Swing Time

Swing Time

Lucky is tricked into missing his wedding to Margaret by the other members of Pop's magic and dance act, and has to make $25000 to be allowed to marry her. He and Pop go to New York where they run into Penny, a dancing instructor. She and Lucky form a successful dance partnership, but romance is blighted (till the end of the film at least!) by his old attachment to Margaret and hers for Ricardo, the band leader who won't play for them to dance together.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:103 minutes
  • Release:1936
  • Language:English,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   dancer,   snow,  

A performer and gambler travels to New York City to raise the $25,000 he needs to marry his fiancée, only to become entangled with a beautiful aspiring dancer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Swing Time torrent reviews

Trevor K (au) wrote: A fantastically original concept and film style brings audiences into a house of pure horror in "The Silent House". Filmed all in one take, this film shows the true talent of the actors, director and camera crews. The film manages to scare audiences effectively and often and has a much deeper meaning than audiences can put together. Definitely one to catch!

Omar E (ag) wrote: even the music choice sucked

Christopher C (fr) wrote: An in depth look into the world of cinema and it's various unsolved mysterious.

paul s (ag) wrote: Nichole Beharie as Dee Roberts gives a truly inspiring performance as a mother, living in the projects, who is wrongly accused of drug dealing, and then is caught up in a corrupted criminal justice system that railroads those who have little way of defending themselves against a system created to protect them. The message here, while being a bit heavy handed, needs to be said, and the film does a very good job of delving into the consequences of a political system that simply bulldozes people for government funding, not caring what happens to those they trample. There are some very touching scenes where Dee is jailed for 21 days for a crime she didn't commit; including a scene where she is allowed ten minutes to see her children - through a small grimy piece of glass that is stuck high up in a doorway. The will of this woman to perservere is astonishing, and the film does a nice job of showing you what would have happened if she had taken the offered plea bargain - a felony record that would prohibit her from receiving any kind of government assistance; from food stamps to housing - and, having a criminal record would severly hamper her attempts at finding a job, which of course could possibly lead to child protective services taking her children. Dee has enough problems just getting on with life - trying to raise her children, with her children's deadbeat dad and his abusive girlfriend in the same building, and yet even after her conviction is overturned, her subsequent case (spearheaded by the A.C.L.U.) puts her in the D.A.'s crosshairs - who uses his substantial infuence to not only prevent her from returning to her job of 7 years, but even makes sure that she is terminated from the minimum wage job she finally manages to procure. All for a good arrest record, which not only serves to line the county coffers via federal funds, but keeps the D.A.'s "tough on crime" credo in the spotlight - and, ugliest of all, satisfies his predudice against people of color. Still, Dee persists, and the D.A. is forced to make restitution to those wrongfully accused; but the bigger victory is that the law in which a person could be tried based on information provided by a single source,without corroborating evidence, was overturned. This is a very forthright docu-drama, earnestly filmed, that includes an inspiring lead performance and some equally fine supporting performances by the likes of Alfre Woodard, Will Patten, Tim Blake Nelson, and Charles Dutton.

cli o (it) wrote: no thanks not my thing

Linda D (jp) wrote: U had to really pay attention to this movie to understand what was going on

Nnifer A (au) wrote: the loss and loves of japan's pubescent kids. great depiction of the wrath years of adolescence. gory and violent most of the times, but nonetheless powerful through vivid imagery and music.

Andrew K (ru) wrote: Decent 80's legal thriller. Nice plot twists at the end.

Sam B (gb) wrote: Gamera the giant jet powered turtle monster versus Guiron the giant knife-headed, spinning star projectile monster duke it out on the 10th planet in the Solar System (we don't know about it because it exists on the opposite side of the sun from Earth and its position never changes). Plus, there's nonchalant parents, flying saucers, space traveling boys, the strongest suction cup darts I've ever seen and androgynous cannibalistic aliens who want to eat the boys' brains in order to gain their knowledge of Earth (Although technically they can't be cannibals if they're aliens, but that's what the boys call them.) Yowzers! This movie is packed with ridiculousness!07.02.0880th Film of 2008

Chris S (nl) wrote: Akira Kurosawa never disappoints. Its not his best film, but its a very good movie made in the same style that made Kurosawa one of the greatest and influencial directors of all time.

Steve T (de) wrote: Was this supposed to be a dark comedy? The codeine and the Carolla\Robert Davi commentary from Groove music made it bearable. 20 years on, history is not kind to this abomination.

William B (kr) wrote: This might be Shyamalan's best film since The Sixth Sense if not ever. This film is one of the most brutally realistic "superhero" films of all time and one of, if not, the smartest. and while I'm not a fan of the acting in this film, the music score and the kind of visual story telling this film uses is inspired. Whenever someone says what is your favorite M. Night film while many would say The Sixth Sense, I say Unbreakable.

Mark P (us) wrote: Doesn't deserve any stars what a pile of shit

Kym c my community profile R (au) wrote: Ok it's from WWE Studios which in the first place is sketchy, but being Jamie Kennedy co-stars alongside Retired wrestler Edge I figured it would at least be a little funny. Well in a way yes but of the WWE movies I've seen so far I think only one or 2 were actually good. (12 Rounds starring John Cena being one of them) This had some cheesy rhyming dialog for what seemed no apparent reason other than hopefully for a couple chuckles. (not from me) I think once I laughed in the movie and can't even remember at what! However while no animals were harmed in the movie.. a really awesome old car was ? They fix these cars if (if needed) & paint them so nice & then they go beat them up! Yeah I know they usually get 2 or 3 different ones depending on for driving shooting etc. stunts but man it hurts to see old beauties like that get trashed! The storyline's not really original, amusing but not really funny but somewhat fun. Definitely either a rental or watch on cable only. C-