The Man I Married

The Man I Married

An American (Joan Bennett) vacations in Europe with her husband (Francis Lederer) and watches him turn into a Nazi.

Anti-Nazi tract laced with 1938 newsreel footage finds American girl (Bennett) married to a German (Lederer) gradually learning he is a Nazi, trying to get their son to America. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Man I Married torrent reviews

Rohan D (au) wrote: An awesome,well shot and directed movie by RGV (which is rare,mind you)..The story is really touching since all the actual incidents get recalled upon watching.The acting by the boy playing Kasab and the legend,Nana,was terrific.

Christopher B (us) wrote: Decently funny. Bateman is charming as usual.

Anna T (br) wrote: Megan and I shall see this together. It is demanded!

Nick M (kr) wrote: This is an international horror flick from The Netherlands. However, it's very much a carbon copy of every piece of shit slasher movie that gets released in America with flashy editing and annoyingly shaky camera styles.

Al C (es) wrote: No valio la pena; el titulo tiene nada que ver con

David P (br) wrote: I know many will disagree, but I think these films are highly overrated. A few great scenes with many long drawn out scenes that make it clear chore to watch. This one has enough scenes that make it passable for me, but I'm not a fan.

Rob L (es) wrote: in 2015, this movie still holds up. It is by far Val Kilmers best role. even with the Lord of the rings movies, this is really good. The music is amazing, the only down side is the dated special effects. To its credit, they were good back then.

Tom D (ru) wrote: This one is not as good as the first movie. Charles Bronson is game and is good in this movie but there are no other interesting supporting characters. The villains of the movie are one dimensional and full of cliches. The script is not different enough from the first movie.

Lee M (au) wrote: Equus is a mess but it's an interesting mess and possibly worth seeing for several reasons, one of which is that it contains a great performance from Richard Burton, a fine and still underrated screen actor.

Jeremy P (kr) wrote: Definitely worthy of the names Shaw and Lau Kar-Leung. I can't say that I've ever seen someone fight only by trying to bite, or a guy with a bitter face who fights by trying to give his opponent a bitter face. Anyways, I've enjoyed discovering some of these older flicks starring Chia Hui Liu, aka Gordon Liu, but in this one I wish he was more in on the action in the end instead of just taking up the mentor role.

Michael M (it) wrote: I'd have to say this is classic Connery right here. Probably the best of his Bond films. He was so tapped into the character by this point and there's just a bevvy of Bond babes wandering around on screen. Largo is a decent villain and that underwater harpoon battle is simply amazing given the time this was made. I can see why this is one of the most universally appreciated Bond films of all time.

Bill T (ca) wrote: Is it me, or did I find this exceptionally weak, plot wise, and was just waiting for it to end? Has some amusing lines, but it really doesn't go anyplace.