In a story fueled by rhythm and blues, a young boy's life is shaped by love and the stories of a cast of characters in the boarding house where he lives in 1960s Lackawanna, New York. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In a story fueled by rhythm and blues, a young boy's life is shaped by love and the stories of a cast of characters in the boarding house where he lives in 1960s Lackawanna, New York.
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Lackawanna Blues torrent reviews
Craig F (de) wrote: Shot in Ocean City, MD. Takes place in summer 1985. Sarandon and Friedlander up my interest.
Lanky Man P (fr) wrote: Not that scary. Low budget again cause it's from the Horrorfest series.
Marie Clarisse C (ca) wrote: Now that, thoroughly bore me. I stopped watching after the first 10 minutes and actually wanted to stop long before that. This is the most terrible movie I've seen in a while and I hate my friend for making me watch it.
Joey L (au) wrote: If you had to choose between seeing this and staring at a brick wall for 2 hrs, this is def. the best choice. Being sXe I look at stuff like this like studying an alien species as it is about the Rave culture of the late 90's. I am pretty convinced that NO amount of drugs could make that music sound good but I'll never find out. However this movie had ONE good line in the whole thing: "What happened to you, man?! You used to listen to Nitzer-Ebb!" "Dude! I was 12 and I was a Nazi!" For some reason that struck me as HYSTERICAL and was easily the best line of the film.
Tom L (ru) wrote: Les Beatles avant...les Beatles. Un film passionnant sur l'histoire du cinquime Beatle mort prmaturment avant que le groupe ne devienne le plus populaire de l'histoire de la pop. Tout y est : la formation du groupe, l'origine de la "coupe Beatles", les embrouilles, l'ambiance Liverpool dans les annes 60. Un indispensable pour tout fan des Beatles...
Giffy G (es) wrote: It tried so, so hard. This movie really did nothing but remind me why I dislike that set of straight people (and gay people for that matter) who insist on knowing everyone's sexuality and sexual habits. The comedic moments weren't worth it, and I really don't think Paul Hogan's character learned anything, unlike his companion. So... yeah... not a good movie.
a a (de) wrote: Languge - English, German
Chris O (mx) wrote: Ray Dennis Steckler! Arch Hall, Jr! A deadly combination. Good for a few unintentional laughs, but that's about it.
Al H (de) wrote: Frank Langella as Nixon is perfect.