Fun Size Review: Parisian Love (1925)

Parisian Love 1925 Clara Bow Silent Movie Review
Clara was a very busy woman.

Clara Bow is the only thing that makes this faux French romance worth seeing. A gangster gal with a heart of pyrite, Clara’s boyfriend is kidnapped by an eccentric rich guy who is determined to make an honest man of him. Clara responds with staging a seduction of her own. None of this is as fun as it sounds. A low budget bore but Clara is a gem.

parisian-love-clara-blow-1925-silent-movie-bye-bye [toggler title=”How does it end? (click here for a spoiler)” ]Clara gets shot by her old gang on her wedding day (to the rich guy) but her old boyfriend recognizes her, there are tidy divorces and she turns out to be an aristocrat who was kidnapped as a baby and all ends with champagne and roses. Or something.[/toggler]

If it were a dessert it would be:

(via tasteofhome.com)
(via tasteofhome.com)

Faux Chicken Nuggets. Chicken or cake? Well, guessing is all the fun! Looks like one thing on the surface, is another inside. Guaranteed to disappoint or weird out anyone who tastes it.

You can read my full-length review of the film here.

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