Pretty Woman

Pretty Woman

When millionaire wheeler-dealer Edward Lewis enters a business contract with Hollywood hooker Vivian Ward, he loses his heart in the bargain in this charming romantic comedy. After Edward hires Vivian as his date for a week and gives her a Cinderella makeover, she returns the favor by mellowing the hardnosed tycoon's outlook. Can the poor prostitute and the rich capitalist live happily ever after?

A Cinderella story between a rich and sophisticated businessman and a poor Los Angeles prostitute. The man in a legal but hurtful business needs an escort for some social events, and hires a beautiful prostitute he meets, only to fall in love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kenny S (br) wrote: You have combined stuff for two different movies. The reviews and links to Amazon and iTunes are for the film "Missed Connections" directed by Martin Snyder and then the cast, poster, and movie information are for the film "Love, Sex, and Missed Connections" (the film used to be called "Missed Connections"). I mean, you literally have two directors listed. Follow the links. Please correct this.

Corina H (nl) wrote: Surprisingly, really funny. I have this bias towards romantic comedies as them all being terrible, this film however, was genuinely laugh out loud funny. I could care less about the character development and the romance, but none the less it was a good comedy. Definitely enjoyable.

Benito M (it) wrote: just watched this movie again...viva Pedro...

AW C (au) wrote: While it's not a brilliant film, Burn After Reading is a wonderfully mean-spirited and dark comedy-of-errors.

Gimly M (nl) wrote: Sure I've seen worse but damn was I ever bored. Apart from not holding one iota of the viewer's attention, there are many aspects of this "family moves to a creepy backwoods town" that just outright don't make sense.

Vince F (es) wrote: I can simply sit back and ask: How!?!Does one make a sequel in this modern day and age with the technology and money to expand on a decent but dated horror flick from the eighties, into making something of a bad ass expansion or at least a decent companion piece. Not to sound arrogant, but it seems like a generally easy idea, especially for this concept. With 3 hrs or so of running time, that feels like 8, with a script apparently given to every (bad,inexpensive) writer in the hood,and with the most awful of CGI you couldn't possible believe existed(that is to say, you will if you actually have the brain cells to waste on this travesty), this sequel is a mystifying letdown.It would also help for the makers to even watch or glimpse over cliff notes of the far superior first one on the events that happened, and the characters who perished.This film has dead part 1 characters alive, and the entire revenge inflicted somehow never happened, making the whole poignant and sad ending of 1 feeling trivial and insultingly pointless. BOOOOH!We also have a score that sounds like it was rejected from a bad YTV sci fi after-school special, and like a million subplots with gaping plotholes, that frankly pissed me off. What the hell was the whole idea with genetically enhanced x men 10 year old rejects being Charlie's opponents? One would think this is a good a idea, but you (thankfully) haven't seen this movie.This sequel is a little unkindness done to it's victims. Stick with part 1 and waste ur 3 hours smoking, eating junkfood, shooting smack, domestioc abuse, child abuse, taunting fat people,shoveling cowpie, and rolling marbles on unsuspecting old people.All more compelling and far more productive things that will seem like mundane and painless events when compared to this crap.

Victor M (ru) wrote: I've seen many films about the holocaust, but "The Grey Zone" shows a different side of this tragedy. It deals with many ethical issues, not about the Nazis and their well known policy of massive exterminate , but about the hope of surviving and live one more day. These Jews that work for the Nazis helping to prepare their people for the gas chambers and then pushing their corpses for the crematorium just for obtain some privileges and four more months of live, but in the end they all will be dead, as the girl that is rescued after surviving the gas chamber, and the decision to save her jeopardizes the uprising, only to be shot in the final scene. Special mention for the dialogues, they sound like knives.

Debbi W (ag) wrote: I used to watch this movie over and over and over! Everyone should see it!

Bill B (au) wrote: An amusing parody of Linda Blair's first big break, here she's a suburban housewife who is possessed for a second time, only to have Leslie Nielsen turn up as the priest sent to exorcise her demons. Again.It's cute but nothing mind-blowing, give it a rental or catch it on cable on a lazy afternoon.

Andrea D (ag) wrote: Good! And fucked up. But did I mention good? Lose half a point for YET ANOTHER insane bisexual, but very pretty, amazingly hot for being relatively discreet, and wonderfully psychologically twisted. Yay, classic French film with hot girl on girl drama.

Ken S (kr) wrote: In the second Marx Brothers film, they bring their successful Broadway musical to the silver screen in a laugh a minute riot which features Groucho as Captain Spaulding, an African Explorer who visits a rich lady's home for the weekend and gets wrapped up in a stolen painting fiasco. Harpo plays the professor and Chico plays a musician who also is involved with the painting switcheroo and thievery. Zeppo portrays Spaulding's assistant and actually gets a good scene out of it, in which he takes down a letter from Groucho...he even plays Groucho in one scene with the lights out, and he's great at it. One of the better Marx films...kind of all over the place but that was part of the fun of it.

Keith C (br) wrote: I loved both May and The Woman so I figured I'd give it a shot, but there aren't a lot of particularly positive things I can say about this film. It consistently feels like it thinks it's funnier than it is, and the ending just feels like a total cheat.

Joo P (ca) wrote: Sergio Leone's masterpiece is instant classic, surrounded by great performances, excellent production and a masterful Morricone score, One Upon A Time In The West is a triumph. (4/5)

Gene R (ca) wrote: Great looking film but very forgettable.

Robert D (us) wrote: haha i havnt seen this since back in the day when it came out, back then i got a laugh from it cuz there dropping a damn elephant from a plain, but the movie wasnt horrible.