Blonde Venus

Blonde Venus

American chemist Ned Faraday marries a German entertainer and starts a family. However, he becomes poisoned with Radium and needs an expensive treatment in Germany to have any chance at being cured. Wife Helen returns to night club work to attempt to raise the money and becomes popular as the Blonde Venus. In an effort to get enough money sooner, she prostitutes herself to millionaire Nick Townsend.

A cabaret singer takes up with a millionaire to pay for her gravely ill husband's operation. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Blonde Venus torrent reviews

Jonathas S (mx) wrote: Aptly named documentary about how suicidal tendencies seem to run in the Hemingway family, this is potential help for those dealing with similar issues.

Xander G (it) wrote: What a horrendous movie. To think an entire team of Korean animators created such beautiful art, just for it to be tainted by terrible writing.

Emmax M (ag) wrote: Excelente xito taquillero. (Puerto Rico)

James H (es) wrote: Really cheesy sci-fi movie. Badly acted and so melodramatic. The score is very obvious. It's laughably bad at times. So dumb. It probably wasn't even very impressive when it came out.

William M (ag) wrote: I regret ever watching this disaster. the worst thing is the acting, they're not even trying.

Dylan G (it) wrote: With the help of an awesome cast and executive producer Steven Spielberg, this awesome boxing flick fails to disappoint and will entertain kids and adults alike! A+

Jason Y (ru) wrote: [b]DVD[/b] First Viewing, 1 Shore film seen Most people my age probably grew up watching Paul Shore movies. I remember my parents wouldn't take me to see [i]Bio-dome, [/i]but now it sits on the shelves of my personal collection alongside [i]Son-in-Law [/i]and [i]Jury Duty[/i]. How do you like that, Mom and Dad? Needless to say, [i]Pauly Shore is Dead[/i] will not be joining them (not my parents, silly - my Pauly Shore tapes). [i]Pauly Shore is Dead[/i] has vanity project written all over it. He made a movie about him dying and the reaction it would get. He basically makes fun of himself for 80 minutes and tries to fit in as many celebrity cameos and inside jokes that the time would allow. Some people praise Pauly Shore for this film. They think that it is both funny and gutsy. I'm sorry that I don't agree with you. Pauly Shore was even the joke of his successful movies. I just watched his movies because he was stupid. [i]Pauly Shore is Dead[/i] hasn't made me change my mind.

Pierre L (mx) wrote: Somehow I love this kind of destructive love movie. Engaging in a realistic way.

Brad G (es) wrote: "That Son Of A Bitch Has One Of Those Big Guns Too!" Yowza! Not since the first Malibu Express film has Andy Sidaris succeeded in making such a spectacular piece of garbage. Julie Strain leaves her bad girl act behind to lead the CIA Secret Super Team, the L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies! Along with the fake breast behemoths Julie K Smith (Cobra!) & Shae Marks (Tiger!) as well as the Asian Vegas showman Elvis Fu, they take on the half Native American Gunrunner/Porno Producer/Professional Wrestler Marcus Bagwell aka The Warrior. The Guns, Girls, & G-Strings set has been filled with plenty of terrible scripting, dialog, and acting but Day of the Warrior stands out as one of the absolute worst films and as a result it is one of the most entertaining. VF.

Brandon S (ag) wrote: Above average 80's horror film in which a woman that works in a used bookstore becomes stalked by the killer in the novel she is currently reading. Sounds weak but due to good direction and an okay cast with plenty of style make this one of the better horror flicks to come out of the 80's. Effective makeup on the killer always helps surprised that this never recieved a sequel.

Nick L (es) wrote: It was a really good movie

Wade P (nl) wrote: so; watched it while cooped up in the hospital.

Eric H (fr) wrote: Compared to most films in Hollywood in the 1930s, Fritz Lang's mystery thriller The Testament of Dr. Mabuse is years ahead of the game in terms of plot and camera techniques. There are some shots in this movie that would not be seen until Orson Welles' famous Citizen Kane, which forever changed the cinema. However, I think it's safe to say that Lang was doing the same thing in Germany at the time when Nazi rule was in the wake. In this complex and filling story, a veteran criminal with a brilliant mind has been in an insane asylum for ten years yet is writing memoirs that seem to predict crimes happening outside. The Inspector Lohmann attempts to solve this case, not knowing how strange and convoluted it really is. Despite the complexity of it, this film is rather easy to follow and boasts some great performances and use of sound. Considering this was only Lang's second film using sound, it is a wonder he did what he could with it. The movie opens with a noisy print shop and a man hiding behind a huge trunk. The loud and obnoxious noise of the printer continues all throughout the scene and shows what sound can really do to a film. All in all, Lang shows his pioneering ability to use the resources available in ways no one had thought of at the time. There are hints of German Expressionism here, but mostly just a well-told and engaging detective story that certainly will not age any time soon.

Andy C (ru) wrote: A selection of tales from the Green lantern corps featuring famous and lesser known ring bearers alike. All beautifully animated and with a wealth of action it's in many ways more rewarding than the live action film.

Candace B (nl) wrote: The synopsis intrigues me enough to ignore the critics and see it.