Lady of Burlesque

Lady of Burlesque

After one member of their group is murdered, the performers at a burlesque house must work together to find out who the killer is before they strike again.

After one member of their group is murdered, the performers at a burlesque house must work together to find out who the killer is before they strike again. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Randy H (kr) wrote: Maybe funnier than the first. Probably the Gayest straight movie ever.

thomas m (de) wrote: Doesnt really end and the ending - which seems odd somehow .. just choosing to be a western and not fulfilling the arc

Vaibhav M (fr) wrote: Saif ali khan acting at its best hats Off to Vishal bharatdhwaj

Amber M (ru) wrote: Worst movie I've seen in a long time. It wasn't scary and the plot was horrible. I definitely don't recommend this one!

Eric H (de) wrote: Ali was a sistamatic and ripping film about a boxing legend, Muhammad Ali, Cassius Clay. Michael Mann(Collateral) makes a realistic portrayal of what it was like for a legend in boxing and outside of it. Ali was so much of a bragger and I guess it was really neatly picked out for Will Smith. Jamie Foxx, well talented and well liked, mainly by me, put up a good performance also as Ali's former friend and helper in the ring. He just did really good and didn't mess up much in his role for his lines. This was a good movie and really realistic in boxing, tied with Raging Bull. There were some flaws and boring parts, but other than that I liked this movie.

James W (nl) wrote: Stupid but fun. Pure escapism. Eddie Murphy is truly talented at doing dumb characters...that's an oxymoron.....isn't it???

Irvin C (ca) wrote: The second film in the "Once Upon a Time in China" series follows the further exploits of historical figure Wong Fei-hung. This time around, he's battling a religious terrorists hellbent on driving foreigners out of China while at the same time helping out democratic revolutionaries. Someone says this is the best of the series. I don't know about that but it is about as great as the original. The action scenes are truly something to see. They're often more exciting than most modern day action sequences these days. The action and drama is punctuated by humor. It's terrific, fun entertainment.

April M (kr) wrote: Meryl Streep and Cher are undescribably fantastic in this movie.

Edith N (gb) wrote: There was a time, lo these many years ago, of which I have long rhapsodized. A day when the Disney Channel played good movies from their own vaults instead of crap movies made six weeks ago. A time when the celebrities were people that someone over the age of fifteen still almost certainly new. A time of David Niven, Jodie Foster, David Niven, Helen Hayes, and David Niven. Plus another David Niven. Oh, how my sisters and I would look forward to the announcer telling us that we'd be seeing that list of people soon! We would forsake many other delights, and any Saturday night that promised us [i]Candleshoe[/i] was a Saturday night on which our viewing was set. It was a rare treat and a great pleasure--and nobody else seems at all familiar with the film, which is, to say the least, disheartening.This was long ago, when Jodie Foster ran wild on the streets of Los Angeles. Yes--she'd already hustled on the streets of Manhattan. She'd already switched places with her mom on the streets of suburbia. She'd already had some 38 other credits--more, in fact, before than since. Jodie Foster was a busy child. At any rate, she is here Casey, or possibly Margaret St. Edmund, heiress to the British estate of Candleshoe. The unsavoury Harry Bundage (Leo McKern) has her taken off the streets and brought to London to take the place of the long-lost heiress, teaching her to play the part of a girl missing since she was four. The child had been abducted. Her father, who had abducted her, died in a car accident, and the girl was never found. And, naturally, many young heiresses have been brought forward ever since in order to get at the bounty of Candleshoe. Only, so far as most people know, there isn't any. Not anymore. Candleshoe is old, and there's not much money left. Except Harry's nutty cousin Grimsworthy (Vivian Pickles) discovered a clue to the legendary missing treasure of the family's old reprobate and black sheep, Lord Joshua St. Edmund. So they pick up Casey, who fits the description of the girl as near as anyone can, twelve years or so later, and haul her over. They slide her into Candleshoe neat as you please, and the treasure hunt is on.The best acting in the film is that of Helen Hayes as old Lady St. Edmund. Lady St. Edmund's daughter has died, and she is left alone with her butler, Priory (David Niven, and we'll get to the other three of him anon), and the memory of the lost child. And when, as she believes, the lost child turns up, she can't help wanting to touch the girl, to brush her hand, to hug her. Oh, she's got four kids from a local orphanage to ease the pain, but they don't, not really; they're not her kids. She loves them. They love her. But I have little doubt that Candleshoe will not pass to them, and even if it would, it wouldn't be the same. None of them are the lost Margaret. Her friends have all died or moved away, and she can afford no servants, either. So Priory--I told you we'd get to do this--steps in. He is the butler, and he is the gardener they cannot afford, and he is the chauffeur they cannot afford, and he is the old India hand of the British Army who has moved into the area in time to keep an old woman company.I will not, of course, get into the Valuable Lessons learned. I don't have to; you can see them all coming a mile off. The question is, [i]is[/i] Casey really Margaret? And the answer is, probably. However, there is no certainty in it to this movie. We don't even know how much the treasure really comes to. We don't know what life the orphans will have as they reach majority, though I suspect there will be room for Peter (Ian Sharrock), at least, in Casey's life. (Even though she'd already garnered an Oscar nod for playing a prostitute, Disney didn't let her kiss the boy.) And Casey has begun to genuinely love the others, though I think it will do Cluny (Veronica Quilligan) some good to learn how to ask instead of assuming. But, while I think it is certain that Casey will end by inheriting Candleshoe, we don't know anything else of the future.I know. You didn't think Disney was like that. And that may be why this particularly Disney film is less-well known than the year before's [i]Freaky Friday[/i]. Jodie Foster wasn't playing cute, here. Could Casey have lasted in the system and on the streets? I think so, yes. I'm just not sure she could last with Lady St. Edmund if she hadn't begun to change herself already.

Matt T (fr) wrote: Soderbergh is so busy trying to create his movie-within-a-movie -- and, in at least one instance, his movie-within- a-movie-within -a-movie -- that he botches the enclosing movie.

Chrles Dvid H (jp) wrote: David Lynch is a god

Ibrahim M (au) wrote: Historical drama. A number of inside attempts were made by Germans to assassinate Hitler. This movie tells the story of one of those plots. Tom Cruise leads a group of men to assassinate Hitler. Even though you know that Hitler committed suicide in real life, the movie makes you wish the outcome was different. Good story and cast. Only problem - everyone uses their own accents.

Chris D (es) wrote: If you can get past the nostalgic 90's tech that clearly shows its age, than you'll be rewarded to a nimble - often comical drama whose eloquent cast of safecrackers are as well polished as Robert Redford himself.