Molly and Bee, sweet young 'working girls,' live in a cheap room over a New York grocery store. Molly's idol, wealthy Jack Cromwell, lives in a Long Island mansion but is markedly less happy, since his fiancée Jane won't discourage her other admirers. Fleeing in his car, Jack ends up in an urban block party where he meets you-know-who.
- Stars:Janet Gaynor, Charles Farrell, Marjorie White, El Brendel, Mary Forbes, Peter Gawthorne, Sharon Lynn, Frank Richardson, Joe Brown,
- Director:David Butler,
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Sunnyside Up torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Interesting and engaging, despite being a bit too repetitive.
(br) wrote: complex and a haul at 7 hours but a well crafted epic
(us) wrote: A nica coisa necessria para o triunfo do mal (C) os homens de bem no fazerem nada. Edmundo Burke (1729-97)
(ca) wrote: the thing that made this movie bearable was Angie Harmon.
(de) wrote: A mighty, relentlessly miserable tale of injustice. This is one of the best films about slavery.
(ru) wrote: After the wonderful Dracula's Daughter, this sequel seemed pretty weak. The plot was mostly boring, but what I disliked most was Lon Chaney Jr. as Dracula. The guy has a strong American accent and seems a bit chubby, even full of life, which makes him seem like everything except a European walking predatory corpse. The good thing about this title is how it introduced many concepts into the vampire genre, including the creature's mist-like form and the lethality of burning it's grave, thus preventing it from hibernating during the day.
(us) wrote: The film That Put Dreamworks On The map! :)
(fr) wrote: It's undeniably similar to so many other genre films, but 'Stake Land' features a solid atmosphere, some great action, and most importantly, it focuses first on the development of its two central characters.
(nl) wrote: It's a christmas film but nothing more.
(nl) wrote: The Hateful Eight : C - C+ Ok, so let's start off that I am a huge Tarantino fan, even sometimes apologetic for Planet Terror. I have a theory that Tarantino had this script lying around for quite some time and in response to some breach in script leakages he canceled the project he was working on and slapped this one together... just to keep momentum going. Basically, Jules Winnfield, Stuntman Mike, Billy Crash, Dr King Schultz, and Budd all met at Shoshana's cottage... am I missing anything here? Though we all love Quinten's characters and dialogue, we love it cause it's fresh...or was. The recycling of these actors and their similarities to previous characters dulls this movie severely. If you never watched a Tarantino film, you may actually enjoy this very much...you may even use descriptions like cynical, hellish, violent, and sinister. But since you have, it sadly comes off as same ol' same ol'. Maybe I'm being too strict with regards to Tarantino's bar? For the positives...Jennifer Jason Leigh's performance was outstanding and reminiscent of the dusting-off of Travolta in Pulp Fiction. I also enjoyed Channing Tatum's role albeit way too brief. I also enjoy movies that take place in singular settings, almost screenplay-like, it really helps you feel "in the moment". This was accomplished with great success, however unfortunately, I already knew everyone in the room. There were some well-placed story lines and tie-ins along the way, but nothing strong enough to warrant a prequel or sequel, or simply wanting more. Overall, I felt disappointed because the movie came off as packaged, canned even, with basic Tarantino-isms. Let's take all our inappropriate gloriousness and shamelessly uncouth characters, sprinkle them with spaghetti western funk and twist it up with some soap opera flare. Admittedly, Inglorious Bastards took 3 watches to fully appreciate it...I just hope I don't have to wait for 8 hateful turns at this one. Stays on the self in the Tarantino section..."Close the door,...ya have to nail it shut!"