The Paper

The Paper

Henry Hackett is the editor of a New York City tabloid. He is a workaholic who loves his job, but the long hours and low pay are leading to discontent. Also, publisher Bernie White faces financial straits, and has hatchetman Alicia Clark, Henry's nemesis, impose unpopular cutbacks.

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The Paper torrent reviews

Adrian V (nl) wrote: very family-friendly, but being a french film, loses something in (i am assuming) translation. Dylan really liked it. Good musical numbers.

Shadow L (ru) wrote: Not a bad film at all. It carried you on the story's journey and the character's are interesting. I really enjoyed the movie and liked the way the plot unfolded though it was a little slow moving.

Davis W (au) wrote: Hot Predator, Ooh My God......

Stuart K (kr) wrote: By the mid-1980's, Francis Ford Coppola's career was in the toilet, having nearly been driven to bankruptcy by One From The Heart (1982), and with it nearly happened again on The Cotton Club (1984). Here, Coppola made a smaller film, pitched somewhere between American Graffiti (1973) and Back to the Future (1985), a beautifully nostalgic comedy-drama about revisiting your youth. Peggy Sue Bodell (Kathleen Turner) attends her 25 year High School reunion, revisiting old friends Maddy (Joan Allen), Carol (Catherine Hicks), Walter (Jim Carrey) and Richard (Barry Miller). Peggy Sue is wary about going, because her husband Charlie (Nicolas Cage) is due to be there, and she's in the process of divorcing him. Peggy Sue ends up fainting at the reunion, and she wakes up to find herself back in 1960, where all her friends were younger, and they're still in high school. While Peggy Sue is clearly confused by what's just happened, she uses it to right some of the wrongs of her life, and falls in love with Charlie all over again. This is the sort of film Coppola should be making, and it's the film that One From The Heart should have been. It has some brilliant performances in it, and a good soundtrack of pop classics and a touching score by John Barry. Peggy Sue Got Married is a film with a lot of charm and heart.

Augustine H (kr) wrote: A classic? Honestly, I can't stand the garrulous dialogues.

Timothy M (ag) wrote: Damn, there's a masterpiece in here somewhere. Or maybe there never was, since Columbia downgraded Peckinpah's budged just before shooting it, turning it into a gritty Panavision pic, rather than a sweeping 70mm epic. Still, what Peckinpah managed to pull off is very impressive, and hugely entertaining. Heston's work here is very good, playing off a more impressive Richard Harris - a titanic battle of wills similar to another Heston "failure" from '65, Reed's [i]The Agony and the Ecstasy[/i]. What a shame it is that the rest of Peckinpah's footage, including his trademark slow-mo action scenes, are apparently lost for all time.

Alaine B (jp) wrote: Has its ups and downs. Way ahead of its time (in the U.S.). Sometimes aggravating, but worth at least one watching.

Pennylane I (jp) wrote: Do not watch this horrible movie....unless you want to see what a movie with a horrible story editing and acting looks like....although if you want a good laugh go for it....hope its free