A womanizing reporter for a sleazy tabloid magazine impersonates his hen-pecked neighbor in order to get an expose on renowned psychologist Helen Gurley Brown. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sex and the Single Girl
A womanizing reporter for a sleazy tabloid magazine impersonates his hen-pecked neighbor in order to get an expose on renowned psychologist Helen Gurley Brown.
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Alan D (br) wrote: Doggie B throws a big bone to the Wizard of Oz. My daughter absolutely loved this movie. Take your kid for sure but lots of adults in the audience were really into it and they didn't all have children with them. A great must see family film with San Francisco as a very creative stand-in for the Emerald City. Best tribute to the Wizard of Oz yet. Certainly the first Wizard of Oz for dogs, Toto would be proud. Can understand why it won the audience favorite award out of 70 features at Sonoma and now it is playing at Landmark Opera Plaza here in San Francisco. It will be a cult classic as well as a beloved children's movie all in one, a first. Romanus is a master of cheese, camp and family fun so hope he makes more as I never imagined a G-rated John Waters in the making. Unthinkable!
J M (ca) wrote: This movie tries to be artistic and intellectual but in the end it was a waste of my time. I waited patiently in the beginning for the huge holes in the plot to be explained. Where has he been, why is he not with his family, what is he doing in that room watching to let people in, is this woman real or in his imagination? Nothing is ever explained, nothing makes sense at all. In what world did they imagine this movie would be entertaining? Awful.
Leo L (it) wrote: Great movie! Sameer is looking to become a famous actor, and chooses to pursue his dream in Mumbai. He's done numerous auditions, and is well aware of the overall procedures. Tina is a choreographer, and the two meet and become friends. Homeless, and low on money, Sameer takes a job working as a dance teacher at a local school. Sameer auditions for a starring role in a film, and Tina supports him wholeheartedly. It is quite obvious that Genelia and Shahid have great chemistry working together. Awesome music. Shahid Kapoor and Genelia D'Sousza stars. Worth seeing!
Angelique C (br) wrote: Lovely movie, I laughed a lot while watching it.
Derek H (gb) wrote: Damn. I sort of want to see it. Estrada. Law. Gabrielle. Maybe it's a classic. Nah.
Pampalini L (es) wrote: The last days of Frankenstein director James Whale are explored.
Jack P (nl) wrote: Crappy 90's attempt at comedy. Nothing original or entertaining to speak of.
Justin O (es) wrote: Not as good as the original, just an ok action comedy.
Scott T (ru) wrote: This falls into the so-bad-it's-good category, but awesomely bad movie nontheless.
Tim S (ru) wrote: Eating Raoul was co-written and directed by Paul Bartel in 1982. It stars Bartel himself and Mary Woronov, as well as Robert Beltran. I gotta say that the movie is quite a hoot. It starts out strong and barrels down the track fast in terms of pace. It's only 83 minutes long, so that should tell you how tightly scripted and edited it is. It's a black comedy about a married couple who decide to lure perverts into their apartment with promises of sexual activities, but instead murder them and keep the money they find on them. Along the way they meet Raoul, who goes on to help them and also help himself in their dirty deeds. The film plays on absurdity and character-driven comedy most of the time which I like, but it never really finds a permanent foothold in its own brand of comedy. I laughed a lot but I don't think most people would laugh at it as much as I did. That doesn't make it a bad movie, but maybe just a bit of a miss in that area. I liked it a lot and would watch it again and again, and now that it's readily available, I hope that more people see it.
Lain H (us) wrote: Aishwarya is my favorite Indian actress, she is just stunning in every scene. The story is tragic, but it portrays very well how women were and still today are regarded in Indian society (and many societies all over the world). Sad and beautiful love story.
Troy A (us) wrote: Sam Rockwell is quite amazing in this backwoods drama/thriller.
Camille L (jp) wrote: Pour sa premiere realisation, David Ayer se retrouve a la tete d'une semi-autobiographie sur un veteran d'Irak qui souffre de stress post-traumatiques. Non seulement le script manie parfaitement l'humour noir et la vraie emotion, mais David Ayer montre egalement qu'il est un tres bon metteur en scene. De plus, Christian Bale est absolument fabuleux dans le role principal, tandis que le supporting cast fait le boulot (avec mention speciale pour Terry Crews, Chaka Forman et Kenneth Choi).
Ken T (it) wrote: Action, adventure, romance! Geoff Carter (Cary Grant) manages an air service owned by a man named "Dutchy" that travels through the perilous mountains of South America. Bonnie Lee (Jean Arthur) is a pianist who has just arrived and falls in love with Jeff. Rita Hayworth plays a woman married to a pilot who has a history with Jeff. A truly great film balancing a wonderful love story and great tension.
Jason C (us) wrote: The first of John Dahl's stellar neo-noirs from the late 80s, early 90s. Great cast, with Joanne Whalley standing out as the femme fatale.
MF J (de) wrote: A nice enough dancing movie with the very pleasant to look at Jessica Alba. not a masterpiece but the good energy coming from it is contagious.