School for Scoundrels

School for Scoundrels

Hapless Henry Palfrey is patronised by his self-important chief clerk at work, ignored by restaurant waiters, conned by shady second-hand car salesmen, and, worst of all, endlessly wrong-footed by unspeakably rotten cad Raymond Delauney who has set his cap at April, new love of Palfrey's life. In desperation Henry enrolls at the College of Lifemanship to learn how to best such bounders and win the girl.

This is the tale of hapless Henry Palfrey's attempts to turn his luck around by enrolling in Lifeman College, a school that teaches one-upmanship enables him to embarrass a rival and woo the woman he loves. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


School for Scoundrels torrent reviews

Cameron M (nl) wrote: David Belle and the late Paul Walker keep up Brick Mansion's interest even when not showcasing its high tension action sequences, though it comes close to losing it in the final 20 minutes with its anticlimax and last minute forced moral, both equally irrational.

Vernon B (au) wrote: Brilliant Japanese animation with a fantastic soundtrack by Plaid. Loved it

Leo L (br) wrote: Hmmmm...I could have sworn that I already rated this before. Here's an interesting story about one man's quest to obtain a G.E.D. As he wasn't able to in youth, it is the only way that he will be able to keep the job that he loves so much. Lou Diamond Phillips and Joan Chen stars. Worth seeing!

Erika T (us) wrote: kept me mildly entertained. didnt really have a plot and some parts i thought were unnecessary for the movie. but it made me laugh pretty hard a few times.

Sherry Z (ag) wrote: The stilted acting combined with weird plot and bland dialogue make this movie a beautiful but forgettable affair

Luke H (it) wrote: It was not the standard Hitchcock movie you would think it is.

Brad G (fr) wrote: "Row Faster...If I Die There's Nothing In It For You..." After her husband crokes in a rowboat, Eithne Dunne travels to her in-laws Irish castle to stake her claim in the fortune. Unfortunately, there are a couple of crazy brothers, one crazy mother, and a roving axe murderer on the premises. Dementia 13 is all over the place, but there are a couple moments peppered throughout that make for an enjoyable viewing experience. VF.

Greg W (gb) wrote: an old fashioned B movie mystery film about the bail-bond business.

Max C (us) wrote: This was a beautiful movie -- sad but beautiful. And it became most beautiful at the end. But it ended just one scene too quickly. The last scene was a disappointment because it had a chance to offer a way out, to show the possibility for an affirmation of life in spite of --the affirmation of life precisely Because Of -- the Suffering that it depicted -- suffering that is all too true and is propagated by the empty consumer society that it depicts -- It had a chance to end on a high note, of this affirmation of the carrying on of the human heart alongside all this suffering. This was the affirmation when he returned to see the girl who he had taken care of, and when he was back in his classroom at the end -- to the audience's surprise. Anyways, we can imagine that this was indeed the case, as it was before the final shot, when suddenly the students weren't there and the chairs were strewn about -- There must still be beauty in this world -- there still is. And that is the thread of hope that still runs through all the tragedy in the world. He was a moral man and he cared about people -- and because of that we had the gift of all the kindness through him, touching the couple of people he managed to help.

Sherry M (au) wrote: Pleasant enough. Reese Witherspoon did a good job.