While at a ski lodge, Larry Blake sees instructor Karin Borg and decides to sign up for private lessons. The next thing he knows, she is Mrs. Blake. When he announces that he is going back to work on his magazine in New York the next day, Karin refuses to go with him. She later comes to New York, buys expensive clothes, and goes to meet him when she sees he is with old flame Griselda. Caught by Blake's business partner, O.O. Miller, before she can leave, she explains that she is really Karin's twin sister Katherine. Hard to believe, but that is what she tries to make everyone, including Larry, believe. Larry, however, has serious doubts, but plays the game to the hilt as the worldly Katherine tries to take him away from both Griselda and Karin.
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Two-Faced Woman torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Brilliant portrayal of Serbian youth in its decadency and the hard-core realism of Serbian cultural degradation over the last 15 to 20 years. Very well acted and beautifully written and directed.
(kr) wrote: I've seen Troll 2 and it really is bad, I don't get why some people are dedicating so much of their time repeat watching it, and this documentary didn't really explain it. You just come away with the impression that the fans are weirdos who think they are admired for their odd taste in movies. What this documentary is worth watching for, however, is for the seeing what happened to the cast of Troll 2. You can conduct some serious psychological character study into the director, and several of the cast members, who have clearly always been (or have gone) weird. Some of them actually think that Troll 2 was a good film and can't understand why people call it the worst movie ever made. Put them in a room with a conference of people who are celebrating it's atrocious production values and watch what happens. This part of the film is fascinating. Oh what Werner Herzog could have done with these subjects I ponder.
(ag) wrote: cheaply made but has something more than the usual footie hooligan film that of the odd friendship of the 2 main leads. Worth a watch.
(mx) wrote: my favorite movie ever
(de) wrote: Back in the days of prime Pixar. This is a fantastic animated picture. The voice cast is brilliant, John Goodman, Billy Crystal and Steve Buscemi really bring the characters to life. I'm sure you know what the best part of the film is, the relationship between Sully and Boo watching it develop is incredibly touching and tear-jerking but there is a lot of comedy in and around it too. Pixar cater for adults as well as kids beautifully like they always do.
(it) wrote: Great, if highly exaggerated, film based on the "Bank Robbery Capital of the World" (thanks, geography). Even as a local (aka "toonie"), I still find this laughable. Jeremy Renner's "Jem" steals the show.Note: there are 2 versions of the film. The Theatrical Version & the Director's Cut. The theatrical is heavily edited while the director's cut is based more on the book.
(gb) wrote: Good prequel is fun for all ages! Ages 6+
(us) wrote: I did not really like this movie.
(au) wrote: Grand moment de cinma !
(br) wrote: After their ship is sunk by Germans during World War II, a number of survivors battle the elements and each other for survival. Very suspenseful, and claustrophobic thriller is Hitchcock in top form. Some very forward thinking moments in this film made while the war still raged on.
(mx) wrote: The self-seriousness, the cheesy dialogue, the barbaric violence - do they work? Yes, they do.
(de) wrote: The camerawork is masterful, and Mr. Williams' creates a disturbed character that is as chilling as he is sympathetic.