The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer

The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer

Teenaged Susan Turner, with a severe crush on playboy artist Richard Nugent, sneaks into his apartment to model for him and is found there by her sister Judge Margaret Turner. Threatened with jail, Nugent agrees to date Susan until the crush abates. He counters Susan's comic false sophistication by even more comic put-on teenage mannerisms, with a slapstick climax.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:95 minutes
  • Release:1947
  • Language:English,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:artist,   jealousy,   police,  

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The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer torrent reviews

Marina O (ag) wrote: Lentinho daquele jeito Jim Jarmusch, n! Mas bacaninha! :)

Drago C (jp) wrote: An interesting look at the rise and fall of George Lucas Fandom, from his lovers to the fans that hate him with a passion. A great documentary that sheds light on a vocal bit of fandom especially amongst the nerd crowd.

Bloodmarsh K (gb) wrote: It's not the most exciting movie you'll ever see - and at times, like 'Amour,' it can be downright depressing, but if you hang around for the ending, it's a solid payoff... and Sarah Polley was pretty damn good.

Armando P (kr) wrote: First half of the movie is interesting for a Slasher, but the second half was so... made up?

Matty S (nl) wrote: Unforgettable. This is Matt Dillon's greatest moment as an actor. This film still packs a punch.

Alex K (gb) wrote: This Movie Made Ms. Sindelar Laugh Because Of The Swearing, My Brother Jesse Krajci And One Of His Friends Yan Have Both Seen This Movie, Brandon Chaples I Think He Has Seen This Movie On FX Twice In A Row On TV.

Jason S (jp) wrote: Terrible movie version of my favorite childhood cartoon. But looking back...thr cartoon didn't exactly stand the test of time either.

Gareth J (au) wrote: Not really a fan of Daniel Radcliffe, but I have to admit that Alexandre Aja can do Horror in a way that few modern directors can. If nothing else, he successfully made Radcliffe's version of Iggy into a character you could actually sympathize with - not least of which because he seems to be the only character in the film who is actually humble enough to admit that he's not a good person without the coercion of the titular cranial protrusions. Where the film could have improved was that it tried to be more genre than Joe Hill's original story would allow it to be. If the film is anything like the book at all, then Joe Hill's novel was more metaphorical morality text about the nature of transference - that is to say, how human beings project their guilt, negativity and self-loathing onto other supposedly worse parties in an attempt to feel better about themselves - and how this in itself is morally unjust. Still, even though I hated The Woman In Black, if Daniel Radcliffe is going to follow Elijah Wood down the path of Horror iconography in the latter part of his career then I for one support the decision because both actors are exactly what my beloved obscure genre needs.