Hollywood or Bust
The last movie with Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin together, is a satire of the life in Hollywood. Steve Wiley is a deceiver who cheats Malcolm Smith when he wins a car, claiming that he won it too. Trying to steal the car, Steve tells Malcolm that he lives in Hollywood, next to Anita Ekberg's. When Malcom hears that, they both set out for Hollywood and the adventure begins...
A singer who can't pay his bookie joins a nerdy, star-struck movie fan and his Great Dane in a cross-country convertible ride to Hollywood. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hollywood or Bust torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Loved this film.. the ending is perfect.
(us) wrote: likable movie, adorable cast. had on a smile almost throughout the flick, when i wasn't chuckling. lin zaizai, cute. ma yuli, hilarious! more au revoir taipeis and taipei exchanges, please!
(ca) wrote: Low budget horror movie (Shot in 3 days for only a few thousand dollars) in the style of Blair Witch, about two young filmmakers that catch an in-progress Exorcism. Knowing how low of a budget this movie had, I was really surprised with the end product. Sure, the acting is the very definition of the word 'horrible' and took me out of the movie at times, and for the subject matter, I felt the movie ran a bit too long - they could have cut 15-20 minutes EASY, and some of the scripted dialog was pretty bad.But the effects were decent for the budget, there was quite a few genuine creepy moments that sent a few chills down my back, and the most surprising thing about it is that it actually had a really interesting back story behind the events happening, that most movies of this kind don't bother to have.All in all, far from perfect, but really damn good for the budget it had, and FAR above my expectations. If you can get past what is quite possibly the worst acting I have ever seen, and you're a fan of these kinds of movies, then I think you'll really enjoy yourself.
(mx) wrote: A funny movie, but no originality almost the exact plot and themes from many other films. it mainly became hyped because of the lead title names.
(jp) wrote: In the film One Last Thing directed by Alex Steyermark, the 16-year-old protagonist Dylan Jameison suffers a terminal illness. The plot began when Dylan is granted any wish of his choice by a foundation that was recorded on local television. Dylan fearlessly announces his wish to spend a weekend alone with Nikki Sinclaire, a supermodel. The storyline continues in New York where he pursuits to fulfill his wish, with the rest of the strength left his system has to offer.
(mx) wrote: It was ok, but I got oversaturated on asteroid-hitting-the-earth-annihilating-all-life movies after seeing "Meteor" and Sci-Fi Channel"s Asteroids" this past weekend. Meteror, although not great, is the best of them all. But "Force of Impact" is worth a look. Antonio Sabato, Jr. and Michael Boisvert are both gorgeous! Rae Dawn Chong actually does a great job of acting! Michael Moriarty overplays the crooked, corrupt general trying to keep the news of a doomsday asteroid a secret. The movie doesn't have much creativity when it comes to ordinary citizens giving Pentagon-based spies the slip, or breaking into a high-security military base. If it was that easy, wouldn't everybody be doing it?
(es) wrote: I am a big fan of Glick. I would have much preferred a PG 13 version. The crude sexual humor added nothing to the formula. I liked it well enough to sit through the whole thing, but I wouldn't watch it again like I have the Comedy Central Glick programs.
(ag) wrote: Un bon policier de hong-kong d'il y 10 ans.Plutt efficace, moins bourrin que les productions hollywoodiennes avec cependant un certain kitch des effets sp (C)ciaux.A noter Andy Lau qui se d (C)marque par une prestation un cran au dessus du reste du casting.
(nl) wrote: Original and enjoyable :)
(es) wrote: This movie was actually really good, I enjoyed all the visuals and the way they tell a lot of the story just from the horse's expressions is pretty spectacular, definitely a high rating from me and will definitely watch it again!
(it) wrote: stupid funny lol pointless
(au) wrote: Self-indulgent stories around a mystery love-letter. Despite the various names involved the semblance of the story that exists fails to inspire.
(br) wrote: "picnic" is william holden's attempt to flaunt that he could also be a romantic lead after his comeptent portrait of rugged veteran characters in various testicle-launched war flicks like "stalag 17" or "the bridge at toko-ri" or "the wild bunch"(in his older days)..this time he not only plays the romantic lead who captivates the prettiest girl in town but also a twenty-something fair lad who catches the covetous eye of everygirl within it in broadway-adapted "picnic" even holden was 37 then. "picnic" is another beatnik-sympathizer within the 50s since its protagonist is a hitchhiking highway vagabond who squanders his prime youth away in trivial hot-blooded fistfights and epicurean indulgences which earn him the niche of heroic figure in college, big football athlete who cannot accomplish schoolwork. now he's in the crossroad of life as he approaches 30, he's achieved nothing in life but some feeble applaud of notoriety among schoolmates, so he's seeking his wealthy college roommate with expectation to get a job of position in his friend's family enterprise. but what kind of catatonic aftermath would his arrival bring about to the rural midwest town? he makes a spectable of himself in the picnic then steals the heart of the beauty queen who happens to his friend's girl in town..everyone disintegrates to manifest his/her true self after the picnic which literily changes their lives. the play's one voice of rumination would be rosalind russell's old maid schoolteacher who publicly scolds holden as swaggering faker who pretends he's still young, a never-do-good loser who conceives himself as something unique. that remark shatters holden's proud machismo that arouses the pathos of kim novak's beauty queen. so they're struck by the arrow of cupid ever since. holden's shirt gets torn off by russell's character right after his refusal to dance with her while he's into the feverish binge of waltzing with kim novak. the old maid's infuriated by his neglect so she cuts loose her facade of feminine frigidity, pouring words of vehom to baffle him..and the torn shirt is holden's ideal vehicle to demonstrate his charm as the sexy thing women wanna vie for. so the old maid defeats the complacent hulk into pieces while she quits deceiving herself about the fact she's a lonely desperate wrtetched woman who wanna settle down with someone that leads to her proposal to her long-term boyfriend whom she dismisses as friend-boy. it lays bare of the emotional depth of a woman's concealed despair and rosalind russell's performances give great dimensions of humanity to the character's volcanic grudges as well as her sorrowful solitude. but it is unfair for the reviewers to consider her character something like harridan with misogynistic contempts. as for the crowd-pleasing union of holden's and novak's characters, it's merely a compliance to the trend of countercultural social movement to a minor degree by sanitizing the characters into a more acceptible level with redeeming graces. holden's character's a loser by social standard, whose naivete and lack of social commitment comtribute to his demeaned status within society. he deserves so since he's fooling around while others're paying their duties. now this sort of person is sympathized and rewarded with the prettiest girl who is willing to sacrifice the prime time of her youth on the road with him, wouldn't that be a biased leftist partiality? at the end, the beauty queen's nerdy sister even confides and encourages her that to elope with a handsome bum like holden would be the smartest thing she's ever done in her life, why would it be just because you cannot gratify your nymphmaniac wish to get into his trousers? personally i would prefer to call it the half-wit immature hypocrasy of bohemianism.
(fr) wrote: Consume. Buy. Obey. Do not question authority. No independent thought. Marry and reproduce.
(fr) wrote: An intelligent and hilarious satire whose main strength lies especially in a superb ensemble cast and a fantastic script that delights us with many priceless exchanges of dialogue as it offers us a relevant, thought-provoking social commentary on the television industry.
(ru) wrote: Leo and Tom shine in this stylish crime caper with a very Hitchcockian feel.
(fr) wrote: Ending couldn't have been any better.....the main theme ('I'm In It For Love') has a great cover version by Jennifer Rush!