Run, Fatboy, Run

Run, Fatboy, Run

Five years after jilting his pregnant fiancée on their wedding day, out-of-shape Dennis decides to run a marathon to win her back.

Five years after jilting his pregnant fiancée on their wedding day, out-of-shape Dennis decides to run a marathon to win her back as her date, a handsome, attentive and fit financier, plans to run in the charity marathon. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Run, Fatboy, Run torrent reviews

Lanky Man P (kr) wrote: What a boring story.

Lisa M (fr) wrote: Awesome stuff by the hardest working band....incredible film work and great stills during the credits. HD was good. Loved it.

Charles P (es) wrote: This is one of the least coherent of Martin Scorsese films, but it's a lot of fun to watch.

Jens T (ru) wrote: A good inspirating movie by the great folk-singer Woody. the man who inspierd Bob Dylan.

Bill K (kr) wrote: Slow moving, plodding & confusing artsy-zombie flick where a daughter looks for her father in a secluded sea town. The supermarket and theater attacks being the only notable scenes. For fans of gaillo and Italian horror.

Richard S (de) wrote: OK Film. Watch on TV.

Ryan S (gb) wrote: The movie was great, but it would've been better if Jabba the Hutt wasn't a major character in the first part and the Ehawks weren't so annoying. But I enjoyed the final fight between Luke and Darth Vader and Emperor Palpatine.

Colin F (jp) wrote: The Monster Club is a film which is like a cross between Creep Show and a Horror version of Top of the Pops and falls into the category it(TM)s so bad its actually bloody good. Basically Vincent Price a great actor (Must of been on the bones of his arse doing this though) plays an old vampire looking for Blood one night and bites into a Horror Author, when Price realises he has bitten into a great Horror Author he decides to help him out by introducing him to The Monster Club for material for his next book. The Monster Club is basically a night club for monsters (well that(TM)s what it probably said in the script) what we get instead is some extras dressed up in appauling cheap Halloween Costumes, even in 1980 this looks utter crap. We are treated to some dodgy songs from acts I have never heard of but have to admit some of the songs are catchy if not cringey. With titles like Am A Sucker for Your Love you get the picture. Anyway thankfully it gets better as Price tells the Author some Horror tales that cut to nice little short story segments, the first story is quite good and deals with a lonely old Ghoul who lives in a mansion who has a terrifying whistle that can melt you! Yes really!, The second story is abit slapstick including three vampire hunters that is played out for laughs including some dodgy acting from Britt Eckland and Donald Pleasance and the final story is my favourite when a film producer looking for a location for his next horror film comes across a creepy village of cannibals with some terrifying dodgy synthesizer music. The film has its faults and in some ways can be looked on as an experiment that did not really work because I have never seen another Horror Pop Film. I really do like this film though because it different, fun and unintenally a bit of a laugh and Vincent Price brings a sort of credibility to it. The songs are catchy to, Monsters RULE OK! Ha.