Annie Get Your Gun

Annie Get Your Gun

This film adaptation of Irving Berlin's classic musical stars Betty Hutton as gunslinger Annie Oakley, who romances fellow sharpshooter Frank Butler (Howard Keel) as they travel with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Previously off target when it comes to love, Annie proves you can get a man with a gun in this battle-of-the-sexes extravaganza, which features timeless numbers like "Anything You Can Do" and "There's No Business Like Show Business."

The story of the great sharpshooter, Annie Oakley, who rises to fame while dealing with her love/professional rival, Frank Butler. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Annie Get Your Gun torrent reviews

Michael K (br) wrote: Entertaining. Reminded me of a flip version of Zach & Miri. I wouldn't consider this more then a "its on one of my cable channels" that you would sit and watch.

Shalu P (es) wrote: very good film, special effects are amazing & visual effects are great.

Wiebke K (it) wrote: Simply a beautiful and lovely movie, with some interesting flashbacks built in. Don't worry too much about not understanding the Norwegian or German because there are no sub titles -- most of it just sounds like Norwegian or German -- though my favorite (and real) word of the movie is splitterfasernackt.

Manny C (es) wrote: There's no denying Annette Bening can act, she was robbed of a just Oscar win for her fabulous performance in last year's The Kids Are All Right. Before that she garnered an Oscar nod for this film, in which she lays it on way too thick. Her role as Julia Lambert, an aging London stage actress circa 1938, Bening does a performance that is akin to taking Oscar by the pants and undoing its zipper. She tries so hard to make Julia likable that it's hard to really care for her, despite that fact her husband (Jeremy Irons) cheats on her, as does her lover (Bruce Greenwood) and a young American (Shaun Evans) who she actually falls in love with. Since Being Julia is adapted from a Somerset Maugham novel, 1937's Theatre, it should be better, but sadly it isn't. Screenwriter Ronald Harwood (The Pianist) and Hungarian director Istvan Szabo (Sunshine) drowns Bening in a role that demands no emotion, only emoting.

Brad S (kr) wrote: What exactly does the title mean? What is Lantana? Anyways this movie is actually kind of complex and works on several different levels. First the movie is about marriage and three couples struggling to keep their marriage together. It's also about a missing person. The pacing of the movie is pretty slow and if you're not careful could lull you to sleep. Other than that the movie is actually half way decent.

Nol D (de) wrote: Edgar Allan Poe's surely turning, rolling & thrashing in his grave at this atrocity.

Steen T (ag) wrote: Something Frank Genley (Van Heflin) did during the war comes back to haunt him in the shape of a limping, menacing Robert Ryan. Desperate to protect himself and his wife (a very fetching Janet Leigh), Genley dives into the seedy underbelly of Los Angeles but finds that a cure to his problems will only lead to more problems. Haunting portrayal of guilt and war-time ethics, and visually one of the most brilliant film noirs I've ever seen; this is right up there with Out of the Past and Laura. Not to be missed. Director Fred Zinnemann is probably best known for High Noon and The Day of the Jackal, but this movie deserves equal recognition. Warner has done the usual excellent job of restoring image and sound, and this almost sixty years old film looks better on DVD than most movies fifty years younger.

Jeff Z (it) wrote: Very few onscreen couples have the kind of chemistry Powell and Loy had together. In between "Thin Man" movies, MGM teamed them for this comedy where Loy is the snooty rich girl and Powell the Bohemian painter who tries to get her to fall in love with him by pretending he wants to marry her sister. Wacky, screwball fun and also a sort of "all-star detective rally" movie. In addtion to Nick and Nora of the "Thin Man" series, their butler is played by Sideny Toler who went on to play Charlie Chan and their housekeeper is played by Mary Gordon who played the housekeeper at 221B Baker Street in the Sherlock Holmes series. Laurel & Hardy foil Edgar Kennedy and three stooges wannabe Mousie Gardner add to the fun.

Peter J (de) wrote: An excellent movie, it captures what life is like in a country town and the characters and cast are very rich and varied. Jackie Weaver's role was the only disappointment. Michael Caton was so believable. Go along, it is a good movie