Darryl is a childlike man with a genius for inventing various gadgets out of junk. When he stumbles on a method to make his clothes bulletproof, he decides to use his skills to be the lowest budgeted superhero of all.

The movie centers on Darryl Walker, a bright but socially inept man with a gift for inventing things but little skill for functioning in the real world. But one day Darryl becomes a superhero with a bulletproof costume and a low budget. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Blankman torrent reviews

Mike V (jp) wrote: I was a fan of the early series and this movie didn't disappoint. It is fun, with a few laugh-out-loud moments and enough to keep the viewer entertained.

Dean D (nl) wrote: Absolutely Fabulous?? It's not as good as the regular series. But it's still hilarious. They better make more. No need to review the film. If you are here, you know you love it already. I'm glad my 2 best Judy's are back! Cheers Sweetie, Sweetie Dahling! ???????????B++

Jason T (mx) wrote: Boring and not very funny. It's a satire that doesn't work.

Cory A (us) wrote: This is one of those crime docs that will infuriate you, but not for the reasons you expect. BTW, it's currently on NFlix.

bill b (kr) wrote: asia naked was good enough for me:)

Harikrishnan B (au) wrote: A classic 90's Thriller.. Loved it !!! Richard Gere was awesome !! i wud definitely recommend it..

Christopher F (us) wrote: A really fun b-movie.

Sophie P (kr) wrote: c'est la qu'on voit la force d'Isabelle Blais... arriver a vhiculer les motions relies a une enfance comme la sienne, et le gout de s'en sortir! Angle Coutu fabuleuse. Sortez vos kleenex!

Shawn W (br) wrote: Not a typical Cronenberg film. Pit lane tensions overheat in Edmonton between top funny car racer Lonnie "Lucky Man" Johnson and his sponsor, FastCo Motor Treatment. Could have been even better if Don "the Snake" Prudhomme made a cameo.

Walter M (gb) wrote: In "Remember My Name," Emily(Geraldine Chaplin) is new to Los Angeles. So, she starts by buying herself some clothes and finding an apartment where she asks Pike(Moses Gunn), the building manager, for some lamps. Next up is a job that she gets at a dollar store through knowing the mother of Mr. Nudd(Jeff Goldblum), the store's owner. All of which leaves her plenty of time to stalk Neil(Anthony Perkins), a construction worker, and his wife Barbara(Berry Berenson).Alan Rudolph can be an especially exasperating director, considering his over reliance on mood to carry a movie. At least with "Remember My Name," there is a plot that should make a difference. But for the most part, the movie has an elliptical route to it, embracing the mystery instead. Which would be fine because it all makes perfect sense in the end. But only if this was all more compelling than simply watching a neat cast(including a young Alfre Woodard) do their thing. And then there's the whole Bulgarian earthquake thing playing in the background. At least the cool blues soundtrack is relevant.

Layne O (nl) wrote: For an 80's horror movie this one actually was not too bad in my opinion. The acting wasn't that great but it was actually a little creepy