Three sisters (Sister and the Sisters) from Harlem who become singers Sister (Lonette McKee) becomes involved with drugs and Sparkle ends up being the one who gets famous. This movie tells about how drugs ruined Sister's relationships and eventually ended her life.
- Stars:Philip Michael Thomas, Irene Cara, Lonette McKee, Dwan Smith, Mary Alice, Dorian Harewood, Tony King, Beatrice Winde, Paul Lambert, Joyce Easton, Otis Day, Norma Miller, Talya Ferro, Bob Delegall, Armelia McQueen,
- Director:Sam O'Steen,
- Writer:Howard Rosenman (story), Joel Schumacher
A girl group experiences turmoil after one of their members turns to drugs and another achieves their desired fame all by herself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sparkle torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Nr den mest knda skdisen r Tom Sizemore, med en mngd biroller i strre filmer, pryder omslaget p rullen trots att han har en biroll. D frstr ni hur bra resten av skiten r helt klart 90 bortkastade minuter!! :( se den inte ens en regnig sndag!!
(fr) wrote: Selv med flere kjente p listen s var denne heller laber. Men den dugde som middags film for meg.
(au) wrote: Great music, great humor, great movie!
(jp) wrote: It's good. Watch it.
(nl) wrote: I've watched this movie three times now, and I have to the conclusion that this is possibly the best movie of all time. That sounds crazy to say, but I have never seen anything this detailed, dense, thematically brilliant, and emotional. Also trippy. Very very trippy. This is just a perfect movie. It makes you think, has great acting, directing, writing, everything. Maybe the best movie ever.
(fr) wrote: Kung Fu Hustle is the first Asian film that I've seen when I was young, and I watched it when I was a little kid. I remember the fight scenes, the running chase scene, the Axe Gang, the Lion's Roar, the Beast, and the piano scene. So when I watched this again, it still holds up greatly. Stephen Chow is really great, and he choreographs his fight scenes very well. The fight scenes are fantastic and just exhilarating to watch. The characters are memorable, especially the Beast who's in the last 30 minutes of the film. The references in this like Looney Tunes and other stuff are cleverly done and are very funny. The jokes are really good, and the effects still look amazing. The camerawork is impressive, and the soundtrack is really catchy. Kung Fu Hustle is a terrific movie that is a classic to me.
(de) wrote: I didn't like the lightning work in this movie and at the beginning it felt very weak movie. Got much better towards the end but still...pretty B-movie feeling as a result.
(au) wrote: i am telling you these things are demonic demons!
(ru) wrote: One of Peckinpah's finest. As shocking as it was controversial.
(br) wrote: A lesser effort by Cary Grant but still worth a cursory once over, why not, as it picks up steam as it goes. Ann Sheridan is a worthy co-star and I wondered why the two were not paired again. The story is a trite bit, lame-o, Grant playing a French officer (who's American is so good that he understands plenty of cultural nuance, like he lived here for years, and so there is no French accent) teamed against his will with an American liaison officer in postwar Germany. Adventures ensue, leading to a haystack rendezvous, and thus marriage. Most of this Grant simply acts as if he's aggravated, but you know he's really not. Sheridan returns the compliment.
(mx) wrote: Typical kinda film. but has some good parts in