Great Balls of Fire!
The story of Jerry Lee Lewis, arguably the greatest and certainly one of the wildest musicians of the 1950s. His arrogance, remarkable talent, and unconventional lifestyle often brought him into conflict with others in the industry, and even earned him the scorn and condemnation of the public.
- Stars:Dennis Quaid, Winona Ryder, John Doe, Stephen Tobolowsky, Trey Wilson, Alec Baldwin, Steve Allen, Lisa Blount, Joshua Sheffield, Mojo Nixon, Jimmie Vaughan, David Ferguson, Robert Lesser, Lisa Jane Persky, Paula Person,
- Director:Jim McBride,
- Writer:Myra Lewis (book), Murray Silver Jr. (book), Jack Baran (screenplay), Jim McBride (screenplay)
The life and career of the wildly controversial rock 'n' roll star, Jerry Lee Lewis. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Great Balls of Fire! torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Very good, enjoyed it a lot. Saw on Netflix and I would recommend to others.
(kr) wrote: I enjoyed this film the first time I watched it half a year ago. Only a week ago did I discover how may reviews it has actually got so I decided to watch it again. And I tried my hardest, honest! I was just completely bored of this film after watching it the second time and getting twenty minutes in. The film has good dialogue and a decent story but it's another one of those films which is only really good enough to watch once and then never see again. So for that fact, the film is not really very good at keeping itself up and is not a solid one whatsoever. In conclusion, this film is really good the first time you watch it, but the second time is just absolute shit.
(fr) wrote: It tries so hard, yet it completely fails. The Girl from the Naked Eye is a wannabe noir murder mystery, when it should have just been a low budget action flick. Its conflicting genres and poor story end making for a somewhat entertaining but highly flawed movie.First off is the genre. By having the main girl murdered in the very first scene, there is no suspense or ticking clock for the hero to beat. Jake (Jason Yee) is a driver and his girlfriend/escort is found murdered. He must avenger her death. The movie would be more thrilling if she was kidnapped instead.The action bits are pretty decent, but only when Jake is fighting Marco, a Capoeira fighter with some mean skills. There is a cheesy homage to the hallway fight in Oldboy, as well as some lame gun play. If they opted to make this just a martial arts flick instead of a noir, it would have succeeded better.Dominque Swain plays another escort that simply gives advice, and she is underused and should have been a new sidekick for Jake. Instead she just points him in the right direction whenever the plot slows down.Overall the movie just feels a rip off of Marv's story in Sin City, but its mixed genres and lack of suspense make for a dull noir wannabe full of voice-overs and no tension or drama. The only humour was the pimp's girlfriend, and it makes for a very stiff and unsatisfying movie.
(ru) wrote: Ah Matthew Vaughn Directing a fantasy comedy, what more can u want in a film, it's truly fantastic film with a brilliant cast including Clare Danes as a sassy star, Michelle Pfeiffer as a incredible evil witch, Robert De Nero as a feminine Pirate and Mark Strong as a dark evil prince!!As this is directed my my favourite director and stars very good actors plus a brilliant storyline and script this is better than I thought It's a great film apples to all people
(us) wrote: Utter shite. The first half was randomly bewildering, the rest just implausible and dull.
(mx) wrote: Not his greatest work but still okay. The script could of done with a little work for example who asks are you married straight after the question whats it like to pull the trigger?
(ag) wrote: no merece este porcentaje, la pelcula esta bien actuada y bien trabajada para que tenga 24%, eso es crueldad
(fr) wrote: An unholy, unintentionally hilarious mess of a flick starring Linda Blair and David Hasselhoff and demonstrating perfectly why the latter never became a household name in horror. Supplement this with a starring role for Leslie Cumming, who delivers a performance so perfectly awful that I thought she was a foreign actress delivering her lines phonetically, and you've just about hit the trifecta. Now throw in a child actor who never made another film or TV appearance, a truly bumbling director (Michael Newlin and Fabrizio Laurenti are the same person), an unbelievably corny script, awful prosthetics that frequently look like they might pop off the wearer at any moment, and scenes in which day turns to night and back again up to 8 times, and it's a so-bad-it's-fun romp through something that you can only scrub out with plenty of bleach.The phrase that most often came to mind for me was, "What were they thinking?" Did they really think that nobody would notice the fake lips being sewn together were made of some sort of hard wax? That when we saw out of a window it was night, but when the shot switched to an interior that it was clearly daytime in the same window? That the nails that came off of a woman's fingers were back on them again a moment later? Really?It's worth noting that the director and most of the cast's careers ended here. Linda Blair still worked in a few B flicks, Hasselhoff simply won't go away, and one other actress has appeared in various TV dramas in bit parts. The rest? Gone. Truly terrible stuff here. If you like really bad horror film disasters, you're gonna love this one.