Working Girl

Working Girl

Witty, romantic look at life in the corporate jungle. Tess McGill is an ambitious secretary with a unique approach for climbing the ladder to success. When her classy, but villainous boss breaks a leg skiing, Tess takes over her office, her apartment and even her wardrobe. She creates a deal with a handsome investment banker that will either take her to the top, or finish her off for good.

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Working Girl torrent reviews

Caitlin L (it) wrote: It was good. Not my favorite movie.

Alan R (jp) wrote: definitely an original, worth checking out for my horror fans

Chris D (es) wrote: Unwatchable senselessness, pointless subplots, unrealistic game play and overall a huge disappointment considering the cast...this town takes their local hockey and themselves way too serious and I felt like I was watching 'Mystery, Alaska: Season Three' but missed the first two seasons.

Cameron K (nl) wrote: If only there was some way to release this film to the world, I know it would solve all our problems.

Gina B (es) wrote: Unexpected and unplanned "snob night's" poetic movie. I don't know why it should be a wrong movie and it's not, except the title.

Kelly B (nl) wrote: Brilliant in every way

Jeff Z (it) wrote: Lizabeth Scott! Dan Duryea! Arthur Kennedy! Don Defore! With a script by Roy Huggins! The only thing missing is Raymond Burr. Terrific film noir about a couple who accidently come up on $60,000 in small unmarked bills. Should they turn it in or keep it? Dan Dureyea wants it back. Very well done story with a lot of great twists and turns. Good location shooting at Union Station and other spots in Los Angeles. Kristine Miller is a little stiff as Kennedy's sister, but she is more of a classic beauty than the wicked Scott. A must-see for noir fans.