3000 Miles to Graceland
It was an ingenious enough plan: rob the Riviera Casino's count room during an Elvis impersonator convention. But Thomas Murphy decided to keep all the money for himself and shot all his partners, including recently-freed ex-con Michael Zane. With $3.2 million at stake, the Marshals Service closing in, Michael must track down Murphy.
- Stars:John Simm, Steve John Shepherd, Laura Fraser, Kurt Russell, Kevin Costner, Courteney Cox, Christian Slater, Kevin Pollak, David Arquette, Jon Lovitz, Howie Long, Thomas Haden Church, Bokeem Woodbine, Ice-T, David Kaye, Louis Lombardi, Shawn Michael Howard, Michael Kopsa,
- Director:Demian Lichtenstein,
- Writer:Richard Recco, Demian Lichtenstein
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3000 Miles to Graceland torrent reviews
(de) wrote: These movies are what they are, action thrillers and sarcastic wit. This group played well together!
(de) wrote: Possibly the worst movie I've ever seen.
(au) wrote: Dios que POOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORRRRRRRQUERIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!
(fr) wrote: 3 stars mostly because of Mathew m and Kate Hudson .. Liked Robert Klein also ... Some laughs ... Original story.. Kinda a fun movie with for the wife
(us) wrote: The greatest rack in the known galaxy
(gb) wrote: An average Carry on film.
(it) wrote: Army of Darkness is the third installment in the Evil Dead trilogy. The movie follows Ash as he gets sucked back in time to A.D. 1300 and has to find the Necronomicon in order to come back to his time but after raising the dead, Ash along his fellow knights will have to fight off the Army of Darkness. This movie like the previous two installments is excellent. This movie like the second one doesn't take itself too seriously and produces some hilarious moments. Bruce Cambell is once again great as Ash and delivers a great and hilarious performance as well as does some great physical humor. The story itself is interesting and different from the previous two but still has some of that old school Evil Dead feel to it even if its nothing like the previous two and is all out cheesy and campy in the good way. Overall this movie is fantastic and hilarious. 4/5
(ca) wrote: There's some part of my brain that completely disengages from these sort of films. It happened with Sunshine, and it's happened again with this. It's like as soon as a vehicle travels into space, all my ability to comprehend storyline just vanishes. Now if it proceeded to reveal a psychotic killer monster in space, then that might be a different story, but it didn't. I can't really attempt to summarise what the plot was. I think it involved a rescue mission to try and understand why their predecessors did not return. You'd have thought that if there was suspicion about it, then why would another vehicle go in after it, but nevertheless it did, and low and behold, the crew start getting sucked into some weird parallel universe. It's even more difficult trying to comprehend everything when I was drifting in and out of consciousness myself, but I found this quite boring and mentally numbing. I genuinely think to the right audience, this might have been a good watch, but there's too much science in this to call it entertainment. It's got a handful of familiar faces to its cast which perhaps led me to believe it could be worth giving a go, but clearly no matter how well this genre is acted, I'll struggle to get much out of it. I can't really take too many positives from this other than I'm pleased I've diversified my film choices of late, and am still prepared to watch movies that in all honesty i know I'm going to struggle with. I wouldn't not recommend it, as I appreciate this is a personal battle I'm having, but I'm afraid I'm not going to jump to the front of the queue if there are any more of these films on the horizon :)
(es) wrote: Well, they annihilated the MK movie franchise. They deserve a little credit for the prophetic title.
(it) wrote: One of only 3 movies in the thousands that I've watched that forced me to quit halfway. Trying too hard to be different
(br) wrote: An uninteresting, rehashed and ugly sequel that isn't nearly as unnerving and potent as it's predecessor. I guess you could say that Uwe Boll is back to form.
(us) wrote: Troma concept executed with legitimacy and sincerity. Stupid but a lot of fun.
(de) wrote: Technically superb but dramatically inconsistent, World Trade Center's schmaltzy script and parochial narrative keep it from being the emotional powerhouse it strives to be.
(au) wrote: The same as the book, which is good because its one of my favorite books. I like how they switch back and forth from English to Spanish in this film.
(ru) wrote: Nothing like toe-tapping and goose - stepping.
(au) wrote: Si soportan "martirmonios" gritndose cada dos por tres, el final es lo que vale la pena.