Baby Needs a New Pair of Shoes

Baby Needs a New Pair of Shoes

An epic battle rages lawn on the streets of Harlem between Italian mobsters and black gangsters. The battles are intense, the more each side tries to oust another. Both groups use their best killers. Since it is a brutal gangster transvestites to be careful who kills with his high-heeled shoes ...

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Baby Needs a New Pair of Shoes torrent reviews

Shahraie A (mx) wrote: #EarthtoEcho is like JJ Abram's #Super8 with a smaller cast and a friendly alien. The bad guys weren't convincing enough though(3.5/5Scales)

Lora Wilkinson W (au) wrote: I loved this movie! Finally, there are good Christian movie options.

Jeffrey G (mx) wrote: A surprisingly pro-palestinian movie distributed by the Weinstein Company? Politics aside, this is a touching movie about how the war touches the lives of everyday people. You know that for Willem Dafoe and Vanessa Redgrave to lend their names to an art movie (where they must have worked for little or nothing), they must believe in the story, the director, or perhaps both. This is simple story telling at it's best. Time to read the book too, perhaps.

Mari V (ca) wrote: me encanto el final! Anda!! anda!!!

Brian T (it) wrote: this was a really good movie

Randy P (mx) wrote: It teases the brain by confusing you with its trickery of dialogue.Like every david lynch movie, it mesmerizes and sends chills up your spine when it doesn't mean too.

Alicja K (fr) wrote: ok, well i've taken a little while to get around to watching this movie... but i think i had to wait for the right mood to watch it. A quiet film that is very touching.

Ameena M (au) wrote: Predictable...but I thought Natasha Richardson's performance and accent was great. I also think it's interesting that Mia Farrow got to play a role written specifically for her mother, Maureen O'Sullivan. It must have been a special role for her.

D M (it) wrote: A pair of brothers who witness their serial-killing uncle's death by police when they were just kids, dig up his body years later. They now own a 50s-style diner which serves vegetarian and health food. Upon their now resurrected uncle's (well his brain and eyes in a jar) advice, they decide serve an an ancient Luminarian feast which consists of eating humans in order to bring back the goddess Shitar. This tries so hard to be funny, but is about as effective as any Troma feature. Grossness for grossness' sake; there are so many better of this style (see my list and reviews). Skip it.

Ravi N (gb) wrote: Brilliant and still awesome after 30 years

Aaron G (ru) wrote: Back when horror was fun.

Nate T (us) wrote: Art House "horror" farce is the best way to describe this. A must-watch... This should be made available on Blu-ray in the US.

Katie B (us) wrote: An enjoyable film about the love and adventures of life partners. The best screenplay about marriage that I've been introduced to of late. The costume styles and various vehicles really set the visual tone for the entire film. I love the editing sequences of the different stages of the couple's relationship and of course, the Henry Mancini theme song: a very bittersweet melody.

David F (nl) wrote: Kind-Spirited and Melancholic. Insightful and Genuine. Wonderfully Cast.