Gilda Live

Gilda Live

A filmed version of the Broadway show starring comedienne Gilda Radner, complete with the characters she made famous on the TV show "Saturday Night Live."

A filmed version of the Broadway show starring comedienne Gilda Radner, complete with the characters she made famous on the TV show "Saturday Night Live." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Gilda Live torrent reviews

Christopher D (mx) wrote: Worst film I've seen in a while

Rinnah A (mx) wrote: I was very disappointed. Way too overdone; mediocre acting.

Alfredo S (kr) wrote: Jeff Lew brings back the nostalgia and some admirable animation from his old short back in 2000, but shamefully Killer Bean Forever takes itself too seriously and ends being a clumsy, cliched, poorly written, incoherent mess, that lacks the wit and comedic intensity of the original short.

Bela M (mx) wrote: so dumb. but hysterical

Merel S (mx) wrote: A beautiful film and Philippe Torreton, fighting the misery of his fellow human beings, is just AWESOME. A VERY moving film.

Bruce B (ca) wrote: Another from the 1997 Toronto International Film Festival, this festival was loaded with outstanding films, Film list can be obtained on the net. So far I have watched about 18 of them and have yet to be disappointed. This Film is based on the novel written by Henry James. This one is about a young girl who stands to inherited a fortune and her suitor is in question by her father, as to his motives. The time period is portrayed well along with outstanding actors, make this film worth seeing. I have to rate it 4 stars.

TTT C (nl) wrote: (*** 1/2): Thumbs Up Well-directed, written, and acted.

Stephen C (ca) wrote: Stanley Donen Followed Charade with another piece of ace Hitchcock like thriller . This time Gregeory Peck is caught up with Arabs and a Beautiful Sophia Loren. The film is very mod 60s and packed with great set pieces and Henry Mancinis fab score . Donen also adds a good sense of Humour into the mix and one rareley becomes bored by the whole thing ,a fun comedy thriller with plenty of snap and pace

Deering R (de) wrote: my favorite movie for so many strange reasons.saul bass said design is thinking made visual. fool's a thinker.

Sandy H (kr) wrote: For those who read French Kiss it might be fascinating to compare the two eras and detectives as a study in high profile drug investigations

Joshua G (gb) wrote: Highly stylized and fast moving, this flick is a good way to dive into some of the source material for Tarantino. One of the opening shots definitely is echoed in Reservoir Dogs, and the direction of each scene was clearly done by someone with an artistic vision. However, the story gets a little hokey and it's not the most gripping tale. Overall, this is one for a solo watching, and not reason to invite friends over.

Connor B (gb) wrote: Not necessarily a good movie, but still fun.

Joe L (us) wrote: an operatic love story set against the backdrop of what was apparently the sexiest war ever waged, the italian-austrian war of unification. the production is opulent and gorgeously captures the romance of a simultaneously thriving and crumbling venice in 1866. farley granger, (with a dubbed italian voice several octaves below his own) is disastrously attractive, and there are points where the film feels dangerously close to being 'period porn.' it's so over the top, yet fully committed. contains thematic echoes of 'lola montes' with granger as the miscreant. it's the cover of a romance novel come to life.

Art S (jp) wrote: Dick Powell is just out of the slammer, released from a life sentence because an ex-marine has turned up to validate his "drinking night" alibi for a robbery he didn't commit. He aims to set things straight and find the evidence that will free his buddy still in jail on an accessory charge. The police (and the ex-marine) want to see if he knows where the loot is. Director Parrish holds all the cards and only reveals them to us one at a time, keeping secret what Powell knows, who he suspects, and just exactly how he plans to tie up all the loose ends left hanging when he was sent up. Powell, the former child crooner (e.g., 42nd Street), sticks with his post-war persona (hard-boiled, tough as nails, and always ready with a wry quip) in this noir that brings together almost all of the hallmarks of the genre but feels a bit loopier than usual.

Ben D (ru) wrote: Filled to the brim with silly romantic fluff that really isn't all that compelling. To be fair, it could have been much worse. Nothing is really done really poorly, except developing the relationship between Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Gray. Personally, I found their relationship quite shallow and not very interesting. I can see how it could be enjoyable in a cheesy kind of way. Acting, directing, editing, etc. is all very "whatever". None of it makes the film unwatchable, but none of it is particularly noteworthy either. The one thing I did enjoy was the soundtrack. I actually enjoyed it more than the movie itself. It's by no means good enough to warrant watching the movie, but it was admittedly nice to listen too. I can't say I liked this movie, but if all require from your movie watching experience is some cheesy romance, you'll be satisfied. You could watching a much worse movie, like a Nicholas Sparks movie.