Show People

Show People

Peggy Pepper arrives in Hollywood, from Georgia, to become a great dramatic star. Things do not go entirely according to plan.

A young lady from Georgia goes to Hollywood in the hopes of becoming an actress. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Show People torrent reviews

Bloodmarsh K (mx) wrote: Cliche driven, predictable buddy picture, which could have done without the gay humor. I'm still trying to figure out why I enjoyed it - but I did.

Erika D (ca) wrote: A refreshing, funny family friendly movie.

Adriano V (es) wrote: This is a very tight, tense and well made french crime thriller. Better than the american junk they usually release in this genre

James J (jp) wrote: Caveh Zahedi is such an amusingly awkward person with an equally amusingly awkward autobiography. Interesting presentation, too, although the re-enactments are often pretty cheesy - as is Caveh's narration in his wedding suit.

Vadim S (au) wrote: Really well made but way too long, and really boring to watch.

Alex S (fr) wrote: Absolutely fascinating.

Joshua D (br) wrote: it was good when I was a kid. keyword "was"

Linda B (ag) wrote: A great movie. Funny, better than I aspected. With Queen Latifah and Steve Martin. If you haven't seen it, TRY IT!

K N (nl) wrote: The dance scene was worth it alone. Very charming and lovely. Hunt, Tomei, and Mel are fantastic. Many funny and emotional scenes that are great.


Simptica P (us) wrote: I think this story's simplicity, characters and underlying supposition that "men and women just don't understand each other" (sigh) might have been quite at home. There are glimmers of the knockabout comedy it could have been. There are some brilliant one-liners, some funny moments but so much else falls flat.

Amanda H (gb) wrote: What this movie really amounts to is... nothing. It's a lot of dialogue, a bit of monologue, and a whooooole lot of beating around the bush and avoiding anything resembling a plot. But somehow, it works anyway. Christina Ricci is as quirky and fun as ever, and Jason Biggs is much less annoying than he was in the American Pie movies. The dialogue is fun and entertaining, and even though there's really no point, I enjoyed it anyway.