Three young men, a scriptwriter, a producer and a director are called in by Benny U Murdoch, an exotic movie producer. He wants to make a new erotic movie starring a big woman - the "Eskimo Nell" of the title. However problems start from the beginning, the scriptwriter is a virgin, a lover of penguins and hasn't a clue on how to write an erotic movie, each of the three main backers want a different type of movie - a western, an erotic and a kung-fu movie with different people in the main part. However problems really start for the three when Benny runs off with all the money and they have to make three different versions of the same film and try not to let the backers and stars know what has happened. And this is made harder when there is a clean-up-filth society breathing down their necks....
Three young men, a scriptwriter, a producer and a director are called in by Benny U Murdoch, an exotic movie producer. He wants to make a new erotic movie starring a big woman - the "Eskimo Nell" of the title. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Eskimo Nell torrent reviews
(au) wrote: If you want to watch a fast-paced chase movie that doesn't pretend to be anything more weighty, this is it. Joseph Gordon-Levitt is worth watching in any of his performances anyway. If you want anything more, take your popcorn elsewhere.
(jp) wrote: Bravo performance from Sasha Grey
(ag) wrote: This is a real cheap attempt at a horror movie.The scene where the girl put a dog in a blender and drank it's blood afterwards was really sik,and disgusting.
(ag) wrote: will be seeing this shortly...
(gb) wrote: The Billy Carter to Babe's Jimmy Carter.
(br) wrote: Couldn't give a damn about any of the characters, tis difficult to empathise with arseholes
(au) wrote: Peter Sellers is an L.A. lawyer. His hippie girlfriend gives him special brownies and hilarity ensues! A must-see!
(es) wrote: The good: An excellent practical effects showcase, the likes of which is almost never seen in the modern day.The bad: I know entirely too much about Mr. Tarantino's personal preferences based on the content of this film.Recommended for fans of wacky action and extreme violence. Not recommended for those with delicate sensibilities due to extreme language, violence, and sexual content.
(au) wrote: I completely loved this movie, there are some parts that you might not want your child to watch but other than some of those this is a very good kids movie. It's funny but there are some negatives to the movie including the storyline which could be considered very boring.
(it) wrote: This movie was much funnier than it should have been. I wound up really liking this. The script was shamelessly silly and never tried to hide its silliness and never fell into the trap of living off of just one joke. Its shameless silliness and a very likable cast (complete with Chevy Chase in a small role) made this movie work. I will always be a fan of Motley Lou :)
(br) wrote: A very good filmmaker in Alexander Payne meets a quirky, wine-soaked script and together they create Sideways (2004) - an excellent romantic comedy and subtle road trip movie. Payne really finds the beauty in the Santa Barbara and Ventura County regions of Southern California wine country. He combines that natural beauty with flawed people trying to find beauty and naturalness in their own lives. The low-key, jazzy musical score never interferes with the dialogue, which is key to this film's success. It is funny and heartfelt at the same time. Paul Giamatti plays Miles as a self-loathing, wine-loving wingman to Thomas Hayden Church's up tempo, albeit wine-ignorant, charmer; a nice contrast. The female leads also complement each other nicely. Virginia Madsen uses listening and conversation as a tool to pry open the hard-shelled, crusty Miles to reveal a good guy who loves wine, wants love, and to be taken seriously. Meanwhile, Sandra Oh's flirty Maya scores the right pitch with Church's character Jack: a man-child who is as funny and he is insecure. Character-driven, uniquely set in the west coast wine country, and wonderful human writing make Payne's Sideways a winner. It is tough not to like it.