The Deadly Females
Toothsome Tracy Reed (remember her in Dr. Strangelove and A Shot in the Dark?) heads the cast of Deadly Females. The ladies in question are female assassins, specializing in knocking off lascivious males. Like the proverbial black widow spider, the girls lure their victims with promises of sexual favors, then strike when said victims are exhausted. Naturally, this requires plenty of exposed female flesh.
- Stars:Tracy Reed, Bernard Holley, Scott Fredericks, Heather Chasen, Brian Jackson, Roy Purcell, Jean Harrington, Olivia Munday, Jean Rimmer, Raymond Young, Steve Amber, Graham Ashley, Nicholas Barnes, Rose Burton, Sally Faulkner,
- Director:Donovan Winter,
- Writer:Donovan Winter (original story), Donovan Winter (screenplay)
Joan (Tracy Reed) is uncrowned queen of a generation of gorgeous women who take time off their regular day jobs to earn extra income as paid assassins. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Deadly Females torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: I liked it, sometimes, but then other times, I didn't as much. It's got some great ideas in it, and Paul Dano and Zoe Kazan are both very good.
(ca) wrote: What a great "weird" movie
(nl) wrote: 86%Watched this on 20/10/15One of the most popular films and cultural phenomenon of Brazilian Cinema, Elite Squad is a realistic, semi fictional account of the brutal police force of Rio, BOPE. The film is hard hitting in terms of it's brutality and it's realistic in such a way that the film portrays it's officers as those who do not sit behind desks and make strategies, but those who use the most brutal forces of violence to achieve their means. This is a film about police who first shoots and then asks question mostly leaving nothing much for the judiciary systems. This is a kind of task force that people wish were there to protect them.
(mx) wrote: It's still Disney fun.
(ru) wrote: A little schmatzy, but absolutely delightful!
(it) wrote: I couldn't finish this film. I like srk but it's not his best film!!!!
(br) wrote: a very musing and very moving film about the life of artist, Dora Carrington. Emma Thompson and cast are superb. Unconventional the Bloomsbury set were, Lytton Stratchey is amazing.
(ag) wrote: Although by today's standards, it may seem a bit dated, but this is a great movie. Definitely ahead of it's time, considering it came out in 1956. It had an intelligent script that dealt with the rise and fall of other civilizations, dealt with the struggle of human weakness and paved the way for most of the sci-fi epics that came after it. Definitely worth the watch
(ag) wrote: 1932! Stunningly good.
(mx) wrote: Given the steadily declining budget this is at least pretty well made. Though joyless, darker and more violent it's action and social commentary make it watchable even if the plot is a little half baked.
(nl) wrote: Bruce lee and James Coburn as Writers. (Must be written a few years earlier since Bruce was murdered in 77, on my bday-wah! Per IMDB: Martial Arts / Violence / Sorcery / Philosophy / Nudity-what more could you want?