Bottom Live 2003: Weapons Grade Y-Fronts Tour
Eddie has locked himself away in the toilet and Richie finds he's been inventing gadgets and only to find himself joining Eddie on a adventure through time and space on-board Eddie's time machine "The Turdis" which is a toilet cubicle.
Eddie has locked himself away in the toilet and Richie finds he's been inventing gadgets and only to find himself joining Eddie on a adventure through time and space on-board Eddie's time machine "The Turdis" which is a toilet cubicle. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bottom Live 2003: Weapons Grade Y-Fronts Tour torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Despite the five leads having great natural chemistry and the obligatory creepy doll girl being successfully creepy, the film moves from scare to scare with an ending that is drawn out too long.
(jp) wrote: Original with a great cast of characters. The plot stalled at times and there just wasn't much chemistry between any of the characters. Kristen Stewart was emotionless as Snow White as she appeared to believe she was still playing in a Twilight movie. Chris Hemsworth is a serviceable actor but it is hard to view him as a leading actor in Hollywood as at least in my mind he has been typecast as Thor and doesn't seemed to concerned about breaking from that part. The movie wasn't bad but nothing really stood out that made me want to see it again.
(fr) wrote: this is bad. I think they are trya been saw goodbye b movies.
(ag) wrote: Clearly a movie with this much star power does not equate to a good movie. Most of the short stories were bizarre or uninteresting. One of two of them were humorous if still odd, and one in particular was completely horrifying. Pretty much a waste of my life.
(nl) wrote: You never stop asking "What?" but I really enjoyed it and the music is wonderful.
(de) wrote: The definitive Madchester film, if only for the reason it sells the myth and the magic, rather than sticking to "the facts".
(us) wrote: Another fine cracker from Mike Leigh
(it) wrote: Just finished watching it. Loved this movie! It's a classic!
(nl) wrote: "LIGHT" COMEDY...COOKED TO THE MAX!!!
(fr) wrote: Pseudo intellectual imaginary war..
(kr) wrote: Excellent film. Cary Grant not a typical role. Plays a role of a reclusive spotter in the Asia Pacific during WWII and informs the US and reports enemy aircraft. Until a boat load of school girls capsizes and ends up on the same island and changes his life, and not theirs. Very Funny.
(es) wrote: This looks very funny.
(de) wrote: A 'rehash', really? I found this film to be thought-provoking and original. It almost (almost mind) stretched credibility too far with some of the storyline, and there was a scene in the woods where I think the Director thought Lena Olin had got it right first time, and I just don't agree. But Gere's portrayal of a bip-polar sufferer was utterly convincing, and as for the scene on the roof, it looked real to me - how did they do that, .
(au) wrote: After abusing and overpopulating the Earth, humanity's last gasp at survival is a two-hundred-year trek to uncharted paradise amongst the stars. But while the last survivors of our race wait in cryogenic storage for landfall, gruesome monsters have unexpectedly taken over the deck. This really had the makings of an entertaining little romp - not quite smart enough to be Alien, nor eccentric enough to be Event Horizon - but it falls flat on its face in the follow-through. It's color-by-numbers in all the worst ways, stealing liberally from dozens of sources and robbing them of the intangibles that made them worth taking in the first place. The dialog and acting are downright atrocious, equally pale impersonations of brighter pictures. Dennis Quaid, no stranger to sci-fi stinkbombs, takes the lead as one of the ship's off-kilter captains, and promptly hams it up with an awful Harrison Ford impression. Behind the scenes, the editing is aggressively irritating, confronting every tricky scene with so many jump cuts, I felt close to an epileptic seizure. Even the film's climactic twist, revealed like it were the mother of all mind-blowers, is telegraphed at least an hour earlier and whiffs like a kid at his first tee-ball practice. So much energy and enthusiasm, but nothing more to show for it than a gust of air and a loose sense of embarrassment. Decent creature effects and a strong claustrophobic atmosphere, but that's all I'll give it.
(it) wrote: It just kind of happened...
(it) wrote: This is a film that I came across on Netflix and the name of the film alone grabbed my attention and got me curious about what the film is. This movie a B horror comedy that's very reminiscent of the classic 80s horror films and takes heavy inspiration from the Evil Dead films with its brutal gore to its down right immature but effective comedy to the satire to the way the demons look, talk and act. This movie is pretty good for what it is. The main actors who are all knew to me did a fairly good job in the film. The story itself was the basic save the world from doom after accidentally releasing evil type of plot which makes sense for this film seeing as it parrots and makes fun of those kind of things and cliches. Overall tho it was well worth a watch and it being very heavy with the Evil Dead similarities helped with my enjoyment of the film more seeing as I love that trilogy. 3.5/5