SuicideGirls: Italian Villa

SuicideGirls: Italian Villa

The "sequel" to the Suicide Girls first movie--"Suicide Girls:The First Tour." While the first movie focused on the American Suicide Girls and their burlesque show, this movie focuses on the international Suicide Girls and the photo shoots that they took outside and around the Italian villa that they stayed at.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2006
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:italy,   costume,   interview,  

25 Suicide Girls share a villa with "sexy results." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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SuicideGirls: Italian Villa torrent reviews

Mr D (br) wrote: Had potential but failed nonetheless. A one time watch for sure.

Kurt B (ca) wrote: Charming twist on the western genr (C) that doubles as a humorous jab in the political debate on firearms in North America. Hint: It's worth sticking around for the ending credits.

Kevin N (ca) wrote: Definitely an interesting movie, Hauser was excellent. I liked the timeline shifts, but overall, just a solid movie, nothing spectacular.

Nipun M (ru) wrote: although a copy of a korean movie..hats of 2 sanjay gupta 4 makin such a gr8 action cum thriller movie..

Markkyle R (nl) wrote: Just married was funny but the ending was pretty romantic

Blanca V (nl) wrote: es una pelicula diferente pero muy interesante, conmovedora hasta me dieron ganas de tener un bebe viendo a Olga cuidar a la suya , es otro punto de vista y otra forma de ver algo de lo horrible que sucedio en esa epoca.

Andy C (kr) wrote: Back before Christian Slater vanished from our screens this is typical of the films he made, not quite as good as broken arrow but still entertaining enough. Bonus credits for Morgan Freeman's loveable security car raiding rogue.

Andrew S (ag) wrote: A pretty ordinary thriller.

Steve S (es) wrote: One of my favourties - 1985 doesn't seem that long ago but the Berlin Wall was still up & camera's used film... The film always made me want to visit East Berlin. Manolo or (Carlos the terrorist) is hot :)

Jocelyn G (gb) wrote: Trippy, psychedelic period flick about voyeurism and obsession. Love the gorgeous George Harrison score.

Zoran S (mx) wrote: Mostly dull and conventional with the exception of some of the more violent scenes.

Andy P (gb) wrote: Howard Hawks' fast-talking battle of the sexes is a classic for the scintillating Rosalind Russell, it's superb comic timing, theatrical style and snappy repartee.