Young playwright spends his last cent to pay the rent of struggling actress in a theatrical boarding house. Pursuing her, he winds up at a gambling club, where he wins big, just before a police raid. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bumping Into Broadway
A young playwright spends his last cent to pay the past-due rent for the pretty dancer who's his boarding house next-door neighbor. Soon after, he winds up at a gambling club, where he wins big - just before a police raid.
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Justine W (it) wrote: This movie is a heartfelt look at two brothers and how their relationship roles have directed their trajectories in life. It's honest, an unapologetic in its humanity.
Bill M (jp) wrote: Emotionally charged story about a father whose life falls apart when his son is killed in a college campus mass shooting. When a box of his late son's original song recordings are given to him years later, he plays the songs at an open mike night. A young, local musician greatly admires the songs and together they form a small group to perform the simple, moving songs his son wrote. Together they each undergo their own an internal journey. William H Macy directs the emotional journey...
Dale A (mx) wrote: got 2 see it ufc rules
Nick B (ru) wrote: Was just gonna watch for the boobies but it ended up being pretty funny. Wish i could go to a Bachelor party as awesome as this, loved how that guy always wore the funny shirts like It's not gonna lick itself etc.
Matt W (kr) wrote: Great guilty pleasure...Gerard Butler, Matthew M and Christian Bale all in one movie? EPIC
Jeffrey C (gb) wrote: Quite predictable revelation of the story, which discount the poignancy as well as impressiveness of the whole piece.
David K (fr) wrote: Chow plays a humble deliveryman who wants to impress the female lead, the beauty of the health club, Lily. He decides to learn some martial arts, but is conned out of his life savings by Ng Man Tat.Touching and funny, this is one of my favorite Chow films.
Dee L (ru) wrote: Not the best 80's movie unfortunately. Kim B falls a little flat on her heels. Not much in terms of laughter. Jokes were very dry. Trading places is much better.
Ayako A (ag) wrote: The one with Terence Stamp...O, that's the coolest movie in the history!
Adam T (jp) wrote: Heavily worded melodrama has some scenes that drag a little but the last 20-30 minutes offer up a sobering, downbeat conclusion. Frank Sinatra is not as memorable here as say 'The Man With the Golden Arm' or 'From Here To Eternity' but does have some chemistry with Shirley MacLaine's sweet-as-pie floozy.
Douglas R (gb) wrote: One of my recent favourites. Tennant's rendition of the soliloquey is quiet, reserved & well-done. The look is great as well; Instead of doing like a movie, they kept it to a stage performance with 1 or 2 sets. But the sets are done in black glass & drapery all around, to convey the ideal of "Denmark's a prison". No privacy, everything is reflected back at you. Modernized, but still maintains the quality of the original play.
Wade H (es) wrote: A complete waste of Theon's acting talent. The film gets ridiculously out of hand and falls flat. Some of the visuals are decent.
Hal M (kr) wrote: Tense psychological drama well acted by Jessica Chastain and Michael Shannon.
Tom T (de) wrote: Dope, wish it showed a little more than the Silk Road though