The Front Page

The Front Page

A journalist suffering from burn-out wants to finally say goodbye to his office – but his boss doesn’t like the idea one bit.

The film tells a story of a cruel newspaper editor Walter Burns and his excellent reporter Hildy believing together can make wonderful things. One day, Hildy makes a decision to leave the newspaper business and gets married which threatens the future of newspaper. What does he face if he wants to attain his goal? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Front Page torrent reviews

Johnny L (gb) wrote: A cool concept, but does not entirely succeed in holding interest.

Alexander S (de) wrote: I saw this ages ago. Amazing

Mark W (jp) wrote: I continued the Critters experience and can actually say I wasn't bitterly dissapointed, in fact I quite enjoyed this one! Those fiendish critters have now invaded an apartment block! This apartment block contained a loveable old couple, an annoying father, a funny gal hanging upside down and Leonardo DiCaprio... And of course Don Keith Opper, the true light of the series!

Anne F (jp) wrote: Poor portrayal of an occupied WWII country, dreadful overacting by Una O'Connor, but they don't spoil a great story of wartime bravery.

Hannahfae C (ag) wrote: How do you watch the movie

Danny R (mx) wrote: Michael Douglas delivers a mesmerizing performance as William Foster, in this tragic tale of a man that has been driven over the edge, divorced and estranged from his wife and little girl, he also has been fired from his job as an engineer in the defense industry. One morning stuck in a traffic jam on a freeway in the sizzling summer heat he snaps and abandons his car and starts walking slowly towards the streets of Los Angeles, there he begins to vent his rage like a wounded animal, he starts lashing out at society injustices with increasingly violent acts, his odyssey begins when he trashes the grocery store of an irate Korean owner who has over charged him for a can of Coke, a belligerent fake war veteran who really is just pan-handling for quick cash bugs and presses him for money, each one of these encounters chip away at what remains of his tolerance and sanity, he then has tense confrontation with members of a Mexican gang, in which he takes a gym bag filled with guns from them after they try to kill him in a drive by shooting, but end up missing him and crashing their car. There is a priceless scene with Douglas at a Whammy Burger joint where he orders breakfast but they are now serving the lunch menu, he makes them change the menu back to breakfast again with help of a machine gun from the gym bag, but things really take an ugly and deadly turn when he meets a racist, homophobic neo-Nazi owner of a surplus value center, chilling played by Frederic Forrest. Robert Duvall gives an superlative performance as a veteran cop on his last day on the force before retiring who begins to put together the pieces of this mysterious crime spree that is plaguing the city by a seriously emotionally disturbed man, who is described as a white man in a white shirt and tie, wearing glasses and carrying a gym bag. Fine direction by Joel Schumacher, with terrific supporting performances by Barbara Hershey, Rachel Ticotin, Tuesday Weld, Lois Smith, Raymond J. Barry, and Vondie Curtis-Hall, but it's Michael Douglas's astonishing show-stopping performance that is the heart of this motion picture, and it is one of the most memorable roles of his distinguish career. Exquisite photography by Andzej Bartkowiak, and a superb score by James Newton Howard. A thought-provoking, unsettling gem from the early 90s. Highly Recommended.

Mackenie S (ru) wrote: Extremely well-done! It breakes my heart knowing Vivien Leigh would be dead in two years.