A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate

A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate

A kept woman runs into her one-time fiancé and finds herself torn between love and comfort. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dustin G (it) wrote: I saw this little gem at a film festival earlier in the year and was blown away by it. A film that will hold special resonance with anyone who grew up with punk, ever started a punk band, or knows anything about how most punk bands are formed. Coming of age at its finest. The nostalgia of the year.

Hardy H (br) wrote: The Loving Story is a lovely film; it's important and features amazing historical footages.

Kevin L (it) wrote: Wow, I'm really glad I watched this, I love Luke Goss in all his movies, but this one tops them all. How the hell did he fling that car at the end I will never know. Great performances all around, even Val Kilmer manages to pull it off. And the best thing is, we get to see Vinnie Jones killed... One hell of an action flick with Goss in a full dedicated character once again!

Kiele e (ca) wrote: Absolutely phenomenal film. If you're on the edge on watching it, I suggest that you do. The fact that this is based on a true story is amazing and is such an inspiration and warm- hearted film. If I could give it more than 5 stars, I would

James W (es) wrote: Saturday Night Live and Comedy award hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler star together in Baby Mama, a hilarious comedy focusing on a career driven woman who wants to have a baby, but finds out she is infertile, leading her to use a surrogate mother to have her baby. Amy Poehler is Angie, the surrogate mother whose lifestyle and mannerisms are the total opposite of Kate's, leading to big arguments and clashes with living. These two stars couldn't be better, and there's great support from Sigourney Weaver, Greg Kinnear, Dax Shepard plus many more famous faces, the only real problem preventing me giving Baby Mama a 80% is that it's rather basic in direction, there's nothing that particularly grabbing, the camerawork and the way it moves around with the stars feels basic, and the story itself is rather predictable but even with that, the ending is sweet and makes a nice outcome for these fun characters. Fans of Fey and Poehler will be delighted, and for general viewers Baby Mama is a short and funny comedy, and guys don't be put off by the title.

Sarah C (ag) wrote: Very creepy, not too scary...and only the first hour or so was worth watching...the ending was silly

Garrett H (ru) wrote: A great movie to start of a good movie series! It had some really cool and funny parts that made it a great movie! I loved it!

Mademoiselle L (de) wrote: Only because Vinny's in it.

Michael H (de) wrote: Why are the dead returning from the grave? Why aren't th townsfolk and Dellamorte that bothered? Why would you be turned on and want to have sex in a graveyard? Why would someone killed in a motorcycle accident be buried with his bike and his destroyed helmet still on? Why would anyone be buried in a see through coffin? Why does no one care that Dellamorte is killing loads of people? Why would anyone make this movie? Why would anyone think it was good?

Angie Y (us) wrote: Can't see Schwarzy is at his best here.

sandra a (ca) wrote: saw it for n english class want to download it.

Eric R (fr) wrote: Get to Know Your Rabbit is an early comedy of Brian De Palma's which is a fantastically ridiculous. It follows a dissatisfied business man (Tom Smothers) whom leaves his job in order to become a tap-dancing magician. This film revels in its absurdity, and its a just a lot of fun. De Palma loves his overheads and tracking shots in this film, and they work well, creating this absurd surrealism. Orson Welles even shows up as the business man's trainer, when he wishes to become a tap-dancing magician. It's a relatively small part, but Welles is great as always. The more I hear people say they think De Palma is overrated or sucks, the more I believe they just havent gone deep enough into his early works. De Palma may be known more for his early 90's late 80s fare, but in my humble opinion his best work came in the 70s and early 80s.