For Colored Girls

For Colored Girls

About existence from the perspective of 20 nameless black females. Each of the women portray one of the characters represented in the collection of twenty poems, revealing different issues that impact women in general and women of color in particular.

For Colored Girls depicts the interconnected lives of nine women, exploring their lives and struggles as women of color in a vibrant world where friends and strangers dream, fear, cry, love, and laugh out loud in an attempt to find their true selves. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


For Colored Girls torrent reviews

David L (ag) wrote: Never heard of this before which surprised me considering it had some pretty well known stars in it with Renee and Bradley. Had it have casted Ian 'Lovejoy' McShane as the leading role then I may have understood why this wouldn't have made cinematic release. I kind of new it was going to be a mediocre psychological thriller but it was reasonably entertaining in parts. It was fairly predictable in the sense that the sweet innocent child was never going to be as dear as she seemed and despite the indication that it was her who was the victim of parental abuse, it was just a case of how soon into the tale will our social workers realise that there is something very demonic possessing her. It was like a female version of Damian The Omen except just nowhere near as good and the deaths we witnessed were not all that imaginative for 21st century cinema. If anything, it was more irritating than evil, and it lost its way a little towards the end, culminating in quite a weak conclusion with the alternative ending described on Wikipedia sounding a little more inspiring. It's good enough to kill a couple of hours, but nothing to have nightmares about, and certainly nothing to warrant a 'Case 40' sequel.

paul B (kr) wrote: Superb Ken Loach ou l'idee que la realite est au plus proche de la fiction ne nous echape pas une seconde. Poignant, immersif, revoltant.

Brian L (nl) wrote: As far as '80s action movies go, "Vigilante" is definitely not the worst I've seen. One of a plethora of revenge movies that came out during the era, this one actually doesn't make you scratch your head too much - the characters are fun, realistic, and although they're a little bloodthirsty, they all possess at least a little something resembling logic. Anyone who enjoys a good chase scene to a pulsing synth track, followed by a brutal, extreme justice-style beat down will get a kick out of "Vigilante," as a majority of the movie follows this formula. Sure, it's not deep, nor clever in any sort of way, but for a quick, wild, dirty '80s romp, you really can't hate on it.

Justin A (kr) wrote: Lame follow up. Less happens, yet it is somehow longer. The children are not creepy anymore. It's not just the white hair being gone, but the acting is horrible. They just act like weird kids. Not aliens or (in this movie) evolved humans. The most telling sign of this movie is the horrible dialogue exchange when one of the main characters asks the kids what they want:"What do you want?""We don't know."That about sums it up. A real let down.

Steve N (it) wrote: Marlon Brando plays perhaps the most off-beat role of his career as Sakini, a guileful translator for the American occupation forces on post-WW2 Okinawa who victimizes the hapless Army officers attempting to "reconstruct" his village. Glenn Ford makes an uncharacteristic but passable comedic turn as one of the aforementioned American officers that can be an uncomfortable high-wire act to watch at times when he is routinely out-funnied by his various co-stars, most notably Brando and Paul Ford. Fortunately, he performs the constant state of genial exasperation with enough agility that it avoids becoming tiresome. Make no mistake, however; this is Brando's show and he is fun to watch assuming you can shrug off the minor bugbear that it's a white guy playing an asian character. The film's most admirable quality is the fun it has at the expense of the US Army, given its close proximity to the actual end of the occupation of Japan five years before its release.

Matthew B (de) wrote: The Tramp: "Tomorrow the birds will sing". City Lights is about a man falls in love with a blind woman who he struggles to support. This is the kind of movie that I watch and think "Comedy back then was so much better then today's comedy". City Lights is a brilliant and well told story movie with fantastic acting from Chaplin. The funniest scenes in this movie has to be most of the film and am not joking about that. The boxing scene, the party scene and the most of the funny parts in the movie. Am not going to give away to much of the ending, but the ending was so sweet and so beautiful, I sat they feeling happy and full of joy

Aidan S (jp) wrote: An okay religion based movie that's not very memorable

Justin B (gb) wrote: Ineptly staged romantic comedy content to simply go through the motions, offering nothing that we haven't already seen a million times before.