Kings Row

Kings Row

Five children in an apparently ideal American small town find their lives changing as the years pass near the turn of the century in 1900. Parris and Drake, both of whom have lost their parents, are best friends; Parris dreams of becoming a doctor, studying under the father of his sweetheart Cassie, while Drake plans on becoming a local businessman when he receives his full inheritance - juggling girlfriends in the meantime. As they become adults, the revelations of local secrets threaten to ruin their hopes and dreams.

The dark side and hypocrisy of provincial American life is seen through the eyes of five children as they grow to adulthood at the turn-of-the-century. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Kings Row torrent reviews

Peter J (au) wrote: Set in the 1970s and various other decades, this romantic comedy tells the love story of a differently abled couple. Overacting by Ranbir Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra are balanced out by beautiful cinematography, Chaplinesque slapstick and a light-hearted score.

Kavusigan S (de) wrote: For vadivelu this movie came a thumb up

Anna B (mx) wrote: Made me laugh a lot, though it probably would have worked better as a short film; sometimes the gag gets a little tiresome. I kind of hated the director character (in a bad way, he was annoying and the actor was very unconvincing, especially in a mockumentary) but his presence did lead to one hilarious smash cut. It's all dumb as hell, but pretty entertaining.

cli o (de) wrote: no thanks not my kinda thing

WS W (jp) wrote: What a guilty pleasure! You can list out 100 reasons to dislike this film (for its small-scale, hybrid, fragmented) but you can't deny it is truly entertaining. The duo Woody Harrelson & Antonio Banderas are amazing, Harrelson in particular.

Frank P (fr) wrote: It seems better now than it did then.

Jesse T (nl) wrote: A reasonably well made thriller with lots of snow and darkness. The plot was a bit derivative, and the outcome not unpredictable, but well filmed with a good scary atmosphere about it. Nice location shooting and sets.

Christopher S (ru) wrote: Gualteiro Jacopetti and Franco Prosperi's exploitation classic set the mold for the "mondo" genre and remains one of the best. An exhilarating whirl of lurid sensationalism (though horrifically dated in its cultural attitudes) told with surprisingly inventive and witty editing and camerawork, all set to Riz Ortolani's superb score. Jacopetti and Prosperi would get more ambitious with their later mondo efforts, but this is a classic of its kind.

Steve G (ca) wrote: It's so great to see the king & Colbert back together 6 years after 'It Happened One Night,' and a year after the monstrous success of 'Gone With The Wind.' My first Hedy Lamarr film. Long overdue. This must infuriate environmentalists...which, in turn, makes me jubilant. The oil fire was very well filmed. Great drama. I never realized just how great a performer Tracy was. He's so effortless & understated, that it can be easily missed. But truly, his performance is magnificent. Colbert is excellent too. And Gable is just his usual superstar self. There were a few nods to 'It Happened One Night' & 'Gone With The Wind,' which I absolutely adored. In a way, the most touching unrequited love story of all. The high-speed fight scenes are kind of unintentionally funny-looking. Tracy's last speech resonates, especially today.

Kara H (fr) wrote: Real life possibilities proving that what comes around goes around, and it's your choice which direction it will usually go.

Abraham B (it) wrote: Great movie. NEEDS A SEQUEL PLEASE!

Jian G (it) wrote: Although Snatch is superficially stylized, has a disjointed plot, as well as drab cinematography, its comedic moments and unique characters still make it an enjoyable watch.

William W (us) wrote: A very interesting movie that I'm glad I took the time to finally watch. Garbo is simply mesmerizing and seems to be on her own planet. Weird that so many of the stars turned down the roles at first and had to be coaxed/persuaded to take part--they're absolutely perfect. It's excellent at capturing a moment in time, with people at vastly different life circumstances, at a top hotel in Germany's greatest city, between the two great wars. Enthusiastically recommended.