Easy Come, Easy Go [DVD] 
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Presley plays a navy frogman who thinks he has stumbled upon buried treasure but he graciously donates the worthless pieces to an ar ts center.
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But it does have Elvis in it and apart from looking distinctly fed up at times (and who could blame him), he is looking good but then it was difficult in those days for him to look anything else.
Like the above reviewer, it gets three stars simply because it's got Elvis in it!
Elvis the navy diver, says it all really. He meets up with some groovy types and tries to dive for sunken treasure, all the while get caught up in some "high jinks". The setting is terrible, it looks like it was shot on a miserable winter's day in the North Sea and really doesn't improve.
The songs are truly terrible "yoga is as yoga does" - what on earth was he thinking - this really will give you a pain in your posterious!!!
However, Elvis is not the worst actor in this film, there are lots of them. Everyone wishes they were somewhere else - including the viewer.
This is really for diehard Elvis fans only. However, one bright spot is that it is not as depressing or bad as Harum Scarum or Stay Away, Joe.
Gave it 3 stars cos Elvis is in it.
Yet for all of the evident problems, it's a safe enough recommendation to those after a time filler who are armed with the knowledge this isn't going to tickle the cranium! It's all very colourful with nice exterior work at Long Beach Naval Station, Presley looks just terrific in uniform and the cast is spruced up by the presence of Elsa Lanchester and Jack McHugh; the former of which sings a bit and gets the giggles as a hippie type yoga teacher who ties "The Pelvis" in knots. Stand out tune is I'll Take Love, while the race for buried treasure plot remains airy enough to let the adventure yarn breathe.
Foot tapping assured and unintentional giggles, too, set the dial for family friendly fodder and wallow in the froth. 6/10
Being an Elvis fan, I tend to just enjoy the songs, although even those are not great in this one.
Simple story of Elvis & side kick goes looking for treasure, some slap stick humour to help things along.
Easy viewing, for an afternoon with nothing much to do.
And we have the joint collaboration of Hollywood and Elvis' foolish manager to thank for that.
This must be, without any hesitation or doubt, the worst movie featuring Elvis Presley ever. And this is very hard for a devout fan to admit. Most fans claim that Harum Scarum is the worst but in my honest opinion and with a lot of pushing and shoving this takes the prize, with Harum Scarum a very close second.
As the script goes, Ted Jackson (Elvis) and Skip are deep sea divers competing for lost treasure from a sunken ship. After an underwater fight with Skip, Ted Jackson salvages the treasure. There is a twist to the plot at the end but in the meantime you see Elvis walking in and out of places going nowhere, while talking and singing to whoever he comes across.
Obviously this is no Titanic as the film took two weeks to make and grossed just under $2 million (around $15m today.) By 1967 , Elvis had already proven that with a decent script he was a brilliant and believable actor. But no one, no matter how good, can ever make this drabbiest storyline decent. No one. Not even Marlon Brando at the time could have done anything with this horrendous script. Elvis, as he had proven in his earlier films, could have handled challenging scripts had he been given the opportunity. Instead, he was tragically committed by his crooked manager and Hollywood to churn out such mediocre fodder. In turn, these movies challenged his reputation.Read more ›
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Great film with Elvis, this is now another for in my collection.Published 4 months ago by K. Boatman