Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie
Based on the hit web series of the same name, the science fiction/adventure/comedy, Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie, follows a disgruntled gamer who must overcome his fear of the worst video game of all time in order to save his fans. Hilarity ensues as a simple road trip becomes an extravagant pursuit of the unexpected.
- Category:Sci-Fi, Adventure, Comedy
- Stars:James D. Rolfe, Jeremy Suarez, Sarah Glendening, Bobby Reed, Stephen Mendel, Helena Barrett, Time Winters, Eddie Pepitone, Robbie Rist, Jake Johnson, Mike Matei, Will Vega, Fred Fuchs, Andre Meadows, Gustaf Lingmark,
- Director:Kevin Finn, James Rolfe, James D. Rolfe,
- Writer:Kevin Finn, James Rolfe
Angry Video Game Nerd: is a 2014 American independent science fiction comedy film produced, written and directed by James Rolfe.The story centers around the then urban legend of the mass burial of millions copies of the Atari 2600 video game E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, proclaimed as the worst video game of all time. After a longstanding refusal to address the game in his web series, the Nerd succumbs to pressure by fans to review the video game, embarking on a quest to prove that there is nothing buried there. The crew is pursued by federal authorities, led by the villainous General Dark Onward, who believes he is investigating Area 51 and the crash of an unidentified flying object. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Hidden Figures, takes an audience on a rollercoaster of a ride between race, civil rights, and national politics, leaving them in high spirits wanting more.
(br) wrote: entretenida . mejor que muchas otras, demuestra que para que una pelcula sea entretenida no son necesarios tantos millones
(nl) wrote: When the biggest chemistry is between the two male characters trying to catch the girl instead of the girl with any of them, then you have a BIG PROBLEM.
(br) wrote: In this cable-TV friendly "Lifetime" movie, mature-looking "Mount Raven High School" teenager Tracy Spiridakos (as Cami Winters) has met a computer boyfriend. She thinks handsome Jon Cor (as Jake Meyers) is a college athlete, but he's really in prison. When Mr. Cor gets out on probation, he hooks up with his pretty computer date, but doesn't tell her about his arresting past. And, she doesn't tell him she's seventeen. The attractive couple carry on an affair with naughty, knowing secrecy...Meanwhile, Spiridakos has "generation gap" problems with sexy single mother Alexandra Paul (as Tori), who doesn't approve of her daughter dating an ex-convict. Mama Paul and gal-pal Thea Grill (as Kendra Oliver) like to sit on tables and show off their legs. Cor and well-coiffed cell-mate Eddie Guillaume (as Dewayne Jackson) look like they paid frequent visits to the prison hairstylist. As a sleek crook who lures Cor into crime, Tim Finnigan (as Edgar Holly) steals admittedly meager acting honors.
(ca) wrote: A wonderful adaptation of the book with a fantastic performance by Kristen Stewart.
(gb) wrote: I have been wanting to watch this for a long time and I finally got dvd it did not disappoint me. I loved the songs! and Akshay Kumar's character Ram.
(mx) wrote: Didn't really work for me. I found the first half pretty annoying, with bad pratfalls and dumb jokes, and the second, apparently more, uh, "lyrical" (ugh) half to be a bit cloying and sentimental, especially towards the end. Maybe it's because I only recently saw Aguirre, but I felt like the amazing setting wasn't utilised very well, with Miike's go-to conflict contrivance of a violent Yakuza feeling completely out of place. These complaints aside, I didn't outright hate it, but it never managed to draw me in.
(fr) wrote: The Town is an interesting story brought to life by a talented cast and sure-handed direction.
(jp) wrote: Dragonheart is a childhood favorite of mine that I returned to recently. While it doesn't hold up extremely well it still is a decent family film with a a good cast and a good story. Remade today with a better story and budget this film could be much better. Sure it has some cheesy moments but overall this is still a better than average fantasy film worth seeing at least once.
(us) wrote: An engaging human story as well as a fascinating look at the Mods vs. Rockers subculture rivalry.
(nl) wrote: Was weak compared to the original.
(ag) wrote: "I cut my mustache!"
(ca) wrote: Very entertaining and amusing. Brando is fantastic! He really makes the movie work. It seems almost criminal that Sinatra isn't given the "Luck Be a Lady" number. Goes on way too long. I can totally see this being a big influence on Scorsese in making Goodfellas.
(ca) wrote: Not one of his best, it was a little bit formulaic albeit done in black and white and narated by a group of remonising old fellas. Some amusing situations but nothing particularly memorable.
(ru) wrote: Loved it- I'm a sucker for Christina's voice and Cher is amazing it whatever she does. It's cheesy as hell but perfect for a movie night in with the girls.
(de) wrote: I waNt the who set on flixter you guys should sell a bundle
(kr) wrote: Physical Evidence does a good job of keeping you guessing... but that's mostly because there is very little connection given in the film that would lead one to figuring out the whole who dunnit portion. But you do get Burt Reynolds and Theresa Russell in a Michael Crichton flick so it's not all bad.But as far as who dunnits are concerned, Physical Evidence contains very little of the title items, contains a lot of evidence that is mentioned only briefly but never really revealed, lots of teasing with little payoff, and does most the things wrong which would normally make a mystery film work.Guess Physical Evidence figured the physical presence of Reynolds and Russell were all the evidence audiences needed... unfortunately... case dismissed.
(mx) wrote: great chase scenes and plot, with wonderful acting too
(br) wrote: Bill Murray shines especially in the subtle moments
(ca) wrote: A little too political for me, but still enjoyable nonetheless