Scandal in Sorrento

Scandal in Sorrento

Marshall Antonio Carotenuto comes back to native Sorrento to take care of the local fire brigade. But since Sofia, a very nice fishmonger, occupies his native house Antonio share another home with Donna Violante, secretly fall in love with him. Sofia accepts to marry Antonio almost as a joke to make Nicolino, a traffic policeman, getting jealous. The chances for the two deloused sweethearts aren't over as it could appear.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:92 minutes
  • Release:1955
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:jealousy,   italy,   police,  

Back to his hometown, a former marshal finds his house occupied by a young woman working as a fishwife. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Scandal in Sorrento torrent reviews

Daniel M (de) wrote: This one will stick with you, for better of for worse.

Matthew B (jp) wrote: Terrible British movie.

Zainab A (gb) wrote: An interesting movie that centralizes on a mischievous, and immature young man whose always believed that with family, he could not want for anything. Without a care in the world, he meets Aisha (she's everything that he isn't) and helps her to settle into the life of Mumbai. Failing his last year of college and his father wanting him to gain some responsibility and work in his company, Sid leaves home after a family dispute with only his clothes. With no money and no plan, he decides to see his friend Aisha. For the first time in his entire life, he realizes that things aren't always given. At Aisha's insistence, he decides to learn basic life skills and grow up. Great cast- Ranbir Kapoor, Kokona Sen Sharma, Anupam Kher, Supriya Pathak, Kainaz Motivala, and Rahul Khanna. Worthy!

Kwabena N (kr) wrote: This movie is a masterpiece! The movie is a "chick maggot" lolLove is best when it's built on companionship.I learned this from the movie.

Joey H (kr) wrote: Good twist on ten little Indians. Sabrina the teenage witch still hasn't learned to act but the rest of the cast is decent. Good little suspense movie trying to figure out the connection.

Ben R (us) wrote: Hello? Hello? Anybody home? Think, McFly. Think! If only years of watching American Idol hadn't killed the few brain cells Americans had left.

Liy D (br) wrote: Not the best documentary I've ever seen, but heartfelt. It makes you feel for the gay people of small minded and populated communities of America. It also opened my eyes to the hatred that comes from the religious zealots of the world who preach their own singular omnipotence while spewing the words of the Bible (only sometimes correctly cited).

Michael G (br) wrote: Not as funny as I thought it was gonna be. As the movie goes on and the plot snowballs into a bigger and bigger mess it gets better. I really liked the characters they wanted me to like and hated the ones they wanted me to hate. But man... that ending was way depressing.

Marcus W (nl) wrote: It's very rare for Disney to cash in on anything so I was surprised at how enjoyable this was. It still follows basic Disney characterisation: Team Lightyear consists of heroic and brave Buzz, spunky red-headed female, big, clumsy and lovable red guy and a comedic robot. And Agent Z's true identity will shock nobody. And yet for all of this it does have a charm and I did find myself smiling. It cannot touch the Toy Story films but it's still an above-par Disney STV.

Anthony I (gb) wrote: A great love story, without any shame of who these characters are. Mike Figgis takes a great novel, and turns it into a immensely fascinating film, shot expertly in Super 16mm. Nicholas Cage is the main reason to see this. Not necessarily a good actor by reputation, but his turn here is outstanding. He perfectly captures the hopeless alcoholic in love. Elizabeth Shue is just as good.

Danielle S (nl) wrote: [David is in a hot tub with a radio right next to it.] Mikey: "Life is full of accidents. David: What are you talking about? Mikey: The radio... it's not safe. David: Why not? [Mikey kicks the radio in the hot tub. David gets electrocuted.] Mikey: They can kill you." Nine year-old Mikey Collins hates his adopted family and kills them off, drowning his adopted sister in the swimming pool, dropping a hairdryer in the mother's bath and beating the father's head in with a baseball bat, then blaming it all on an intruder to the police. He is next adopted by Neil and Rachel Trenton to whom he proves a perfect child. However his schoolteacher becomes suspicious and starts digging into Mikey's past where she discovers that Mikey kills off all those that he thinks do not love him. This film tells the story of a different child that sees his world as if it were a horror movie. The story is not told directly from this angle but it can be quickly figured out by paying attention to a few details here and there. This movie is way more violent and disturbing than The Good Son. The Good Son isn't even close to be half as violent and disturbing as Mikey is.

Jeremy P (es) wrote: The year should say 1976 and the main star was Lo Lieh, but yeah, I saw this earlier today. El Rey has been showing some of the best Shaw Brothers movies for months, but I'd already seen all of them, except for one, The Dragon Missile. The name comes from these 2 dragon-shaped blades that Lo Lieh uses -- when thrown like boomerangs, they easily behead opponents and always come back. The movie felt different from most others in the genre in that Lo Lieh is the main character but also pretty much the main villain. He performs some horrific acts that can't really be forgiven. He shows a little bit of hesitation but ultimately kills anyone his master tells him to because... well, just because it's his job. His master sends out a half dozen other killers to keep an eye on him during a very important mission, and to kill him once he completes it, but ultimately who is the lesser of the evils doesn't matter much since a pair of heroes will enter the story and it becomes about Lo Lieh trying to survive their quest for revenge against him. Revenge which would be quite appropriate.

Anthony C (kr) wrote: Yet another Arnold classic that not alot of people know about. It took a while for me to get around to watch it and its entertaining if your a fan of bodybuilding and of Schwarzenegger. Alot of funny parts and also some weird ones. Theres one scene where a bunch of classic bodybuilders are running through the streets and posing on top of cars. lol

Nathan N (es) wrote: The highest I could possibly go is 3. It's effective in spite of it's self. About half of it is stupid and boring (the whole Valentino bit) while other parts are repulsive, shocking and heart-stoppingly sad (the turtle portion is one of the most heart breaking thing I have ever seen). It's a trip that I wouldn't reccomend to any one.

Larry S (us) wrote: Interesting but strange little film about two senior men who take a road trip to Iceland. It's funny at times. The dialogue between the two men is both funny and off the wall at times. Don't expect a lot of action and special effects. This is just two old men on a road trip. It's a great travelogue for Iceland also. Having been there makes the film even more interesting to me.

Eric H (fr) wrote: I guess STOP! OR MY MOM WILL SHOOT came out at a time when cop spoofs were all over cinema, with the likes of LAST ACTION HERO and NATIONAL LAMPOON'S LOADED WEAPON 1 all filling multiplexes (or not, as the case may be). There's nothing specifically to dislike about this movie, but then there's nothing really to like about it either. The jokes are corny and predictable and the characters feel one-dimensional in their own movie. Even Stallone is on autopilot, able to bring little charm to what is a stock hero role. At the end of the day, a comedy wins or loses depending on how funny it is, and this film just isn't very funny. JoBeth Williams (POLTERGEIST) and Martin Ferrero (JURASSIC PARK) co-star.