Our Hospitality (1923) 1080p YIFY Movie

Our Hospitality (1923) 1080p

Our Hospitality is a movie starring Buster Keaton, Natalie Talmadge, and Joe Keaton. A man returns to his Appalachian homestead. On the trip, he falls for a young woman. The only problem is her family has vowed to kill every member...

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  • Genre: Comedy | Romance
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.44G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language:
  • Run Time: 73
  • IMDB Rating: 7.9/10 
  • MPR: Normal
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The Synopsis for Our Hospitality (1923) 1080p

After her husband John McKay is killed in an ongoing feud with the Canfield family, a woman takes her baby boy Willie to her sister's house in New York hoping he will never know of the feud with the Canfields. Twenty years later Willie is a grown man and he receives a letter saying he has inherited his father's estate and must travel to his family home to take possession. On the train there he meets a beautiful young woman and falls in love only to learn that she's a Canfield. He accepts her invitation to dinner and quickly realizes that the Canfield men won't kill him while he's in their home. His plan to stay there as a permanent guest is short-lived and the Canfields are soon after him.

The Director and Players for Our Hospitality (1923) 1080p

[Director]John G. Blystone
[Role:]Joe Keaton
[Role:]Buster Keaton
[Role:]Joe Roberts
[Role:]Natalie Talmadge

The Reviews for Our Hospitality (1923) 1080p

Beautiful effort from the KingReviewed byKiddmanVote: 9/10

This fine film represents one of the earlier attempts at "dramedy", long before the term was invented. The story has a highly realistic feel to it, yet the funny stuff is never far away.

The film does start a bit slowly as they set up the story, but things pick up quickly once the funny (but true, from an old photo) shot of 1810 Times Square hits the screen.

The little train which takes Buster to Kentucky is a hoot, and THAT is based on the real 1830's deal, too. Movable, bumpy, flimsy tracks and a couple nutty characters and situations are highlights.

My favorite bit in the whole film, though, is when poor Buster realizes the fabulous mansion he thought he was inheriting turned out to be a broken-down shack, ending his dreams in spectacularly explosive fashion.

The story was strong and believable, and the climactic (and very dangerous) scenes at the river and waterfall were amazing. As a matter of fact, these scenes are so impressive, it's easy to forget that they are funny; this is the only reason for me to not give the movie a 10.

Side note to those who have said the poor soundtrack detracted from the film: If you EVER have the opportunity to see this or other silent movies in their proper environment (A glorious movie palace with live musical accompaniment by theatre organ or an orchestra), DO it! The "half-live, half-canned" aspect is very important to the enjoyment of silents. It also keeps any film you've seen many times (as is often the case with "The General" or "Phantom") fresh. Even the same organist doesn't play the same film the same way every time, and a different organist can accompany the film in such a different way that it can almost fool you into thinking you're seeing a new movie.

I'm one of those lucky enough to have done so and there's nothing quite like it.

Keaton's CraftReviewed byharry-76Vote: 7/10

"Our Hospitality" displays the skill of Buster Keaton very admirably. After a somewhat slow start in the Prologue and beginning of the Story, the pace picks up and continues to become more and more interesting.

One appreciates the great care Keaton takes in setting up his compositions, noted for their clean lines and balanced geometric planes and forms. Images are nicely stuctured, and one gets a feeling of classically executed set designs, with room to breathe. The lines of the Keaton poems are not extended to the end; rather, room is left for the viewer to fill in phrase endings with personal responses.

This 1923 silent classic holds up quite well, and one notes the remarkable physical stunts Keaton pulls off, in the standard silent era custom of not using a double. The actual comedy comes off best with an audience: the phenemena of group laughter can be infectious, and this film can really take off in a full theater.

The post-added music on the sound track is adequate, while not inspired. To compare Chaplin's supervised score to "Modern Times" with this shows how superior is the Chaplin work.

"Our Hospitality" is a worthy tribute to that enormously creative talent who well earned his legendary status-- Keaton.

BUSTER'S BESTReviewed bydarren shanVote: 7/10

Buster Keaton was one of cinema's greats. He made many wonderful shorts and some truly great features. SHERLOCK JR and THE GENERAL are his most famous films, but for my money OUR HOSPITALITY is his masterpiece, a beautifully made, warm-hearted comedy, with some superb sight-gags and set-pieces. Discover one of the finest films in history - then go back and watch all his others.

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