Broadway producer Johnny Demming courts big-name talent for his upcoming musical show, oblivious to the talent all around him, in his family and friends. When Johnny finally lands Hollywood star Helen Hoyt for his cast, Helen herself tries opening Johnny's eyes to the talents of his dad and sister. But Johnny remains adamant. Will his family and friends launch their own show, in competition with Johnny's?
- Stars:George Murphy, Ginny Simms, Charles Winninger, Gloria DeHaven, Nancy Walker, Ben Blue, Lena Horne, Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson, Hazel Scott, Kenny Bowers, Aggie Ross, Elmira Ross, Maggie Ross, Dean Murphy, Louis Mason,
- Director:Roy Del Ruth,
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Broadway Rhythm torrent reviews
(es) wrote: 500 mph storm has all the excitement and energy of an old man crossing the street just before hip replacement surgery. The acting though is absolutely top shelf - I am assuming that the top shelf is where they keep the bad actors. And while I may not fully understand the science behind hurricanes and tornadoes, I am guessing that neither does the person who wrote the script.
(gb) wrote: i think it so funny! as cooL!
(au) wrote: As an accounting graduate from university, I have not stopped hearing about the Enron scandal of the late 1990's and early 2000's. As also an individual of integrity, I had not even imagined how disgusted I would be with people associated with this situation. Enron, a Texas based energy company run by Kenneth Lay, who drove the company's value up by heavily contributing to the alteration of the organization's financials, over valuating assets, revenue, and share prices, along with everything else. Essentially, many stock brokers and corporate employees, such as directors, vice presidents, and other high ranking officials, cashed in on the hideous, easily combustible situation. Thorough indeed is how the situation is documented and directed by Alex Gibney and narrated very nicely by Peter Coyote. It is particularly awful that an accounting firm called Arthur Andersen, which was founded by the namesake more than five decades before, went out of business due to their unethical acts of alteration associated with this company. The founder, who is long deceased, must be rolling over in his grave. I had never known that the CEO was associated with the Bush family (makes me wonder of George H.W. Bush's presidency). What is sadder is CEO Lay committed suicide in 2006, a year after this documentary was released and two years after he was arrested for corruption. Definitely a riveting film, highly suggested for all, especially those in business related careers.
(ca) wrote: no clear indication of links between apparently random stories. if this is a cross-section of israeli life i might rethink making aliya! of course, I know better, given the other amazing pieces of cinema that has come out of that country capturing its essence. this just isn't one of them, despite having its moments.
(br) wrote: A very bad, bad, bad movie. Hated it when I was younger.
(us) wrote: One of the few poorly reviewed movies I really enjoy. Charlie Sheen is funny, plot is full of surprises, Kinski is hot, and the stunts were great for a movie out of 1994. How it got 14% on rotten tomatoes is beyond me. It's really entertaining. Up there with Point Break, Stakeout.
(ca) wrote: Lyrical Silly Charm--So '80s it almost hurts!!
(au) wrote: Riktigt bra "Vietnam-film". Fregngaren till Full Metal Jacket =)
(ru) wrote: Catherine (Linda Miller) and her young daughters Alice (Paula E. Sheppard) and Karen (Brooke Shields) attend St. Michael's Parish, run by Father Tom (Rudolph Willrich). While Karen is the picture-perfect child, Alice is more of a wild child, threatening her sister and doing other bad things.On the day of Karen's first Communion, she is brutally murdered in the church, and the police suspect Alice, especially after her Aunt is attacked, and she said Alice did it (it was someone dressed in Alice's yellow rain slicker and grinning mask).Alice is sent to a psychiatric hospital, but the murders don't stop. Soon it becomes clear that someone is out to destroy the family, but for what reason?This was Brooke Shield's first feature film, and everyone talks about it as such. But she was only in the film for about ten minutes total, the main focus of the film centers around Alice and her family, and how murder seems to surround them. I enjoyed the mystery of the film, but the acting had a lot to be desired. Looking into it, I saw that a lot of the actors had done live plays before, and their performances expressed that, as they often seemed too over-the-top. Plus the quality of the film left much to be desired.
(ag) wrote: This is a historical document; watch it as a fan of early punk and new wave, not as a fan of cinema.
(jp) wrote: Very underrated . 5% seriously Rotten Tomatoes ?
(fr) wrote: The Lone Ranger is bombarded by loud, over-the-top action scenes and explosions that would make Michael Bay blush.