Me and Will
Two women with a passion for motorcycles meet while going through rehab. When they discover they've both longed to ride Captain America's red, white, and blue chopper from Easy Rider, they escape the rehab clinic and hit the highway in search of their dream bike.
- Stars:Sherrie Rose, Jason Hall, Bret Domrose, Patrick Dempsey, Melissa Behr, Joey Jones, Ognian Drandiyski, Shane Clark, Billy Wirth, Freddy Savino, Johnny Whitworth, Seymour Cassel, Brittney Williams, Lisa Lacrosse, Peter Fonda,
- Director:Melissa Behr, Sherrie Rose,
- Writer:Melissa Behr, Sherrie Rose
Jane and Will are familiar faces on the Los Angeles club scene. They meet officially at drug rehab after Jane OD'ed and Will crashed her motorcycle driving stoned. They hit it off ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Me and Will torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Excelente pelcula que nos muestra como el capitn Sakae Oba, comando la ultima resistencia contra los soldados americanos en la isla de Saipn, formando guerrillas que lucharon hasta diciembre de 1945, cuando se rindieron, meses despus de que Japn se hubiera rendido.
(au) wrote: Probably my all-time favorite movie, but it really depends what kind of movies you like
(de) wrote: Great movie. The cast is really good, the story is fun, and it's really fuckin funny.
(us) wrote: An underrated cop drama that is more about family than cops vs criminals.
(br) wrote: This could've been really good if it had more than a $12 budget and a hand full of community theater actors. Not a bad script, not terrible acting. The score was surprisingly and refreshingly good. And the production values were high concept and adventurous. If they could've gotten a hold of a few more dollars, they could've had themselves a pretty good film. As is, it's intriguing and certainly has warmth and an interesting perspective.
(es) wrote: Sandra Bullock is always great on screen. Regardless of the role, she has a very likable charm. But the film is dull, generic, and just overall predictable.
(ag) wrote: Watched only the first half when I was stuck in a donation bed at the plasma center and this is what they decided to show us as "entertainment". I was sorely tempted to pull that needle out and bleed all over the floor and escape this torture. Sad to say that Travolta's acting never improved from this dismal showing. Of course cheesy plot, dialogue and music didn't help Travolta but he chose to take part in this. Alternated from rolling my eyes and gagging. Wasted no time in getting out of there as soon as I was released from the machine. Avoid at all costs, not that most of you have heard of this anyway.
(ag) wrote: Warren Oates and Monte Hellman are the man! The actual cockfighting was a little tough to stomach, but the movie is great. Nice to see Harry Dean Stanton, as always.
(fr) wrote: Doris Day made a lot of movies that were a lot better than people knew and so many of them went practically unnoticed. A prime example was the 1963 comedy THE THRILL OF IT ALL, which starred Doris as Beverly Boyer, the wife of a doctor (James Garner), who, quite accidentally, becomes a television spokesperson for a product called "Happy Soap" and becomes an overnight celebrity much to the consternation of her husband. Day is at the height of her charm here as she is completely winning as the housewife thrown into the celebrity spotlight and doesn't really know how to handle it. Garner matches her note for note as the slightly chauvinistic husband who would rather have his wife at home. There is also a lovely supporting turn by Arlene Francis as a friend of Doris' who Doris actually helps to give birth in a cab and Carl Reiner (who also co-wrote the screenplay) has an amusing set of cameos as the star of the show where Happy Soap is advertised. A warm family comedy that showcases brilliantly why the world loved Doris Day...and still does. 3 Stars 10-14-13
(kr) wrote: Miserable and profound, a down-trodden life experience of some intellectuals down in northern Britain, a capture of the melancholy of Leeds where I lived at that time.