Louisiana Purchase

Louisiana Purchase

A bumbling senator investigating graft in Louisiana is the target of a scheme involving a Viennese beauty.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:98 minutes
  • Release:1941
  • Language:English,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:threat,   scheme,   mythology,  

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Gaston B (kr) wrote: This is a great comedy ! I've really liked it.

Hossein N (jp) wrote: Dec 2010 - This does not measure up to the best of the Taviani brothers yet I like the atmosphere and for weir reasons it has a similar texture to some of his older work which is surprising for a movie made in 1996. I was more excited about a novel in the 19th century that speaks of the issue of relationships with so much liberty and questions the institution of marriage with such an ease.

Tasos L (it) wrote: A nice 80s flick and one of the best buddy thing duet you've ever seen..

Alfin N (fr) wrote: People don't become 'heroes' by saving other people's children even when they're wrong, Monsieur Gudiguian. You become a hero by LISTENING to your own children, EVEN when you think they're wrong.

Ken S (it) wrote: Man, Friedkin can make a movie. One of the first movies featuring Matthew McConaughey that turned his career from "handsome lead in a rom-com" to one of the more celebrated and talked about actors working today. His role as the sadistic hitman-for-hire cop in Texas is fantastic. He kills it. And William Friedkin's direction of Tracy Lett's script (their second team-up after "Bug") is just top notch. It's a trailer trash crime thriller, with a good cast, and a fine story...and a few scenes that are just incredibly harsh to watch.

EJ M (nl) wrote: Solid good movie and Wesley is a good actor! Plus, I want my hair to be like his in this movie.

Freeson W (ag) wrote: Sometimes, I think conservationists care more about animals than they do about people. While I completely agree with conservationist ideals, I am repelled by a sentimental appeal that overrides the everyday realities of disadvantaged and, most likely, colored communities in the poorest nations.