Little Black Book
Determined to learn about her boyfriend's past relationships, Stacy -- who works for a talk show -- becomes a bona fide snoop. With her colleague, Barb, Stacy gets the names of Derek's ex-lovers and interviews them, supposedly for an upcoming show. But what she learns only adds to her confusion, and her plans begin to unravel when she befriends one of the women.
- Stars:Brittany Murphy, Holly Hunter, Kathy Bates, Ron Livingston, Julianne Nicholson, Stephen Tobolowsky, Kevin Sussman, Rashida Jones, Josie Maran, Jason Antoon, Sharon Lawrence, Gavin Rossdale, Cress Williams, Dave Annable, Yvette Nicole Brown,
- Director:Nick Hurran,
- Writer:Melissa Carter (story), Melissa Carter (screenplay), Elisa Bell (screenplay)
A woman snoops through her boyfriend's palm pilot and reveals his former girlfriends, which causes her to question why they're still listed in his little black book. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Little Black Book torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Funny movie and a alright action commedy. Great lary the cable guy movie since health inspector.
(nl) wrote: This is a brilliant look at how to solve situations involving the moon in a universe where gravity doesn't exist.
(au) wrote: Una vida hecha cine. Se nota lo sentida y genuina que es.
(us) wrote: A surprisingly well-acted-directed-and written 80's surf movie. Formulaic, for sure, but enjoyable, nonetheless. Don't know how I never heard of this till now.
(fr) wrote: A truely underated classic piece of animation.
(es) wrote: A little too precise, little to constructed, and a little underwritten in terms of character. It begins rather convoluted, in an exciting way, and ends neatly, in an unexciting way. A lesser classic from Melville here.
(br) wrote: The final chapter of Wood's 'Kelton Trilogy'. This was a baaaad movie; incoherent and inept even by Ed Wood's lofty standards. Elements of the story seemed inserted for no other reason than for Wood to use stock footage, and it is almost pathetic to see how he tries to create links to the earlier Lugosi films in the 'trilogy'. Lacking the humour of the much greater Plan 9 from Outer Space, Night of the Ghouls is only really of interest to Wood completists and fans of Paul Marco's Kelton.
(au) wrote: Very moving and powerful story.