The Honey Pot

The Honey Pot

In Venice, the millionaire benefactor Cecil Fox watches a Seventeenth Century play 'Volpone' and plots a practical joke to play on his three former greedy mistresses. He hires the unemployed actor William McFly to act as his butler and stage manager and sends letters telling the mistresses he is terminally ill. The prime intention of Rex is to see the reaction of the women after the reading of his will but things do not go as planned.

Inspired by a performance of his favorite play, "Volpone," 20th-century millionaire Cecil Fox devises an intricate plan to trick three of his former mistresses into believing he is dying. Although the women are wealthy in their own right, all have good reason to covet his fortune. To assist him in his scheme, Fox hires William McFly, a gigolo and sometime actor, to act as his secretary/servant. Fox is soon visited at his "deathbed" by the three former mistresses: Merle McGill, a fading Hollywood sex symbol; Princess Dominique, who once took a cruise on Fox's yacht; and Lone Star Crockett, a Texas hypochondriac who travels with an enigmatic nurse/companion. As Fox and McFly act out the charade, things take an unexpected turn from comical farce to full-blown murder mystery. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Honey Pot torrent reviews

Douglas M (ag) wrote: I gave up on this turd after ten whopping minutes. It seemed like it was written by a 14-year-old and I just couldn't get in to it.

Jey A (ag) wrote: He's gonna be a heart breaker.

Leslie T (ru) wrote: This needs to be released on DVD. Glenda Jackson is amazing!

Christopher S (gb) wrote: Very entertaining giallo mystery from director Aldo Lado employees a unique flashback structure that cleverly keeps the plot spinning toward its shocking climax. Plenty of suspense style and a strong cast that includes the scene-stealing Ingrid Thulin, a must for giallo fans. Very possibly a major influence on Kubrick's 'Eyes Wide Shut'.

Aj V (kr) wrote: A great sequel to The Thin Man, I recommend seeing the whole series they're all so good. This one has a very surprising performance from James Stewart.

Jason T (de) wrote: Poor Nick Cage stuck in movies that previously went to Val Kilmer or Cuba Gooding JR. Dying of the Light is an ok but predictable and forgettable thriller. Cages performance is good in places and over the top in others.