Golden Earrings

Golden Earrings

A British colonel (Ray Milland) escapes from the Gestapo to the Black Forest and poses as a Gypsy's (Marlene Dietrich) mate.

On the eve of World War II (1939) English officer Ralph Denistoun is in Nazi Germany on an espionage mission to recover a poison gas formula from Prof. Krosigk. He is helped by Lydia and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Golden Earrings torrent reviews

Richard K (ca) wrote: I went into this film with an open mind and left with an empty soul this is without doubt one of the worst movies I have ever seen and I do not say that loosely coming from someone who watches movies 24/7 I was appalled at the lack of coherency and imagination in this awful film. The acting is almost not worth mentioning but the biggest issue is that it is BORING and that combined with all other negative aspects make this such a horrible film the final 15 mins drag by like nails on a chalkboard it's ugly irritating and you can't wait till it ends.

Phillip D (jp) wrote: Del Toro continues his excellent streak of top notch horror-thrillers with The Orphanage, a taut and tense thrill ride filled with masterfully crafted scares that come in the form of well constructed and properly utilized supernatural baddies placed in the ideal setting for a great horror film. The result doesn't have nearly as much philosophical heft as Pan's Labyrinth, but the production value is the same, with the relatively unknown cast delivering one of the best horror films of the 21st century and a clinic for any future directors looking to delve into the genre.

Rachel S (ru) wrote: As a Chris Pine fan, I had to see this little-known early film of his. Though I'm sure the comedy here could have been of the more intelligent and witty variety, Pine and Thomas as his brother really get a good feel for the humor going, and seeing Seymour on screen is always a good thing. And I love the final declaration of love made by Pine's character. Not a bad viewing experience at all.

Kevin W (fr) wrote: Jack Kerouac is rolling in his grave because of this movie.

Mark A (au) wrote: A delightful little film with an A-list roster of stars and a convoluted tale of relationships, beginning and ending and at a crossroads. I found myself caring about these characters, every one of them damaged goods in some way, but all of them looking for someone to love and to be loved by. A little bit schmaltzy at times, but its heart is in the right place and I dug it.

DWalk (br) wrote: Not one of 2Pac's best but its good enough to get 3Stars. My Favorite line: "U kno Frank we jus can't go around killin everybody" But overall its alright.

Matthew R (ca) wrote: brilliant! it's a dance movie but Stallone directs it like it's half way between an action movie and a Rocky movie except it's about dancers. I loved how butch Travolta is as Tony Manero, who six years on from his disco days is now trying to make it as a broadway dancer, and I loved the love triangle between Masero and the two leading actresses Cynthia Rhodes as good girl Jackie, and Finola Hughes as the sexy bad girl Laura. I especially loved Laura. The final dance sequence where Manero and Laura are having their own private little war in the midst of performing the show is full of sexual tension and the costumes and props are amazing. Great soundtrack from the Bee Gees and Frank Stallone (who also appears in the film). :)

John B (jp) wrote: Decent movie to start the Final Destination series. The concept is pretty cool. The best thing about this film is watching sequence of events that ultimately lead to someone's death.

Thomas B (au) wrote: The song at its centre is nice enough but the movie isn't anything new and rarely interesting. Full review later.