Man of the World

Man of the World

A young American girl visits Paris accompanied by her fiancee and her wealthy uncle. There she meets and is romanced by a worldly novelist; what she doesn't know is that he is a blackmailer who is using her to get to her uncle.

A young American girl visits Paris accompanied by her fiancee and her wealthy uncle. There she meets and is romanced by a worldly novelist; what she doesn't know is that he is a blackmailer who is using her to get to her uncle. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Man of the World torrent reviews

Dany L (gb) wrote: A good movie to watch with tweens and teens. Female lead is weak, not sure what the lead sees in her but he played his part well. Parents of under achieving male teenagers can relate to main character.

Teanna s (ag) wrote: hahahahahahahahahaha

Frances H (jp) wrote: What the critics' consensus doesn't take into account is that we chicks like our chick flicks formulaic because it has to progress in a certain way to its happy ending to be just right. The two stars are great and so are Kevin McKidd and Sidney Pollack. Didn't know McKidd could sing so beautifully. Thoroughly enjoyed this chick flick....and I'm not ashamed of it!

Ojas V (es) wrote: WHY COULDN'T THIS MOVIE BE BETTER? An interesting premise with jokes that fall flat most of the time, and lead to some really corny moments. I MISS YOU BERNIE MAC!

Tsukasa A (it) wrote: The comedy is a sequel to 'Analyze This'(1999) in which Robert plays as a neurotic mafia boss and Billy as his psychiatrist. Robert fits the role very well. He is such a famous actor playing a mafia boss as he won Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in Godfather Part II and he is also good at comedies at the same time. Billy's performance is great too. He holds his ground against the Oscar winner. I have not watched previous work 'Analyze This'(1999) but I believe it's funnier than the sequel.

Robert H (jp) wrote: It's difficult to put stars to any Richard Linklater film, because there can be no fault found in the direction: it's totally naturalistic and believable, always. So any problems that can be found in SubUrbia can be found in the script; and there are problems. It's too long, too gritty, and a little too dramatic for its own good. Nevertheless, it's an important addition to Linklater's early repertoire: while his earliest films praised the directionless antics of their characters, ponderous and irresponsible both, SubUrbia instead condemns the loitering kids; at last, they point out how foolish it is to "throw it all away".

Sean S (ag) wrote: Viewing this film today, especially if it's the misguided American edit dubbed "Creepers", it would be easy to think Argento had sold his soul to Hollywood and produced a work of best-forgotten mid-1980s American horror schlock. But it's not so, and the American marketing campaign should be ignored. Jennifer Connelly and Donald Pleasence are both interesting cast choices for a film that somewhat sanitises Argento's creepy, often disturbing imagery and work. But it's still here, just in a modified form; Connelly playing Jennifer (!) Corvino who has a gift for telepathy with insects doesn't result in the kind of film you'd think it would, and in typical Argento fashion, there are twists right up until the end--as in those other 1980s works though, there aren't distracting cliches to be found here.

Josh M (fr) wrote: So much potential for Dark Night of the Scarecrow and it is never reached. I love the concept, but it is not executed the way it needs to be which leads to an underwhelming horror story.

Carlos M (us) wrote: As far as brain damage goes, Rocky V is a shameful idiocy that cannot even justify why it was made, given how the whole family drama seems completely forced, the excess of sappiness is painful to see and in the end it all comes down to unnecessary, pointless street-fighting.

Sol C (it) wrote: Famke Janssen shines in this film!!! One of her best performances. The film reminded me of the film Trucker. Nice ensemble. I definitely recommend this film, especially cause of Famke's performance.

Ben B (it) wrote: Wow. I mean, wow. That was quite possibly the worst 81 minutes of film I've ever subjected myself to. Where to start. OK, so going into this I knew it was going to be bad. I mean, a film called Ninja Cheerleaders with George Takei being the only person in it I've heard of isn't a great start, but I had hopes for it being the fun kind of terrible. Nope, it was the regular kind of terrible through and through.Just so you have an idea of what we're dealing with here, let me summarise the plot: April, Courtney and the other one (Monica I think) are cheerleaders who dream of going to Brown, because you see they're all smart, philosophical, big-thinking, independent women (the film labours this point with some hilarious debates and discussions in the first half of the film). But because Brown is expensive they're also strippers - or go go dancers - at a local strip joint. Oh, and they're also ninjas under their sensei Hiroshi, who also happens to be the guy who runs the strip joint. Following this so far? Good. Some Italian mob boss is back in town and wants the club, which used to be his, back, and so he kidnaps Hiroshi. There's some additional nonsense in here about finishing up finals, cheering on the basketball team and winning some all city strip competition all in the same night, but I stopped caring very quickly.The plot is retarded, the dialogue is terrible, the cinematography is dreadful, and the acting is so stiff it'd make the horrid love child of Hayden Christensen, Keanu Reeves and several planks of wood look dynamic and charismatic. About the only person who appears to be having any fun with it is George Takei, who looks crazed and like he was probably on something during filming (and I swear at one point he nipple twists the mob boss whilst fighting him, all whilst chuckling in some demonic way).There's just so much stuff in it that I burst out laughing at, mostly in disbelief that someone thought it was a good idea to put in a film, the majority of which is so horrifically cliche I'm not sure this isn't the work of some demented genius. I mean the Italian mobsters in this have to be seen to be believed, it's really something.Also in the hilarity stakes there's some transitional effects the 80s would have been embarrassed by; though these do feature some of the brief glimpses at tits you'll see. Actually, what's kind of impressive is that despite featuring a good number of quick titty flashes and two striptease scenes featuring our dynamic trio, I've never seen a more un-erotic film. Seriously, the striptease scenes lack any sort of titillation at all, which makes me think someone missed the point a little. Oh, and who's in attendances at one of these stripteases, why none other than a gang of sailors straight out of the 1950s who wait for the girls post show and get in a fight with them when they won't play ball.Other amusements include the fact that at many points the 'background music' is mixed so loudly you can't actually hear the lines being said, not that that was any great loss of course. Scattered throughout the film are some police station that look liked they were filmed on some low-rent mobile phone.Oh, and remember how I mentioned that the film goes to great lengths to prove that these are smart, intelligent women (they're off to Brown after all), well at a few points they need to get out of a situation with a cop, and so what do they do? Do they use their smarts to quickly out-think and out-fox the cop? No, they act like flirty ditzy bimbos. As you would.Possibly my favourite bit of silliness is a random female Asian assassin (a dark ninja don't you know) called Kenji who talks about herself in the third person: "Kenji wants you to know her name before Kenji kills you." Sure.Man, I was really hoping for something bad, but at least fun. But no, just plain bad. Very, very, very bad.