The Black Widows, a teenage girl gang, find one of their number killed; they suspect Barbara, sometime girlfriend of the leader of rival gang The Vandals. As the gangs prepare for a rumble, we glimpse the members' home lives, exaggerating every type of family dysfunction; but that of their "average American" quarry is no better. Full of shadowy urban night scenes.
- Stars:June Kenney, Fay Spain, John Brinkley, Colette Jackson, Barbara Wilson, Ziva Rodann, Sandra Smith, Barboura Morris, Richard Devon, Jay Sayer, Richard H. Cutting, Dorothy Neumann, Ed Nelson, Bruno VeSota, Paul Bryar,
- Director:Roger Corman,
- Writer:Charles B. Griffith (original screenplay)
A delinquent girls' gang pursues a nice ingenue linked romantically to the male leader of a rival gang, and apparently to the murder of one of their members. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Teenage Doll torrent reviews
(au) wrote: This film is full of life in the most quietest of ways.
(ca) wrote: It is not often that a Hollywood movie gets the remake treatment over in Hong Kong. Actually it is quite the reverse with a number of HK properties being bought and sold for remake rights to the US. Having not seen the original film by way of common sense I couldn't resist not seeing a movie with Louis Koo and Nick Cheung facing off against corruption and kidnapping. Connected is so deliciously over the top and exciting how could you not love it. As that knob Peter Travers from Rolling Stone would say it is 'A rollorcoaster ride of thrills and chills' that I have heard far surpases the original Hollywood version 'Cellular'. All the set pieces change from exciting and thrilling to silly and exhilerating. There is never a shortage of good solid action in this film. The villains are played oh so slightly over the top but never campy. It has been a while since I have seen a HK movie this good. Hopefully it is a sign of things to come. Fingers crossed.
(us) wrote: I like this movie. Enjoyable beginning to end. There is no overall story arc, so don't look for that. Just travelers, on a train. Not a travelogue, not at all: a journey of personal interactions. Vividly portrayed, realistic, convincing. Not lacking for drama though!
(ca) wrote: i didn't even know this was a movie but now i really want to see it
(mx) wrote: Come to watch two unlikable characters deliver a series of softball gags that ultimately aim to make light of the mentally ill? You may have come to the right place. Because, for me, "What About Bob?" is a bit of a comedic snafu. It's one of those films that has all the pieces seemingly in place for assured comedic greatness (Frank Oz directing, Bill Murray/Richard Dreyfuss co-starring). Unfortunately, though it's also one that just so happens to underdeliver in almost every comedic fashion. What ensues is a blase and stilted film, with an out-of-left-field third act twist that I just didn't find funny. I expected a bit from more from everyone involved.
(gb) wrote: The fact that this isn't your typical sports hero story doesn't make it any more compelling. Robert Redford plays an emotionally distant, matter-of-factly egotistical skier and... well, that about sums it up. Director Michael Ritchie does everything he can to make downhill skiing look exciting, but 70% of the time that just means people fucking up and wiping out. The first POV shot is really exhilirating, other than that it all kinda blends together. There are a couple of interesting character moments, and I especially liked the final note. But the romantic subplot is terribly bland, even if it effectively makes its point. Gene Hackman (always an asset) is mostly wasted in his role as the coach. Despite the attempt at a New Wave kind of sports movie, it just didn't do much for me.
(au) wrote: Something fairly unique in this world of remakes and reboots.