The Palm Beach Story

The Palm Beach Story

Gerry and Tom Jeffers are finding married life hard. Tom is an inventor/ architect and there is little money for them to live on. They are about to be thrown out of their apartment when Gerry meets rich businessman being shown around as a prospective tenant. He gives Gerry $700 to start life afresh but Tom refuses to believe her story and they quarrel. Gerry decides the marriage is over and heads to Palm Beach for a quick divorce but Tom has plans to stop her.

Struggling architect Tom Jeffers needs cash to develop his big idea. His wife, who loves him, decides to raise it for him by divorcing him and marrying a millionaire. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Palm Beach Story torrent reviews

Kurt C (nl) wrote: The oddest concept for a movie EVER! But surprisingly enough, I had a few good laughs lol.

Daniela L (jp) wrote: It delivers honest laughs and plugs at the heartstrings without delving too deep. A delightfully warm comedy that conveys how good writers and actors can work wonders with clichd premises. It also helps that SJWs were most likely very triggered.

Tyler A (ag) wrote: a bit scrambled with so many players it was hard to follow typical heist movie with shoot em up bang bang. good twist at end, n a killer outfit

Hrant B (kr) wrote: Fairly ok movie, good cast, predictable script. Nothing special, a low budgeted movie that isn't worth watching. The movie teaches us two lessons, don't judge a book by its cover and don't live with lost hope.

Heather M (ru) wrote: I will maybe watch this if I hear anything good.

Antonio M (gb) wrote: Excellent film noir movie with great suspense

John D (fr) wrote: Entertaining enough. Being a rom-com, women would generally love it. The porno movie making scenes were a bit titillating, but were arguably pushing the envelope for this genre, Overall pretty smart and entertaining. Rom-Com fans would likely rate it higher.

Tennille M (fr) wrote: Not for the faint. My favorite of his movies.

Jose M (it) wrote: I saw some of this film. I would not mind watching it from the beginning.

Jens L (gb) wrote: When i was young i was pretty shocked seeing this. But i have to admit that living in Germany at the time this was made it was nearly impossible to have an idea what really happened in the wake of the fight for equality...just imagine not having a global source like the internet nowadays. Today i have to say that this movie is not really showing the facts like we know them today. Its pretty obvious that the black community wouldn't have reached anything if they would have let fight their fight by white people...all they achieved they did by putting their own skin at risk. Beside of that was the role of the FBI not so glorious like they wanna make us believe here. Based on facts we know today it seems more like the feds had been a part of the problem more than being a solution.Rating this setting aside the historical implicatuons it isn't a bad mivie...but the topic us too important to muschi around here...

Matthew J (ru) wrote: Michael Caine is terrific as the has-been thriller writer in this nifty little send-off to 'Sleuth'. Sidney Lumet again provides with terrific directing (possibly his second best after '12 Angry Men). In the other hand 'Deathtrap' has it's own fair share of problems namely the first act of Jay Presson Allen's script which drags on and on and on until it eventually picks up after the murder. Also the music (which seems to be a direct rip-off of the brilliant 'Sleuth' soundtrack). Unfortunately none of these problems seem relevant when you look at the biggest thing wrong with the first half of this film. It's the incredible over-acting of Dyan Cannon. She doesn't only chew up the scenery she devours it every time she opens her mouth using her endless flamboyance and shouting. Using a quote from a great movie dear to me "the actress attacks the role with both hands and strangles it to death".

Michael S (ca) wrote: For a film centered around sports betting and gambling addiction, there doesn't seem to be a whole lot at stake. Despite fine performances by Pacino and McConaughey, this lack of narrative focus sinks the film.

Rob S (mx) wrote: I think, in the hands of another director, this film could have been something more than it is. Ben Mendelsohn is great playing a heartbreaking character, a real world loser. Ryan Reynolds does his best playing second fiddle, but doesn't have the depth of character acting that his counterpart shows. There are very good moments between the two, but too many dull moments in between. Still worth a look, though.

Sgt C (mx) wrote: (59%) A real piece of all over the place Hollywood that shuffles itself around like a deck of cards every other scene. The main focus is not on DeNiro, or even Edward Burns, but on two eastern European maniacs who feature heavily throughout. What makes this so uneven is the tone. It starts as a crime thriller, then there's some breaking news exploitation satire with Kelsey Grammer, then DeNiro comes in turning it more into a cop action movie, then there's a series of quite sweet romantic scenes that come in between footage the two bad guys filming themselves murdering someone making everything feel more than a little slapdash. Yet it sort of works mainly because everything happens so fast, and there's so much of it to get through. The fact that the cast is more than capable doesn't hurt much either, and it is quite well made too. It's just action cop movie thrillers, romance, a playful sense of humour, and snuff movies all mixed together doesn't create a great recipe for success.