Childhood friends Tracy Lord and C.K. Dexter Haven got married and quickly divorced. Now Tracy is about to marry again, this time to a shrewd social-climbing businessman. Bing still loves her. Spy magazine blackmails Grace's family by threatening to reveal her playboy father's exploits if not allowed to cover the wedding.
- Stars:Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly, Frank Sinatra, Celeste Holm, John Lund, Louis Calhern, Sidney Blackmer, Louis Armstrong, Margalo Gillmore, Lydia Reed, Gordon Richards, Richard Garrick, Louis Armstrong and His Band,
- Director:Charles Walters,
- Writer:John Patrick (screenplay), Philip Barry (play)
C.K. Dexter-Haven, a successful popular jazz musician, lives in a mansion near his ex-wife's Tracy Lord's family estate. She is on the verge of marrying a man blander and safer than Dex, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
High Society torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Interesting look at the inner workings of a band and their battle with their record company. I always knew bands get a bad deal most of the time but it is truly shocking how bad. I was disappointed that the band decided to stay with EMI, of course there's that part of everyone that wanted to say "fuck this", but to grow as a band what could they do? I think even though the struggle was detrimental at the time it probably pushed this band to create a better record in the end. Not only are there some interviews with industry insiders and artists alike, there's also a little background information about the band themselves, not too much, but just enough to know that these guys are very genuine and creative. I think the record industry is dead, i don't know how it could be better, personally i like supporting musicians by crowd funding. They make their art, i get their CD or whatever - there's no middle man, of course this by far and most probably has limitations with distribution etc.
(mx) wrote: Watched Ferrari ki Sawari yesterday. A feel good family movie. The film was quite good, especially the performances were brilliant. Sharman Joshi and Boman Irani were amazing. Sharman Joshi did great in the movie. The child actor Ritvik is very good as well. He knows how to act. The sequences of the watchman and the servant of Sachin Tendulkar were funny. The politician's lighter cum dark side was good to watch as well. The songs were unnecessary. The only drawback of the movie.. its climax or the last 15-20 minutes. Its just very ordinary in the end. I expected something better. Only if the ending would have been better.. this would have been one of the very best of the year. Still, worth a watch. Watch it for Sharman Joshi. He is just too good in the movie. My Rating: 6.5/10 (would have given it a 7 if the ending was better)
(mx) wrote: Could not figure out what this movie was trying to be. It wasn't exactly full of action. And lots of the characters were really frustrating. It didn't have any elements of humour. Although some of the scenarios almost made me wince in pain. Especially the final shootout and the 'haunted' tree. I'm just not sure what anyone would get out of this movie... Its been awhile since I've seen a good HK movie and it seems like every one I see reaffirms my notion that HK cinema just isn't that great...
(au) wrote: Jamais aussi bon que le premier, mais tout de mme une suite trs bien russie. Klapisch a su garder la fraicheur et la spontanit du premier. Un feel good movie voir et revoir...
(ag) wrote: i had no idea this was even made lol
(fr) wrote: "Bulb, chord... Bugs wiggle on their backs. [hums beautifully] Legs high, ceiling drip. Cold distant sun"-Naomi Watts
(mx) wrote: very good, but in the end they didnt say whether or not she becomes a famous soap star, i wish that they had.
(au) wrote: The first 10 minutes are as close to pure happiness as has ever been put on film.
(ru) wrote: dumb but it's fun watching the cast when they were young.
(us) wrote: An annoying soap opera hidden by a mask of art.
(mx) wrote: While the plot seems going to left, it doesn't. Better than expected.