None But the Lonely Heart
None But the Lonely Heart (1944)

In this film, Cary Grant plays a restless, irresponsible cockney who seeks a better life but doesn't want to work for one. The hero's shiftlessness extends to his love life; musician Jane Wyatt genuinely cares for him, but he… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: January 1, 1944
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Emanuel Levy

Clifford Odets' sentimental family melodrama is mostly known today for earning Cary Grant, who's cast against type, competitive Oscar nomination.

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John J. Puccio
Movie Metropolis

...quite a change of pace for romantic leading man Cary Grant.

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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

This depressing and moody melodrama marks the directorial and screenwriting debut for playwright Clifford Odets.

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Aj V
This could have been a great drama, but Grant doesn't give us a great performance, maybe he felt a little too comfortable back at home in England or… More
Byron Brubaker
A very different performance from Cary Grant before he developed the persona that made him famous. Overall this movie just bored me.
Red Lats
Ernie (played by Cary Grant) has to turn over a new leaf when he learns his mother has cancer. Now that he is stuck in town, he has to deal with making a… More
John Ballantine
Cary Grant against type is a limit in terms of being believable. His own efforts deserve merits but the rest of the film leaves you a bit wanting.
Lanning : )
The kind of role I wish Grant had tried more often. Not "Cary Grantish," if you know what I mean. A wonderful cast all around, with special praise… More