The Diary of Evelyn Lau
A teenage girl runs away from home and her very strict mother, becomes a prostitute and drug-addict, which she writes a book about.
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James J (fr) wrote: Gotta see this movie.
Manolo P (kr) wrote: The various themes that in a single story create a disturbing but still fascinating story of love, desire, spite and deception, indicate Almodvar's great ability to imagine, create and stage a movie like no one else could have. The story is made so that the audience does not let go of it, and this is supported by the magnificent performances of its cast, introducing us to what is terrifying and sometimes incomprehensible. The order of the script and how it is expressed through its shots are evidence of the cinematic mastery with which the film is developed. Apparently the movie wants to challenge you, but the information is coming alone without much effort. 89/100
Jenna A (ca) wrote: the cutes dog-gone movie ever! The poster shown isn't about the movie I saw, but the same basicdog, except it was a westie like snap!
Brian P (gb) wrote: Chilly! Bring a coat .. This Alien movie might give u frostbite! Funny Canadian movie with a twist!!
shehna A (de) wrote: nice movie.....really great...!!!
Kyle D (ag) wrote: Martin Lawrence (as always) shows his comedic magic in yet another hilarious hit. "Blue Streak" is one heck of a ride that you'll want to ride over and over again.
Paul O (br) wrote: Have you seen it? No?? And you call yourself an actor??Gets better with every viewing. Dreyfuss was great.
Jeremy S (us) wrote: The real-life Alfred E Neuman in this film is honestly one of the most terrifying things I've ever seen in a movie. Genuinely unsettling. The movie itself isn't very good, but I'm a sucker for early 80's comedies and hijinks in general.
Eduardo L (ca) wrote: 8.5/10, 9-17-2015. Original rating: 8/10, circa January 2012.
Connor G (ag) wrote: Decent, and certainly well crafted.
Steve M (gb) wrote: When Mary (Gardner) returns to her home town after two years away, she rekindles a rivalry between Kenny (Raft), a two-bit loser she's always loved, and Lew (Conway), the local hotel owner--and hood-- who has always been in love with [i]her[/i]. This time, the rivalry leads to more than just a few thrown punches... this time, it leads to robbery and murder! "Whistle Stop" feels more like a summary of a story than the actual story. We learn learn next to nothing about the characters other than their most obvious traits (Why does Mary really come back to town? What was she really doing for those two years in Chicago? Why does Lew go to such extreme measures to get even with Kenny... is he really just a bastard?), we learn very little about the deep relationships that exist between them (Why does Gitlo--a resentment-filled employee of Lew, who is played by Victor McLaglan--have such a soft spot for Mary? Has Mary and her family always been the landlords of Kenny's family and is that how they met?). Perhaps if we knew a little more about the characters in the film, the ending would have felt a little less strange. This is one of those films that's technically well made and features decent performances by all the actors, but which is ultimately undone by a bad script. The end result is okay but unremarkable. Whistle Stop Starring: George Raft, Ava Gardner, Victor McLaglan, Tom Conway, and Jorja Curtright Director: Leonide Moguy