Drop Dead Gorgeous

Drop Dead Gorgeous

In a small Minnesota town, the annual beauty pageant is being covered by a TV crew. Former winner Gladys Leeman wants to make sure her daughter follows in her footsteps; explosions, falling lights, and trailer fires prove that. As the Leemans are the richest family in town, the police are pretty relaxed about it all. Despite everything, main rival (but sweet) Amber Atkins won't give up without a fight.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:97 minutes
  • Release:1999
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:farce,   catfight,   deaf,  

An annual beauty pageant in small-town Minnesota turns ridiculously competitive and ultimately chaotic when mothers of two contestants decide they will stop at nothing to help each one's respective child win the contest. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Drop Dead Gorgeous torrent reviews

Cynthia S (de) wrote: Kind of creepy. Ending was strange, but the very last scene actually made me jump. Would have been even a more decent of a movie, had it not included cops that were clueless, and did not want to believe anything. Evidence all around, and they still think it is all her in head. Hmmmmm.

Private U (jp) wrote: Great short film, I can't wait to see the feature length.

Remi Z (es) wrote: J'ai decouvert avec ce film une autre parcelle du cinema de Takeshi Miike. The Bird People est un magnifique film sur le voyage et le sens de la vie. Ici rien de sanglant, mais tout au contraire est de l'ordre du poetique. A conseiller a tous les adultes qui veulent rever devant leurs ecrans. Synopsis : un juene cadre, bientot acompagne d'un Yakuza, doit trouver un village paume de Chine pour y verifier la presence d'une magnifique mine de jade...

David H (au) wrote: A great Drama about the Madness of the Communist Hunt in the 50's America

Tio B (ag) wrote: There are three things I love in this film: 1) The Gilliam-meets-YELLOW-SUBMARINE animation, 2) George Gruntz's killer score, and 3) the experimental "video art" climax. That little weird-looking guy is cool too.

Bruce B (de) wrote: This is Old School Drive-Inn Friday Night Horror, so-so for Halloween, Not sure it would do much for anyone under 25. To slow. But now those born in the Sixties might work for ya.

JamesMasaki R (fr) wrote: Bloody sword violence with nudity, and Ike Reiko with Christina Lindberg? Who cares about a coherent plot and believability when you have the stylish Norifumi Suzuki behind the camera. And that final fight with that incredible music. I can't stand the English title as it makes it sound dumb and bland. It's amazing that the major studios were making insane movies as this during that time. Major question is why it took me so long to finally see this one....

cli o (gb) wrote: classic movie typical irish lol our movies arnt so bad

Robert B (fr) wrote: Antiviral (Brandon Cronenberg, 2012)The whole time I was watching Antiviral, the debut film from Brandon Cronenberg-if the last name sounds familiar, it's because Brandon is the son of revered Canadian filmmaker David Cronenberg-I was thoroughly enchanted with it. I kept having to remind myself that, yes, the movie does have some shortcomings, and they kept it from rating higher than it did. But the movie's immense style made me want to gloss those shortcomings over. This is definitely a case of form over function, and in that, early Brandon is on the same track as early David was-and by "early" with David Cronenberg I'm talking about his earliest features, 1969's Stereo and 1970's Crimes of the Future, rather than the "early" stuff everyone's seen (Shivers, Rabid, and The Brood, by the last of which Cronenberg had already, as far as I'm concerned, reached the heights of body-horror greatness he would plumb until 1999's eXistenZ). When it comes right down to it, you're going to want to say you knew him when.Plot: Syd March (No Country for Old Men's Caleb Landry Jones) works for a near-future company that specializes in a new form of celebrity-worship; they harvest diseases from celebrities, culture them, and infect paying clients with the same strain of the same disease their heroes have. In any case, supermodel Hannah Geist (Dracula Untold's Sarah Gadon) is rumored to have a brand new disease that no one has ever seen before, and Syd's company is desperate to get their hands on some of it. Syd is on the case-not only because he's good at his job, but because, unknown to his company, he is obsessed with Hannah.Brandon does things the same way Dad does-build the characters well enough so that no matter how weird the situations, things remain somewhat plausible. Where Brandon differs is that it was pretty rare to find a pre-Spider Cronenberg film that seemed in any way realistic. In the days of ubiquitous reality TV and websites devoted to celebrity gossip seeing millions of hits per day, Brandon's near-future vision seems all too realistic. While there's an obvious body-horror aspect to what goes on here, this is more a movie about atmosphere, tension, and paranoia than it is about gross-out special effects, and it benefits tremendously from this. An tiviral is a touch unformed and maybe could've used one more rewrite to tighten up the plot, but it's stylish, creepy, and excels at portions of the filmmaker's craft that many journeymen have never mastered; a very good debut from a promising filmmaker. Can't wait to see what he does next. *** 1/2

Tj H (it) wrote: what in the hell did I just watch?

Andrew L (kr) wrote: This is an alright movie. Parts are very scattered while it tries to keep up with the bizarre moments that make the movie interesting. This could have been a lot better. The acting is pretty good for the most part. I personally liked Brittany Robertson's performance the most. Definitely worth the rent.

Marcus W (ca) wrote: Just avoid, like a biblical plague.