What a Way to Go!
This black comedy opens with Louisa Foster donating a multimillion dollar check to the IRS. The tax department thinks she's crazy and sends her to a psychiatrist. She then discusses her four marriages, in which all of her husbands became incredibly rich and died prematurely because of their drive to be rich.
- Stars:Shirley MacLaine, Paul Newman, Robert Mitchum, Dean Martin, Gene Kelly, Robert Cummings, Dick Van Dyke, Reginald Gardiner, Margaret Dumont, Lou Nova, Fifi D'Orsay, Maurice Marsac, Wally Vernon, Jane Wald, Lenny Kent,
- Director:J. Lee Thompson,
- Writer:Gwen Davis (story), Betty Comden (screenplay), Adolph Green (screenplay)
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What a Way to Go! torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: I like Neil Young but this was just tired. Would've much rather seen him live, or this at home.
(de) wrote: 4 Dumbass apres teens go into the wilds of new guniea and get what tehy deserve after torturing me for nearly an hour. If I ever met these people I would be tempted to eat them to shut them up.
(es) wrote: The summer before her freshmen year of college Caroline's character finds out that her friend Gloria is having an affair with Keith (David Boreanaz). Anytime Gloria is "babysitting" for Keith and his wife Sue she is actually having sex with Keith. Gloria being the fairy tale raised girl she is, is in love with Keith and believes that he loves her back. Caroline becomes curious as to what sex with an older man is like and decides to see if she can get Keith to sleep with her, which he does. Shortly there after thier good little Christian friend who is about to go off to boarding school for the next 4 to 5 years where sex is not allowed decides to have Keith be her first. All of this leads to the girls coming up with a pack to share Keith and the "babysitting" duty. Keith tries to talk the girls out of this and thinks it is insane but loses the battle since the girls will tell on him if he doesn't agree to the arrangement. And then the shit begins to hit the fan and maddness breaks loose.
(es) wrote: Well it took 6 of these fucking Leprechaun movies to come up w/ the best of the lot. Well maybe on a par w/ part 2 but it's a vast improvement over the shit that I had been subjecting myself to for the last week. I did enjoy all the drinking that I did while watching these but this one I probably needed a little bit of the kronic. Actually they all probably would have been better w/ some weed. No real reason to go back to the hood but if this series is now intended for a Ninja (that what they call nLggas in this) audience then why not cash in. Here's hoping it's the last of them
(ru) wrote: Decent Pre-Adolescent Flick
(us) wrote: A movie that definitely seemed to have a lot more power when I was younger. As I rewatch it as an adult the poor acting is evident, although not entirely unreasonable as it is clearly meant to be for kids. I still find it entertaining enough with the exception of Shaq's atrocious attempt at rapping. (First viewing - Childhood)
(it) wrote: Both perceptive and uproariously funny, "Dazed and Confused" captures the spirit of adolescence with an excellent grasp of the time period, talented young cast and superb soundtrack.
(de) wrote: an absolutely great movie to watch.. I love it.. really funny
(nl) wrote: i liked it because it showed Gene as a wonderful good samaritan. we all should be like that i think. i didnt like the idea that this race was very hard on the horses and on the rider also.
(kr) wrote: Michael Jayston plays a British Taxman, he suspect his hippy wife played by Mia Farrow is having an affair. The fun and romance begins when he hires a private eye played by Topol. Topol helps them to play game Follow Me.
(us) wrote: Super cheese, super stupid.
(ca) wrote: utterly predictable and shallow...these two hours of my life should've better spent somewhere else..i should watched Hitchcock's Psycho once again...oh, & the ending, not so scary, it was kinda predictable...
(es) wrote: a movie that makes you want to never hate Christmas and what it is all about.
(ca) wrote: This was good - think the reviews have been a bit harsh TBH. Reminded me of those Ealing comedies with the dark edge.