An American in Paris
Jerry Mulligan is an exuberant American expatriate in Paris trying to make a reputation as a painter. His friend Adam is a struggling concert pianist who's a long time associate of a famous French singer, Henri Baurel. A lonely society woman, Milo Roberts, takes Jerry under her wing and supports him, but is interested in more than his art.
American World War II veteran Jerry Mulligan, his friend and neighbor Adam Cook and French singer Henri Baurel struggle to find work in Paris. However, things become more complicated when two of them fall in love with the same woman, wealthy Milo Roberts. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
An American in Paris torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: A more than adequate indie addition for the vampire/horror crowd, than will fail to appeal to anyone outside said genre.
(us) wrote: After a decent opening scene, the promise that this movie shows falls apart pretty quickly and it turns out to be another straight to video crapfest.
(au) wrote: Excellent film and kept me interested and glued throughout.
(mx) wrote: Le subo el rating a ****
(es) wrote: A biopic relies on right portrayals and great acting. In order to succeed the portrayal of Ray Charles, a blind musician named one of the best entertainers, Jamie Foxx have to keep his eyes close throughout the 2.5-hour long film. His successful performance resulted to be stunning and the best of his career for doing such challenge (hence his win for Best Actor).Jamie Foxx is the main attraction/spotlight and the center of the enjoyment of the film, despite some moments of Ray's life that was hard and unappealing to watch (there was even predictability on how he was sometime treated when he was blind). (A-)(Full review coming soon)
(ru) wrote: Classic humor with amazing settings and creatures, it a movie every child should see!
(it) wrote: i like the first better
(es) wrote: A sci-fi instant classic with Arnold Schwarzenegger!
(ru) wrote: An American piece of film making that doesn't happen much anymore. It takes the viewer on an journey into the American west from the point of view of man living off the land. It's has beautiful shots of the natural beauty of the west and told in the 1860/70's. On my top lists of western of all time!
(gb) wrote: A movie has more lasting impact if it shuns effort to be understood and to just allow the viewers to ask their personal questions -- in this case, the level of our faith. While it was slow at first, the movie had me when the two old fathers had their discourse on the difference of their Christian faiths -- one believes that the faith is about the warmth of life; the other looks forward to coldness of death. I on the other hand believe that faith is a personal, special, and individual gift from God so that one cannot impose his to the other. I was oscillating from one side of the argument to the other as both have points which are also part of what I believe in.And when the movie piles up surprises upon surprises (that are not just whimsical; they also made me ask more questions), there goes that finale that is brave enough in the filmmakers' part -- yet so powerful that it made ask myself -- how big can ever my faith be.
(br) wrote: You don't have to be a country music fan to appreciate this biopic about country legend Loretta Lynn. Sissy Spacek is outstanding in her Oscar-winning role. She convincingly plays Lynn from age 15 to her late forties. I know this movie is known for Spacek's performance, but Tommy Lee Jones should not be ignored. He is equally as great as Lynn's much older husband/manager. The two leads have great chemistry and bonus point for Spacek for doing her own singing. She is so good, you'd think you're seeing the real thing. Grade: B+
(ag) wrote: It's not as bad as some of the other films in the Friday the 13th series but Jason Goes To Hell is still not very good. The movie tries to be original but in all is just too stupid to be taken seriously. At least it sets up Freddy vs Jason!
(kr) wrote: Good movie a little predictable.
(ru) wrote: Pretty okay, very Sherlock Holmes. Watsons shines as a sidekick!