Jerry and Ted are young, in love, and part of the New York 'in-crowd'. Jerry's decision to marry Ted crushes a yearning Paul. Distraught Paul gets drunk and wrecks his car, disfiguring young Dorothy's face in the process. Out of pity, Paul marries Dorothy. Years later, the apparent perfect marriage of Ted and Jerry falls apart from infidelity on both sides. Inwardly unhappy, popular Jerry lives a party life while Ted sinks into a life of alcoholism. Jerry then runs into Paul, who still loves her. After spending time together with Jerry, Paul plans to divorce Dorothy. When Jerry sees Dorothy again, she has second thoughts about where her life is heading.
- Category:Drama, Romance
- Stars:Norma Shearer, Chester Morris, Conrad Nagel, Robert Montgomery, Florence Eldridge, Helene Millard, Robert Elliott, Mary Doran, Tyler Brooke, Zelda Sears, George Irving, Judith Wood,
- Director:Robert Z. Leonard,
Norma Shearer. a New York socialite, has happy mariage until she discovers that her husband, Ted, had a drunken one night stand with some blowsy woman. She tried to pretend that it was a misunderstanding and forgave him. But his infidelity continues to make her disappointed. What will she do? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Divorcee torrent reviews
(es) wrote: An inspirational story that shows us the beauty of perseverance. A superb performance from Miles Teller, in his best performance yet, covers up the few genre clichs that mar this otherwise enjoyable underdog tale.
(au) wrote: Interesting moments in this movie although in the end it's all very underwhelming. Ben Foster is the best character in the movie. The movie has very little substance to it although you don't realise that till the end. There is a major problem with audio in some of these modern westerns. The dialogue was very hard to pick up and wasn't helped by constant over whelming backdrop noise. Jeff Bridges being the worst offender for projecting his dialouge very poorly. Hugely over rated film.
(de) wrote: Really, really calm, but hell of powerful. If you like "Lost in Translation" and "Requiem for a Dream" go watch this movie immediately.
(ca) wrote: More like a 2.5. Cheesy comedy with a couple sweet moments. ...Sally Hawkins is a great actress, much better than this material. But recalling all the films I've seen her in...this might be the first lead since Happy-Go-Lucky (I have yet to see Made in Dagenham). It's unfortunate and I hope she gets better and bigger roles soon.
(us) wrote: To say that this movie blows would be a compliment. Easily in my top worst. Not one part of this movie was believable. Not only did the ending suck... I just didn't care at all what was going on the whole time to any of the characters. It's an hour and a half that I will never get back.
(nl) wrote: Didn't watch the whole thing. What little I saw is disturbing and believable: a teenager who comes of age, having to deal with inept, out-of-touch, self-absorbed parents, having a black boyfriend her racist father doesn't approve of, and, at the top of a REALLY BAD SUNDAE, participating in a relationship made of statutory rape with her white veteran neighbor. The story is creepy and sad all around. Not the greatest movie ever, but good enough, especially if I had seen the whole thing.
(gb) wrote: Its not those movie about young women who fall for older man, well okay it is that exact storyline but with nice gesture at the end. I love Sarah Michelle Gellar, would watch her in any movie she is in. She did good, breakout from the tough role of Buffy; she is sweet and fragile. Alec Baldwin did light the scene he is in. I, like most people find it creepy for younger women dating older man more over twice her age! Overall better than I expected.5/10.
(it) wrote: A solid comedy that delivers on the stereotype of NASCAR. It delivers the punches without becoming lame.
(au) wrote: Well unfortunately for the 2001 film "Pearl Harbor", I think I have found a film that beat it in being more engaging and more dramatic, despite a less-popcorn movie feel, and the non-100 million dollar budget! Dark Blue World, or (Tmavomodry svet), isn't going to win you with high priced action scenes and effects, but it will get you with a lucid story line, that is drenched in heartfelt dialouge and makes you feel pride. So what about the acting? Well of course this film is forgien and includes both Czech and English dialouge, but you can still really feel that they know what they are doing on screen and are just as good as our Hollywood counterparts, and maybe , especcialy in this film, maybe even better then some of them. The score was rather impressive , although it wasn't as good I expected, but rather still as good as I was hoping. It really meshed well in the right action scenes, mellowing out when it was a really good time for it to slow down. Yes, somehow this film kept me thouroghly enganged throughout, and I rather found this film as a little gem for my collection. I am not sure why, but this film is a film in which you never hear of it, but when you do, you can't stop not hearing about it, from yourself!
