Betty, rebellious daughter of a millionaire, decides to marry the pennyless Jean, against her father's will. She runs away to France and she starts living a life of luxury on the profits from her father's business. The rich man decides to put a stop to her behavior pretending his business crashed. Betty now has to find money by herself and she gets a job in a night club.
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Champagne torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: good movie for my little one
(ag) wrote: You can take a break from this one.
(us) wrote: It was a little dry at parts, but overall it was a great story and very important one that really needed to be told.
(de) wrote: If you love Albert Brooks....
(es) wrote: This is horrible and funny at the same time...
(es) wrote: The cheaply made film tells an old story and adds nothing fresh, but it was presented with force.
(fr) wrote: When we think 80s teen comedies we think of the same 20 films. It's nice to see forgotten films like this. It contains EVERY 80s teen cliche, but because I haven't seen it 1000 times, it actually feels fresh. And hey, nudity in a PG-13 teen film?? That's unheard of today. The film's a teen adaptation of Shakespeare (OMG! Before She's All That!?!?!?), but it's pretty competent. Plus, Sherilyn Fenn pre-Twin Peaks. Nice. Sometimes looking back supplies us what we miss from yester-year.
(us) wrote: Love those Herbie movies.
(us) wrote: Star meter: you are not built for the Lone Wolf and Cub series
(it) wrote: This is the worst shit ive ever seen. wtf are u people smoking???
(fr) wrote: the best movie out of the four.
(fr) wrote: Not what I expected but a solid movie. Basically, finds that he is dying from an illness and looks to spend his day w/ Lois Lane, kind of a tearjerker theme but worth a view.
(gb) wrote: I give the movie a little credit for the attempt of what they tried to accomplish.The take of a virus pasted through a Facebook like social media website is kinda a neat idea. However, the "social media controls the world" theme has been done, a lot, and in much better ways. I did give and extra half a star for seeing a chick drill into her own head though.
(kr) wrote: Woody Allen's film about the Golden Age of Radio is filled with funny, poignant, sad, and memorable vignettes about a poor Jewish family, presumably based in part on Allen's own, and mixes it with recollections of radio shows and popular music of the day and urban legends about radio stars of the time. It's a really fun watch, and its more like listening to a person's memories than it is watching a film. The large cast of characters are wonderfully performed, and the film is pretty entertaining.
(fr) wrote: Don "Malky" Logan: "I love you, Gal. You're lovable. Big lovable bloke."The story is about a former gangster who has made a modest amount of money from his criminal career. Happy to put his life of crime behind him, he has retired with his wife Deedee (Amanda Redman) to the sunny bliss of rural Spain, where he lives an idyllic life with his family and a few close friends. But Gary's contentment is ruptured by an unwelcome visitor from his past -- Don (Ben Kingsley), a former associate who has been hired to assemble a team of criminals to rob a heavily guarded bank. Don wants Gary in on the job, and is less than pleased by Gary's unwillingness to volunteer his services. What ensues is a battle of wills between the two men, with Don intimidating, prodding, and manipulating his onetime friend to get what he wants, forever changing the lives of those around him in the process.Jonathan Glazer seems to be like one of those directors that only direct's movies if he really wants to put in his pure passion, his soul and effort to do so, and how I know that is by looking at his other two movies that he made so far and those two movies have proved that he takes time with filming and he only picks the films that's right for him. Sexy Beast is another great example of that.Ray Winstone may play the same character in every movie that his in. Playing the tough angry British guy in every movie his in, but in this that's not the case, he actually played a character...wow. Ray Winstone is a good actor and I do like him has a person and I'm happy that he's in a movie that shows his talent. Great work Winstone.Ben Kingsley in this movie probably pulls off his best performance that I've seen him in. He plays the loud month guy that dose you head in and in a strange way I kind of like him, even when I shouldn't, it's like J.K Simmons in Whiplash where in that movie you got Fletcher a mean, ass-hole who you just want to hit but at the same time kind of like him and not fully hate him, and that's basically Kingsley in this movie. Kingsley is always brilliant in every movie but in this I think he really dose shine and in my opinion it's my favorite performance from him.Now for problems: My only little nick pick with this movie is the that in some scenes in this movie that was a little bit slow and that's it really.Overall Sexy Beast is a movie that's acted well, directed and shot beautifully and overall a well done film. But it's also a movie that not everyone is going to like, but everyone can agree to disagree of things.
(ca) wrote: it wants to be an epic film, but it lacks the bravado and determination to do so.