Born to Win
The film follows Jay Jay, a former hair dresser who has become a drug addict. He lives his new life by doing deals for Vivian from time to time. One day he meets Parm, a free-spirited girl. The two fall in love. Jay Jay's drug habit grows, and he soon resorts to robbery. On the threat of arrest, he works alongside two dirty policemen by becoming a narc, and reports on his former fellow junkies. Yet, as the movie continues, Jay Jay sinks deeper into turmoil with feelings of self-hatred.
- Stars:George Segal, Karen Black, Paula Prentiss, Jay Fletcher, Hector Elizondo, Robert De Niro, Ed Madsen, Marcia Jean Kurtz, Irving Selbst, Tim Pelt, José Pérez, Sylvia Syms, Jack Hollander, Alex Colon, Max Brandt,
- Director:Ivan Passer,
- Writer:David Scott Milton (screenplay), Ivan Passer (screenplay), David Scott Milton (story)
A smart-mouthed junkie/loser known as J.J. (George Segal) spends his days looking for just "one more fix". . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Born to Win torrent reviews
(au) wrote: A layered, textured feel-good drama that benefits immensely from the charming presence of Bob the feline.
(kr) wrote: Quite an interesting story, since the slash & Supernatural elements collide in this movie. Its something different then the usual Horror Movie plot....
(jp) wrote: think looks realli good i wanna see it likes lol
(de) wrote: What I got to say is that "John Tucker Must Die" is a teen comedy that is trying to have the same vibe as the movie "Mean Girls". The performances, directing by Betty Thomas and screenplay by Jeff Lowell is okay. But could be a lot better then this. The score is fine. For my opinion, this movie is worthless and completely stupid to watch. "Not a good movie!"
(ca) wrote: el cine uruguayo es lo mas grande que hay
(jp) wrote: One of the most infamous of the early slasher flicks, the film suffers from poor directing and mediocre acting. It's just an excuse to maim, murder, and torture beautiful young women with power tools--and the film doesn't even do that well.
(kr) wrote: An interesting, enjoyable satire in which many of it's themes still apply to today.
(nl) wrote: A psychological thriller indeed! Great concept. Andrew Howard was friggin' great!
(ru) wrote: Good one with Lucille Ball
(us) wrote: good WWII melodrama from UK