Pee-wee's Big Adventure
The eccentric and childish Pee-wee Herman embarks on a big adventure when his beloved bicycle is stolen. Armed with information from a fortune-teller and a relentless obsession with his prized possession, Pee-wee encounters a host of odd characters and bizarre situations as he treks across the country to recover his bike.
- Stars:Paul Reubens, Elizabeth Daily, Mark Holton, Diane Salinger, Judd Omen, Irving Hellman, Monte Landis, Damon Martin, David Glasser, Gregory Brown, Mark Everett, Daryl Keith Roach, Bill Cable, Peter Looney, Starletta DuPois,
- Director:Tim Burton,
- Writer:Phil Hartman, Paul Reubens, Michael Varhol
When eccentric man-child Pee-Wee Herman gets his beloved bike stolen in broad daylight, he sets out across the U.S. on the adventure of his life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Pee-wee's Big Adventure torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Sean Penn delivers a powerhouse performance and the movie is fascinating from start to finish. I really enjoyed and was moved by it. Raises important questions and teaches audiences about an important story.
(au) wrote: Es mejor de lo que me esperaba...por ahi unas sorpresas de actores mticos.para los que no gustan de la accion las partes de las carreras son un poco agotadoras pero no puedo desmerecer los efectos. Mencion aparte para la direccion de arte.
(au) wrote: good concept and great stroy
(ca) wrote: "Chasing Amy" witnesses the conceptions and fadings of friendships and intimate relationships with a casual eloquence that seems wise in retrospect. The fourth film of '90s wunderkind Kevin Smith, it is a romantic comedy of the "Good Will Hunting" camp, offhandedly naturalistic and likable, but also cogently perceptive when it comes to the stakes of youthful romance. It's a weeper for the cool kids, to be compared to "Before Sunrise" if it were slightly more saccharine. In "Chasing Amy," we're introduced to twenty-somethings Holden (Ben Affleck) and Banky (Jason Lee), best friends who have achieved quasi-fame through an artistic partnership that has resulted in comic book series "Bluntman and Chronic." Roommates who watch each other's backs with the dedication of lovers, Banky grows concerned when dream girl Alyssa Jones (Joey Lauren Adams) appears out of nowhere, ready to steal Holden's heart. A fellow graphic artist, she drinks like one of the boys and has the wit to keep up in any feigned repartee; blond and baby-voiced, it doesn't take long for her to become an object of affection, viewers as smitten with her as Holden is. Unbeknownst to him, though, Alyssa is a lesbian who doesn't plan on playing for the other team any time soon. The shock of this revelation sends a jolt down the spine of the impressionable Holden, but that doesn't stop him from making the mistake of falling in love with her - he's in for a world of hurt. And yet passion, it seems, is not something that can be instantaneously halted. "Chasing Amy" surprises in that it does eventually depict a romantic relationship between Holden and Alyssa, but it goes further in the way that it explores the problems that arise because of it; Alyssa is ostracized by her circle of friends, Banky becomes a torrent of eccentric fury, and Holden grows infatuated with Alyssa's past, which might not be as female oriented as he might have earlier thought. The film is an entertaining exploration of modern romance, funny in its schoolboy sex talk one minute and oddly prudent the next. Like anything Altman or Tarantino, it is the kind of movie that finds most of its appeal through its dialogue, which Smith, fortunately, writes with such humorous insight that realism, for once, feels better, warmer, than a trading of Sorkinish zingers. Smith's young cast has a lot to do with "Chasing Amy's" breezy amiability, too - Affleck, goateed and as piercing as he is delicate, is a male lead of rare emotion; Lee, abrasive and caring, is efficiently angsty, and Dwight Ewell, as Holden and Banky's gay friend who hides his sexuality by acting as a Black Power stereotype in public, provides the film with some of its most hearty laughs. Jason Mewes and Smith show up for a scene as indie favorites Jay and Silent Bob to explain the meaning of the movie's title. But "Chasing Amy" revolves around Adams like an artist obsesses over their muse, in love with the way she looks and talks and thinks and acts. We're as mad about her as Holden is. Smith has a way with words and a way with selling a modern love story: "Chasing Amy" is one of the best romantic comedies of the 1990s. Just don't expect to find any mainstream mawkishness in its two-hours of verismo.
(ag) wrote: snipes 90's action film when he was allowed a budget and cinema release. its die hard on a plane really with bruce payne being a pretty decent villian taking control of a passener jet midflight. its ok and not a bad way to waste a few hours if you like cheesy action and fancy watching snipes punch elizabeth hurley in the face.
(mx) wrote: Excellent plot and well executed movie.
(fr) wrote: This early silent comedy short from director Roman Polanski is a gem. It's a very funny film about two guys who carry a wardrobe out of the ocean and take it around to various people, trying to get rid of it. The reactions are priceless.
(au) wrote: A beautifully realized tale of karma.
(es) wrote: My childhood movies are superior to yours. Critics, you all suck. Here's 5 stars up yours.
(nl) wrote: Easily the worst sequel in the franchise, Freddy's Dead is so bereft of ideas that they wrote some BS story about Freddy having a wayward daughter who will be the one to restore his power and I'm just sitting there thinking, "why isn't this over yet?" Not even Robert Englund could make this film enjoyable for me as his kills are stupid, and he sounds bored at this point; the only entertaining moment being a spoof he does on The Wizard of Oz. The new characters suck, with no explanation as to what happened to Alice after the previous film and we're just supposed to care about their survival; Breckin Meyer plays one of the teens in his first big-screen role. There are some bizarre cameo appearances from Tom Arnold and Roseanne Barr in one scene, and even Johnny Depp returns after his debut appearance in the first film for all of 10 seconds that left me scratching my head. This really is an awful film that only gets slightly better near the end when things actually start happening, but it was too painful to sit through to recommend to anyone and puts a lame cap on the series.
(ru) wrote: Spooky, Surreal, strange, melancholic very few to describe the theme but, never loose it's edge.
(nl) wrote: Good idea, poor transformation into reality.