A drama set in the American South, where a precocious, troubled girl finds a safe haven in the music and movement of Elvis Presley.

The movie is about Lewellen, Lewellen lives with her grandmother - Grannie. Not only her parents but also her grandmother can’t give her a stable home. She finds peaceful in music and Elvis Presley’s movements. Her father tries his best to give her a stable life. He even tries to date with a mysterious girlfriend named Ellen who promissed one night to rescue Lewellen from life. However, Ellen in fact is Lewellen’s aunt. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Hounddog torrent reviews

Jocey D (gb) wrote: High adrenaline thrill ride. Great cast. I also appreciate there's a kick-ass strong woman on the team. Skill, hard work and dedication win every time.

Jessika C (au) wrote: I loved this movie! It is cheesy, badly written and badly acted. But any movie in which a yeti rips off a man's leg, beats him with it, and then snacks on said leg, is the kind of movie I can get into.

Jenn M (de) wrote: This guys comedy is pure gold, I can't even begin to describe. Even the third time watching this I was laughing hysterically, its just so different than anything else out there

Fail Y (mx) wrote: its more than xplainable.......favorite song the rippd 1 Jaane tu mera (fmale)

Jose C (br) wrote: I loved this movie people really judge movies harsh!!!

Michael P (us) wrote: It's a good movie, but its nothing great, but its worth checking out once.

M C (fr) wrote: Phantoms is very interesting and mysterious. The script will keep you guessing, and I don't think you'd expect most of it, but there are just a few to many changes in the tone and plot. The movie seems to eventually having a hard time deciding which genre it wants to be. But besides that, Phantoms has many good qualities. The acting is decent, there are plenty of tense scenes and scares, and the movies mystery is effective (for the most part). So really Phantoms is quite good. I enjoyed it, and you will too- that is, if you can forgive the tricky plot changes. 71/100

Michael S (ru) wrote: I just saw this movie and spent the whole time trying to sort through my feelings about it. This is a good sign, a very good sign. I was shocked. I laughed and I teared-up. A more thorough review is forthcoming.

Joey Q (ca) wrote: Typical exorcism movie. Nothing special other than Anthony Hopkins being an amazing actor.

Johannes J (de) wrote: Carl-Magnus: "Jag kan tolerera att min hustru bedrar mig. Men kucklar man med min lskarinna - d blir jag en tiger!"

Grant S (nl) wrote: Dull. Plot is basic, and sometimes silly. Music is forgettable. Only pluses are that the movie stars the beautiful Jane Russell (especially) and Marilyn Monroe. Even then their performances aren't that convincing, especially Monroe's.

Martin T (es) wrote: A mild-mannered composer in turn-of-the-century London has blackouts, during which he commits murderous acts. It's a follow-up to The Lodger -- same director, writer, producer, star and setting, and similar subject matter. But there are some differences. Laird Cregar (in his final performance before his tragic end) here is less sinister, but a more nuanced character. The tone is closer to melodrama and noir than thriller/horror. The story doesn't seem to allow for as much gloomy, gothic atmosphere, although there are some remarkably evocative sequences, particularly the Guy Fawkes bonfire scene. The main drawback is that the film is rather slow-moving, at least for the first half. But it has a lot going for it, especially Herrmann's magnificent score, which plays a crucial role to the plot. Also a fun role for Linda Darnell as the manipulative femme fatale.

Robert R (ag) wrote: Legendary action icon Bruce Lee kicks all sorts of ass in "Enter The Dragon," a superior kung fu flick with amazing fight choreography and an electric atmosphere.

Giuseppe L (es) wrote: this movie was somewhat funny!