The V.I.P.S (Hotel International) (1963)

Rated NR

Fog delays at Heathrow Airport in London causes all flights to be grounded. The passengers get stranded during a critical time in their lives.

The only thing this film had going for it was the number of stars it had in it. It was annoying with all the different storylines and not very good at converging. It had no depth and no plot. The famous story behind the film would have made a much more amusing movie. That story based off of the true story about Vivien Leigh leaving her husband Lawrence Olivier for Peter Finch, which sounds much more entertaining than this miss match. Although, there are great performances by Orson Welles, Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, Louis Jourdan, and Margaret Rutherford. They each seem to shadow each other but couldn’t take center stage.

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