Kevin & Perry Go Large
When stubborn, spotty Kevin and his equally hopeless best friend Perry go on holiday to the party island Ibiza, they see it as their big chance to become superstar club DJs and, more importantly, to lose their virginities. But they aren't prepared for the interference of top DJ Eyeball Paul, not to mention the embarrassment factor of Kevin's long-suffering parents.
- Stars:Harry Enfield, Kathy Burke, Rhys Ifans, Laura Fraser, James Fleet, Louisa Rix, Tabitha Wady, Paul Whitehouse, Natasha Little, Anna Shillinglaw, Badi Uzzaman, Sam Parks, Kenneth Cranham, Mark Tonderai, Patsy Byrne,
- Director:Ed Bye,
- Writer:Harry Enfield (screenplay), Dave Cummings (screenplay)
Kevin and Perry are two 15-year-old boys whose desperation to lose their virginity is so great that it inspires a sort of awe. In the rare moments when they're not thinking about girls, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kevin & Perry Go Large torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: i loved Bob the ginger cat and, the gritty, raw yet tender portrayal of life on the streets, broken relationships, substance abuse, cruelty and kindness at the same time. a good script.
(mx) wrote: Either its one of those days or one of those movies, couldn't follow most of it.While the abstract narrative might leave you scratching your head, but arresting visuals and the enigma surrounding it keeps you going through.
(br) wrote: Hlas, hlas, hlas. le film ne tient pas ses promesse. On pourrait supporter d'entendre des injures homophobes et des tirades racistes longueur de film si cela avait un sens mais difficile d'en trouver un se road movies de paum sans raison.
(it) wrote: Haha j'aime bien les ttes d'affiches genre Vurtis Jackson / Val Kilmer que tu vois 30s dans le film ^^
(nl) wrote: Good intention, bad drama
(it) wrote: probably the best biography of Fidel Castro!!
(au) wrote: As much as you want to like this comedy, you just can't. Lisa Kudrow is perfectly cast as the title character, and all of the cast seem to have a grip on their characters. But "Marci X" suffers from a bad script, some less than enthusiastic direction, and just plain bad word of mouth. The jokes aren't really that funny, but castmates Kudrow and Wayans pull as much humor out of them as they can ... wait for it on TV.
(mx) wrote: 88%Beowulf offers highly entertaining thrills and, even if it doesn't follow its source material to a tee, nevertheless keeps within its epic spirit.V: 64%
(de) wrote: Not bad, sad tale and pretty good. I liked Billy Crystal in it as well as Gheorghe Muresan. I probably wouldn't watch it again, but I did like it. I really wish Billy Crystal was in more movies, he was a truly good actor in the past, and we need more of his humor in today's age. I am glad I got to see this good film and a great actor.
(gb) wrote: Theo Angelopoulos' masterpiece is a beautifully and harrowing look at the journey of a sister and brother as they start a journey from Greece to Germany in search for their father. A great piece of cinema that will give the viewer a full cycle of emotions and a soundtrack that is matched perfectly. The acting is as good as it could be, the cinematography is the real winner of the day Angelopoulos is big on zooming in and out very slowly, so in some scenes the viewer doesn't see what's going on therefore your imagination runs away from you. Mind blowing film highly recommended, the scene of the shot focus on the back of the delivery truck will make your insides ache and fill you with rage at the same time.
(us) wrote: that girl is beautiful, i hope she dies
(us) wrote: This might be my fave John Cassavetes picture. "Faces" is a painful look at the breakdowns of marriage and the breakdown of how people connect and separate through embaressment, lost, and regret. John Marley plays a business exe, has everything in life except how to love. He tells his wife(Lynn Carlin) he wants a divorce, leaves her to be with a hooker (Gena Rowlands) Carlin's character doesn't take the news well, goes to a go-go nightclub with her girlfriends, meets a fresh young hipster (Seymour Cassel) Carlin and Cassel scenes is a powerhouse that must have been exhausting to shoot over and over. If only society wouldn't have to make things so complicated in life we would love each other and be better in relationships a whole lot more.
(ca) wrote: The best on this film is BORIS KARLOFF.
(fr) wrote: An emotional tale about lost love, shot in a staggering and haunted way. I liked it so much I watched it twice.
(gb) wrote: A lot of cheesy predictable romance films begin in a way that isn't believable and then proceed to build on unstable ground. Midnight in Paris is guilty of such a flaw, beginning with characters that have no reason to be in the same world with each other. It simply gives too much away and throwing in engagement guarantees infidelity. Why could it not have been a single man, a writer, who gets lost in the soul of Paris and finds love? Why not? Tell me! The stakes can be just as high. His character is a romantic, Paris is Paris, and the fantastical elements in the movie are winning to say the least. Travelling back to meet the giants of literature and art along with their less famous secrets and flings is a brilliant journey for a soul-searching writer. Add the talents of Woody Allen and a delightful cast and the movie is quite charming and easily scoops you up into a fantasy that makes you yearn for richer and simpler times yet reminds you that the present is a gift and should never be wasted. We can use the gift of the time we have to leave our mark on the world in ways that serve others.
(au) wrote: Another one of my all time favorites!! I love Rodger and Hammerstein!!!
(mx) wrote: My husband likes these movies but I am not in the least interested in them...
(ru) wrote: Wow I'm surprised, this was much better than the first one. Still you will expect a generic vampire flick but Wiseman did at least improved everything from the first. With all the dirty image of some bloody gore, sex and killing spree slashes. It's more fast paced than before. Other than that it is still generic as it could be. Better to be drunk to enjoy.