His Kind of Woman
Nick Ferraro, deported crime boss, needs to re-enter the USA. His plan involves "honest" gambler Dan Milner, who's subjected to a series of "misfortunes," then bribed to take a trip to Mexico. En route, Dan meets chanteuse Lenore Brent, truly his kind of woman. But on arrival at posh Morros Lodge in Baja California, Dan finds the ostensibly rich, carefree guests all playing roles...except, possibly, ham actor Mark Cardigan. What does Ferraro want with him? Can he trust anyone?
- Stars:Robert Mitchum, Jane Russell, Vincent Price, Tim Holt, Charles McGraw, Marjorie Reynolds, Raymond Burr, Leslie Banning, Jim Backus, Philip Van Zandt, John Mylong, Carleton G. Young,
- Director:John Farrow, Richard Fleischer,
- Writer:Frank Fenton, Jack Leonard
A deported gangster's plan to re-enter the USA involves skulduggery at a Mexican resort, and gambler Dan Milner is caught in the middle. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
His Kind of Woman torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Det kom til et vendepunkt og da falt jeg av.
(us) wrote: amanda seyfried plays mouse in in this film
(ca) wrote: Zero Tolerance is a revenge film about an FBI agent who goes rogue after a group of drug dealers known as the White Hand kill his family. It has a familiar revenge story, but this film is more focused on the philosophy of, "less plot, more ass-kicking", since it features awesome action sequences at least every five minutes and such scenes are rather awesome to watch. Zero Tolerance may be cheese, but it wonderful cheese that is an absolute blast to watch. I think it's great.
(mx) wrote: Look! Renee Zellweger before she went supernova! Back when she could blink!
(nl) wrote: Crime drama with Ben Afflect as actor and director is tense and a great story.
(ru) wrote: Exceptional performances! Great script. Tough, touching and heartbreaking.
(ru) wrote: This is a really underrated film. I know that the acting, the script, and the jokes were bad but there are a hell of a lot worse horror-comedies out there; this is a lot more enjoyable than any George A Romero film I've seen. It's a pretty funny film and well worth gathering a bunch of mates to watch this for a guaranteed laugh.
(us) wrote: year 1900 in the south american rain forest surrrounded by savage indians when abel comes to there village in search of gold to get revenge against his fathers assassins, the chief of the tribe doesint trust him, when he goes into the forbidden forest in serch of the gold...he is captured by the beauty of this wild nature, all the animales, coriously he serches on, he comes scrosses a small river pool and neals to get a drink, as he cups some water in his hands and drinks the water in the reflection he sees a girl, he stops and looks up but then see disapears like a water color in the rain, he stands and looks to find her
(it) wrote: Vud, zombies, magia negra, qu podra salir mal?
(br) wrote: Light-hearted but sufficiently deep to carry the story to its conclusion. Nuanced from Grant in a way that most of his other roles are not. Subtilely and outrightly funny in equal measure, with a good cast.
(mx) wrote: Entertaining sequel to The Creature From The Black Lagoon. Poor soundtrack after the ingenuity of the first, with the odd orchestral stab every time we see the beastie, but the quality of underwater photography is there. Another eco issue here, this time of animals in captivity, has a treatment which has dated much more than the first movie and features an uncredited cameo debut of Clint Eastwood! Passable.
(es) wrote: (****): Thumbs Up A dark, unforgettable film. Great performances and solid direction.