cold, designing and ruthless chief. It is the saga, too, of Bill Briggs, his longtime second in command, who is swayed by human as well as technological values. And, it is the case of Fred Staples, a comparatively youthful industrial engineer brought in by Ramsey to succeed Briggs. The younger man's views and sensitivities are essentially the same as Briggs'. People are not merely units, they feel. But it is Ramsey's calculated pattern not to fire his aging aide but to create such untenable positions that he will be forced to resign.


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