The "Ladies Who Do" are office cleaners. One of them discovers some hot stock tips and they make a fortune. They then make good use of it to save their old neighbourhoods from the wicked developer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ladies Who Do
The "Ladies Who Do" are office cleaners. One of them discovers some hot stock tips and they make a fortune. They then make good use of it to save their old neighbourhoods from the wicked developer.
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Martin G (br) wrote: Le "background" du film est le ct le plus intressant (dcors etc...) Histoire potentiellement intressante mais qui fini par nous ennuyer rapidement , Kellan Lutz offre une performance relativement correct
Joseph G (kr) wrote: loved this movie, way better than the original, almost comical. but sheesh that ending sucked.
Fallon B (us) wrote: Despite the sometimes middling road it takes to invoke emotion, Trade of Innocents is made to inform, not to entertain, and should thus be critiqued with this in mind. It has many flaws, but many more subtle truths, poignant symbols, and heartbreaking realities. It's one of those that takes a little while to sink in before you may find yourself shedding tears over the world's injustice.
Kathleen W (au) wrote: It's worth is for that fight scene. The fight scene that never happened in the book and that you never saw coming. They just put it in this fucking film and it made it worthwhile.
Janani S (ru) wrote: a very disturbing movie. extremely pessimistic. makes one feel as if there is nothing good left in the world.
Cristina T (gb) wrote: devastante ma inevitabile
Amanda H (mx) wrote: I absolutely loved this movie. I thought the idea was great and the entire movie was really entertaining. A great movie to watch on a hot, summer afternoon.
PY C (br) wrote: Only 1 scene is funny but the rest is just a bore.
Dylan D (kr) wrote: Can you ever get enough of the Muppets? Don't answer that. Let's just go with my answer to that one: no, you can't. Give me a stack of Muppet movies -- the good, the bad and the ugly -- and I'll give you my thanks. The Great Muppet Caper and Muppet Treasure Island aren't the greatest Muppet outings, I'll admit, but they have their charms, be it heist-y or pirate-y.
Mark T (nl) wrote: About as fun as pissing on an electricity pylon.
Walter M (ru) wrote: "Last Exit to Brooklyn" starts out with a group of soldiers impugning the honor of Tralala(Jennifer Jason Leigh), followed by the predictable beatdown by some of her friends. To be fair, not only is she a prostitute, but one who also helps to fleece some of her customers. To be honest, times are tough all over in 1952 Brooklyn with the strike going on which probably does not make it the best time for Big Joe(Burt Young) to learn his daughter Donna(Ricki Lake) is pregnant with Tommy's(John Costelloe) baby. Maybe they were just looking for love which is why Georgette(Alexis Arquette) is looking for Vincent(Peter Dobson). As watchable as it is, "Last Exit to Brooklyn" is also very much an odd duck, taking Hubert Selby's novel of down and out Brooklyn life in the 1950's and showing it through a European prism. So, even with an American cast that includes Jerry Orbach and a couple of stunning set pieces, it still feels a little off. On the one hand, the movie desperately wants to be provocative in its use of sex and violence. While it might also seem it is about loss of innocence, it is only in perception, like Big Joe not being aware that his daughter is not a virgin, much less very pregnant. Or maybe this is how it really was, except no police have ever responded to a call that quickly.
Michael S (ag) wrote: Which one was this again?? Ah yes the sixth instalment of this gritty fly-on-the-wall documentary following Mahoney and chums (without Mahoney). Daniel O'Donnell once again takes over his role as the not-so-lovable-rogue cop. Even cheesier than the previous 15 films but still has its funny moments. Worth watching if you have say a year or so off work . . .
reniesha c (ru) wrote: please let me see it
Steve O (kr) wrote: great movie. stockwell & welles (the later as the pairs defence attorney) both give great performances.
Elaine V (br) wrote: Well done & very delicately handled way the pressures put on our youth of today, especially those with so called " gifted abilities. "
(mx) wrote: I haven't seen it yet but it sounds kinda good.
Aaron O (fr) wrote: The Whistleblower full of crime drama cliches, starts quite slowly, and focuses too much on the lead character rather then the subject. Thankfully, the director has her heart in the right place, and overall the film effectively informs you about human trafficking, and Rachel Weisz gives quite a performance in the lead role.