Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman

Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:103 minutes
  • Release:1947
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:jealousy,   fight,   fire,  

Angie Evans, fast-rising nightclub singer, interrupts her career to marry struggling songwriter Ken Conway. When Ken lucks into a career as chart-topping radio crooner, Angie is forced into... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman torrent reviews

Kate W (au) wrote: u need to see it if u have not!

Ester A (mx) wrote: Amazing movie. I laughed and cried. Fantastic acting. Bravo.

Richard S (es) wrote: This ain't like your average revenge movie, don't expect the victim of the tale to toughen up and roam the land kicking ass. It's a slow burner where vengeance is sought after but never really satisfied and the ending is very grim. It's a well acted, absorbing and looks great but there is something about it that doesn't really satisfy.

Andrea S (nl) wrote: I want my time back.

Ryland D (it) wrote: Entertaining but extremely inconsistent in tone.

Chris D (us) wrote: Men with Brooms has a heavy dose of false Canadianisms and a soundtrack that even Anne Murray would pop into her tape deck...keep your brooms on the ice Curling fans, this one's only marginally recommendable.

samantha s (gb) wrote: this is so cute I like this movie its so awesome and I hope they have it in stores

Laurel S (mx) wrote: Top 5 favorite Elvis's Movie of all time.

Victoria S (it) wrote: That movie is SO FUCKING GOOD, at the same time that is very complicated and insane

Brandon W (kr) wrote: Three years after the first Halloween movie, John Carpenter and Debra Hill come back to be involve with the sequel, but only as the writers and producers of it, which there has to be a new director. When seeing that Rick Rosenthal is the director of Halloween after realizing that he also directed Halloween: Resurrection which turns out to have terrible reviews, I was a bit worried about the film. While it's not nearly as much of a classic as the first movie, Halloween II is a good sequel that definitely feels like a Halloween movie. The score by John Carpenter and Alan Howarth is pretty good and is still just as creepy as the first score. Jamie Lee Curtis and Donald Pleasence are still great as ever, and Michael Myers is still creepy as ever. The new characters are pretty forgetful, and they are just there to be stabbed to death. While I was fine with the pacing in the first movie, I think the second film took its time for way too long, and I ended up being boring in some moments. There are some insane moments which is pretty cool, and the kills are pretty good, which I'm glad that it's not very gory even though John Carpenter wanted the sequel to be bloodier, which in today's gore feat, this is pretty tamed. It repeats some of the moments from the first film which were not as effective, and the climax is not as suspenseful, even though it is a bit entertaining to watch. There are some scary moments that got me, and definitely felt like a conclusive film to me. Even though it feels like the filmmakers didn't care as much as they did on the first movie, they still create a enjoyable enough movie that is probably one of the best sequels that has Michael Myers.

David S (au) wrote: I really enjoyed this. Started out a bit slow but the middle of the movie plot twist turns everything upside down. Luke Kirby is a snake but a pansy at the same time. I spent a good part of the film hoping he found his demise. Not SLJ's best, but it wasn't as bad as some say it is

Eric W (mx) wrote: Some not so "pro" moments in the film but overall a good suspense story.