Bubba Ho-tep tells the "true" story of what really did become of Elvis Presley. We find Elvis as an elderly resident in an East Texas rest home, who switched identities with an Elvis impersonator years before his "death," then missed his chance to switch back. He must team up with JFK and fight an ancient Egyptian mummy for the souls of their fellow residents.
- Category:Mystery, Comedy, Fantasy
- Stars:Jason Schwartzman, Mickey Rourke, Brittany Murphy, Bruce Campbell, Ossie Davis, Ella Joyce, Heidi Marnhout, Bob Ivy, Edith Jefferson, Larry Pennell, Reggie Bannister, Daniel Roebuck, Daniel Schweiger, Harrison Young, Linda Flammer, Cean Okada, Solange Morand, Karen Placencia,
- Director:Don Coscarelli,
- Writer:Joe R. Lansdale (short story), Don Coscarelli (screenplay)
The movie tells the story of an aging and embittered Elvis who claims to be John F. Kennedy, explaining that he was patched up after the assassination, dyed black, and abandoned. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bubba Ho-Tep torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Fell in love with this show. Me, a 47 year old woman. Oh, and then my husband got sucked in =)
(ru) wrote: Can feel cheap time to time, yet a lot of the acting was well done. If you need a zombie fix quick, Dead Season is the right movie to watch
(es) wrote: Not bad....cast was good....very slow at the beginning, picks up in the second half....great ending....and pretty good character development throughout.....
(jp) wrote: Remade from a 1980s flick Bridehead begins in the 20s. This a win for me already since I adore the fashions of the 20s. Julia's engagement gown made me swoon. I don't know if I'm skilled enough to make this though. Maybe if I found a pattern. This one on the other hand would be quite easy if I could just find this fabric. The movie was quite good. I like flicks where you don't quite know who to root for because no one is particularly good. This is recommended and it's a love story...kinda.
(ca) wrote: I think the biggest magic of this film is in that interviews and the ways of retelling that great moments. I like when during the shooting of memories the main attention is to the faces of heroes, the most brilliant was the episode of old woman trying to teach little girl a dance. I think the message involved here is to all humanity that life's worth living if you have even just one memory when you were happy, what than will automatically become the concept to which I just fell in love called Evidence of Living. To say truth i was waiting something a bit more , sentimentally emotional to say , but what it turned out to be , was no worse than what i expected, I recommend this outstanding existensial drama to all film lovers and even more , LIFE LOVERS !
(ru) wrote: It's sad. Many people have missed the mark of understanding what this movie is truly about-Being a kid, and using your imagination.
(kr) wrote: A better than average example of the post-Hammer, neo-gothic horror films that were coming out in the 80's. The idea of Dr. Jekyll turning into Jack the Ripper was a masterstroke, and Anthony Perkins does a darn good job in the role(s), but the direction by former porn maker Gerard Kikoine is substandard. Could've been a bit gorier, too...
(es) wrote: Finally got around the seeing this, Criterion has a impressive two disk set.