Eddie is a New York limo driver and a fanatical follower of the New York Knicks professional basketball team. The team is struggling with a mediocre record when, in mid-season, "Wild Bill" Burgess, the new owner, as a public relations gimmick, stages an 'honorary coach' contest, which Eddie wins. The fans love it, so "Wild Bill" fires the coach and hires her. She takes the bunch of overpaid prima

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Eddie torrent reviews

Geoffrey B (fr) wrote: Good movie with a cop out ending.

Ernesto Luis H (it) wrote: 26% a Suicide Squad y 49% sta, sus criticas son psimas.

Jillian L (ca) wrote: So, I actually was planning on watching Paris, je t'aime last night, but then I realized I left my copy of it at school, so I went with this one instead. And it was pretty decent. The individual storylines are interesting, and I enjoy the impressive ensemble of actors. My problem is the structure of the movie itself. There are two ways you can go. Have a the storylines continuously filter and intersect one another (ex. Valentine's Day) or you can have a series of shorts, one after the other, and the movie be a compilation of the shorts. The problem here is that they tried to do a mixture of both. Some vignettes stood totally alone, and you never saw the characters again, and others weaved in and out of each other. Then they tried to tie everything in together at the end, but it didn't quite work. So, what I really wanted was consistency. That being said, I did like the majority of the individual stories. I particularly liked the one of the guy bringing a girl to the park (which was written and directed by Natalie Portman, so good for her) the couple taking a walk on their anniversary (I cried), and the boy in the park segment with Anton Yelchin. The one in the hotel with Shia LaBeouf, John Hurt, and Julie Christie was the one that stood out like a sore thumb. It was interesting enough on its own (albeit a little confusing) but it was stylistically miles apart from what every other story was doing. Overall, despite its inconsistencies, it is pleasant and cute enough to deserve a watch.

David S (fr) wrote: Heart-wrenching and strongly acted film (especially by Hurt) about the Rwandan genocide told mainly from the perspective of two white workers at a school. This perspective works, though, because the film is first and foremost about faith in the face of horror.

Barrijon J (kr) wrote: its my favorite it inspiors me to cruz shca bra

ZhiXin L (it) wrote: Started off fantastically, but ended in a way that felt contrived.

George W (de) wrote: Saccharin schmaltz shake. The "Waltons" meets "Little house on the Prairie"."Goodnight Data".

Michelle A (ag) wrote: no info = no interest

Stacey C (ca) wrote: The plot and the director make the movie neat and accruate. Sharon Stone was the best in the movie.

Vincent J (ru) wrote: easily underrated! It's one of my favorites!

Nikola D (nl) wrote: prokleti cigani (film je kvalitetan kao film)

Brett H (br) wrote: Doesn't push the envelope as much as it could with it's surprisingly terrifying premise, and winds up being a rather dull 80s slasher. Having B-movie legends like Tom Atkins and Bruce Campbell should've made this far more entertaining, but it becomes very routine after thirty minutes and you're just waiting for the end. Not nearly as racy as the director's previous film, Maniac, but there are a few instances of brilliance (like a terrified woman shooting an innocent cop) that I hoped would be the film's direction. The premise of not being able to trust ANY cops is absolutely horrifying, and the filmmakers don't do enough with it.

Michael D (kr) wrote: horrendous. and dull.

Arum Padma O (de) wrote: The problems are interesting and realistic, but the only problem is, they didn't process the Michael-Nick-Robert complicated relationship well, it dwells on useless shots.

Camille D (kr) wrote: Rutherford is the incarnation of Miss Marple, Tingwell makes quite a sympathetic inspector and I still love Robert Morley. A lovely short movie (under 1h20) full of Agatha Christie's goodness

CJ C (kr) wrote: I loved this A&C as a kid. Lou as the lion tamer is a classic. Its strange to see how they thought of animals back in the 50's compared to today tho. With Shemp as the blind sharp shooter & Joe Besser as the complaining assistant (they both made Lou look like a genius lol.)

John M (nl) wrote: Too bad...it could have been better I rate it C--