In a story told in narrative flashbacks, a young TV consultant is hired by the President of a bankrupt USA to organize a telethon in order to prevent the country from being repossessed by wealthy Native Americans.

In the year 1998, the USA has run out of oil. The U.S. Treasury is empty and in deep debt to a billionaire businessman who'll foreclose on the nation in 30 days. The President then hires a young TV consultant to organize a telethon in order to prevent the country from being repossessed by wealthy Native Americans. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Americathon torrent reviews

Chris B (fr) wrote: Gay movie, but Marisa Tomei is great.

Eric J (au) wrote: A fun sendup/spoof of horror films from Roman Polanski, who would very shortly go to direct a REAL horror classic. (Rosemary's Baby). Worth watching if nothing else to appreciate the beautiful Sharon Tate.

Wes S (au) wrote: recommended by pinkminkprincess

Paul D (ru) wrote: Charlton Heston had carried off the lead is several epics before this one, however whilst he does a decent job here the storyline is not epic material and it can get laborious in parts

Randy T (ru) wrote: Lancaster gives Robert Stroud far more character, class and compassion than he ever deserved. Taken as fiction, Birdman of Alcatraz is good cinema.

Jim H (jp) wrote: Great movie and I wanna see it again. Great soundtrack, too.

Alex F (mx) wrote: I love Fritz Lang's films so I might be a little biased here but I thought it's a very interesting noir. I loved the trains and the train yard setting. The story was different from your usual fim noir and completely grabbed my attention during the whole duration of the film. There was some edge to it and at times very mesmerising. Just brilliant.

Michael S (jp) wrote: I definitely need to watch this one a second time because it's so manic and fast paced I think parts of it went over my head. Still I enjoyed every minute of the movie and found it wildly entertaining and fascinating. Good ol Orson Welles.

Rinki H (ag) wrote: I loved this movie. I mean, I love Hayao Miyazaki, but I tend to feel like his endings are quite abrupt or not all that. But this movie was better and I like the story, well made.

Brad S (nl) wrote: Del Toro was amazing, and overall the movie was great. You really felt the danger Nick was in, the situation and how stressful the scenario would have been. On the other hand Nick didn't really fit in, the idea that Canadians would be backpacking and living as surf bums at that time of Columbias history seems unbelievable, as well as his relationship with Pablo's niece. If Nicks was someone a little more appropriate than it all would have fit together better.