Bud Baxter is a minor clerk in a huge New York insurance company, until he discovers a quick way to climb the corporate ladder. He lends out his apartment to the executives as a place to take their mistresses. Although he often has to deal with the aftermath of their visits, one night he's left with a major problem to solve.
- Category:Action, Comedy, Drama, Romance
- Stars:Shirley MacLaine, Jack Lemmon, Ray Walston, Fred MacMurray, Jack Kruschen,
- Director:Billy Wilder,
- Writer:Billy Wilder, I.A.L. Diamond
A story of a salesperson - C.C. Baxter lends his boss apartment to affair with mistres. The boss of the board, other rooms want to book a place in Baxter's apartment for their "xxx" . But one day, Baxter shockes to see Sheldrake in his room with Kubelik, whom he secretly loves.. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Apartment torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Really cool opening, really cool plot that is nicely revealed. Everything else is not so good. So much wasted potential between the premise and Sharlito Copleys acting skill. Another movie that possibly with some better editing could have been great.
(us) wrote: although it was worth watching to learn her story, the whole movie was dubbed which drove me crazy. Also, I wish they had added a reference to the year, I couldn't tell what year it was and that was frustrating.
(gb) wrote: Absolutely loved this film so many funny bits but quite emotional too!
(ag) wrote: Como primeiro filmes....gostei muito...diversao...e ...acao...recomendo !
(es) wrote: I am going to have to pass on this one.
(au) wrote: i love dominique swain but i dont remember the film being any good
(us) wrote: better than cry baby but john waters is an idiot film maker that trieds to be artistic but fails miserably cuz he makes trash like this.
(br) wrote: Great idea, but it was just a bit too boring.
(mx) wrote: the movie look so boring
(de) wrote: While Fox's May 18, 2005 DVD release of their 1954 film "Broken Lance" includes both Widescreen and Full Screen Versions (or Pan & Scan), it is the CinemaScope (2.55:1) version that brings the power and grandeur of this exceptional dramatic Western to life -- that along with the excellent 4-track Stereophonic sound track that was part of its original release. It has been 50 years since we have had the opportunity to see the film in the manner that it was first released theatrically -- and in this form it ranks as one of the finest Westerns of all-time. Rchard Murphy's Oscar winning screenplay provides some excellent dialog and story structure not usually found in the average outdoor film. The cast, all the way from Spencer Tracy to smaller roles like that of E.G. Marshall, are all we developed. Now if Fox would only give the same great release treatment to their 1955 "A Man Called Peter" (only available in Pan & Scan VHS)! It would be wonderful to see this film in CinemaScope with Stereophonic sound once again! 5 Stars 7-9-13
(mx) wrote: It's not a particularly good doc, it's stuffed with cartoon interludes that are grating, and it doesn't delve into the psychology of fandom as much as it should have, but it's got parts. Worth watching on Netflix.