Drowning Mona

Drowning Mona

The recently deceased Mona Dearly (Bette Midler) was many things: an abusive wife, a domineering mother, a loud-mouthed neighbor and a violent malcontent. So when her car and corpse are discovered in the Hudson River, police Chief Wyatt Rash (Danny DeVito) immediately suspects murder rather than an accident. But, since the whole community of Verplanck, N.Y., shares a deep hatred for this unceasingly spiteful woman, Rash finds his murder investigation overwhelmed with potential suspects.

When a woman drives a car into the river to her death, everyone in town becomes a suspect. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Drowning Mona torrent reviews

Andy F (jp) wrote: Charming piece of Woody Allen whimsy. It's brilliantly acted, very funny in places and paints a picture of London how it should be... and is, if you can find it.

Valerie L (ca) wrote: A person's will to live can be so extraordinary that it will never cease to amaze me. The terrain they went through, from snow to desert and snow again till they get to India is superbly captured in this film. My only complaint is their accents...thank goodness for subtitles on the DVD.

Tyler V (es) wrote: Could not really get into it..

Rachael H (it) wrote: UGH. It's not playing in my area...I guess I have to wait until it comes out on DVD...MERDE!

Private U (ag) wrote: some very beautiful bits but mostly pretentious and nonsensical.

Julieta F (jp) wrote: lovely, it made me cry

Private U (it) wrote: ^^ haha staa bn fumadaaa xD

dinki (it) wrote: One of my favorite movies EVER!

Bill T (nl) wrote: I remember seeing this one either when it released in the theatre (doubtful) or when it came out on video (more likely) and beng absolutely unimpressed with it. If I can recall, this was getting some great reviews and feedback, so I saw it, and I remember just overcome at how lame it was. Soooo, I gave it a second go around yesterday, and my feelings haven't changed. John Lithgow could do so much better.

Greg W (us) wrote: kinda creepy in a robbing the cradle sort of way

Jimmy P (gb) wrote: What more can I say? Just good stupid violent fun.