Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd

Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd

This wacky prequel to the 1994 blockbuster goes back to the lame-brained Harry and Lloyd's days as classmates at a Rhode Island high school, where the unprincipled principal puts the pair in remedial courses as part of a scheme to fleece the school.

The film starring Derek Richardson, Eric Christian Olsen, Eugene Levy is directed by Troy Miller. It is about Harry and Lloyd who are teenagers and best friends. They pass through hard trials together in the high school. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd torrent reviews

Dustin V (ca) wrote: This sequel was better then I thought it would be!

Cameron G (ru) wrote: liked this movie only for the bad guy

Sgt C (kr) wrote: (42%)Gets by with the brilliance of Michael Douglas's acting ability as well the decent supporting cast, but the story simply boils down to a seen-it-all-before family drama about a father trying to regain his child's affection. I hated the clear product placement during what should have been one of the films more interesting parts when Gekko, after many years apart, is about to have dinner with his daughter ("want a Heineken?" as the camera cuts away from the actors to show a cold one just like a TV ad) and the pointless motorcycle scene that is only there so they could put it in the trailer. Without the good cast and decent direction this would have been a right old stinker.

Ian L (ag) wrote: what the fuck was this shit (other than a complete waste of time), if you were to throw in some midgets, riding unicycles, wearing rainbow coloured spandex, juggling flaming poodles, while masturbating to gay porn, i still wouldn't have the generosity to call this movie retarded. the person who directed this should really rethink his career if this was the best he could do, also whoever wrote this had no imagination at all.

Michael M (mx) wrote: A film about multiple types of predator/prey relationships.

Malini R (br) wrote: zindagi maut na ban jaaye samhalo yaaron...

Blake B (br) wrote: A cult classic that is campy, colorful, sensual, and hilarious. A must watch.

lovely l (kr) wrote: i love good perfomances

Hunter S (fr) wrote: The epitome of a thrilling monster movie. Spielberg proves his might as a filmmaker in this masterfully made movie. Characters are sharp, performances are on point, and the plot flows without flaw. I wish summer movies were still made with this level of quality.

Indu R (ag) wrote: A classic movie. Good acting and a good story. Funny and entertaining.

Allan T (us) wrote: Writer John Patrick Stanley's "Moonstruck" received all the glory in 1987, but his other film, FIVE CORNERS, deserves as much praise. Poignant, funny, witty and heartfelt, FIVE CORNERS pairs Robbins' idealistic Freedom Rider of 1964 vs. Turturro's violent psycho who longs for Foster. The DVD is hard to find and early editions are downright awful. Seek an old CHS copy, but will someone please -- please -- do this film justice and release it properly in digital form?

David S (de) wrote: Cheesy, poor special effects, but not altogether a waste of time. Kind of fun. The last still, when credits roll, was cool; you got to see the spider kingdom in full effect.

Stuart K (mx) wrote: Directed by John Sturges (Bad Day at Black Rock (1955), The Magnificent Seven (1960) and The Great Escape (1963)) and based upon the 1963 book by Alistair MacLean, which was inspired by an actual operation that occurred in 1959. It was intended to reunite the cast of The Guns of Navarone (1961), but delays put the kibosh on that. It tries to be suspenseful, but it's overlong and quite dull. Commander James Ferraday (Rock Hudson), who is in charge of the U.S. nuclear attack submarine USS Tigerfish, which is stationed at Holy Loch in Scotland. Ferraday is asked by Admiral Garvey (Lloyd Nolan) to take the Tigerfish into the Arctic, to save the survivors of the British research station Ice Station Zebra, which suffered an accident. Ferraday is told to take along British intelligence agent Mr. Jones (Patrick McGoohan), Combat Commander Captain Anders (Jim Brown) and Russian Defector Boris Vaslov (Ernest Borgnine), who will aid with this mission. However, once they break through the ice and get to the station, priorities and plans change. It should have been a good spy thriller, but too much time is spent on the submarine, and by the time we get into the Arctic, the film has already been smothered. It has a good cast as well, but the film is overlong, it could have done with half an hour trimmed from it to speed things along and keep it tighter and to the point.

danny d (ca) wrote: a fantastic film. a solid concept and good characters although one dimensional for the most part. the execution was, at times, a bit clumsy, but overall the themes of the story were so effective, well thought out, and truthfully cynical.

Isadore H (de) wrote: Tom Cruise is excellent as his turn as a villain for once in a movie. Micheal Mans great direction and the exquisite shots make this film a must see and damn near a perfect movie. I really enjoyed this one, I just really wish Jason Statham and Javier Bardem were not relegated to essentially cameos in here, missed opportunity for sure

Brett S (au) wrote: Mars Attacks is a delightful homage to the old cheesy sci-fi B movies with enough sharp wit and humor to overcome its somewhat overbearing zaniness

Scott M (gb) wrote: A forgettable film. This is another variation of a the story where the anti heroes operate in their own morality. They justify their actions because they see the establishment as being corrupt.