My Dear Secretary

My Dear Secretary

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:94 minutes
  • Release:1948
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:jealousy,   maid,   landlady,  

Owen Waterbury, bestselling novelist, recruits aspiring writer Stephanie 'Steve' Gaylord as his latest of many secretaries. The stars in her eyes fade when she finds she is to work in his ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


My Dear Secretary torrent reviews

Gary A (jp) wrote: The fragility of youth and age set amidst a glorious landscape. William Holden is at his very best. Rick Schroder adds a remarkable performance for one so young.

Kate L (fr) wrote: so heart warming- John Cusack is still one of my favorite people ever- always choosing the loving eclectic- this kid is adorable- makes a hard argument for adoption because really how can you argue against loving a child that is already in this world?

Juan Diego L (nl) wrote: Es muy chistosa y entretenida, la qumica entre Robert Downey Jr. y Val Kilmer es muy buena, la historia es divertida y no me sent aburrido en ningn momento.

Garrett W (gb) wrote: I don't get why the user reviews are slightly negative. I really liked this movie. It's definitely not my favorite of the DCAU Batman films, but it's still good. It's better than the shitty animated "New 52" Batman movies!

Reginald R (de) wrote: Let's see...[b]Tully[/b] was quiet and simple, almost too much so. The dialogue or the character's weren't particularily interesting, almost tv-dramaish, but somehow the film managed to pick up momentum for a climax that was played out wonderfully. Very enjoyable. [b]Girl with a Pearl Earring[/b], A film about a girl in a Vermeer painting. Kind of what you'd expect something like this to be: slow, depressed, turned inward, has the usual visual glamour. Nobody says much, and the only person you get even remotely close to is the main character played by Scarlett Johansson. End scene is powerful and very nice. Altogether not a bad film. [b]Shaun of the Dead[/b] is not funny ha-ha but manages to amuse at a general level. Very amateuristic in the way that it could just as well have been an extended episode of Spaced rather than a movie. At a few points there is even enough thrillingness for a real zombie film, but generally the zombies here are pretty useless. The deadest person in the film is the main character's mother who in many scenes, with absolutely horrible acting, spoils any mood or credibility they've been able to establish. But still, perfectly watchable entertainment. ------------------------------------------------------------------Comment, please. Especially if you've seen these and disagree.

Jeff S (jp) wrote: John Boorman was one of my favorite directors. And this is my favorite film of his along with Excalibur. I think it really captures the Brits-eye view of WWII.

Aman A (gb) wrote: Ohh this is soooo funny. I saw this movie after years and cracked up completely. I was on the floor. I love the two characters, the dialogues, and the ingenuity of the situation. A must must watch if you haven't watched it before!

Richard S (de) wrote: Called Freelancers in the US but Crossfire in the UK, this is a straight to dvd release that only caught my interest because of Robert De Niro. There are no good guys in this film which always makes it hard to root for any of the characters which gives the film no purpose really. De Niro and Forest Whitaker keep the film barely afloat. For a film whose central character has no morals, it was a difficult task accepting him as the good guy by the end.

