The story concerns the difficulties and reactions of Maddalena (Sophia Loren), an Italian visitor to New York City. She has come to the country carrying a huge mortadella sausage which she intends as a gift for her fiancé. But Customs do not allow processed meat to enter the U.S., so she is held at JFK airport...
- Stars:Sophia Loren, William Devane, Gigi Proietti, Beeson Carroll, David Doyle, Danny DeVito, Susan Sarandon, Robert Glaudini, William J. Daprato,
- Country:Italy, France
- Director:Mario Monicelli,
- Writer:Renato W. Spera (story), Leonard Melfi, Suso Cecchi D'Amico, Don Carlos Dunaway
Maddalena and Michele fall in love in Italy in the 1960s, while working at a meat factory in Emilia stormed by the workers' protest, but their love can't be, because he is married and Italy... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Lady Liberty torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: A toliko je sladak da cu mu IPAK dat 4.
(nl) wrote: Never EVER watch movies with long titles. They suck.
(au) wrote: fuck man, animalistic nature of humans or what? very good.
(us) wrote: is sort of funny at times the first time around
(es) wrote: A truly horrid film.
(gb) wrote: Mainland cinema has much to offer...
(mx) wrote: Not that funny ...the 2 transformt man into woman don't even look like the origanal chicks ...simple ! SOMDVD
(ru) wrote: Clint Eastwood is one of the most prolific directors of our age and arguably the best; while he's known for his lightning fast work pace, his movies generally reflect a more leisurely stroll. Not only does Clint bring his mastery to play in guiding this movie but his reputation attracts an all-star cast that puts multiple Oscar winners & nominees in the first six roles. The result is a long, slow movie that somehow is still constantly moving in a way that draws you in to the lives of Bostonians wrestling with generations of crime and dysfunction--riveting, compelling, haunting. 6/20/9
(it) wrote: I watched this two years ago, and cannot recall one single scene, plot point, or character..
(fr) wrote: It's more of an erotic gore movie than anything else, watched it a while back and I need to give it another go. 6/10
(de) wrote: Wasn't this a tv movie? It had some moments, but, come on - it's Charlie Sheen and Emilio Estevez!
(ca) wrote: Spoof of Bond films as a groovy hipster shags with the ladies while fighting Dr. Evil.
(gb) wrote: The real tragedy of Stargate is that for the first forty minutes it is a decent and fun film. Don't get me wrong, it's full of plot holes, cliches and contrivances, but there's still a great feeling of fun and discovery. The film begins with a down-on-his-luck egyptologist played by James Spader, who is the typical awkward, bumbling yet brilliant nerd that you've seen in many other movies. Fortunately James Spader plays him very well. He is taken to a top secret military base because he's apparently the only scientist in the world who can decipher the hieroglyphics on the Stargate, a round metal object that can transport people across the universe. He is and a group of soldiers led by Kurt Russell decide to travel through the Stargate to see what's on the other side. So far so good. Up until this point I had been watching the screen in anticipation because I wanted to know what was on the other side of the Stargate, despite the many flaws the film had already exhibited. It is shortly after entering the Stargate that the film seems to run completely out of ideas, and quickly becomes a very standard action-adventure. The second half of Stargate brings nothing imaginative to the screen, and piles on stereotypes and stupidity. It happens so gradually it's actually like watching a film devolve. And to top it all off it makes absolutely no sense, with every new development just raising more questions and creating several plot holes. By the end of the film I had become numb to the stunning predictability of it all. Stargate is a film that maddeningly takes it's interesting concept and removes every bit of ingenuity from it.
(br) wrote: Looks like it could be a good movie, will keep my eyes peeled.
(gb) wrote: Another one of those "smart" comedies of the 80's, 'Trading Places' presents a fine and original story overloaded with gags and brilliant humour, that almost has a seriousness to it due to the observation of snobbishness and prejudice on Wall Street. Eddie Murphy is once again fantastic, and as much as I admire Dan Aykroyd as an actor and comedian, I personally couldn't stand his "poncey" persona portrayed in this film which was at times rather annoying. This aside the two have perfect chemistry and the film almost acts as a caper at times. Whilst I don't think it stands up to the likes of 'Beverly Hills Cop', it is still a very well-made comedy from Landis.
(au) wrote: Le film qui me stressait quand j'tais petite... faudrait que je le revoie, tiens.
(fr) wrote: Well...this is actually a pretty nice movie! It's a great end to the 'Shrek' franchise, which was both fantastically written by Josh Klausner & Darren Lemke and woefully directed by Mike Mitchell. The animations were good, the songs were awesome, and the performances were excellent!This is truly a tale of Love and Friendship that shall never be forgotten. In other words, it was Shreketastic!
(us) wrote: This movie is awful, the acting is worse than ANY porn movie I have seen, worse than any wrestling match I have been privy to watch, worse than any other analogy I could think of...but it's because of that, I was able to laugh my butt off on just how truly awful this movie is.
(ag) wrote: The Dark Knight is the absolute peak of not only Nolans trilogy but of all the Batman franchise. In fact , its the best superhero movie there has been and one of, if not my all time favourite movie. Heath Ledgers take on iconic villain The Joker is simply breathtaking and its a crying shame he could not take the plaudits. Bale, Caine, Freeman and Oldman all excel once more, although unfortunately I feel Maggie Gyllenhaal did not match Katie Holmes' performance. That is the only negative I have in what is a near perfect movie. Goyers writing is enthralling and Nolans shooting is breathtaking. Nolans ability to continually build the tempo from various moments using the stories pacing, faster shooting and Hans Zimmers composing sent chills to my spine. The movie once again sent you through a series of emotions and deserves every bit of credit is received.
(kr) wrote: Minnelli is amazing. This movie both demonstrates and foreshadows the vacuous morality and relativism in pre-WWII nazi germany in its honest tale of doomed love.