Shadow Dancer

Shadow Dancer

An unhinged woman is dangerously jealous of her ex-boyfriend's new lover. Meanwhile, a female stripper does her thing at a bachelor party while a male stripper entertains ladies at a bridal shower. Not to be confused with the OTHER "erotic" film of the same name from the 90s, which was released two years after this.

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JFloyd3 W (ca) wrote: Remember Claudette Colbert, Lana Turner, Vivien Leigh, Rita Hayworth, Joan Fontaine, Ingrid Bergman, Betty Davis, Barbara Stanwyck, Ida Lupino, Ginger Rogers, Olivia de Havilland, Deborah Kerr, Marlene Dietrich, Audrey Hepburn, Eva Gardner, Lauren Bacall, Grace Kelly, Katherine Hepburn, Liz Taylor, Shelley Winters, etc etccc.. ?...

David J (kr) wrote: Kat Dennings is terrific, but the film is a bit tired and contrived after the halfway point

Tevi S (fr) wrote: All strong casts, except Louis Koo were wasted by this standard 'Cat & Mouse' Cop thriller.. I'm really expect much more than this..

Jeff B (mx) wrote: Great reality check on how good one (as in you) actually has it.

Denise J (us) wrote: Tragic, sad, depressing. One of my favorite movies.

Lafe F (mx) wrote: Argento's love letter to Hitchcock. It seems more of a Hitchcock movie than an Argento movie. It had more suspense than horror and gore pieces. The music and camera work was very much like Hitchcock films, which is good. I saw tributes to Rear Window, Strangers on a Train (obviously!), Psycho, Dial M for Murder, Vertigo, and probably others, but I'm not a huge Hitchcock fan. There should've been a fat bald man cameo too. It also had the made for TV feel, as if it were an episode of some anthology series. The lead character Giulio was a bit annoying with his need to involve himself in everything. During the video store scene, I enjoyed looking at the movies and posters they chose to display. This movie must've been sponsored by Torino, because it's all over the end credits.

Nathan H (nl) wrote: Unlike so many other Holocaust dramas a documentaries (which are expansive in scope), "Paragraph 175" is very narrowed and focused, examining only the persecution of homosexuals. For that reason, this film is relevant and haunting. Based mostly on modern-day interviews (and not so much on archival footage), the movie tells the stories of a handful of survivors. The viewers come to know the men and women, and because the film is so narrowed and focused, we honestly feel their specific pain (and not necessarily an overwhelming flood of pain, 6-million-deep). It is an intimate motion picture.However, this documentary is most interesting for its portrait of Berlin in the years leading up to Nazi rule. The city is depicted as a homosexual Eden, an idea which is used to ridicule Germans and Nazis in the years leading to war...infuriating Hitler, and thus resulting in homosexual persecution. Fascinating history, which is too little discussed.

Jeffrey M (ca) wrote: This is so awful that it is completely brilliant.

owen b (jp) wrote: american sniper is not directed by Clint Eastwood, it's directed by Michael Bay and no one knows it but me. this movie is crammed with horrible dialogue, shitty acting, atrocious action sequences, nonexistent story line, and endless amounts of propaganda. honestly, there's not one redeeming quality with this film. if you haven't seen this movie, don't watch it.Owens grade: F