China Girl charts the exploits of two-fisted newsreel photographer Johnny Williams (George Montgomery), stationed in Burma and China in the early stage of WW II. Captured by the Japanese, he escapes from a concentration camp with the aid of beautiful, enigmatic 'China Girl' Miss Young (Gene Tierney). The two arduously make their way back to friendly lines so that Johnny can deliver the vital military information he's managed to glean from his captors.
- Stars:Gene Tierney, George Montgomery, Lynn Bari, Victor McLaglen, Alan Baxter, Sig Ruman, Myron McCormick, Robert Blake, Ann Pennington, Philip Ahn,
- Director:Henry Hathaway,
In November 1941, American news photographer Johnny 'Bugsy' Williams manages to escape from the Japanese and finds himself back in Burma where he meets the beautiful Miss Haoli Young. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
China Girl torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: This is like any other ghost mystery movie. Slow to start with an obvious ending. There is nothing in this one that sets it apart from other ghost stories.
(au) wrote: I haven't seen any of the Gamera movies before because their out of print but this seems interesting.
(gb) wrote: Pretentious English crap
(nl) wrote: If you love the Beatles this film is for you.
(br) wrote: What the fuck is this supposed to be? I like B-movies, but this is just a catastrophe.
(it) wrote: A great movie for what it is. If you want to watch a fight movie I have to say it's up there!!!
(ag) wrote: I love Hepburn and Astaire, but this movie is horrible. She can't sing. There is NO chemistry between the two. Paris looks great, alas this is a badly made movie.
(es) wrote: Sound: The orchestral score written for this film synchs well and helps drive the tension and energy of the film. There even is am homage to Tchaikovsky's 1812 overture by using Le Marsellaise in the score. 90/100 Technical: Poor use of the ship model. Eisenstein breaks the 180 degree plane a couple of times. The montage editing drives the pace and tension of the film. Excellent use of framing and camera angles. 95/100 Narrative: Episodic in 5 parts but it flows together. Weak ending if the film was not for propaganda use. 100/100 Acting/Character: Excellent acting for the era. Eisenstein is not afraid of using close ups of the supporting cast; great faces too. Superb use of the different ranks and groups to signify the proletariat, bourgeoisie, and the elite classes; for the propaganda use. 95/100 Did I like it: Yes, but if the ending were true to the real actions of the Soviet Union the ending would have had more bloodshed. 90/100 Artistic merit: Excellent use of montage, controversial subject matter, and a film with a history of being banned or edited. This films influence on setting standards for future films weighs heavy here. It also shows the power of a "silent" film. 100/100 Total score 95/100
(jp) wrote: Awesome movie, no matter what time of year.
(nl) wrote: Very simple film with lots of holes. There was some enjoyable moments in the film yet overall it was boring.