Bugsy Malone

Bugsy Malone

A pint-sized cast illuminates this musical that is unlike any other ever made. Set in 1929 New York City, Bugsy Malone captures a flashy world of would-be hoodlums, showgirls, and dreamers - all played by child actors! As Tallulah, the sassy girlfriend of the owner of Fat Sam's Grand Slam Speakeasy, future superstar Jodie Foster dances and sings her way into our hearts.

The movie details the career of Bugsy Malone, who rises to the top of the criminal ladder in 1920s New York. Instead of throwing fists or bullets, the prohibition-era kiddie mobsters sling confections at one another. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bugsy Malone torrent reviews

Rob F (ca) wrote: I watched this Film and it's not a big blockbuster film but it's just as good. so many parts reminded me of what me and my friends do during gaming. plus Zelda Williams has a great part. if you don't know who she is Google her. Blake Freeman did an amazing job with this film

Holly R (ca) wrote: I'd forgotten how much I love this little movie...Tim Blake Nelson is amazing.

Manoj R (jp) wrote: I would sort of brand it as a melodrama, but what more do i need when there is Meryl Streep? And again, this not a just another melodrama!

Trevor H (mx) wrote: Why is it most of the movies I watch lately start out so strong, but then at the halfway mark lose steam?

Red L (mx) wrote: An early Canadian film - but about an family from Arkansas. I was attracted to the movie as I saw that Burton Cummings was in the cast. It is a feel-good story of a mom who sets out to the big city to retrieve her son who has been kidnapped by her husband. The story is fine, but the filming is pretty bad -- scenes where you cannot hear the dialogue because of the background noise, and some really fuzzy scenes (which did not feel like they were put there on purpose). It is good that Burton stuck to music and did not go into acting in a big way.

Richard D (ag) wrote: This is a gorgeous film. The palace turned nunnery in the remote Himalayas is created mostly in Pinewood Studios, and it's a glorious example of how deliberate artifice can create it's own kind of authenticity. The carefully designed and controlled visual scheme of this film creates it's own world that is true to the story being told. Ironically, the story is largely about how you cannot control every aspect of your world through force of will. This film would be the best film made by just about any director, and it's a true testament to Powell & Pressburger's artistry that they made at least two films better than it.

Matthew S (it) wrote: This iconic classic is a great bit of entertainment despite itself. God bless its soap opera-drenched heart! Joan Crawford delivers a shamelessly hammy performance that makes the movie instead of damaging it.

Thomas B (nl) wrote: Reese Witherspoon's Tracy Flick is dangerously unhinged and a brilliant comedic force in this skewering satire. Full review later.

Tatsuhito K (ru) wrote: Tonally it is much lighter and more family-friendly compared to "The Temple of Doom", but some of the plot elements are forced, the heroine looks more like a Bond girl, and some of the action still feels too stagy, which is the same problem I had with the Temple of Doom. At this point, it almost feels like a parody of itself. Ford and Connery have wonderful chemistry together, and some of the action is fun to watch. "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" may be flimsy and underwhelming compared to the original, but it's still a fun ride.

Jackie S (br) wrote: Fascinating but slippery. Kinda got the feeling this was just the surface story.