Ziegfeld Girl

Ziegfeld Girl

Discovery by Flo Ziegfeld changes a girl's life but not necessarily for the better, as three beautiful women find out when they join the spectacle on Broadway: Susan, the singer who must leave behind her ageing vaudevillian father; vulnerable Sheila, the working girl pursued both by a millionaire and by her loyal boyfriend from Flatbush; and the mysterious European beauty Sandra, whose concert violinist husband cannot endure the thought of their escaping from poverty by promenading her glamor in skimpy costumes.

During the 1920s, three New York girls pursue careers performing in the iconic Ziegfeld Follies. There are happy endings in store for two of the three female leads. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ziegfeld Girl torrent reviews

Daniel G (es) wrote: Muy divertida , de lo mejor que eh visto en el cine mexicano de comedia

Natalie M (fr) wrote: Having studied at an experimental art school, I found this film to be pretty amusing.

KlausWinfried T (it) wrote: I don't find the full movie in this database, so I write it here, but as said, I have seen a movie with a length of about 79 minutes.I won't add very much to the other reviews, since those I read are true: unique characters, gorgeous music. I think it's a nice told story worth watching.The only reason for me to leave out the last star is that I don't like the setting very much. But that's only my personal taste, so check the movie out yourself!

Lee W (fr) wrote: Hilarious z movie fodder starring none other than Captain Jack himself John Barrowman. You'll believe a shark can eat a whole boat in one go after this & some of the oneliners are just genius. A movie to watch with a few beers but bloody good fun even without!

Skyler B (us) wrote: Just watched most of this on AMC. And by that I mean I fell asleep while it was on TV.

Ryan H (br) wrote: This quickly became one of my favorite films by Woody Allen that I've seen so far (and at this point I've seen 26 of them). It's fragmented with purpose. The editing style really blew me away. In the middle of a sentence there could be a jump cut and you're in a whole new part of the conversation. He does plenty of things to have the audience participate in the film as Harry Block. Harry's not a great character to be, which might be why some people are so uncomfortable with this film. Harry writes his life into stories that are either completely fantastical or follow the line of magical realism. Completely fantastical would be the scene where he goes down to Hell to retrieve the woman he loves, then meets Billy Crystal down there, who's actually Satan. Magical realism would be the segment where Robin Williams finds himself to be out of focus. All of this serves the purpose so that we can understand the life of Harry. It opens with an angry woman going to an apartment, and it keeps going back and showing different jump cuts throughout the credits. It's really interesting because I don't believe he's done jump cuts like this before, so to show he's going all out in being different he also puts it in the middle of his opening credits, which are usually the golden age of Hollywood style of credits in the front of the film. On top of this there's more cursing here than any other Woody Allen film I have seen. It's truly darker than most of his films. There's a scene where he kidnaps his own son, drives up to a ceremony where they give him an award with a hooker, and his friend dies in the back seat. They arrive at the place with his dead friend still in the back seat. It's a pretty strange scene to laugh at since his kid's probably about 10 years old and dealing with death on this level. There's also a scene where Harry's in school teaching his son about why their penises look different. Harry's the kind of guy who likes hookers, loves sex, but doesn't want a real relationship. What's the point? So two people can become like brother and sister? No, no, no. That's not what he wants. Love's out of the question, or so he thought before he realized he was in love with Fay, but he told her never to fall in love with him so she ends up marrying Billy Crystal's character. When the women in his life come back they yell at him about the stories he wrote. How one of the women he slept with was his wife's sister and they had sex at a family outing. Well his ex-wife never found out until the book came out. Harry keeps telling people his books are lightly inspired by his own life, but when you look at it there are only minute differences that don't even matter. One of the stories is about him having sex with a hooker for the first time, then afterwords death knocks on his door calling for the person who lives at the place, which isn't actually him, but that doesn't really matter. On top of all of this, Deconstructing Harry also has one of the best cast list for a Woody Allen film. He tends to cast well, but this one was just incredible: Robin Williams, Elizabeth Shue, Bob Balaban, Eric Bogosian, Paul Giammati, Billy Crystal, Kirstie Alley, Stanley Tucci, Demi Moore, Tobey Maguire, Julia-Louise Dreyfus, and Joan Allen. It's ridiculous. And the whole point is to connect with this messed up character who needs to discover how to get his life to work on some level. He has had writers block since Fay left him, so there's obviously going to be the scene of realization that inspires him to write again. Deconstructing Harry is a truly great film by Woody Allen that shows off his talent as a completely unique narrative filmmaker.

Hunter W (kr) wrote: The expectations set by Empire clearly loom too large for this finale, though the 3rd act does help to close out the trilogy on a reasonably satisfying note.

Jarkko S (ru) wrote: Lapsena tm oli tosi pelottava! Nyt tappajamatojen joukkoinvaasiota ei en pystynyt ottamaan ihan tosissaan, mutta onnistuu olemaan kuitenkin sen verran iljettv, ett tytyy varmuuden vuoksi kurkistaa sngyn alle.

Douglas N (it) wrote: FAirly weak effort, with Mills looking disconcertingly skinny. Score is an obvious delight, and crisp colour mean it's always good to look at. Nowhere near the league of Peeping Tom, from the same pen.