Why I Wore Lipstick to My Mastectomy
Shortly after graduating from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, Geralyn Lucas lands her dream job working for 20/20. Lucas is then diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 27 and has a dilemma - whether to have a lumpectomy or the potentially safer mastectomy.
- Category:General, Drama
- Stars:Bryce Dallas Howard, Isaach De Bankolé, Danny Glover, Willem Dafoe, O.A.K. Devar, Jayalalitha J, Jaishankar, Manorama, V.S. Raghavan, Cho Ramasawamy, Sachu, Major Sundarrajan, Tony Curran, Peyton List, Cameron Goodman, Cullen Douglas, Dave Power, James Snyder, Tom Kemp, Kaylan Tracey, Jen Alison Lewis, James Ryen, Sarah Chalke, Jay Harrington, Lally Cadeau, Harvey Atkin, Robin Brûlé, Mayko Nguyen, Julie Khaner, Ron Lea, Patti LaBelle, Conrad Pla, Geoffrey Pounsett, Jordan Barker, Andrew Gillies, Yanna McIntosh, Janet Lo,
- Director:Peter Werner,
- Writer:Nancey Silvers, Geralyn Lucas (book)
A young woman tries to keep a positive attitude while battling breast cancer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Why I Wore Lipstick to My Mastectomy torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Review:I was expecting this movie to be full of zombies with a totally terrible storyline, but it actually wasn't that bad. The acting was pretty bad and Trejo was only in a couple of scenes, after they had plastered him all over the poster, but the film is watchable, for a low budgetindependent movie. The monster near the end looked completely ridiculous, but I got the whole Haiti Voodoo magic concept which wasn't badly written. Don't get me wrong, it is pretty corny, but the reason why it is watchable is because there is some sense in what the brother is trying to do. Basically he is trying to find his brother who has passed over to the evil spirit world and he has to fight demons and his sketchy past. It's not the best storyline but I have seen worse. Anyway, if you want a movie t watch in the background then this isn't bad but it's definitely not to be taken seriously. Watchable!Round-Up:I hired this movie thinking that Danny Trejo was going to be in it, but he's only in a couple of scenes. Most of the movies that I hire with Trejo on the front cover is a total distribution ploy to get you to hire the movie because he is usually is the best thing in it. Its not because he is a brilliant actor, its basically because he usually kicks butt and his movies are so bad that they actually become funny. Apart from that, I haven't heard of any of the actors before so I can't really comment on there previous work or there careers. I personally don't think that I will see the actors again because they weren't that amazing.I recommend this movie to people who are into there voodoo type movies about a guy trying to find his brother who is tramped in the evil spirit world. 2/10
(jp) wrote: Worst film ever watched... :'( SRK sucks...
(au) wrote: The miniseries. WW I. It would have been interesting had it not been so utterly slow...... Really have liked all the books so far by Sebastian Faulks, but maybe this also should be read..... not watched....
(de) wrote: Surprisingly watchable
(nl) wrote: My Wife is a Gangster is unique blend of different genres: action, comedy, and drama. It's main focus is on comedy, so don't see this movie thinking it is wall to wall action. It does have a couple of great fight scenes - one in the rain, one in a field of tall grass, and one in the rival gang's hideout. The action choreography and camera work is done superbly, very stylish. The movie has some great comedy and also has some drama thrown in, which is done to great effect. Overall, this movie works and is unique in it's own right.
(gb) wrote: A tad bit drawn out. A decent drama but only worth one viewing.
(nl) wrote: This movie is not called Street Zombies. It's called Ozone.
(mx) wrote: Good film, until it's killed by the ending.
(ag) wrote: Different, cute and campy...I found this little gem very entertaining.
(es) wrote: only watched for a few minutes and wtf! but has a funny terrible movie quality
(nl) wrote: There are some big names associated with this film. First of all the script was written by Robert Presnell, Jr. & Ben Hecht. I don't know very much about the former but as for Ben Hecht - he was considered one of Hollywood's greatest writers. Look up his resume sometime and it reads like a roll call of the most beloved films in Hollywood history: Scarface, Design For Living, Wuthering Heights, Notorious, Legend of The Lost - well...I guess they can't be all winners. A wealthy frenchman, Paul Bonnard (played by Italian Rossano Brazzi) arrives at a dusty desert town called Timbucktu. He is in search of the best guide to lead him into the heart of the Sahara desert. The best guide happens to be - no, not some native guy who lived there all his life...but an american guy, Joe January (Marion Mo...err, John Wayne). He's much more louder & boisterous than any native guy anyway. It seems Monsieur Bonnard knows the whereabouts of a long lost city somewhere in the middle of the desert. His long lost father had apparently been there years before and left instructions for his son on how to find it. How a long lost father could send instructions to his son - I do not know - but it sounds good. There are some things in this film that doesn't make too much sense - so don't dwell on them too much if you wanna enjoy this film. Monsieur Bonnard instructs Mr. January to gather supplies for the arduous trek. Bonnard visits the local brothel, in the meantime, and ends up with Timbucktu's fave lady of the evening, Dita (Sophia Loren - another Italian). Mr. January finds Bonnard & Dita talking religion the next morning. Seeing the unused bed, January quips "...struck out, huh. Let's mosey. You wanna scrub up Dita's soul - it may take some time..." Dita shoots back: "Go...laugh at me...because Monsieur has been talking to me all night as if I were a human being, you desert pig!" Between Bonnard talking lost city, January making disparaging remarks about Dita...and Dita calling January "a dirty pig"...well, you get the idea how the dialogue goes for the rest of the film. Cinematographer Jack Cardiff lensed this and did a wonderful job too. The photography really is the highlight of this film - showing the beauty of the high african desert a good 5 years before Lawrence of Arabia. The print that I saw (broadcast on MGM-HD channel) was very pristine. Technicolor never looked any better, methinks. Even with the star power of a John Wayne and a Sophia Loren - they really didn't have too much chemistry together in this. This being their only film together - I suppose other people thought as much also... Nothing much happens in this film...or rather, nothing worth remembering anyway. The story kind of reminds me a bit of The Treasure of The Sierra Madre. Well, actually - not really. I take it back. The Treasure of The Sierra Madre a much richer viewing experience. 4/10
(au) wrote: Awesome movie! I loved it. best movie ever! :-)
(nl) wrote: Great low budget sci-fi movie full of atmosphere and deep narrative.
(it) wrote: 1st half of the movie is totally different than the 2nd half.
(au) wrote: A pretty bad flick, but I admit laughing a few times. At least I watched it all.