Pootie Tang

Pootie Tang

Pootie Tang, the musician/actor/folk hero of the ghetto, is chronicled from his early childhood to his battles against the evil Corporate America, who try to steal his magic belt and make him sell out by endorsing addictive products to his people. Pootie must learn to find himself and defeat the evil corporation for all the young black children of America, supatime.

Pootie is a cool-walking, smooth-talking lady's man and despite the fact that his strange style of speech is understood by only a select few, he becomes a hero and a role model to the children he protects. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Pootie Tang torrent reviews

Pavan R (gb) wrote: Fairly exciting movie ..well paced and entertaining

James B (us) wrote: Almost as awesome as the first one "28 days later."

Cita W (us) wrote: Nice soundtrack for a documentary. I've never seen Deep Throat and not really interested to see it even after I watched this documentary, it looks like another cheap porn movie with catchy title but the controversy around it makes it a sensational movie.

Yeli (kr) wrote: Another absolute gem from the most talented young director around; this road trip romance/comedy flows all the way from northern Germany through eastern Europe to Turkey like the sweetest honey, Akin's usual choice of amazing music, beautiful photography (photography is really amazing) and playful yet subtle visual effects -- a must see! (: i really enjoyed the movie.. Thank you Devrim

Nicholas C (au) wrote: blonde blonde blonde

Jason J (ru) wrote: Arnold Vosloo takes over the Darkman mantle from Liam Neeson in the sequel which sees his arch-enemy Robert Durant wake up from his coma and ready to restart his reign of terror once more. Whilst this is nowhere near as good as the first movie, it's still very watchable and enjoyable. Vosloo did a good job taking over the lead and there's some great set-pieces. As a sequel it's not bad. Give Darkman II a viewing if you enjoyed the first one and like some cheesy action. As long as you don't expect a sweeping epic, I think you'll have some fun.

Melanie E (de) wrote: one of my favorite movies of ALL time...HANDS DOWN!!!!!!

Patrick M (ag) wrote: This film is the epitome of Sex, Drugs, & Rock N roll. So much so, that the stones had it banned from ever being released. There is some truly depraved stuff in this film. I wish I could explain it, but I can't. The copy I saw was nearly colorless, and the audio was terrible, but my eyes didn't lie and what I saw was quite... odd. The musical sequences are great through, as it was right after "Exile on Main St." was released.

Michael W (jp) wrote: It's an OK way to kill an hour.

Bill S (ag) wrote: This cinematic boo boo basically has everything you don't want in a movie. It has poor special effects and is overall just an embarrassment to the movie industry. First of all Robin Tunney which was playing the character Annie. She was to be rescued at the stake of many many lives just for one girl and if this doesn't grind your gears enough they throw in the same dangling scene about a million times. The only difference is they slightly change the background and they change the people that are dangling. If there would've been one more single dangling scene i would've went insane. Besides for all of that it had just about one of the most predictable endings of all time. A blind priest could have predicted that horrid ending to an even more horrid movie. They didn't do very much character development so i wasn't even able to feel for the characters because they felt like strangers. Overall I strongly recomend that you never watch this movie. If you are forced to by a teacher youre better off just taking the zero for the assignment then suffering for this awful atrocity that Martin Campbell claims a movie.

Andrew L (us) wrote: While not without its flaws, "Small Soldiers" is still a fun movie even if there are some ripoff scenes or weak writing.