(au) wrote: Love the video game but on my tv it was black and white so maybe that's why I didn't like it.
(jp) wrote: Hmm. I thought Burt Reynolds was terribly stiff, yet some thought he deserved an Oscar. Frankly, I thought it stupid. I usually like Jill Clayburgh, but I don't think she stood out in this movie. Candice Bergen can't sing, but I think that's on purpose.
(ru) wrote: The first half is simply too much; its drug out and the dialogue never hits the caliber of the first film, but it picks up during the training and the improved final fight between Creed and Balboa.
(fr) wrote: The absurd dark comedy of the beginning gives way to a typical and slightly disappointing schmaltzy ending. But I was laughing so much through the first half.
(us) wrote: Easily one of my least favorite Pixar movies. Unlikeable characters (almost all of them) and a re-hashed story with little new ideas or approaches (homeward bound, land before time, etc.)
(au) wrote: Although full of cliches I couldn't help but to be stunned by this beautiful silent film. I have little experience with silent films but I was quite fascinatined by this one. I think eyes are very important in silent movies and in this movie they handle it perfect. Rudolph Valentino moves gracefully and proves that he's not just a pretty face. The two women leads (Lila Lee and Nita Naldi) do a great job and both are beautiful. Developing more the character Don Joselito (Charles Belcher) could've been a plus to the movie.
(jp) wrote: Behind every courageous, chivalrous, and noble; dragon-slaying, damsel-in-distress saving, knight in shining armor (James Franco) is a lazy, crude, good-for-nothing, pot-smoking, rapscallion of a brother (Danny McBride); whom he must endure on a dangerous quest to save his buxom, not to mention corseted, bride-to-be (Zooey Deschanel) from a salacious evil wizard (Justin Theroux); with the help of a feisty, Xena-type sex symb- I mean, warrior (Natalie Portman), of course. Okay, so this isn't exactly a humdinger of a premise for a sword and sorcery farce, but it will suffice, I guess... as soft-core pornography for prepubescent boys, perhaps! One may have to fancy James Franco, Danny McBride, Zooey Deschanel, and Natalie Portman an inordinate amount in order to withstand, let alone appreciate, an entire hour and forty minutes of cheap British accents, obtuse storytelling, sexually charged delinquency, and recycled antediluvian humor because I am uncertain what these people were thinking when they agreed to be a part of this David Gordon Green calamity (although he has done better stoner comedies in the past: hence, Pineapple Express). Franco's character was simply unremarkable; Portman and Deschanel were given especially horrendous roles as two very different, yet equally vapid, women; and do not get me started on the embarrassingly witless supporting characters and extras, but given McBride co-wrote the, um, "script", why couldn't he construct a less pathetic part for himself? As terribly daft as this film may be, and normally I'd be far more critical of a film chock-full of bare breasts, penis jokes, and other such raunchy humor, it is amazing to witness Oscar-winning actors -- especially ones with as much clout as Portman -- clearly enjoying themselves and the, somewhat endearing, juvenile flare this romp has to offer. Well, amazing in the way intelligent people manage to knowingly engage in exceptionally unintelligible things while not completely destroying my respect for them. Also: consider the film's substantial absurdity (that is, where hostile little people, unfaithful knights, a well hung Minotaur, a pedophile wizard, sexy warriors in thongs, and the liberal use of f-bombs are concerned); even if it's merely immature nostalgia, it does carry a certain magnetism; and, whether you admit to it or not, this actually manages to induce some hearty laughs. Seriously, there are some decent idioms and allusions midst the relentless lack of sophistication. ("Oh god! It was a trap!" White people, I knew it!" "White people?" "Are they nice or are they mean?" "--They're mean!") Still, as with any junk food, one ought to take these sorts of films in moderation, as it's just silly enough to be entertaining, but I only recommend a single glance because every joke expires. [D-] -- 37%