Patrick L (it) wrote: "Refueled? "The Transporter franchise ran out of gas when a underwear model came along and replaced Jason Statham. This movie stinks"Movie Review: The Transporter RefueledDate Viewed: September 9 2015Directed By Camille Delamarre (Brick Mansions)Screenplay By Luc Besson, Adam Cooper and Bill Collage, Based on characters created by Luc Besson and Robert Mark KamenStarring: Ed Skrein, Ray Stevenson, Loan Chabanol, Gabriella Wright, Wenxia Yu, Tatjana Pajkovic, Radivoje Bukvic, Noemie Lenoir, Lenn Kudrjawizki and Anatole Taubman.WOW! Fantastic job writer and producer Luc Besson, you destroyed one of your own franchises with the fourth "Transporter" installment. Not only did he not bring Jason Statham back, Besson and the filmmakers didn't even try to come up with new ideas for the franchise. Sure, the first two movies were not "Citizen Kane" but they were fun rides. The third movie was a complete mess but this new "Transporter" movie is actually even worse. Statham was wise to avoid this movie, he chose to star in two blockbuster movies, "Furious 7" and "Spy". Even though, he was in supporting roles, Statham was perfect in these roles. Francois Berleand is also not back as Statham's inspector boss even he had the good sense to stay away from this rotten apple as well. The original "Transporter" came out at a time where the 80's action movie trend was starting to fade away. Frank Martin is a former special ops mercenary who only works for himself, he transports packages to specific people and he doesn't answer questions about what the package is.Replacing Statham is an English actor named Ed Skrein, who had a bit role in a few episodes of "Game of Thrones". Well Skrein, good luck finding a movie career because you're no Jason Statham. Skrein doesn't have Statham's tough guy persona nor does he have an attractable screen presence.The most fascinating thing about "The Transporter Refueled" is that every woman in this movie is either a hooker, a slut and a prostitute. Even though they're strong women who want revenge against the Russian kingpin who abused them many years ago, they're still prostitutes and sluts in general not real characters. I haven't seen so much misogamy in a movie since "That's My Boy". This movie is the complete opposite of "Mad Max: Fury Road". It might've been one long chase movie but "Mad Max: Fury Road" had strong female characters who weren't portrayed as objects. Okay, it had five beautiful brides but at least they were standing up for something. The women in "Transporter Refueled" are portrayed as just sexy objects for the men and nothing else. The movie begins in 1995 where the villain of this story, a sinister trafficker named Arkady Karasov (Radivoje Bukvic). After killing two pimps, Arkady says: "I'm in charge of all the sex and drug trafficking in France!". Really? You kill two pimps and just like that you're the trafficking kingpin in all France? Didn't these pimps have a boss at all? Anyways, we shift to 2010 where a prostitute named Anna (Loan Chabanol) is seeking revenge on Arkady for many years of abuse. She and her hooker accomplices, Gina (Gabriella Wright), Maria (Tatjana Pajkovic) and Qiao (Wenxia Yu) are going to steal Arkady's big stack of money by orchestrating a bank robbery and kidnapping the father (Ray Stevenson) of former special ops mercenary Frank Martin (Skrein) who is visiting him for some father-son bonding. Anna wants Frank to help them stop Arkady and rob him of his massive wealth. As you would expect, "Transporter Refueled" has a lot of action, we get boring car chases and shootouts.The second most fascinating thing about this movie is when one of the hooker accomplices gets shot, Maria got shot pretty hard in the stomach so you might think she's a goner but no. Frank and the others save her by using cobwebs and sugar to cover the wound. When Maria recovers from her gunshot wound, she gets into a three-way with Frank's father. Holy Hell! This movie is super misogynistic. When the women get their big stack of money, you may think Frank and his father are off the hook right? Nope. Frank Martin, Sr gets taken again but this time by the bad guys. For a guy who's really good at delivering packages, Frank Martin sucks at protecting his father and get this, Frank Sr. used to be a spy. Where is Liam Neeson when you need him? When Frank's father got kidnapped again, I shouted: "ARE YOU [email protected] KIDDING ME!?!". Nobody at my screening complained about the shouting because there was nobody else with me in the theater. That's right, I had to sit through this piece of garbage all my myself.The acting is really awful and the movie is also a commercial for the Audi S8. We get shots of the car crushing gates and fire hydrants and yet somehow, the Audi S8 escapes without getting a single scratch.A few action sequences are well-done by director Camille Delamarre (Brick Mansions) but we've seen so much of this action before. In fact, the opening action sequence in "The Transporter Refueled" is an exact reactment of the opening action sequence from "Transporter 2". Four or five thugs try to steal Frank's car and all of them get beaten by Frank.Another strange thing about "Transporter Refueled" is that Frank Sr. calls his son junior. Luc Besson, that's not original. Sean Connery called Indiana Jones junior in "The Last Crusade". Ed Skrein and Ray Stevenson now have the unique distinction of having the worst father-and-son chemistry since Will Smith was stuck on a remote planet with his whiny son, Jaden in "After Earth". "Refueled" is a poor attempt to reboot a popular action movie franchise. Ed Skrein is a Pierce Brosnan knock-off who should just go back to underwear modeling. "The Transporter" franchise has officially run out of fuel.

Paco Z (us) wrote: Had a good laugh though...