River Lady

River Lady

In the 1850s, in a logging town on the Mississippi River, a conflict between the people of a mill town and the lumberjacks who work downriver. Romance and deceit are catalyzed by the arrival of the gambling river boat, River Lady, owned by the beautiful Sequin. Bauvais, a representative of the local lumber syndicate and Sequin's business partner, is trying to convince H.L. Morrison, the mill owner, to sell his business.

In spring 18__, the loggers arrive at a mill town on the upper Mississippi drainage; the gambling riverboat is there to meet them, with river queen Sequin who loves logger Dan Corrigan. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


River Lady torrent reviews

Pandu H (mx) wrote: A light romantic comedy

Bengel W (fr) wrote: The film quality as in print is rather primitive as if a low quality camera was used. The story is depressing and drags its feet as if in quicksand. The film eventually ends up nowhere special, as it just lazily drifts as if the lives it is looking at is doing the same thing. Nibbles: Spaghetti on Toast.

Zelyaine T (jp) wrote: Haha, everything is really all about perspective. A slightly chilling movie, but well executed and thoroughly convincing. Remarkable love story.

Marnix S (ca) wrote: charming but moderate fun

Melissa N (ca) wrote: This is a really funny classic comedy.

Christina G (us) wrote: I think it got too caught up in trying to be a statement piece and as a result never materialized into the great piece of film it could've have been. I mean with this cast, it should have been unbelieveable, but it was just somewhere between good and mediocre.

Steven N (fr) wrote: Straight out of 1986 with its high hair, and awful fashion sense comes "Black Moon Rising," which is the story of a couple of thieves, a souped up "supercar," and the greatest robbery of all. Quite unbelievably, I didn't completely hate this movie. It stars the eternally old Tommy Lee Jones, Linda Hamilton, Robert Vaughn, and the owner of the absolute coolest mustache in the history of cool mustaches, Bubba Smith. Everything about the script is over-the-top, not to mention being cornier than a corn making machine that's been making corn every hour of every day for the last twenty-seven years. The look of the film, the effects, everything feels dated. In the first minute you'll know what decade it was made. Then, to top it all off, the performances are as over-the-top as the script. Despite the obvious problems (and there are many) the movie is still sort of fun. It's not great movie-making, its not going to make any top ten lists anytime soon, but it is good, stupid, fun. If you don't go into "Black Moon Rising" expecting to see "Raging Bull," then my guess is you're going to find some enjoyment in it as well. Amazingly I'm giving it a mild recommendation - if for no other reason than the fact that Tommy Lee Jones doesn't change his clothes once during the entire ninety-nine minutes - hilarious stuff.

paul B (mx) wrote: Ce chef d oeuvre de Renoir est un classique qui reste d autant plus passionant a travers son temoignage sur l enfer feroviaire d antan et des conditions de vie de la classe ouvriere.

Lee P (mx) wrote: well-cast, well-performed, well-written, well-directed, etc. this should be a cult classic.

Mark K (ru) wrote: not near as bad as critics make it out to be.

Donna M (jp) wrote: Saw it -- was very riveting

Andrew B (nl) wrote: With all the makings of a great political suspense movie The Ides of March fall short because of the pure simple fact that Ryan Gosling is just not lead actor material. I have given him a fair shot, seeing all of his most heralded roles and films and in my eyes (my personal opinion) the guy just lacks what a great leading actor should have. Clooney and Phillip Seymour Hoffman are stellar as they always are, along with the rest of the character cast of this film. The plot is solid and interesting. But once again Gosling shows absolutely no emotion in his acting. Just the same calm demeanor that I've come to associate every part he plays with. I don't think I have ever seen his facial expression change, in any movie. Stop casting a good looking face for the sake of it, and cast someone who can get the job done and deliver a good performance. The movie could have been great, but it falls flat.