Modern Girls

Modern Girls

Margo, Kelly, and CeCe have three things in common: they're roomates, they're gorgeous, and they're hooked on the glamour and excitement of L.A.'s rock and roll night life. When they get mixed up with a rock star, an arrogant ex-boyfriend, a pseudo-sadist, and the nicest nerd in The City Of Angels, it's a full night to say the least!

Geeky Clifford has a date with pretty Kelly. But when he comes to pick her up, she has gone to see her ex-boyfriend, the DJ at a nightclub, using her roommate Margo's car. Margo and their ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Modern Girls torrent reviews

Josh H (jp) wrote: Only for those who know they'll love it from the cast to be honest. If that alone doesn't interest you, then the poor editing, terrible plot and and poor effects probably won't find you hugely enamoured with it.However, if the cast has sold you, or if you just love a good cheap monster movie, this is the one for you. I for one loved it.

Dimi R (it) wrote: 6.5-7. Not a bad rental. Older movie but filmed kind of surreal. Love Pacino and Dinero together.

Kollin C (gb) wrote: The Awful Monster At The End Is My Only Complaint About The Film Up Until Then It Is Decently Scary And Mysterious.

Tracey c (ru) wrote: Principal Latimer: He's getting special attention all right Mrs. Murray. His presence is causing a problem with the students. Frankly, Tommy scares the piss out of them. And they act out. They push him. They call him names. They tease him. Constantly. Sonia: Why don't you just tell them to stop teasing him, to stop pushing him, to stop calling him all kinds of names. Have you ever thought of just telling them to stop it? Principal Latimer: [long pause] No. No I haven't. Um, I'm - I'll try that. I'll just speak to the kids. I'll just - I'll just tell them directly. That's a good suggestion. I'm going to try that.

DC F (kr) wrote: Starts slow, but has more realistic acting than most of today's blockbusters. Shatner is impressive as expected and the plot plus victims is a good show.

Steve W (de) wrote: From the writer of A Streetcar Named Desire comes another Tennessee Williams's masterpiece. Baby Doll is a great movie, full of sumptuous dialogue and racy undertones, all done with superb dialogue. The acting is top notch, from Malden and Baker, but especially Eli Wallach as Vacarro. With an ambiguous ending and plenty of hot steamy subtlety, Baby Doll is an underrated film with top notch talent all around.

Vincent A (fr) wrote: I don't see how it was that bad as people were making it out to be. I think if you come in with the expectation that it is just a popcorn action flick - something to do to kill some time on the weekend - it's fine. No better or worse than other weekend action flick. I like the production value. Lots of stuff to look at. I get though if you want something emotionally heavy like moonlight then I guess it isn't for you. Fun escape for about 2 hours.

Constantin P (br) wrote: one of the scariest movies you will ever see!