Louisa May Alcott's autobiographical account of her life with her three sisters in Concord Mass in the 1860s. With their father fighting in the civil war, the sisters: Jo, Meg, Amy and Beth are at home with their mother - a very outspoken women for her time. The story is of how the sisters grow up, find love and find their place in the world.
- Stars:June Allyson, Peter Lawford, Margaret O'Brien, Elizabeth Taylor, Janet Leigh, Rossano Brazzi, Mary Astor, Lucile Watson, C. Aubrey Smith, Elizabeth Patterson, Leon Ames, Harry Davenport, Richard Wyler, Connie Gilchrist, Ellen Corby,
- Director:Mervyn LeRoy,
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Little Women torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: This is your typical Zach Galifianakis style comedy, but I actually liked the plot. It's a good mixture of action and comedy, so if you like Action Comedies you'll enjoy this one. The quality of humor will keep you engaged.
(ru) wrote: This movie has collected and allstar team of B-movie actors. Jeffrey Combs, David Warner, and LAnce Henriksen have all instilled life in some terrible movies, but none of them can rescue a single second of this crappy paint by numbers 90s cop movie. Not a single action by any character is logical, and the "fight" scenes are extremely horribly staged. I was hoping for cheesy 90s action, but this was just bad.
(jp) wrote: Maybe I don't have much expectation, it's actually very funny. And the kid is just adorable...
(us) wrote: A film that keeps you wondering until the end as to whether or not the lead has special powers or is creating them in his mind. Obviously low budgeting and the acting slips every now and again but not bad.
(es) wrote: Really, really good. It really makes you appreciate your life.
(us) wrote: Where did Aronofsky get all this madness from?! No one ever knows when or where they're going to hit rock-bottom. No one knows whether they're going to get to a breaking point or not. This movie left me with dreading these moments; i don't want to be in these people's shoes EVER! especially Sara Goldfarb, though i don't seem too far away from where she started her down-the-hill journey.. I pray i never reach the same destination she ended up at.
(mx) wrote: I love Robin Williams.
(ca) wrote: A very solid anthology, all of them intriguing for different reasons. But as a whole, they don't work that well together. I don't know if it would be any different if their order had been reshuffled.
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(jp) wrote: Depressing in a unique way; virtually without redeeming features, and guilty of almost every sin a film could be capable of. As a comedy, it's disastrously unfunny, with bawdy jokes and puns delivered badly by an embarrassed cast. As a musical, it features songs which are either bad, badly sung, or unmemorable, and most are done with a Disco flavor; that blandest of musical styles only adds to the pain, not helped by the fact that Ringo Starr AND Keith Moon both appear, but make no musical contributions (although Moon's small role is one of the few high points). As a SEX comedy, the age of its star (West was 85, and 53 years older than Timothy Dalton, who plays her new husband), along with her poor appearance (she is always shot in soft focus, which helps little), pose an obstacle the film cannot remotely overcome. Mae West's performance ranges from dreary (she doesn't give her lines much flair) to the indifferent, as she often seems bored by what she is doing. Given that the film is a vanity project for her (the public response to her sixth marriage is absurdly enthusiastic), the end result is particularly dire. Timothy Dalton has a few mildly amusing scenes wherein his upper-class-twit upbringing is misinterpreted as homosexual activity; Dom DeLuise, sad to say, is neither funny, nor can he sing, as his rendition of "Honey Pie" proves. Ringo Starr and Tony Curtis make no impression at all, which is perhaps what they intended; however, Keith Moon has a funny small role as a flamboyant fashion designer, and he briefly gives the picture some life. Not so for George Hamilton, who plays an absurdly stereotypical gangster, who is awkwardly crammed into the non-plot; he is too embarrassing to be funny. Ken Hughes' direction is anonymous, which is more than can be said for the script, which is chock-full of dialogue which is both embarrassing (West's final line: "The British are coming!") and nonsensical. What I have not yet mentioned is the wretchedly drab style of the film; it is as drearily glossy as the worst 70s soap opera, and it could not have looked good on the big screen. The musical numbers are flatly staged, and the supposedly opulent hotel where the film takes place looks mostly like a set; it is, to put it briefly, bad all around. As a piece of so-bad-it's-good camp, it has its virtues, but all others stay away.
(us) wrote: Very melodramatic, but any film with both Susan Hayward and Bette Davis is a must to be viewed, and they are both a joy to watch. Good story, loosely based on the real life incident involving Lana Turner and her daughter.
(fr) wrote: Can you tell I Loveeeeee Elvis!!!!
(us) wrote: a 50-year old joan and a man 20 years her junior - superb.
(kr) wrote: esta pelicula no sirve es pura basura nada de chiste ni nada que ver es un desperdicio de dinero bueno es un dolar perdido
(au) wrote: I can see why this didn't catch on with audiences - the crime procedural elements can be very dry. It's worth hanging in there, though, and while the ending could have easily gotten out of hand, Preminger and some very strong performances really sell it.
(es) wrote: Melissa is hilarious again!
(ca) wrote: This movie was always known to me as the film that beat out 'Saving Private Ryan' for best picture. Not being an extremely big fan of english literature, a film about Shakespeare didn't peak my interest too much. But, I was pleasantly surprised. Gwyneth Paltrow and Joseph Fiennes truly have great romantic chemistry together and all the supporting cast do a good job as well. This is movie for lovers of acting, production design, and anything to do with shakespeare or English History around that time. But honestly, not much else I can think of to say. I enjoyed myself while watching it. It's no Saving Private Ryan that's for sure, but a good movie.
(kr) wrote: This western showcases the hardships of pioneer life. John Wayne portrays Thomas Dunson, a man who wants the biggest ranch. Spending a solid 14 years gathering as many cattle as he can, he discovers they are worth nothing unless he can drive them to somewhere that wants them. Along the way, his dogged determination begins to chip away at the crew in their impossible task, and his adopted son Matthew turns on him. This leads to a spiraling confrontation between father and son, for a primal and sweeping western about human relationships and how they can break and mend. Howard Hawk's sprawling western epic still stands tall to this day.
(fr) wrote: A wonderful piece of Australian cinema for fans of period pieces, this is beautiful writing and solid performances presenting a very respectable kind of romance, and shedding light on underprivileged individuals anywhere.