When her father dies, Epifania Parerga, an Italian in London, becomes the world's richest woman. She feels incomplete without a husband and falls in love with a humble, Indian physician, Ahmed el Kabir, much loved by his indigent English patients.
- Stars:Sophia Loren, Peter Sellers, Alastair Sim, Vittorio De Sica, Dennis Price, Gary Raymond, Alfie Bass, Miriam Karlin, Noel Purcell, Virginia Vernon, Graham Stark, Diana Coupland, Pauline Jameson, Eleanor Summerfield, Willoughby Goddard,
- Director:Anthony Asquith,
- Writer:George Bernard Shaw (play), Riccardo Aragno (adaptation), Wolf Mankowitz (screenplay)
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The Millionairess torrent reviews
(it) wrote: This movie is just as good as the other Mission Impossible movies. Good action and special effects.
(ca) wrote: So inspiring and uplifting! I want to see more movies about Nelson Mandela!
(mx) wrote: Take to cinema the life of a great writer, as it was J.M. Barrie, is not so complicated as it seems, because the life of the creator of Peter Pan has many resources to make a good movie. The most complicated thing is to find the right leading actor, but here we see an excellent performace by Johnny Depp solid and simple at the same time, that's the main fact that makes this a good film. 9/10
(br) wrote: With a story of a man facing his fears of an office bully, Joe Somebody is a film that is okay, but has some great performances by Tim Allen, Julie Bowen, Hayden Panettiere, Patrick Warburton and Jim Belushi.
(fr) wrote: Ben Stiller and Drew Barrymore star in the Danny DeVito black comedy Duplex. When the "sweet" old lady in their duplex turns out to be anything but, the new owners find themselves being driven to murder. The plot is pretty formulaic and includes a lot of the standard annoying neighbor tropes; playing the TV too loud, unruly pets, etc. And the characters aren't really all that sympathetic. But, Stiller does a good job with the physical comedy and there are some rather fun skits. Yet while it's entertaining at times, Duplex doesn't get the tone right and ends up being rather ugly and mean spirited.
(ag) wrote: just and easy cute movie
(mx) wrote: This wasn't as scary as I had imagined, but the storyline was still very entertaining. I only wish there had been a different ending.
(ca) wrote: I loved this movie and it helped to start singing
(jp) wrote: An emotionally draining, important film based on Larry Kramer's play - it's a true story. It dramatizes the early years of the AIDS epidemic, specifically in New York City. It shows how the gay community fought back against an uncaring government, and how also how the gay community was split on how to do this. Most of the performances are excellent, though I did have trouble with a couple. Julia Roberts is just Julia, no matter how hard she tries, and Jim Parsons, who is awesome as Sheldon on "The Big Bang Theory," unfortunately seems to be a bit one-note. Even he, though, has a scene where, if you don't cry, you don't have a soul. Like "Schindler's List" or "Saving Private Ryan," I don't care if I ever see this again - it's great, but it's almost unbearable to watch. As a piece of history, though, it's a must-see.
(nl) wrote: Sometimes a quote can recommend a movie more than my insufficient words: "You rat soup eatin' honkey muthafuckah!"