Libeled Lady

Libeled Lady

When an heiress sues a newspaper, the editor hires a reporter to compromise her.

A newspaper man, his jilted fiancée, and his lawyer hatch an elaborate scheme to turn a false news-story into the truth, before a high-society woman can sue for libel. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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James H (ag) wrote: Rather hokey stuff, but it has it's good moments. Amusing in a "B" movie sort of way. It is over acted and the story is pretty lame, but it wasn't as awful as the reviews I have read.

sandy b (ag) wrote: This is a good movie with a few funny parts. Your family will like it.

Russell H (br) wrote: The first one was better. This was a little on the long side. David Arquette sucks.

Macho S (ag) wrote: "That's okay, we're all going to die. Dying is not a sin. Not living is."A touching drama about a family dealing with their aging parents. Ted Danson is great as the stock-broker son to Jack Lemmon and absentee father to Ethan Hawke.

Carolina L (gb) wrote: Its sad great & good music

Paul Z (au) wrote: Uncharacteristically of me, I found the remake much more affecting. Fritz Lang's Human Desire is, to me, the stronger film in terms of character. La Bete Humaine gets its themes across in its own restless way, but the result is lightweight in effect, while Lang's 1954 version is unyielding in depicting the spiritual isolation of the characters. He punctuates the dramatic action with threatening shots of the many railroad tracks interlacing and breaking away. He needs not brandish any certainty of intention for them to act as metaphor for the characters' paths tying themselves in knots. Lang remained in the shadows as a more effective way of showcasing a distinctive style. Strait-jacketing its insight and intensity, Human Desire is the more resonating parable for the shadows of human rationale and the distortion of the heart, and of desperate characters who lead disappointed lives. Renoir cast Simone Simon as the adulterous wife at the center of Emile Zola's falling house of cards. He posits that the cute, innocent, kittenish women are the ones to watch out for because you are so enamored with their sweet and endearing nature that you would never suspect them of manipulating you. Well, that is very true. All of us, men and women alike, have encountered a female of this deceptive kind. She is a femme fatale in her own right. But Simon remains in the role of an exotic object, rather than meeting the male characters on their own level, the way Gloria Grahame does in Human Desire. Grahame was always seductive enough to make you crazy, but so audacious. There wasn't a demure bone in her ferociously sexy body, but that made her even more effectively cunning and guileful. She came at her male puppets headlong, and matched their presence as well as their wits.

Robert S (ca) wrote: "Irina: KGB have better cars, you know. - Arkady: Ah, but they don't always take you where you want to go, do they? "

Tim R (ru) wrote: One of the best holiday movies ever!