3, 2, 1... Frankie Go Boom

3, 2, 1... Frankie Go Boom

Frank Bartlett has been tortured, embarrassed, and humiliated by his brother Bruce — usually on film — his entire life. Now that Bruce is finally off drugs and has turned his life around, things should be different. They are not.

Two brothers Frank and Bruce seek the help of a transgender hacker in erasing all evidence of a sex tape from the internet before the unhinged movie star father of the girl involved seeks violent revenge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


3, 2, 1... Frankie Go Boom torrent reviews

Edil I (us) wrote: Not a bad remake of Tarzan. It's definetely a dark tale of it than I am used to. The main actor Alexander Skarsgrd, played the role exceptionally well. Sadly, the rest of the plot pacing of this movie tends to fall behind.

Scott T (it) wrote: Really enjoyed this low budget comic book/action movie/noire combo. Thomas Jane is perfect as the trigger happy gumshoe that is 'damn hard to kill.' It's great to see Ving Rhames back to his bad ass best as well, he's great in this. The baddies are all predictably bad, the twists sign-posted and the pacing super fast. The tongue in cheek, razor sharp one-liners are great, Tom Jane's dialogue is at times is brilliant as the film wanders between the 50's and the modern day (I'm still not sure which era its supposed to be in, my guess would be the 50's). He constantly talks about dames, booze and dying. Doug Hutchison is cracking as the sadistic henchman - Matchstick, as you can guess by his name he really shouldn't play with fire and is partially forgiven by me for nearly single handedly ruining the last Punisher movie (although a fair few people would say that film was bad enough anyway). Elsa Pataky is stunning and the movie is a thrill a minute late nice special. Perfect beer and pizza movie if you don't expect Chinatown and its way better than The Spirit for about a tenth of the budget.

Heather M (br) wrote: The best part of this animated story is the fantastic score. The story is beautiful and the animation is great, but the score is really what sells it.

Noah B (us) wrote: "An action-packed and suspenseful thrill ride. Surely the best of the Anacondas franchise."

Heath C (gb) wrote: Say what you will, but this movie made me laugh.

Krystal L (it) wrote: I like the music they played

Calvin W (de) wrote: I was truely shocked by this film...it's pretty much the non-existing softcore porn flick in Western society, where the film has a funny screen play and scenes of "acrobatic sex" which actually relates to the plot line.

Mimi T (au) wrote: This is on my top ten list . a GREAT movie!!

Louise F (gb) wrote: Barry Lyndon in summary is a leisurely, painterly historical beauty with a generous dose of humour. Stanley Kubrick directs the film based on Thackeray's 19th century novel 'The Luck of Barry Lyndon'. Impeccably slow, stately timing, whether comedic in intention or not, leads the film and highlights the seeming silliness of 18th century historical rituals and naivety of Barry the protagonist. Scenes of violence or outbursts of passion are built up to gently and comfortably. Costumes and set are historically accurate to a fault, which married with patterned character arrangements and perfectly composed shots make the viewer feel as though they are deep in the artwork of Gainsborough or Reynolds each time the camera zooms out. Great humour and beauty, if a little long. 9/10

Ashley (fr) wrote: Fun. It always fun with Elvis. I love him! :)

Steve G (ca) wrote: Barabbas is such a sweetheart. Obviously, factually challenged. But it's not intended to be. It's a Christian parable. Still a very good watch. Quinn is excellent in everything. He is so darn good. Gets exceptionally good at the end.

Greg W (mx) wrote: just ok B movie fare though a rare sci-fi movie from hammer (the house of horror) films.

Eric S (nl) wrote: Something is wrong with you, if you don't like it!

Facebook U (de) wrote: Dark, maybe too dark, and the structure may seem off to some, but The Temple of Doom is a great continuation of Indiana Jones that brings him to a darker place than ever before.