St. Martin's Lane

St. Martin's Lane

On the sidewalks of the London theater district the buskers (street performers) earn enough coins for a cheap room. Charles, who recites dramatic monologues, sees that a young pickpocket, Libby, also has a talent for dancing and adds her to his act. Harley, the theater patron who never knew Libby took his gold cigarette case, is impressed by Libby's dancing and invites her to bring Charles and the other buskers in his group to an after-the-play party. Libby comes alone. A theatrical career is launched.

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St. Martin's Lane torrent reviews

Maineutral R (es) wrote: Is the title funny? no, it's stupid. It's the movie any fun? no, it's stupidness all around with tired jokes and gags. This movie just have no reason to be here. NOTE: Wow, 3 Craig Moss films with 0 anyone?

Sarah M (gb) wrote: Neat, fresh, and funny. This film far exceeded my expectations.

Enrica C (ru) wrote: A pretty dumb movie. "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen" tells the story of many brainless female teenagers who lie and end up getting whatever they want. Oh, and at the age of 15 they somehow manage to travel to NY, dress up as whores, and get to know the singer of their favourite bands despite the fact that they don't have the money to purchase the tickets for their gig. --- All very mature, instructive and plotless. Stars Lindsay Lohan and Megan Fox. It's fun to watch if you're really tired and hopeless. But it's really dumb and for sure not Disney's best movie. Almost unberable, but not the most horrible movie I've seen in my life.

Destiny S (it) wrote: I can't believe I even finished watching this movie.

Charlie L (us) wrote: A painfully boring film with an annoying soundtrack and poor story. Completely disregards the first film.

Caleb B (kr) wrote: touching film about a girl who finds a rain deer but it has to many dull moments

Mike G (de) wrote: My favorite movie ever. I grew up watching this movie, and it never got old (and still hasn't). If I am scrolling through the cable, and this movie is on, I have to watch it. It is such a beautiful story of a small school basketball team overcoming the odds and making it big. It is also a story of redemption for a couple of the characters. A movie classic...I love it.

August M (au) wrote: A breathtakingly beautiful movie about love and violence that show nature as an indifferent, ever-changing landscape. While our petty squabbles and minute problems burden us at every second, nature flows freely, without care and without concern.

Brian R (ru) wrote: Good film with James Cagney in the lead. A boxer who is a good man just trying to earn a living as a boxer(but retires due to partial blindness), has a close girlfriend who betrays the Cagney character and then goes back to him for forgiveness, Cagney's character--a brother who is musically talented, and the corruption of American boxing. The film drags when Cagney's character's brother plays that long orchestra concert and then makes that long speech dedicating the music to the Cagney character. That deserves to be elsewhere and it drags the picture since it is not needed. It is not needed because, in a way one of the least few characters is now focused and should be focused more on Cagney. The ending is typical Hollywood stuff but that's what audiences at that partucular time would expect, since it's a studio picture produced by Warner Bros...

Janice P (gb) wrote: Surprisingly funny remake of The House on Sorority Row. The standout here is Leah Pipes and queen bee, Jessica. Her one liners and bitchy attitude keep this fairly by the numbers slasher afloat. The last 10 minutes or so are a giant misfire, but there are quite a few fun moments before that. It's never very scary or even suspenseful, but the cast is above average for a film like this and there's a few great zingers (usually delivered by Pipes).

Jason M (au) wrote: Wall Street is the big daddy of all "Wall Street" films. It has inspired many careers in the securities industry, as well as sequels and copycat films.I am not a fan of Oliver Stone, but this film is well acted, has a great screenplay and protagonists, including the great Gordan Gekko villain. Subsequent attempts to capitalize on this film's success have failed miserably, with the exception of Wolf Of Wall Street.