1930s in New York – The famous singer Fanny Brice has divorced her first husband Nicky Arnstein. During the depression she has trouble finding work as an artist but meets Billy Rose, a newcomer who writes lyrics and owns his own nightclub.
- Category:Action, Biography, Comedy, Drama, Musical, Romance
- Stars:James Caan, Barbra Streisand, Roddy McDowall, Colleen Camp, Omar Sharif,
- Director:Herbert Ross, Herbert Ross,
- Writer:Jay Presson Allen (screenplay), Arnold Schulman (screenplay), Arnold Schulman (story)
The continuing story of Fanny Brice following that depicted in Funny Girl (1968) is presented. An established star on Broadway as a headliner for the Ziegfeld Follies, Fanny and the rest of the world are hitting difficult times entering into the 1930s. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Funny Lady torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: It's slow and you know where it's going. Was disappointed there wasn't a gun shot at the end.
(au) wrote: I've seen some dumb Hollywood thrillers in my time with really stupid plots, but this is up there with the worst of them. A ruthless killer kidnaps Harrison Ford's wife and kids to reveal the company secrets and lets them take the family dog. Who wrote this crap? Betsy Benicetobenjy?
(ca) wrote: favorite part was anytime Joel Gion was onscreen. interesting juxtaposition of the rise of the Dandy Warhols against the combustion of the Brian Jonestown Massacre. what a deranged musical genius Anton Newcombe is. watch out for all the pretentiousness though, courtney and anton both. i guess if you feel you are qualified to start musical revolutions, you have to possess a ton of ego. great music all around.
(nl) wrote: cute - in Spanish with sub titles
(fr) wrote: Inefficient killer robots take out teens partying in a mall. The robots are so one dimensional that I have no idea how they are able to kill almost every character. Actually, teenagers are generally stupid, so it is pretty easy to kill them.
(ag) wrote: Maggie Smith was wonderful in this film. I loved the Michael Caine character as well...one of Neil Simon's best.
(gb) wrote: Why did someone who's firmly on the record as being AGAINST rapping grannies put this movie on her Netflix queue? I don't know. The movie is mostly about making senior citizens look adorable, so if that's your thing, you'll like it. As for me, the fact that I cried should not be taken as a blanket endorsement. I do hope there's a chorus like this that I can join when I'm old. Actually, if there's one I can join now, let me know.
(ag) wrote: A movie about a woman who is lost and confused in life, so she comes back home and ruins a few more lives, then it just kinda ends.