Phillip Filmore is a naive, 15-year-old, preoccupied with sex, who develops a crush on Nicole Mallow, the new 30-something, French housekeeper and sitter to look after him when Phillip's father is out of town for the summer on a "business" trip. But Mr. Filmore's unscrupulous chauffeur, Lester Lewis, takes advantage of Phillip's crush on Nicole to hire her to seduce the youth, then draws her into a plot to fake her own death in a blackmail scheme aimed to drain Phillip's trust fund.
- Stars:Sylvia Kristel, Howard Hesseman, Eric Brown, Patrick Piccininni, Ed Begley Jr., Pamela Jean Bryant, Meridith Baer, Ron Foster, Peter Elbling, Beans Morocco, Dan Greenburg, Marian Gibson, Judy Helden,
- Director:Alan Myerson,
- Writer:Dan Greenburg (novel), Dan Greenburg (screenplay)
An immigrant housemaid seduces a 15-year-old boy and later fakes her own death as part of his chauffeur's blackmail plot. Troubles arise when the two start to fall in love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Private Lessons torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Shankar (mahesh) is an orphan who is brought up by Raja Ram (rajendra prasad) and his goal is to become a honest and tough cop. He achieves that but an incident separates him from Raja Ram. Meanwhile, Bokkapatnam is a place ruled by the dreaded gangster Damodar (sonu sood) and Shankar is transferred there to restore things. There, he meets Saroja (tamannah) and falls in love with her. Whether Shankar is successful in his mission or not forms the rest.The director has come up with a predictable storyline and while the presentation was rich, the narrative was good and hilarious in parts. The dialogues were filled with many punches. The script was average but the screenplay was energetic. The background score was good but only two songs were worth humming. Cinematography was the main strength to this film. Editing was crisp. Costumes were well designed and stylish to suit the backdrop while the art department was majestic. This is a total Mahesh Babu show and the way he dominated in every scene is impressive. Tamannah was a vision of beauty and her glamour feast is delightful. Sonu Sood was good, Brahmanandam was a standout, M S Narayana was great. Vennela Kishore was great form.Nasser was hilarious also. The others did their bit as required and added value.The film comes from the house of Sreenu Vaitla who is known for his rip roaring comedy entertainers with action. The first half was very good and breezes smoothly with elements of comedy, action and romance. The interval bang was promising. The second half was more focused on the action and revenge element. In Vaitla's movies humour is a big ace and in this film its no different, there are many LOL moments, and the beginning father son sentiment also works well .Overall, this is a film more for mass audience and Mahesh fans. And they will not be disappointed, yes the film is a cliched commercial entertainer, but the film never has dull moment, there is either something hilarious on screen, or nice mass action, and Mahesh Babu has easily given his most entertaining act. A recommended watch for pure mass entertainment
(br) wrote: Whimsical with its niche premise and feels 'forced' with its story telling, however it's fun enough for some light entertainment.
(es) wrote: Everyone should see this movie...a powerful demonstration of how the women of Liberia, Christian & Muslim, banded together to insist upon peace in their war-torn nation...what they endured puts our insignificant troubles into crystal-clear perspective.
(us) wrote: Don't watch it. Don't you ever watch it!
(nl) wrote: Warwick Davis is great.
(gb) wrote: Gosh, my friend Amanda Trett and watched this at the ABC here in Norwich when were 15 because my boyfriend at the time and his ate got the tickets. It was well dark and freaky an we Amanda I had to get the bus in the dark and we were well scared as we then had to go are seperate ways once we got off the bus
(fr) wrote: Es la tpica historia de venganza, muy predecible, pero te mantiene en tensin toda la pelcula
(ru) wrote: Made in 1955 this is a classic of British cinema. Telling the story of the daring, maybe even reckless wartime attack on the Ruhr dams this is a marvellous action film. World War II Britain seemed to be a breeding ground for brilliant ideas from left of field thinkers and Sir Barnes Neville Wallace is right up there with the best of them. He's already established himself as a visionary engineer when he came up with the idea and design for the bouncing bombs used to attack the dams. His part is wonderfully played by Michael Redgrave in what is probably his finest film role. The second major lead role, that of Wing Commander Guy Gibson is bought to life by the incomparable Richard Todd who demonstrates a genuine humanity and integrity in his acting that is joyful to behold. The plot begins with the development of the idea, through the testing of prototypes and the final night of the raid. The flying sequences of the squadron in their Lancaster aircraft are wonderful and, despite the age of the movie, the action still provides genuine tension for the viewer. The effects are in places a little crude to the modern eye but the quality of the storytelling makes up for any shortcomings and there is a famously stirring anthem to convey the patriotic mood. I never tire of watching this movie and it is justifiably loved, a status that I am sure is secure for many years to come.
(mx) wrote: Funny, creative, and gleefully depraved.
(ca) wrote: The shortest Bond? Very grown up and multi-layered. Gets better with repeated viewing, like every intelligent film with something to say. Moving farther away from the silliness. Thank goodness.
(nl) wrote: Mystery abounds in this stylish noir!