The Taming of the Shrew
Adapted from Shakespeare's play: Baptista Minola, a wealthy resident of Padua, is the father of Katherine and Bianca. The younger daughter, Bianca, is charming and has many suitors. But her father will not allow Bianca to be married until her older sister, who is notoriously quarrelsome and bad-tempered, is married first. When Petruchio comes from Verona to Padua in search of a wife, he hears of this situation, and he accepts the challenge of trying to woo and marry the ill-natured Katherine.
In sixteenth century Padua, Hortensio loves Bianca, the youngest daughter of Baptista. But Baptista will not allow the two to get married until his eldest daughter, the extremely headstrong... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Taming of the Shrew torrent reviews
(de) wrote: I'm not sure if Santa Buddies is more insulting to dogs, children, Christmas, or intelligence, so I've decided it's offensive to all four in equal measure. The puppies act like annoying, spoiled two-year-olds, which are in themselves caricatures of children; the effects are atrocious and so is the acting; the story is incredibly cliche. The only reason this film gets a star at all is because, despite my anger over the personalities of the dogs, I must admit they were rather cute when they had no lines. Overall, though, this film should be avoided at all costs. If you want to see Christmas-related dogs act cute, just type that in on YouTube. Surely that would provide far more entertainment and satisfaction than watching this would.
(kr) wrote: where on earth did it all go?
(nl) wrote: Honestly, there was nothing redeeming about this movie so I don't even know why I gave it a full star-and-a-half. I guess Aguilera tries hard and doesn't come out of this looking horrible but everything else about this film is half-baked and lazy. There's barely anything "burlesque" about this entire movie as it just ends up amounting to Christina doing a bunch of songs that she would normally do. What was up with Cher's awful solo number? Or Christina's incredibly bad wig (before she was asked to start wearing a wig in the film...yeah..)? Or how about Alan Cumming's ridiculously stupid musical number where he goes head-first into a woman's crotch and makes a "P.U." face and then everyone in the audience thinks it's the funniest fucking thing they've ever heard.Also... the WORST SEX SCENE IN ANY MOVIE EVER.Like I said, Aguilera is decent and that's about it. How this turd ended up getting nominated for Golden Globes I will NEVER understand.
(jp) wrote: Maybe goes wrong with part of the second and third acts but the appaloosa has Marlon Brando and others who make a great job in a movie with exelent cinematography of the old west
(ag) wrote: Pas mauvais ;) Dcidment, Guillaume n'est pas humain mais un chimpanz !
(au) wrote: hey! where did my rating go for this!!?? oh well, ill rate it again...its what i thought it would be. made for TV movie, for the NBC network or something. i was so excited to see it when it first aired lol. it was funny and since i love sharks its all good. i bought it when it was on sale for cheap. go watch it if you want to not be scared...i think im gonna take it with me on my vacation to florida and watch it lolll
(de) wrote: Es de las peliculas con las que mas he llorado en mi vida.
(kr) wrote: I've read about everything that has happened on this film. It's just so sad that this is Heathers last film.
(ca) wrote: JoBeth Williams is nastay.
(nl) wrote: The best part was the first 3 minutes in which the screen is just black and the voiceover dramatically protects you, the viewer, from any avatars of evil, black magic, witchery, etc (for 3 long minutes) that you see in the movie.