Be Kind Rewind

Be Kind Rewind

A man whose brain becomes magnetized unintentionally destroys every tape in his friend's video store. In order to satisfy the store's most loyal renter, an aging woman with signs of dementia, the two men set out to remake the lost films.

Jack Black and Mos Def erase all tapes in their store, so they re-film all of films with their own camera. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Be Kind Rewind torrent reviews

Adam D (nl) wrote: Not long before your shaking you're head in how is this allowed to happen mode

Kace C (au) wrote: Elena Undone [Conn, 2010] Very preachy, it's like an educational video w/ characters too stupid to perceive the odds of forbidden love. 2/10

Timothy S (jp) wrote: Larry the Cable Guy has said in recent interviews that he feels his films have continued to improve over the years, and clearly he's more successful as a comedian than a film critic. His latest, "Witless Protection", is a complete abomination that manages to somehow be worse than both "Delta Farce" and "Health Inspector". And that's really saying something. This movie is undeniably witless, and its cast with has-beens and never weres is presumably there to make Larry seem like a bigger star. It doesn't work. He may be a very talented stand-up comedian, but I don't think he'll ever make the transition to comedic leading man in successful pictures. Especially if he keeps picking weak, tired material such as this. There is not an actor alive that could have taken this script and turned it into a winning movie, so you ca't really fault Larry entirely. This film feels like a relic left over from the '80's, and not in a good way. Larry has zero chemistry between his co-star Ivana Milicivic, and Jenny McCarthy is still scorching hot but she's never been able to cut it as an actress. This film does little to improve that situation, and then Eric Roberts shows up and does absolutely nothing. Like all really bad comedies, the film drags for seemingly an eternity, and the listless direction by newcomer Charles Robert Carner really sinks this fast. It never really had a chance with so much inexperience behind the camera. In fact, the only joke that works is giving Yaphet Kotto's character the same name as his "MIdnight Run" character. It's fun for movie buffs, but the rest of "Witless Protection" is a downer. This is so dumb it would have been a perfect starring vehicle for the Fat Boys.

liie l (ca) wrote: boring and not interresting

Emma B (fr) wrote: I Love Winnie The Pooh And Friendz

I dont know w (ag) wrote: I saw a review and let me just say this WILL be awful.

Lynda M (nl) wrote: A beautiful shortish film by Hal Hartley, with free structure letting the viewer to express or feel where the conversations are going. Lovely.

Christopher M (kr) wrote: Louis Malle is brilliant. He gets unbelievable performances by an unreal cast. His work in this film is maybe only topped by Polanski and Hitchcock. The last scene is awesome!

donna a (ca) wrote: great movie . 2 thumbs up

shelly b (au) wrote: My prof claims to be in the scene when the scoreboard gets hacked. and he is in the chanting crowd. Claims its one that no one claims to be in it who isn't

Wes S (es) wrote: Not too interesting, as the plot is confusing and the characters don't help out much. It has certain plot elements that seem interesting, but the film just is too slow and doesn't deliver enough to be entertaining enough.

Adam R (kr) wrote: (First and only viewing - 4/2/2010)

Eric A (mx) wrote: Technically amazing. The opening scene is a beautiful synchronization of sight and sound. It's a shame that the plot isn't stronger or that most of the music isn't that memorable. Screwball-lite.

Alex K (mx) wrote: Better then what I fort it would be

Katie D (kr) wrote: Possibly the worst movie I've ever seen.