1. Picnic

    picnic movie review


    picnic movie review

  3. Picnic

    picnic movie review

  4. Picnic

    picnic movie review

  5. Picnic (1955)

    picnic movie review

  6. Picnic (1956)

    picnic movie review


  1. Picnic

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  2. Picnic (1955 film)

    He wordlessly goes along with the misunderstanding. As Howard passes Madge on the stairs, he tells her Hal is hiding in the back seat of his car. Hal is able to slip away before the other women gleefully decorate Howard's car. While Howard and Rosemary happily drive off to the Ozarks, Hal and Madge meet by a shed behind the house.

  3. Picnic (1955)

    7.0 /10 9.7K YOUR RATING Rate Play trailer 0:59 2 Videos 99+ Photos Drama Romance Emotions are ignited among the complacent townsfolk when a handsome drifter arrives in a small Kansas community on the morning of the Labor Day picnic. Director Joshua Logan Writers Daniel Taradash William Inge Stars William Holden Kim Novak Betty Field

  4. Picnic (1955)

    Read More Joshua Logan Director William Holden Hal Carter Kim Novak Madge Owens Betty Field Flo Owens Susan Strasberg Millie Owens Cliff Robertson Alan Benson Photos & Videos View All Film Details Genre Drama Adaptation Release Date Feb 1955 Premiere Information New York opening: week of 17 Feb 1956 Production Company Columbia Pictures Corp.


    Reviewed by Dennis Schwartz. For its day, Picnic caught the mood of an uptight America in what goes for an edgy 1950s drama. In the adaption of the William Inge Pulitzer Prize-winning play Picnic by director Joshua Logan ("Paint Your Wagon"/"Camelot") and writer Daniel Taradash, it captures a relic onscreen, an old-fashioned Labor Day ...

  6. Picnic (1955): Oscar-Winning Romantic Melodrama, Starring Kim Novak and

    July 16, 2005 by EmanuelLevy "Picnic" was one of the artistic highlights and box-office hits of 1955, one of the best years in Hollywood's history. "Picnic" is one of those rare works, a film that captures vividly the cultural essence, the collective dreams and anxieties of the whole decade.

  7. FILM REVIEW -- An Old-Fashioned `Picnic' / Kim Novak film ...

    William Inge Advertisement Article continues below this ad play, comes to the Castro this week in a welcome but odd revival. Virtually everything that made it hot stuff in 1955 seems dated today....

  8. Picnic (TV Movie 2000)

    5.0 /10 244 YOUR RATING Rate Drama Romance The son of the richest man in town wants to marry the town's beauty queen, but then she meets an interesting stranger who just got off the train. Director Ivan Passer Writers William Inge Shelley Evans Stars Bonnie Bedelia Josh Brolin Ben Caswell See production info at IMDbPro Add to Watchlist

  9. Picnic Blu-ray Review

    Picnic Film Review. Joshua Logan's Oscar-nominated 1955 adaptation of acclaimed playwright William Inge's Picnic has William Holden and a young Kim Novak heating up small-town Kansas. Written as a stage play, and shot like a sweeping epic (in full cinemascope), ...

  10. Picnic (1956)

    6/10 'Picnic' is released on Blu-ray by Eureka, £17.99 Tags William Holden is utterly miscast, but Picnic was risque in its day - and remains a fascinating study of romance and intrigue in 50s America

  11. TV REVIEW; In Showtime's 'Picnic,' Classic Gets New Look

    Larry David's HBO series "Curb Your Enthusiasm" never aimed at grand statements. But its reflection of modern grievances was pretty, pretty good, our critic writes. Sean Wang, a first-time ...

  12. ‎Picnic (1996) directed by Shunji Iwai • Reviews, film

    Believing that the world will end that very day, three mental patients Coco, Tsumuji, and Satoru set out upon a journey. Walking upon the tops of the walls of the city, they seek to find a picnic spot with the best vantage point to view the final event.

  13. Picnic

    Reviewed on: April 30th, 2009 William Holden and Kim Novak are two stars for the ages. Based on the William Inge play of the same name, Picnic is your fairly standard romantic, Technicolor, widescreen movie from the mid 1950's. William Holden stars as a handsome drifter who comes to a small town in Kansas over Labor Day weekend.

  14. Picnic at Hanging Rock movie review (1975)

    Powered by JustWatch On a drowsy St. Valentine's Day in 1900, a party of girls from a strict boarding school in Australia goes on a day's outing to Hanging Rock, a geological outcropping not far from their school. Three of the girls and one of their teachers disappear into thin air.

  15. Picnic

    'Picnic' was a 1955 soapy drama starring William Holden, Kim Novak, and Rosalind Russell, with Susan Strasberg and Cliff Robertson. It tells the story of Wil...

  16. Picnic (Pikunikku) (1996) Review

    Satoru is basically a 21 or so playful adolescent boy. He's basically just a roommate of Tsumuji's and his character isn't explored too deeply. The three eventually decide upon traveling, but are obviously not allowed outside of the asylum. So they start to explore the world by walking on the institute's walls.

  17. 'Picnic' on Broadway: What did the critics think?

    The play, an ensemble drama set in a rural Kansas town, first premiered on Broadway in 1953 with a cast that included Kim Stanley, Eileen Heckart and a then-unknown Paul Newman. The 1955 film ...

  18. Three Reasons to Watch 'Picnic at Hanging Rock'

    Time seems to move slower. The group loses track of time, both literally and figuratively, as it picnics at Hanging Rock. Without words, three girls walk into a crevasse as if in a trance, their...

  19. Picnic (TV Movie 2000)

    The acting performances in this remake are, for the most part, more true to life, but lack the emotional punch and/or charisma of Holden, Novak, Russell, and all the fine actors of the 1955 version. The TV movie is bland in comparison. The script is serviceable but unmemorable; the 1955 script is full of memorable moments and dialog.

  20. Picnic

    Overview Reviews TV Listings Cast & Crew Picnic Reviews 1955 1 hr 55 mins Drama NR Watchlist Where to Watch Best Picture nominee is an adaptation of William Inge's Pulitzer-winning play about...

  21. Picnic at Hanging Rock

    Movie Info. In the early 1900s, Miranda (Anne Lambert) attends a girls boarding school in Australia. One Valentine's Day, the school's typically strict headmistress (Rachel Roberts) treats the ...

  22. The 12 best picnics on film

    Days and Nights in the Forest (1970) Picnic spot: A forest clearing in the Palamau region, Bihar, India. The picnic: A group of middle-class men from Calcutta have come away for a holiday in the countryside, soon beginning a gentle game of flirtation with some vacationing women staying nearby. In a famous scene in Satyajit Ray's delightful ...