Life story of the musical star from her discovery in 1890 by band leader Tony Pastor till her retirement in 1912 when she married newspaperman Alexander Moore. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Alice Faye plays the title role in this 1940 film biography of the early-20th-century stage star.
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Guye J (kr) wrote: This 2009 movie was pretty good. However, I do not think this movie should of been any thriller movie. I understand what the director Daniel Bennayor was trying to go with this movie but the movie should of been call something else then paintball. You only saw paintball action in the beginning of this movie. This movie would've been better if the director just keep it a paintball action movie.
Steven A (ca) wrote: Genuinely moving film. Even if you don't like football watching the boys unravel then struggle to get themselves together is really touching.
Kyle S (ca) wrote: Should be getting around to soon.
Ian V (it) wrote: Really felt this film, one of the best thats uses aliens as monsters. The character relationships are my only complaint, they spent to much screen time developing them only part way, and it ends up being a bland stretch of viewing. The aliens themselves were great, considering there was no CG. Overall a neat little horror flick, i've watched it twice in as many months, and enjoyed it both times.
Sarah H (br) wrote: I only watched cuz of Aishwarya Rai. But it's actually pretty good. I love that they brought back the main characters from the first movie. There is a lot of humor in this one. Sweetie is pregnant and hilarious! Ali is still hopeless. I was getting disappointed they didn't bring back the glasses gag from the first movie, but they kinda did in one scene towards the end.
Bipad B (mx) wrote: Brilliant acting. Mr. Sheridan superbly guided the movie into a tear-jerking, bright and positive drama.
Jon S (us) wrote: I give it credit because we get to see what Thorn Valley is like, but that's not enough to save this unnecessary continuation to an impressive piece of animation.
bill s (fr) wrote: Well conceived and finely executed B style 50's like horror movie...you'd think New Yorkers would be used to roaches though.
Thomas B (br) wrote: A watchable western. (Barely)
Brandon S (us) wrote: Barbet Schroeder's antidrug film from 1968 has aged pretty poorly, but does however have a soundtrack by Pink Floyd. The film follows a couple in which the girl is not new to the world of drugs which she quickly introduces her new beaux. With no time at all the couple becomes junkies with an obvious climax. The stupidity of the two leads will drive the viewer crazy due to the fact that you can forecast the ending an hour early. Still More is a time capsule of a place that is more or less nonexistent today.
John M (ca) wrote: Interesting Buuel piece about a woman seeking liberation by being a "woman of the day" since she is only available while her husband's at work.What follows is a series of events that takes her down a new road she might not be ready for. Deneuve is excellent in her role. Buuel offers some classic imagery that he has been famous for.But, in the end, you wonder if there is much point beyond Deneuve's journey. And, the ending is left to interpretation. That isn't bad, and is actually the highlight of the film, since it is where the film is set free.
David E (au) wrote: "Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!" is quite a rush; the title alone gives the impression that you are in for a wild ride & it sticks to its promise! The acting switches from mild to intense (especially from the late Tura Satana), the story is very intriguing, & the use of cars & rather violent fighting sequences fascinates me - & it all involves three kinky, vain, headstrong women! Pretty much Russ Meyer's best film; his unique directing places "Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!" as one of the best (exploitation) films of the 1960s!
RA L (es) wrote: Muy muy entretenida y llena de dilogos brillantes. La direccin de Gregory La Cava tiene el mrito de no ser intrusa, aunque las situaciones dramticas estn demasiado apresuradas para ser totalmente efectivas. / Very very entertaining and full of brilliant dialogue. The direction by Gregory La Cava has the merit of being unobtrusive, although the dramatic situations feel too rushed to be totally effective.
Mario M (kr) wrote: I'm just happy that I watched this movie :)
Robert I (es) wrote: My personal favorite of the 'Apes' films because it's the Star Trek IV of the films. The ending still breaks my heart.
Ralphie N (de) wrote: This is a movie that does not hold up....it's painful to watch now.