Korol Parizha

Korol Parizha

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:63 minutes
  • Release:1917
  • Language:
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

This film was the latest work of Yevgeni Bauer. At work on the film previous, For Happiness (ru: «За счастьем») Bauer broke his leg, and he shot his latest film while in his chair, but soon fell ill with pneumonia. He began shooting in early summer of 1917.[1] But he was soon placed in Yalta hospital and 9 June 1917 he died. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Korol Parizha torrent reviews

Joseph N (nl) wrote: So damn disappointed!! From a classic to a piece of Shit in a few years time, still trying to figure out how it went to such shit

Kiara G (fr) wrote: it was a good family movie

Paul J (br) wrote: A pretty fair assessment of Apple, Inc.'s progress, growth and eventual mainstream success. Has some rather amusing revelations, such as the evolution of the boot chime, and interviews with former employees including one who didn't really enjoy the experience. Not really geeky, should be approachable from the mainstream.

Lisa W (ru) wrote: Boring. Not funny. Netflix calls this a comedy. It's not.

Gunny A (ag) wrote: rubbish, what was i thinking giving it a chance ?

Liriano Antonio V (nl) wrote: Una pelicula excepcional,fantstica.Esta historia nos narra la vida de dos seres desconocidos que se enamoran y creen que slo el amor es necesario para llevar una vida juntos,pues al mudarse se dan cuenta que no es as,aqui se pone de manifiesto una vez ms que en una relacin de pareja la comunicacin, el respeto y la confianza, son parte fundamental en la permanencia esa unin. .Estraordinario drama romantico.

Dave J (de) wrote: Friday, June 29, 2012 (1995) Under Siege 2: Dark Territory ACTION Almost has the same amount of action of the very first "Under Siege" movie with more terrorists hijacking a train this time, but this time with his niece this time played by a rather young Katherine Heigl and Seagal will do whatever it takes to save her. Again, the martial arts is not as exciting as his other films since it still feels too confined. 2.5 out of 4

Eduardo C (us) wrote: Such a great movie, a small 80s gem, when nuclear war fear was a reality. The end of the world may not be the best moment to fall in love.

Daniel B (mx) wrote: Grim is not the word. Bowie turns up and delivers a great soundtrack.

Stuart K (es) wrote: Directed by Mark Robson, (Von Ryan's Express (1965), Earthquake (1974)), this is the film version of Jacqueline Susann's controversial 1966 bestseller, which turned heads and was an instant success. The film version of the book is less successful, taking liberties here and there despite some good songs in it, maybe they had got it out a bit too quickly. It begins when Anne Welles (Barbara Parkins), comes to New York from her small New England hometown, and gets a job in a theatrical agency that represents legendary actress Helen Lawson (Susan Hayward), Anne becomes friends with singer Neely O'Hara (Patty Duke) and chorus girl Jennifer North (Sharon Tate), and they stick with each other through thick and thin over the years. Neely becomes a big star, but the pressures of fame show on her and she turns to drink and drugs which nearly destroys her career, Jennifer marries nightclub singer Tony Polar (Tony Scotti), but ends up in Paris making dirty films while Anne ends up with attorney Lyon Burke (Paul Burke), who ends up sleeping with Neely, who eventually ends up in rehab due to her drug use. The book takes place over 20 years, the film version seems to consolidate it into the space of a few years, plus it was made as the old studio system was dying out and New Hollywood was taking over, they should have waited another few years if they had wanted to make it, as they would have been able to depict the book's more graphic scenes better, but it's a bit half-arsed, despite a good score by John Williams. Russ Meyer's pastiche was better.

DragonsFoe (es) wrote: Don JonDon Jon is a confidentially directed comedy with a fantastic powerful meaning. It stages Levitt as a up and coming directorial talent with great jovial energy.Rating: B (7.5)

Kevin M (kr) wrote: John Turturro has all the correct elements to make a great and funny film, including Mr. Woody Allen. As with Allen's role he under uses everything and the movie misses its greatness.