Girl in Trouble

Girl in Trouble

Bored farmer's daughter sets out to make it in the big city. She gets mixed up with freaks, perverts and degenerates and winds up a stripper in New Orleans.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:82 minutes
  • Release:1963
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   prostitute,   rape,  

Bored farmer's daughter sets out to make it in the big city. She gets mixed up with freaks, perverts and degenerates and winds up a stripper in New Orleans. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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William W (ag) wrote: Actrice (C)nervante = film (C)nervant

Joel L (nl) wrote: I enjoyed it and thats all that matters. Some scenes were a little ridiculous.

Kyle S (au) wrote: The sequel that sometimes gets bogged down in its spectacle and averting of certain stereotypes (think the audio/video store scene). But all in all, it offers some genuine thrills and fantastic comedic timing from its leads.

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Will M (mx) wrote: I love this movie has a kid. Watching it now it still holds up has good fun. The only problem i had was back then was The Fat Boys. They where on Sutra Records and i thought they should have focused on the def jam artist. Run Dmc was on Profile records but they made the story because of the blood connectionl { russell and joesph are brothers} Anyway the movie is great retro. and better then all the other hiphop movies that were out in 1985. Watch it!!! Just to see how young they all were!!!

Alex M (ag) wrote: It's undoubtedly beautiful and has adequate heart, but it's not nearly as compelling as Miyazaki's later works.

Max A (jp) wrote: Underrated horror spoof with an all-star cast... I think it was inspired by the meek success of the low-budget no-star Student Bodies. This film is desperate for a DVD release.

Ken S (gb) wrote: Mel Brooks last good film in the 70s, "High Anxiety", parodies Hitchcock in loving fashion, in much the same way that "Young Frankenstein" both laughed at, with and paid homage to the classic Universal Monster films. Now this isn't as good and dead on a parody as "Young Frankenstein", but it is really hard to come as close to a masterpiece as that film is. Brooks is in fine form co-writing, producing, directing and starring in this film that takes comical looks at Hitch's work with both direct scene parodies, and with more general concepts that make fun of the elements of your standard Hitchcock work. Brooks was not only a fan of Hitch, but had become a friend, and the film is dedicated to the Master of Suspense. It is my favorite kind of parody, one that isn't being cruel to the works it is laughing at and is a comically loving tribute.

Chad B (kr) wrote: Tennant's unique and entrancing performance makes this excellent and polished production incredibly memorable.

Andy P (es) wrote: The first in Alfred Hitchcock's "limited setting" movies, Lifeboat is a minor entry in Hitchcock's film canon but is a very competent melodrama with well-written characters played brilliantly.

Nathan R (ag) wrote: : Not much was expected from a Disney package film created as propaganda during World War II but there were surprisingly a couple of redeeming qualities. This was the first of many of the package or segmented films that Disney made in the 40's and consisted of 4 mini-movies set throughout South America. While it was a very insightful look into Latin American culture it was also a pretty flat out bore. It read almost like a documentary and didn't offer much in the way of originality but it was great seeing Donald and Goofy in their first full length film.

Arturo P (de) wrote: The best parts are when they get on the island and the end. The rest of the movie is such a bore!!!

Harry W (ca) wrote: Gattaca is a gorgeously realised sci-fi romance that is so extremely tense that it borders on uncomfortably erotic at times, with Uma Thurman's stony gaze and glaring eyes boring right out of the screen and Ethan Hawke's smoulderingly adjusted return to this being an example of perfect casting in a film. Unfortunately, Gattaca is so uber-stylish and incredibly in depth that it very exclusive and kind of pretentious at times. It doesn't appeal to mainstream audiences that's for sure, but that isn't a bad thing. It's not really my sort of thing.

John H (mx) wrote: Rubbish Ricky gervais ruins it

Twins S (au) wrote: Fantastic movie!!! A serous view of life on a comic-ironic vein.We so not see movie like this anymore, a film making that is not part of today cinematography language.Do not be conned by the fact that it's a comedy, it's very violent and highly political.Using a sport to talk about dishonesty, the power of the media and the ugliness of success at all cost.A cult film

Adam B (jp) wrote: Quite intense and original, but also slightly boring.