The Big Mouth

The Big Mouth

A fisherman crosses paths with a diamond-smuggling gangster who is his double and inadvertently takes his place at a resort hotel where he meets a special girl.

While fishing on a San Diego beach, Gerald Clamson catches ... a sea diver! Even more weird, the "fish" resembles him. The man, who is not (yet) dead, reveals his secret to the peaceful ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Big Mouth torrent reviews

Helena M (ca) wrote: A bit confusing for a person who usually does not watch this type of movies.

Vanda K (ca) wrote: Don't even think about starting a relationship with a stranger on the internet...

Brian C (mx) wrote: Not great but entertaining movie about one of America's first spree killers. Interesting, but underplayed

MF J (jp) wrote: an indy flick with a great cast but a story that turns out a little thin. too bad it could have been a way better and darker comedy if the writers had come up with some better and less conventional ideas.

James L (de) wrote: If a film can be both the worst and the best film in the world, this is it. It is amazingly, yet unintentionally funny. If hamsters replaced the actors, it would improve the overall performance. The script is awful yet genius and there is some unexplained boob grabbing. All this said though, I would watch it again!

Mic R (es) wrote: An interesting insight into how an economy based on renewable energy and resources could begin with actions you take after you finish reading my comment.

Andr D (ag) wrote: Kevin Spacey dirige esta claustrofobica cinta trtando de hacer una nueva "Desperate Hours" sin Humphrey Bogart y con una historia que no logra mantener ni el suspenso ni el interes.

Mai M (mx) wrote: it's a good movie visually.. but i was really dettached from acting , script, .. and the whole story was a bit boring

Kira G (de) wrote: one of my favorite movies growing up, also one of the reasons I wanted to go to college... although it did make me slightly fearful of who I'd end up being. (didn't know at the time that I was a wannabe)

Private U (mx) wrote: Fascinating look at the New York No Wave environment of 1981. A quirky, somewhat superficial fairytale of an artist's aimless stroll through the city. Since all sound was lost between the recording and release of this movie the whole cast overdubbed their roles two decades later, giving the film an eerie feel, like it was originally in a foreign language. Jean Michel Basquiat, of course, wasn't around to do his own voice, which is instead performed by Saul Williams.

James S (ca) wrote: Old movie, interesting take on late 60s America. Kinda slow but neat to see.

Deke P (au) wrote: saw it in theater when it came out. classic. 1st Saw the play starring Robt Morse in LB on Ocean, with KS, about 67. Great musical: Brotherhood of Man.

Neil B (br) wrote: Not a patch on Wanda

Taylor M (mx) wrote: Life in the Wizarding WorldHarry Potter and the Sorcerer's StoneThe wondrous world of wizarding, created by J.K. Rowling, is brought to us in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, the first of seven movies based the world-famous Rowling's series of children's book. Director Chris Columbus (Goonies, Mrs. Doubtfire) brings Rowling's captivating fantasy world to life, with touches of reality. A challenging task, since no films have portrayed Rowling's work before. The plot portrays eleven-year-old orphan Harry (Daniel Radcliffe), a lonely boy who knows nothing of the wizarding world or the journey he is about to embark through over the next few years. When Potter receives news that there is a wizarding school, Hogwarts, and that he has been accepted, he is more than thrilled to see what this new world contains. Harry quickly realizes who is friends are and where his loyalties lie. The "know it all" Hermione Granger (played by a sophisticated Emma Watson), and the reserved and meager Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint), quickly become his best friends. As the school year progresses, Potter, Weasley and Granger find out more about the wizarding world. As well as the devastations and exhilaration that can come along with it. Teacher mentors like Minerva McGonagall (Maggie Smith) the head mistress of the Gryffindor house, along with Albus Dumbledore (Richard Harris) the headmaster of Hogwarts and Rubeus Hagrid (Robbie Coltrane) Hogwarts's groundskeeper help the three friends along their journey and try to keep them out of mayhem. While Potter and his friends may violate rules of the school, it becomes absolutely necessary if they wish to keep themselves alive. Harry embarks on a huge undertaking to defeat the vilest of all wizards, Lord Voldemort, whom killed Harry's parents. They share a special connection, Harry and Voldemort, which they must ultimately put to an end. With twist and turns, Rowling keeps audiences of all kinds enthralled throughout the story. Between spells being hurled, mythical creatures coming to life and enemies engaged in action, your imagination of the wizarding world is unrestricted.

Kevin M W (au) wrote: A routine thriller about finding the usual obligatory hidden bomb (ok! ok! so it's an atom bomb!) in time is given some serious teeth with the question of how far we might be willing to go in order to fight extremism. Me likey, even though the characters are often little more than simply cut-outs. The arguing over whether or not to torture or not gets to feel stagey at times, but the overall production makes its point and we have a darntootin' good time along the way. Michael Sheen is the glue that holds it all together.