Neptune's Daughter

Neptune's Daughter

Scatterbrained Betty Barrett mistakes masseur Jack Spratt for Jose O'Rourke, the captain of the South American polo team. Spratt goes along with the charade, but the situation becomes more complicated when they fall in love. Meanwhile, Betty's sensible older sister Eve fears Betty's heart will be broken when Jose returns to South America. She arranges to meet with the real O'Rourke and love soon blossoms between them as well.

A swimsuit fashion designer is determined to protect her scatterbrained sister from a South American heart-breaker, but a case of mistaken identity complicates matters. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Neptune's Daughter torrent reviews

Steve H (ca) wrote: nice movie but not as good as Finding Nemo

Jorge A (nl) wrote: Una pelcula que no tiene que llegar al borde del Gore para ser un filme de horror y tampoco tiene que ser muy absurda para llegar a ser cmica, aunque le falta entretiene

Simon D (gb) wrote: It's a made for TV western which is a bit too nicey nicey. An 11 year old kid with the whitest teeth I've ever seen leaves town when his dad is killed by the town nasty man. He comes back to seek his revenge with the most ridiculous fake moustache years later.

familiar s (it) wrote: A fairly watchable movie that tells the tragic story (that's somewhat based on true events) of an aspiring Chinese student who resorts to a violent shootout after his dreams are blocked by school/campus politics.

Vikram T (jp) wrote: It's based on true story...but they did a terrible job of tellingthe story on the screen. read the articles...much better

Lex L (ru) wrote: I have the last remaining copy in my basement. I touch the celluloid when no-one is looking!

Nitro (kr) wrote: A cinematic masterpiece....until the ending.

Paul D (ru) wrote: Even though I really like Kristen Bell (as well as the general theme of the film) , the story was just too bland to keep me interested. I appreciate the notion of the director, but the film has a few flaws.

Ray D (kr) wrote: The studio's payment to Christopher Reeve for agreeing to make SUPERMAN IV for them, and a breakthrough role for Morgan Freeman, this offbeat little drama has aged well, partly because of its prescient theme of media manipulation, and partly because the ending (which I can understand some people hating and writing off as a too-convenient Hollywood ending) is actually incredibly cynical when you stop and think about it. Christopher Reeve plays a young, married, ambitious magazine reporter who, desperate to please his boss, invents an interview with a pimp for a story about life on the street. At the same time, his life intersects with Morgan Freeman's character, a pimp named Fast Black who's under investigation for a murder charge. The D.A suspects that Reeve's fictional pimp, 'tyrone' is the same person as Fast Black, and wants access to his notes and interview tapes as evidence, which of course don't exist, and things grow more complicated from there, as Reeve's character struggles to extricate himself from his lie and protect his career while getting pulled deeper into Fast Black's world. Reeve is effective in a very non-superheroic role, and Kathy Baker is good in a supporting role, but Freeman really does steal the show here, taking what could have been a stock heavy and making him electric-by turns charming and menacing, but always seemingly the smartest man in the room. His situation is just as desperate as Reeve's, and while the third act does seem a bit overly melodramatic at first, there are some interesting reflections on race, class and how much the truth matters that come out of the final scenes.