Mrs. Washington Goes to Smith

Mrs. Washington Goes to Smith

After her husband leaves her for a younger woman, Alice Washington a middle aged mother of two decides to complete her college education at Smith College. She and her 20 year old room mate Zoe Burns share their experiences, conflicts and interest in their poetry professor.

The film centers on a middle-aged woman (Cybill Shepherd) who returns to college to finish her degree after her husband leaves her for a younger woman and winds up with a rebellious young student (Corri English) as her roommate. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mrs. Washington Goes to Smith torrent reviews

Dean M (kr) wrote: This sequel straight-to-DVD is still enjoyable and lots of hilarious! I really liked it since the original and the characters are funny. Plenty of nudity, sexy babes in the scene that I was looking forward because it reminded me since Tom Hanks' 1984's original movie.

Chris M (mx) wrote: Ultimately this is all very depressing. A very naturalistic and authentic-feeling depiction of a brutal practice, that shatters and alienates families. But its deadpan style and muted lighting doesn't always help propel the story along. That said, some of the flashbacks early in the film paint a usefully rounded portrait of the central victim. The 'confession' extracted is self-evidently worthless, and there are hints at its effect, to create the very sort of terrorist that the rendition policy allegedly seeks to eradicate. The film could have gone on from there, but I'm glad it didn't. Partly because the style would have turned me off, but mostly because it had already effectively presented its case.

Douglas B (jp) wrote: wasn't too bad but it really could have been better. the only thing i really like in this movie was the sword but what can ya expect for a sword collector

Michael T (ru) wrote: Awsome Documentary on the best sport in the world!

Donnie B (nl) wrote: She's juicy, fun and confusing. It's a win in my book.

Jason V (ca) wrote: Cinderella II isn't terrible. It's just...plain. A few stories strung together with a very loose connection makes it feel like three TV episodes more than a true story. Gone is the warmth, the epic quality of the original and in its place are slapstick and warmed over Disney cliche.

Greg D (gb) wrote: It is pretty much the same movie as Pearl Harbor and it tries to cram in too many emotional urges into one film.

Russ B (nl) wrote: 7/25/2014: Meh. An ok movie. Nothing all that great or memorable though.

Zbigniew Z (it) wrote: Very well made with an interesting story.

Shaun R (es) wrote: A wonderful example of one of the Ealing Comedies from the 40s. A great cast makes this story a classic.

Ian E (jp) wrote: "Miss You Already" occasionally drifts into conventional melodrama territory, but it still manages to be both funny and sentimental thanks to the chemistry between Drew Barrymore and Toni Collette.