Too Late Blues
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Why I rate it high is because it belongs in any retrospective of the legendary, uncompromising director, and it gave Bobby Darin one of the most multi-talented entertainers of all time, a chance to shine. I'll be forever grateful to Cassavettes' for casting Bobby in this role.
The Olive DVD is a crisp B&W transfer in an anamorphic 1.85 aspect ratio.
The Olive Films' blu-ray looks sterling.
So many of the other performances (for that matter co-writer Cassavetes had more discipline in the script here than ever)are super. Everett Chambers wonderful lizard like performance turning on dime from smiling glad-hander to back-stabber, Bobby Darin playing a jazz musician (someone whose musical tastes AND OUTPUT was ALWAYS broad in real life)who is basically a self-centered egocentric (MANY would assert not far from his REAL personality)is always convincing and never a caricature. Nick Dennis is always a ball to watch and see (Everyone remembers him in Aldrich's KISS ME DEADLY..."Pretty POW!").Read more ›
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The story shows struggling musicians and their struggle to 'make it' in the world of jazz.
Bobby Darin carries the movie. He was wonderful in his part. Read more
I liked the movie very much, however it ended sad. Bobby Darin I think is excellent in any thing he's in. It's very sad we lost him at such a young age.Published on October 29, 2013 by Barbara
John Cassavetes, Bobby Darin, and Stella Stevens can't be beat with a great score by David Raksin! Oh John and Bobby, why did you have to die so young?Published on August 26, 2013 by Larry B
Too Late Bluies has a weak story and even weaker acting. One of Bobby Darin's first acting efforts and he is not good.Published on May 14, 2013 by Lindsay Johnson
One of the best Cassavetes, totally forgotten and underrated. The performances are fantastic, and the lighting and shots are gorgeous, making this possibly the most beautiful and... Read morePublished on April 28, 2013 by Montefuego
Bobby Darin displays his acting genius in this film, and it was his first. Cassavetes's directing is brilliant, and his first, too. Read morePublished on March 21, 2013 by purchaser in El Segundo Calif