Prostitutes Protective Society
Madame Sue runs a successful Prostitute operation in the heart of NYC, and as it should happen, The Mob wants to get a piece of the action. Still, being the go ahead women they are, they decide to fight back and keep themselves independent of any outsider business influence.
Madame Sue runs a successful Prostitute operation in the heart of NYC, and as it should happen, The Mob wants to get a piece of the action. Still, being the go ahead women they are, they decide to fight back and keep themselves independent of any outsider business influence. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Prostitutes Protective Society torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: (First and only viewing - 8/14/2010)
(de) wrote: B.S. overload! Nanny McPhee + overacting + terribly predictable storyline.
(gb) wrote: I remain in awe of the films of Bela Tarr. He belongs to that very rarest class of filmmakers, often alluded to without any genuine qualification: The visionary; the true original. Nothing looks or feels like a Bela Tarr film. The very best immitations (Gus Van Sant's Elephant, most obviously) are, for their merits, terrestrial by comparison. I can't argue that The Man From London doesn't belong in the same class of film as Tarr's best, Werckmeister Harmoniak or Satantango, but that's no great shortfall, since I can't think of 20 films which do. It's perhaps too simple a story for his talent, lacking the vast, obscurely mystical qualities which pervaded those other films. It also seems to lack some of their brilliantly absurd humour. And there is what might be for some a distracting amount of dubbed dialogue from its international cast, few of whom seem to be speaking in their native languages (the ever-mesmeric Tilda Swinton appears as a French woman; the English characters are played by Hungarians). In any case, this is essentially a fairly old-skool film noir, featuring a murder and a briefcase full of money, played through at a typically languid, sometimes almost painfully slow pace, instilled with a level of existential angst which the genre never previously appropriated. Visually, it's as exquisite as anything Tarr's done. With its stark monochrome vistas, its long dancing shadows, its character's craggy faces and its grubby steamed up windows, the fact that Tarr chose to attempt a crime drama seems suddenly a completely logical culmination of his work so far. By no means the best place to start with Bela Tarr (that'd be Werckmeister Harmoniak), but a very good place to catch your breath, and hope to catch a glimpse of what comes next.
(kr) wrote: This crime drama takes place during the Rodney King case, setting the backdrop for Los Angeles on the verge of a massive riot in which violence will explode at any moment after the four police officers in question of King's beating are handed out their sentence. Meanwhile, two LAPD cops (Kurt Russell and Scott Speedman) are investigating a case in which there was a quadruple homicide that seems very strange to Russell. Speedman is the rookie cop with a good heart who is broken in by the hard shell of Kurt Russell, who gives an amazing performance, perhaps his best, as the corrupt cop who is beginning to see his wrongdoings. Events unfold during the film that show how desensitized Russell is to the violence and dirty tactics he uses, all the while influencing his rookie partner in Speedman to follow in his footsteps. It all leads to a showdown with the killers of the quadruple homicide, and the corrupt LAPD chief who is in cahoots with them, leading for a juicy ending but it is somewhat unsatisfying. Overall it is a good crime drama in which Russell shines as the lead role, however, the plot is nothing new but it is great nonetheless.
(mx) wrote: Finally decided to watch this. i knew i wouldn't like it... its just plain bad.
(es) wrote: Trs bon film. Bonne descente aux enfers.
(ag) wrote: Could this have been any worse?
(nl) wrote: The plots a bit confused but this was an interesting attempt at an original horror.
(nl) wrote: A better-than-average science fiction film by Roger Corman which is best described as "The Magnificent Seven" in outer space.The film may be cheese--but it's good cheese!
(mx) wrote: One of Mario Bava's best films, a claustrophobic thriller with some nifty plot twists.
(jp) wrote: Well done Dracula tale works pretty well as a direct sequel to to the original. Three distinguished gentlemen are bored and looking for some excitement, which then leads them to coming into contact with one of Count Dracula's servants. As with most Hammer Film Productions it's a well mounted bit of horror and you also get Christopher Lee returning as the count. The story is better than most of the Dracula films and that helps it greatly, as does the presences of the always great Lee.
(es) wrote: Let's face it, no one saw that coming, one of my favourite films ever
(ca) wrote: A classic real American buddy flick.