Through the Back Door
A young Belgian girl (Mary Pickford), raised by her longtime nanny, flees Europe at the advent of World War I and travels to America to find her real mother. This 1921 melodrama, co-directed by Alfred E. Green and Jack Pickford, also stars Gertrude Astor, John Harron, Helen Raymond and Adolphe Menjou.
- Stars:Mary Pickford, Gertrude Astor, Wilfred Lucas, Helen Raymond, C. Norman Hammond, Elinor Fair, Adolphe Menjou, Peaches Jackson, Doreen Turner, John Harron, George Dromgold, Jeanne Carpenter,
- Director:Alfred E. Green, Jack Pickford,
When her mother remarries, a young Belgian girl is left behind with her nurse, but when Germany invades the country, she is sent to America to find her mother. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Through the Back Door torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Best Italian farce since decades in the style of Mario Monicello comedy. Hilarious
(kr) wrote: I'm so in love with this movie right now!
(es) wrote: Interesting theme, awesome movie.
(us) wrote: I cant beleive i spent money on this movie.
(ru) wrote: The one that really started it all. Even parodying parodies, Scary Movie is regularly a good bit of fun, but also really annoying.
(it) wrote: Not enough of you out there have seen this. Great movie. Pretty funny too.
(de) wrote: 3 stories by Richard Matheson with Karen Black in each story. The most successful one is the voodoo doll story.
(nl) wrote: Was good fun with some good dialogues and some good action too..
(us) wrote: "Scarface" is without a doubt my all-time favorite movie. Here are five reasons why:1. I love the concept of it. The fact that this movie had a crime style with drama made it so unique.2. The acting is so brilliant. Al Pachino is one of my favorite actors, and I think he was the perfect choice for the role of Tony Montana. His voice, attitude, and his overall acting for his character all worked out really smoothly. Also, the rest of the cast did a great job.3. The story was very unique. This is one of those movies where the story is somewhat hard to explain, but it will always be understandable.4. The ending was very awesome that it is actually my favorite part of the whole movie. I really loved how they ended this movie with a massive shootout and it was another thing that worked out perfectly.5. The quote; "Say hello to my little friend" is what makes this movie so unforgettable.I do not care that this movie has loads of violence, swearing, and the fact that this movie is nearly 3 hours long. The fact of the matter is this movie is so outstanding that nothing can beat it. I obviously recommend it (only if you have not seen it)."Scarface" may be a movie that a lot of people have seen and heard about, but this movie will always a huge masterpiece classic
(br) wrote: I don't know how to feel about this film. 4 and 5 will always be at the top of my Star Wars list while 1 and 2 will always be at the bottom, but I'm not quite sure where to place 6, 3, and 7. 6 Has that classic Star Wars vibe, but it also had some stupid prequel esque things in it such as the Ewoks. I also didn't see why Leia had to be Luke's sister, it just felt a little random and out-of-nowhere. It was also strange how there was another Death Star. Just repeating a big beat from the last film (as seems to be a trend in Star Wars now). The acting also didn't feel quite as genuine when Luke was talking with Vader, Obi-Wan, and Leia. I don't know, I think the dialogue he had to work with was just kinda robotic like a lot of the dialogue in the prequels and that was reflected in Luke's acting. Overall it's good, but it's also almost like a warning of what was to come. The best moments are easily the beginning and the end with the end being the highlight of the film. The end battle is honestly what puts the film (alongside 3 and 7) between episodes 4 and 2 for me. But whatever, I'll give it a 3.5/5
(jp) wrote: Complete disbelief, you have to go see it!
(br) wrote: A few comic moments and clever twists keep this just about watchable but unfortunately the chemistry and direction means that overall the film just drags a bit more than it should.