Ass Backwards

Ass Backwards

Two best friends (Kate and Chloe) embark on a cross country trip back to their hometown to attempt to win a pageant that eluded them as children.

Kate and Chloe ranked last place in a local pageant contest back when they were kids. Now they are all grownups, the two best friend returns to their hometown aiming to win that exact contest. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ass Backwards torrent reviews

Stephanie D (au) wrote: Apparently I liked this movie more than everyone else. It was cute. Sarah and Freddie made me laugh.

Walker P (nl) wrote: they get better every time.

Tosha A (jp) wrote: Worth checking out snakes are a plus =)

Aaron P (ru) wrote: A sharp, realistic look at the morality that comes with marriage.

Spencer S (es) wrote: "Ginger Snaps" is one of the first films that I have seen that glamourizes and sexualizes the lore of the lycan. The film stars horror staples Katharine Isabelle and Emily Perkins as sisters in a quaint suburb that is being terrorized by a beastly wolf. One of the sisters is attacked by the animal and starts exhibiting strange signs: she gets her period late in life, she changes appearance, and her behavior veers towards sexual, she wants for bloodlust, and she starts growing long thick hair over her entire body. Katharine Isabelle has since become a horror icon, and in this, her most memorable role, she shines as the confused, sex-driven werewolf in conversion. She and her slightly younger sister (Perkins) are also obsessed with death and all its hideousness, which makes the characters that much more complex and grim. There's a lot of blood and gore throughout the film, but most of the "horror" lies in the transformation of Isabelle's character from girl to lycan. If you enjoy slightly exploitative forms of horror, with serious monster makeup, this is definitely the film for you.

Kyle R (ag) wrote: Only occasionally funny. Despite switching the classic Romantic-Comedy male and female roles, the film still gets bogged down with too many clichs.

Ryan S (us) wrote: Not great, but there are some fun parts to the film for sure

Daniel P (ca) wrote: A technical masterpiece though the later stages of the film feel grossly misogynistic in parts, Vertigo still looks fantastic on the big screen, the abrupt ending still shocks, and that score is simply stunning.