Paradise, Texas

Paradise, Texas

In the '80s, Mack Cameron (Timothy Bottoms) was a star in his own right but now, as a middle-aged actor in Hollywood, he's working like crazy to stay in the game. Movie shoots keep him from...

In the '80s, Mack Cameron (Timothy Bottoms) was a star in his own right but now, as a middle-aged actor in Hollywood, he's working like crazy to stay in the game. Movie shoots keep him from... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Paradise, Texas torrent reviews

Linda H (ag) wrote: Not thrilling but nice. Kathleen Turner always makes a great mom.

Alex P (ag) wrote: I really enjoyed this. It was pretty hilarious. A good funny comedy to watch. They make fun of a lot of stereotypical things.

Katharine H (ru) wrote: Absolutely excellent. Must see for fans of Indian cinema.

Laura G (kr) wrote: I had to watch this for a theology class in high school. While the filming is great, watching the movie puts you to sleep. Silence is the key word.


Phil H (au) wrote: Ritchie uses almost every known British character actor/soap star for his gang romp revolving around the simple premise of some guys owing a gang boss a large amount of money. The cast is impressive you gotta admit, of course you gotta be British to probably get the most from it, but the collection of oddballs and gangsters are all so well performed by the cast, it just shoves the seedy, gritty, dirty Del boy London grim in your face perfectly.There is certainly a Tarantino style going on throughout as the story tends to twist n turn amongst all the dreary looking locations, the whole film seems to have a brownish tint to it. Almost an enforced grimy hue to really bring the rough dilapidated streets of London to life. To be honest you don't even need to follow the story you just watch it for the continuous use of cockney slang and hints of vicious violence between various ruffians (a case of less is more with the violence), at the same time all this is accompanied by a glorious soundtrack.A slick cool visage of thugs and wheeler dealers of varying levels of intelligence all mixed with a dark gallows humour that makes you unsure whether to giggle or shy away. The four main characters are a good balance of your classic 'EastEnders' types with a dollop of 'Only Fools n Horses' comedy on top in a world where the Kray brothers could still be walking the streets and where Vinnie Jones as Big Chris brings another level of atmosphere with his final act. Bosh! job done Guv'

Asif K (kr) wrote: Dil talked about the age-old story of love between the rich and the poor, with a small difference.Hazriprasad (Anupam Kher) is a miser to the core and refuses to part with a single penny. He values money the most, placing it above all relationships. He becomes estatic when his son Raj (Aamir Khan) wants to marry Madhu (Madhuri Dixit) who is the daughter of millionaire Mr. Mehra (Saeed Jaffrey). Hazriprasad decides to fool Mr. Mehra by pretending he too is a millionaire businessman however, at that very engagement ceremony, Mehra finds out about Hazariprasad's masquerade humiliates him, and cancels the engagement.But by that time both Raja and Madhu have fallen in love, but now their respective fathers are determined to stop both at any cost from getting married.been so long since i saw this movie, i remember i loved it. lovely music.

Simon M (ca) wrote: Solid jungle action with a yellow school bus as transport!

Frankie N (mx) wrote: One of the funniest movies I've ever seen.

Keiko N (kr) wrote: Hugely entertaining (and lightweight). Great performances all around and some outstanding writing.

James H (nl) wrote: Back to good form and returning the same type of movie as the second one. It takes a while to get hold of and they're aren't as many surprises as the first movie. The ending is satisfactory but the best part about this movie is its superb ensemble cast of A listers. A good watch.