Peter Sellers’ trademark quirkiness, this time manifest through an uptight factory manager with a tight but not tight enough reign on his voluptuous daughter, rules I’m All Right, Jack, a propaganda movie with a dimwitted idealist at its center who unwittingly launches a mini-capitalist revolution in industrial Britain to the great disdain of Sellers’ Hitler-inspired character, but mostly notable for early Sellers and Richard Attenborough roles as well as a surprise cameo by the great Malcolm Muggeridge.
A Sentence on I’m All Right, Jack
27 Jun This entry was published on June 27, 2009 at 8:32 am. It’s filed under 1950s Cinema, British Film, One-Sentence Reviews and tagged Britain, capitalism, cinema, film, I'm All Right Jack, Malcolm Muggeridge, movies, Peter Sellers, socialism. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.
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One of the best movies of all time and all to true to life.