Girl 6

Girl 6

Girl 6 is a 1996 American film by director Spike Lee about a phone sex operator. Theresa Randle played the title character, and playwright Suzan-Lori Parks wrote the screenplay. The soundtrack is composed entirely of songs written by Prince. The film was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1996 Cannes Film Festival. Directors Quentin Tarantino and Ron Silver make cameo appearances as film directors at a pair of interesting auditions.

This Spike Lee film examines the life of an aspiring actress in New York. She is upset by the treatment of women in the movie industry during one of her screen tests with 'QT'. Out of work ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Girl 6 torrent reviews

Nishlank J (jp) wrote: "Courageous and unsparing in its view of contemporary China"

Kjell B (ca) wrote: This movie will eventually go down as a comedy classic, maybe cult classic...mark my words internet! Will Forte plays this goofball Macgyver like character brilliantly and made me laugh hardily. With nods to the classics like Rambo and other cheesy action hero movies. Watch it don't go by the lame people who don't get it and you'll be pleased.

Jesse O (br) wrote: Pretty damn good movie overall. As with a lot of movies it drags a bit in the middle but it's got a solid story of a man trying to redeem himself and turn over a new leaf, great performance from Stellan and some very funny moments (with probably some of the funniest sex scenes I've ever seen). I'd recommend it, it's a very good movie with some flaws.

Chuck L (au) wrote: Great film, not sure why critics paned it so much.

Amanda P (us) wrote: Beautifully done, but why do it? Robison Devor is a fantastic director with exceedingly strange taste in material.

Pete G (ca) wrote: Gangster film with abit of feeling

Taylor B (nl) wrote: As a kid growing up, Thomas was my childhood iconic. I loved this when I was little but after looking at it again 17 years later I can understand why some people didn't really think much about this film. Storyline was a bit bland and I think this was one of Alec Baldwin's low point films because he didn't take the role very seriously and his acting was awful. One scene had him talking to a Baseball Bat and a Beach Ball which was not even needed and completely random. Could have been a whole lot better but even adding acting legend Peter Fonda couldn't bring this film to a box office hit by any means.

Juli N (fr) wrote: Amatuerish production with stellar performances by Philip Seymour Hoffman and Robert De Niro!

Ben V (jp) wrote: Good movie with great music

Shawn W (jp) wrote: Five young adults go camping in the mountains and cross a pair of inbred brothers who reduce the number of passengers for the RV ride home. One of the films that helped establish stereotypes for the horror genre. Better than Friday the 13th.

Stephen C (gb) wrote: I think I've seen this movie, but I may be thinking of another. Either way, it brought back vague, unpleasant memories of an atrocious script and horrid Andy Griffith acting in a film that should never have been made.

Dave J (au) wrote: Thursday, November 25, 2010 (1947) Trail Street WESTERN Always in good guy roles Randolph Scott as Batt Masterson coming into the film 20 minutes into town to settle dispute between some crooked cattleman and honest farmers in old American Kansas! Although they're other films that have similar plots such as this one, and as an older b/w film, this one has a great build up, no gullible characters but does consist of some predictability with the good guys winning at the end! Robert Ryan also stars! 3 out of 4

Greg W (ru) wrote: good pre-code actioner

Maelin A (gb) wrote: This one moved me in so many ways I forgot it was an animation