The Honeymoon Machine
Lieutenant Fergie Howard, Ensign Beau Gilliam and navy scientist Jason Elderidge use their ships computer, designed to calculate missile trajectories, to calculate a roulette ball's trajectory and hit the Venice Casino. Things get complex when Admiral Fitch arrives at the same Casino.
- Stars:Steve McQueen, Brigid Bazlen, Jim Hutton, Paula Prentiss, Dean Jagger, Jack Weston, Jack Mullaney, Marcel Hillaire, Ben Astar, William Lanteau, Ken Lynch, Simon Scott,
- Director:Richard Thorpe,
- Writer:Lorenzo Semple Jr. (play), George Wells
A navy lieutenant and his civilian friend use a classified computer to help them break the bank at a Venetian casino. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Honeymoon Machine torrent reviews
(br) wrote: a tense, unsettling, atmospheric, and intriguing horror film that will satisfy horror buffs alike even if it is a bit too slow at times especially in the beginning.
(mx) wrote: The book was way better than the movie.
(mx) wrote: If there is a movie version of a book we read in the book club, we watch it if we can. Since one of the girls owned it, we gave it a ago. I had my hopes up and they were kinda sorta slashed to the ground and then stepped on.Pretty much the only funny parts were in the trailer. The only thing they were missing was the shower bit. THAT SCENE WAS HIIIIIIIIIIILARIOUS! HAHAHA I love Ranger. I was unsure of the actor they picked at first, but after a while I realized he was drool-worthy and perfect.The woman cast as the granny was awesome too. hehehe. The rest of the cast....meh. Especially the girl playing Stephanie Plum (I normally like her, but not in this). She could NOT maintain her New Jersey accent at all. It was super annoying. Either have an accent OR don't. Please don't annoy me with slipping back and forth....it sounds SO forced. Like, "oh yeah...I was suppose to have an accent" and then over do it. Bleh. It made my eye twitch....I must pat the creators on the back, because they stuck well with the book. It followed pretty much to the T, a few edits to some scenes. A few added, a few taken away. Nothing major to complain about. It was annoying that they DID skip the backstory bit of Stephanie and the ass-I mean Joe. She mentioned they had a history, but if you hadn't read the book then you wouldn't know how deeeeeeeply and baaaaaadly Stephanie wanted to catch him. It seemed lacking and my pre-knowledge helped it along, which would not help others along.They also "cleaned" up the scene with Rameriz and Stephanie. I can't explain more without explaining...but it took the fear factor away from him. He's suppose to be a baddie that is scaring the crap out of Stephanie. Honestly, he scared me...but in the movie I completely forgot about him until he made a phone call and then I forgot about him again. Sighs. That took a layer away from a simple story.I will be honest...after the hour mark the gang and I lost interest and were talking a LOT. I missed the "climax" of the story, because I was talking DBZ with another member. I look back and go, "Hey guys...we missed the shooting." hahaha THAT IS SAD. OK....so...yeah. It was a let down. The book was better in my opinion and that is saying a lot (I was meh about the book). There were a few hilarious scenes and Ranger was a hottie. That is about it. After an hour it was hard to focus not only for me, but for the whole gang. I tried, but my attention and mind kept drifting. xI I recommend this to fans of the Stephanie Plum series, but it was not really for me. Bummer. I wanted to like this. Out of five stars, I stamp this with....2 stars. Ranger and the granny each got a star. hahaFavorite Character(s): Granny, Ranger, the Dad (he made me laugh), and Lulu (the one nice prostitute. FUNNY AS HELL)Not-so Favorite Character(s): Joe (I did not like the character or the actor) & Ramerize (not scary...do not care) Re-watch?: No
(br) wrote: Very tough film to watch - not so much entertainment, but thought provoking. Very much a film that depicts the social & racial conflicts that occur but we never see in Africa. Chilling & humbling film.
(nl) wrote: This movie has no suspense, no plot, no acting no reason for watching, unless you were paid $35+. The original was a great movie, suspense, acting, effects, character development, ability to identify with the characters and you're better off just watching the original again than waste your time on this bomb.
(ag) wrote: Amazing. Don't know why it has such crappy reviews.
(ag) wrote: (A+) This is one of the most suspenseful, intense, and claustrophobic movies I have ever seen. Everything in this movie is near perfection.
(jp) wrote: So bad it's good! It is hard not to have fun with a campy B-movie.
(it) wrote: Really strange film from director Seijun Suzuki tells a dark, intense story centered around a serious subject matter - the desperate lives of prostitutes in post-War Tokyo - with surprisingly bright and colorful imagery. The odd editing and histrionic performances are things you have to get used to - but the film's energy and intensity keep it continually compelling and surprising. Definitely not for all tastes, but fans of Suzuki's hyper-stylized melodramas will appreciate the extraordinarily artful excess.
(fr) wrote: In this loud, unabashedly crude and embarrassing excuse for a comedy, the auspicious-but-underwhelming Eddie Murphy portrays three different characters; a sweet-but-meek nerd, an overweight and violently controlling wife and a warmhearted father figure, and while it may have its moments, it doesn't have enough of them.