American Dreamz

American Dreamz

The new season of "American Dreamz," the wildly popular television singing contest, has captured the country's attention, as the competition looks to be between a young Midwestern gal (Moore) and a showtunes-loving young man from Orange County (Golzari). Recently awakened President Staton (Quaid) even wants in on the craze, as he signs up for the potential explosive season finale.

"American Dreamz" seems to be a famous television singing contest. It attracts a lots of people including the most powerful man in the world that makes a good chance for terrorists to reach the president. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


American Dreamz torrent reviews

Brenden A (br) wrote: Excellent follow up to the show.

John P (es) wrote: Sometimes I judge a movie by its ability to keep my attention... This one did. Not bad, not great, lead actor was, well, overdoing himself, but actress was decent enough. Very suspenseful.

Rob J (jp) wrote: Before Catfish, there was this. This is essentially a human interest story about the dangers of online relationships cut straight from a tabloid newspaper, but it is retold in an interesting manner. The rationale for the narration tends to fall a part by the time the big reveal comes around.

RachelandJohn D (br) wrote: A charming and endearing Italian film....great acting from the cast. BTW note to Flixster, this film is called Mid-August Lunch not launch!

Joey L (ag) wrote: You only want to watch this movie if...a: you for some reason were born under a rock and havent seen twister, or b: you are so much of a Bruce Campbell fan that you have taken the time away from your busy life to hunt down a copy of Brisco County Jr., and somehow came across this on the sci-fi channel. Fun enough though.

Chris J (br) wrote: Really good. Nice to find out more about the history of snowboarding and great to some footage of those insane runs in Alaska.

Dillon L (br) wrote: Fun hold up very well I love the atmosphere

(br) wrote: Cast: Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Mischa Barton, Bug Hall, Brad Renfro, R. Lee Ermey, Gerald Lenton-Young, Peggy Lipton, Andrea Menard, Michael Greyeyes Director: Tamra DavisSummary: In 1963, Lydia (Jennifer Jason Leigh) and her 14-year-old son, Sam (Bug Hall), are sent to live in Wyoming while Lydia's politician father runs for governor of North Carolina. There, Sam meets Maurey (Mischa Barton), a pre-pubescent girl struggling with her sexuality. And while Lydia lives it up, Sam and Maurey race to grow up. But becoming an adult is harder than any of them expected in this coming-of-age drama co-starring Drew Barrymore.My Thoughts: "I find it funny that they promote Drew Barrymore on the cover when she's in the film for maybe ten minutes all together. Her part in the film is minor and has no real substance. Jennifer Jason Leigh is fantastic in the movie. Her character is wild and free and very much over the top. I liked her in this free spirit role. Bug Hall was good as well. It's funny how well Mischa Barton acted as a child. As she's gotten older it seems like she has lost that confident spark. I liked her in this. Sam and Maurey give you a great glimpse of the example of teenagers who have parents that either don't communicate with them, or do so in a negative way. These young kids are sexually curious and are willing to do whats necessary to find out what it's all about. One has a mother who is very prim and modest (or so you think), while the others mother is very flamboyant, and by her son's remarks, has had many suitors and really isn't much of a mother. But of course out of the two mothers, they ask the flamboyant one, which is a mistake. She is careless with her comments and pretty much gives these young teens permission to do whatever. The movie is basically about discovering sex and growing up and dealing with the very adult consequences that come with having sex. Not a great film, but still I enjoyed it."

Stephen N (jp) wrote: Elegant witty intriguing and most of all a triumph of the subtitlers art!

Jason M (nl) wrote: IN A NUTSHELL this gruesome horror is about a drifter who opens a mysterious puzzle box which contains...yep, you've guessedit, a gateway to hell. He disappears and some time later, begins re-appearing in the house where he opened the box, which is now occupied by his brother and his wife with whom he had an affair. But, there's a catch, to fully complete his transition back into our world he needs blood, lots of blood (will his brothers wife help him, perhaps?) That's it for my description I don't want to spoil anything but I'll tell you, not for the faint hearted this one. It's written and directed by Clive Barker (his directorial debut) who knows how to shock and the film does just that. It's aged really well to say it's nearly 30 years old, the effects are great. From a hand being raked across a rusty nail to a face being torn apart by hooks my advice is wait til well after your foods settled before attempting a viewing. A good horror, gets a little wishy washy towards the end but a must for any scary movie fan, and it's where Clive Barker announced himself as a master of shock horror. This one also introduced us to one of the most memorable movie villains of all time, Pinhead.

Cat M (au) wrote: Stupid, completely stupid and unrealistic. Eat the mother already.

Art S (us) wrote: I have a lot of questions about Martin Scorsese's film, which pretty much defied my expectations. First, how on Earth can the title song be from this movie, dating back only to 1977, when I can only hear Sinatra singing it in my head? Second, if the movie is improvised, why did Scorsese let De Niro turn his character into such a prick? Third, did they really cut Liza Minelli's very lengthy musical number ("Happy Endings") when this was first shown in theatres (because without it, the film would have stayed even more in the doldrums rather than reinforcing the plot, literally, while embodying the highs of career success)? Although it makes sense that two creative people who want to follow their careers might have to sacrifice their relationship, I never got the sense that these two people ever belonged together, despite the convincing depiction of the 1940's Big Band era and the contrasting bebop scene in which they both take part.

Patrick M (jp) wrote: Gene Hackman and Denzel Washington, great teaming

Jake A (ru) wrote: By no means perfect but with a solid cast, plenty of thrills, really good action, a decent score and a nice build up make this solid entertainment.

Senor C (ca) wrote: Honeymoon truly misrepresents itself; its poster markets it as a horror flix & its trailer makes it look fairly taunt but it's really just a lame thriller that has fallen into obscurity & should stay there. The direction is terrible where you have Nathalie Baye walking (or running) around Montreal trying to pass itself off as New York (& soft focused to try to pull the wool over the viewers eyes). John Shea seems like a nice guy (a little obsessive but a nice guy none the less) & when he goes psycho it doesn't quite mesh. Shamefully I used to have the poster for this briefly on my wall as a teenager because they gave it away for free from my local video store but in my defense I had never seen it..if I had I would have burned it