Breakfast at Tiffany's
Fortune hunter Holly Golightly finds herself captivated by aspiring writer Paul Varjak, who's moved into her building on a wealthy woman's dime. As romance blooms between Paul and Holly, Doc Golightly shows up on the scene, revealing Holly's past.
- Stars:Audrey Hepburn, George Peppard, Patricia Neal, Buddy Ebsen, Martin Balsam, José Luis de Vilallonga, John McGiver, Alan Reed, Dorothy Whitney, Beverly Powers, Stanley Adams, Claude Stroud, Elvia Allman, Orangey, Mickey Rooney,
- Director:Blake Edwards,
- Writer:Truman Capote (based on the novel by), George Axelrod (screenplay)
A young New York socialite becomes interested in a young man who has moved into her apartment building. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Breakfast at Tiffany's torrent reviews
(de) wrote: It was quite a good film, albeit a little shallow. The love was not convincing enough at times, it was also hard to believe the addiction and the way Paul was still able to keep a job. The sex was hot, though :)
(mx) wrote: "Nature Calls" 10 Scale Rating: 0.5 (Historically Bad) ...The Good: I typically like this cast. They didn't deliver here, but I do usually like them ...The Bad: Everything. I'm not sure how this got past the planning stage and while they were filming it they had to know how awful this was. Considering the over the top acting, it is possible that they did realize it and just tried to have fun with it. If Tooth Fairy 2 had never been made, this would have been the worst movie of 2012.
(fr) wrote: I enjoyed this movie a lot. It is fun and exciting with some good comic relief. The special effects were good and the suspense was palpable. I don't love the way it was filmed, but it did give it a different, kind of interesting feel to it. I'd recommend it.
(us) wrote: i like these guys and it makes my husband laugh too
(us) wrote: Some excellent filmmaking brings the dreams to life, but the story about a guy with severe brain issues convincing himself he's in love doesn't quite captivate.
(br) wrote: overall not too bad,good performances
(ag) wrote: Cate Blanchett is why I want to see this movie
(au) wrote: Blah. Nothing special or new about this one.
(au) wrote: A wasted bore of decent potential.
(de) wrote: The opening scenes are so ludicrous it's hard to keep watching. The massive gunfight in the pressurised aircraft the miraculously undamaged 747 (despite sliding off runway and hitting a plethora of airfield objects) followed by the shortest takeoff in history only a helicopter could hope to match. Dribble dribble dribble
(gb) wrote: It misses a lot of Hendrix's character and has a handful of inaccuracies. But I think Andre 3000 is totally worth watching.
(au) wrote: A delightful movie. One of the most nostalgic for me.
(ag) wrote: Somewhat fair adaption of the Guy Endore novel lifts the story from its original French setting into the Spanish countryside where the backdrop of the Catholisim is heavy and generates some interesting background for the movie. Oliver Reed as a werewolf is worth the price of admission alone, although his inner beast is not unleashed until fairly late into the movie. Nonetheless, the make-up is an interesting take, with an emphasis on the ears, although the body make-up is less successful. Terrence Fisher holds back on the reveal of the monster, teasing us until the last 2o minutes of the movie. After that, the monster is leaping and climbing all around the stock Hammer sets; some good stunt work to be seen here. The melodrama is pretty standard for Hammer horror, well acted by the cast. The movie lifts one of the more unique aspects of the novel, the notion of the child werewolf who hunts by night but thinks he is dreaming. The part where the young boy talks about tasting the blood is chilling on screen as it is on the page. I have to admit, I was disappointed the first time I saw this movie years ago but a second viewing has the movie growing on me now.