An out-of-work singer, Victoria Grant (Julie Andrews), meets a just-fired, flamboyant gay man in a diner in 1920's Paris. He convinces her to pretend to be a man who is a female impersonator in order to get a job. The act is a hit in a local nightclub, but things get complicated when a gangster and nightclub owner from Chicago, King Marchan (Michael Nouri) falls in-love with "her." Flimed live on stage on Broadway, 1995

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Victor/Victoria torrent reviews

Barry T (kr) wrote: Visually amazing this was a challenging oddity. Its a brave choice with Robin Wright playing her self in her last film role. Its all about work drying up and her becoming immortalised. Set in the future and with an array of stars this was not for everyone but i enjoyed it thoroughly.

Anna N (us) wrote: Horror = Not interested.

Spoon T (ca) wrote: this movies got everything: mile heigh club, a plane, snakes in a microwave, snakes and samual l jackson with a tazor

Frances H (br) wrote: Although not a golf fan, or even a sports fan, I did like this movie and I feel the critics unfairly panned it. A good cast gave good performances and I loved the scenes where the camera literally was the ball. Although the film was too long and the beginning was slow, by the end, even I, who if I go to hell will have to cook for a living and watch golf in my spare time, was watching this film with real interest and that is saying quite a lot.

Hannah D (mx) wrote: I really loved this, even after only reading the book little over a week ago. The plot still seemed fresh, and I thought the right actors were chosen for the roles, especially Romola Garai who played Cassandra. I found her really endearing! I did not realise that the actor who played Elliot in ET played Simon Cotton!

Waleed A (es) wrote: not bad. some dumb stuff and questionable parts, but the story kept me into it and i became invested in the characters. it wasn't as suspenseful or fast-paced as it could have been, or would have been if it was made ten years later. (2 viewings)

Angie Y (kr) wrote: Ugh. Unfunny and flat-out terrible.

Dane P (jp) wrote: Cronos is okay. But you kind of feel bad that this movie took 7 years to make for how simple it is.

Jos (de) wrote: Quiet and moving biopic about a Welsh poet during the first world war. Lovely piece of work. I'm told to get the full emotional impact of the thing it helps to speak Welsh (because of the poetry). Ah ha. Alas my only claim to fame about the Welsh language is that I know how to pronounce the title of the movie

Dan H (au) wrote: Wow, it's Magneto from X-Men, but he's turned into a woman & she has a robot friend who looks like a oven with industrial tubing for arms & legs & a bucket for a head.

jesse k (it) wrote: This is a solid movie. Well acted, well directed, interesting location. And I like true crime movies just like I enjoy true crime books. This movie deserves a higher rating.