Party Girl

Party Girl

Slick lawyer Thomas Farrell has made a career of defending mobsters in trials. It's not until he meets a lovely showgirl at a mob party that he realizes that there's more to life then winning trials. Farrell tries to quit the racket, but mob boss Rico Angelo threatens to hurt the showgirl if Farrell leaves him.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:99 minutes
  • Release:1958
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   cripple,   trial,  

Lawyer Thomas Farrell has made a career defending crooks in trials. He has never realized that there is a downside to his success, until he meets the dancer Vicki Gayle. She makes him ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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AD O (de) wrote: so sad because it's true. loved the plastic bit. i hate us.

oe h (jp) wrote: THE CROSS MOVIE A LIFE CHANGING EXPERIENCEYou will never, never, never forget this movie or this man. Be Amazed by a Compelling story of the power of love.Pressing on against all odds,to fulfill a destiny and witness the delivering hand of God intervene time and time again. "Only a fool says there is no God." Witness a man of pure love and unwaviering faith, that has stood the tests of his time, who has finished his course with joy.RUN, DON'T WALK, YOU WILL NEVER BE THE SAME AGAIN.!!!Don't listen to the soul dead critics of the national news media, theywouldn't recognize truth and virtue, under any circumstances.

(nl) wrote: one more gem frm Nagesh Kukunoor!! superb story n performances!!

LARRY C (br) wrote: 2.5 hours, bad, too long, ugly images. Some lovely women.

Banjo K (de) wrote: Annoying characters, confusing plot and storyline, bad effects, and much more but it does have some parts of good moments.

Heather M (nl) wrote: They finally went too far. This was a nightmare!

Danielle S (fr) wrote: At a party a group of bored London students decide to hold a seance around an ouija board. They conjure something up but then one of the group freaks out, breaking the connection. Immediately after members of the group start being killed by something that leaves burn marks on their body. Lucy believes that it is a djinn, a demonic being born of flame. It was summoned by the seance and has been allowed to roam free in the world because the connection was broken and will do so until its kills everyone who was present at the seance. She also believes that it is possessing one of the group. Meanwhile Liam makes the discovery that his father, locked away as a criminally insane murderer, conducted a similar seance that unleashed a djinn when he was a child. This modest English-made horror film became a small international hit. It is really a variant on the modern 1990s teen horror film that began with Scream (1996). Although it is actually a much more welcome take on the modern teen horror film than its American counterparts. It is refreshingly free of moralizing for one ? people take drugs but are not regarded as having giant targets painted on them as a result, the last survivor isn?t the chaste heroine. It takes place in ordinary rundown student flats and there is not single scene where anybody refers to how what is happening resembles another horror film.

Tanner B (es) wrote: Bad Lieutenant (1992) C-96m. ??? D: Abel Ferrara. Harvey Keitel, Victor Argo, Paul Calderon. Drab, bleak, but effectual look at immoral policeman's investigation of young nun's deflowering. How much you enjoy this film will depend on how much you sympathize with Kietel--and how much you stomach his wrong decisions; not entirely successful, but still interesting. Rated NC-17 for full-frontal Keitel.

Lucas A (jp) wrote: Bright, comical and agile, "Sleeper" is the most delicious and exciting work of Woody Allen, who geniamente directs, co-writes and acts in another great spectacular work of humor and satire in a desperate critique of modern Shot: technology and its effect on the passage of time. The movie also is in a futuristic vision of Woody Allen marked by a fantastic cast and a complex script. In one of his first films, even the directorial debut and the first experiments, Woody Allen brilliantly evolves into one of its reluctant works and one of his most preferred critical to human habits itself. Wonderfully hilarious!

Thomas O (kr) wrote: The end in the book, where Oliver cries on his father's shoulder, is far superior to the cold ending in the film, where they walk away from one another.

John B (mx) wrote: The performances from Hoffman and Turturro are great. But overall, the film itself is so-so.

Devon W (it) wrote: The stories get progressively less interesting, although Udo's performance took me a bit to realize, and as always he was fantastic.

Pete B (us) wrote: Brutal, but important.