Lights of New York

Lights of New York

Eddie is conned into fronting a speakeasy for a local gangster who intends to framed him for the murder of a cop.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:57 minutes
  • Release:1928
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   murder,   jealousy,  

Ayoung kid from Upstate New York named Eddie (Landis) is conned into fronting for a speakeasy on Broadway. Throughout the con there is an inevitable chorus-girl with a heart of gold (... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lights of New York torrent reviews

Marlon A (es) wrote: *Netflix review* I find movies about high school shootings to be quite disturbing because they are so real and happen all the time. The Dirties is a chilling look at what goes on in high school nowadays as far as bullying goes and its quite disturbing especially during the finale. Clever story but it was tough trying to figure out the tone of the film during the first hour. After the hour things turn from somewhat lighthearted to a bleak tone with a disturbing ending. Tough film to watch especially with all the school shootings nowadays.

Mark W (nl) wrote: This is confused. Panache, TV Movie, was directed by Gary Nelson, in English. Beauparlant must have directed a French film of the same name.

Britany B (br) wrote: this movie is hilarious. i suggest see it if you like bad movies.

Michael J (ca) wrote: Users got it right over the critics on this film. This is one of my new favorites!! I think characters and theme were well developed. I was moved by this film. More so than most films produced these days.

Cecily B (au) wrote: saw this movie in school it felt like a dark comedy in some ways. it also felt slow movie, i dont know i kinda have mixed feelings about this movie.

Denise A (gb) wrote: I love Corky Romano! A hilarious movie.

Gavin P (jp) wrote: A very comprehensive documentary, covering four years of William & Arthur's lives. As well as watching them follow their dreams, we also get to see what it's like for some people to live below the poverty line, and how professional even high school basketball is - it's an extremely tough path to get all the way to the NBA. Gives equal amounts of time to each person and to their on-court off-court lives. Long, but enjoyable.

Joe C (ru) wrote: For what it is this is a great movie. Goofy, creative, funny, and unique. Good fun for the entire family

Banjo K (gb) wrote: This movie is trash and why is that? The movie has cheesy acting and storyline and the shark parts are bland and terrible! Jaws The Revenge is the 14th worse movie I've ever seen.

Zach M (mx) wrote: An alright movie that really isn't anything that spectacular but still entertaining. Joe Spinell from the movie Maniac shows up as a dirty lawyer. Robert Forster plays a Death Wish style character who's wife and son are killed then he ends up in jail before taking his revenge on the gang involved with the help of Fred Williamson and his gang.

Eliabeth G (nl) wrote: I was utterly surprised at how much I liked this movie. A funny and touching performance by Shirley MacLaine.

Ethan M (br) wrote: Another winner from DC! I loved how the focus was mostly on the Suicide Squad with Batman as an almost supporting character. I loved Troy Baker as the Joker, and the dialogue is funny and great. The only problem I have is that during action scenes the audio goes from 10 to 100 and it causes me to have to adjust the volume down instead of focusing on the scene itself. But, that could just be that I have it on Blu-ray. Aside from that, the movie is outstanding. Another feather in the cap for Warner Brothers.

Dorian G (kr) wrote: Wow. Liberace was an interesting man. Michael Douglas, Matt Damon, Dan Ackroyd, and Rob Lowe are nearly unrecognizable as their characters, the performances are superb. Plenty of sex, and not the type you normally see in mainstream media, so beware if that's not your thing. But this is an excellently acted tale of excess and celebrity.Watched February 13, 2015 at home on DVD (lent to me by Robin Lipton from the NEB), Josh watched a bit of the second half with me.