L.A. Without a Map

L.A. Without a Map

An "aspiring Hollywood actress" (Vinessa Shaw), on a visit to a charming North England town, has a brief fling with the town undertaker (David Tennant), who also writes obituaries for the local paper. Returning home, where she works as a waitress at a Japanese restaurant, she tells everyone about the handsome "writer" she met on her trip. Unfortunately, he decides to follow her back to Hollywood, setting up the expected light romantic comedy with asides as the newcomer gains experience about the goings on in Hollywood.

A British writer pursues a young actress to Hollywood and needs all the help he can get to win her love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


L.A. Without a Map torrent reviews

Gordon B (es) wrote: If you doubt the power of animation consider the heartbreaking film Wrinkles. Using a series of animated dream & flashback sequences this film takes us through the deteriorating minds of the residents of an old age home. In all honesty movies like this make me really scared of getting older

Omar P (fr) wrote: The final image of the film, the sight of someone's heart breaking, quietly, with nobody else noticing (R. Thomas) is hard to shake-off. You see all his hopes turn into resignation in a split second while he drinks his coffee. Its the most depressing image of a man drinking coffee ever put on screen.

Kostas K (de) wrote: nice neurotic comedy...

Madyson L (br) wrote: This is my favorite movie and I can never get tired of watching it!!!

Roland P (au) wrote: Stopped movie after maybe 15-20 minutes. It was too violent.

Parker R (jp) wrote: The film is good for a couple of light, kooky laughs from Lawrence once in a while, but it's too heavily dependent on slapstick, resulting in a disposable generic buddy cop flick.

Arun D (kr) wrote: This is a typically brainless entertainer. The script is rubbish of course. Karishma Kapoor is bad.

Deon K (br) wrote: Better then 'critics' would have you believe.

Jessi t (de) wrote: Donald Pleasence?! An incredibly awful flick, which makes close to no sense whatsoever. This isn't aided by the crap effects and annoying protagonist. FAIL! (But Megaweapon IS pretty cool...)

Shea J (jp) wrote: This is as good as its title - although not as dirty. No mad sped-up edits so fight scenes are just a blur, no CGI and hardly any wire-work. Just good, ol' skool kung-fu action and silly plot lines!

Stephen E (nl) wrote: "My Dinner with Andre" relies first and foremost on how much we care about its two main characters. The concept of having two men converse over the course of their dinner sounds dull at first, but luckily, Wallace Shawn and Andre Gregory are both virtuoso storytellers and their thoughts on the subjects discussed are profound and compelling. In fact, watching a conversation has never been more riveting or attention-grabbing. I can't even begin to comment on the ideas and themes presented in this film because frankly, I don't want to take the time to put it into words. But I will say this: "My Dinner with Andre" is an incredible experience.