Why Don't You Play in Hell?

Why Don't You Play in Hell?

In Japan, gonzo filmmakers hatch a three-pronged plan to save an actress's career, end a yakuza war and make a hit movie.

A renegade film crew becomes embroiled with a yakuza clan feud. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Why Don't You Play in Hell? torrent reviews

Chriette B (au) wrote: A weird little movie that I really enjoyed! Surprise ending which I did not see coming . . . :)

Lilo C (de) wrote: When I saw the title of the Movie. I really had to laugh. But its not so funny. Plot Outline: A behind-the-scenes look at the trial of Schapelle Corby, who was sentenced to 20 years in prison for smuggling marijuana into Indonesia.

Red F (es) wrote: if you ever get tired of Disneys blandness and repetitive style. not as good as Lottes trip to the South, but it is still good.

Claudette A (it) wrote: It was interesting but I could have watch this on the discovery channel. The 3D version would have been better!

mary h (nl) wrote: very good movie very interinging

Ryan P (au) wrote: A poorly made adaptation of an amazing Clive Barker short story.An ok film in it's own right.

Ray J (ru) wrote: One of Elvis's better movies I think. It's fun and romantic and a couple of his better songs are in it. Fun to watch.

Patricia M (es) wrote: I wish there were red stars that would equivalent the negative values. This one just gives the whole franchise a bad name. Horrible acting and horrible story. Just unbearable.

Ben L (mx) wrote: Make no mistake, this movie is bad. It might be one of the most misguided Christmas movies I've seen. First of all it starts with the standard trope from 90s movies where we are told a parent is bad because they have a full-time job. It is accentuated because they miss some event in their child's life, and despite all appearances that they do have genuine love for the child after the fact, missing this event means they are completely misguided and need to do something to prove they are worthy of being a parent. It is so overused that I find myself rolling my eyes before they even hit the 15 minute mark in Jingle All the Way. The crazy part of this movie is that from there it only goes downhill. Arnold's willingness to use any means necessary to get a particular toy for his son leads him through a series of downright farcical scenarios that would be hard to buy even in a cartoon. The sad part is its not heart-warming, it doesn't seem motivated by love, it is almost a celebration of commercialism. I'm convinced the only way to get through Jingle All the Way is to watch it with a group of friends who will make fun of it with you, because the story is just too depressing and annoying to watch without adding your own humor. Perhaps the only bright spot is a super creepy performance by Phil Hartman, who always knows how to commit to a role even when the material is terrible. Save yourself the trouble...do not waste your time on this sorry excuse for a Christmas movie.

B W (es) wrote: Entertaining movie with lots of special effects and an interesting story.