Set in 1977, back when sex was safe, pleasure was a business and business was booming, idealistic porn producer Jack Horner aspires to elevate his craft to an art form. Horner discovers Eddie Adams, a hot young talent working as a busboy in a nightclub, and welcomes him into the extended family of movie-makers, misfits and hangers-on that are always around. Adams' rise from nobody to a celebrity adult entertainer is meteoric, and soon the whole world seems to know his porn alter ego, "Dirk Diggler". Now, when disco and drugs are in vogue, fashion is in flux and the party never seems to stop, Adams' dreams of turning sex into stardom are about to collide with cold, hard reality.
Eddie is a young ambitious actor discovered by Jack Horner, an adult film director, who always considered his work as an artistic creation. Eddie renames as Dirk Diggler, and she quickly catches up with the lifestyle and complex relationships in the industry of the late '70s movie. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dorianator F (us) wrote: Very bad movie, bad acting, bad story. But it had a couple of entertaining action sequences.
(ru) wrote: A young nanny makes a terrifying discovery about the children she is charged with caring for in first-time director Donato Rotunno's unsettling take on The Turn of the Screw. When Anna Veigh (Leelee Sobieski) accepted a job watching two angelic orphans at a remote country estate, it seemed like the perfect opportunity to get out of the city and clear her head. Though her initial meeting with Miles and Flora goes remarkably well, Anna's sense of unease slowly begins to build when she discove
Caleb C (de) wrote: I think I might be one of the very few people in this world that actually somewhat enjoyed this movie. The plot is incredibly rediculous, but it is a 'sweet' movie and does have a heart and is pretty funny in some parts. John Candy as the voice of the horse was a great choice here, and it's nice to see no lame CGI for talking animals here.
Andrew B (de) wrote: Ingmar Bergman's psychological examination of murder is subversively terrifying, but only with the more you think about it. Its nonlinear structure is a fresh and unique touch (it feels like Tarantino took notes from this for "Pulp Fiction"), and though it's not like his usual fare, this film is very good and compelling in its own right. In some ways it's very unBergman, but there are enough hints there to where you can tell it's still him pulling the strings. This film skips right over the "whodunnit" into the idea of "whydunnit", a mystery which we explore the entire film and only partially understand by the ending - which, though simple in nature is simultaneously satisfying and baffling.
Henry S (it) wrote: This is a really cheesy movie. But in the best way possible. The cast is great, and there are some really good lines. Maybe I should call it a guilty pleasure. But I love this film...
Delia G (ag) wrote: A & J say: it was fantastic! Other kids should watch it except for the first part because the wild lion who kills a woman. The main characters were brave because they were able to raise an adult lioness so she could live free and in the wild. And, be she could mother lioness.
Brad S (gb) wrote: Finally watched this classic Marilyn Monroe film directed by Howard Hawks and co-starring Jane Russell. It's pretty funny and entertaining. Not the greatest film, but is entertaining enough. Give it a try.
Carlos G (jp) wrote: "8 mile" is a 2002 semi-autobiographical film about the early days of rapper Eminem. The film is directed by Curtis Hanson and written by Scott Silver and Jesse Wigutow, it stars Marshal Mathers (a.k.a Eminem) playing Jimmy "B-Rabbit" Smith, Jr, a fictional version of himself. The plot follows Jimmy (Eminem), a prominent rapper that struggles between his job, his family, and his life in the hip-hop world. The film stars Brittany Murphy as Jimmy's love interest Alex, Kim Basinger as Jimmy's mom, Stephanie, Mekhi Phifer as Jimmy's friend and battle host, who goes by the name of "Future", and Anthony Mackie as Jimmy's rival in the ring, "Papa Doc".The film's plot works really well, due to the simple fact that is a story worth beeing told, different from other musicians turned actors who tried and turn their life into an unnecessary film, Eminem actually has a story to tell, a story that isn't your usual cliche fest, with the undiscovered star that moves to the big city to turn her/his life around. This is real, it is the struggle of this dude who's had a real life, not an easy one, and he stood and fought to be where he is now. Director Curtis Hanson does his work very well, doing justice to this great story about this great guy.The movie has a fine cast of actors, leading em' is Eminem, and damn he did a great work. The rapper does fantastically for his first performance in a movie, much like the late reaper 2pac Shakur, Eminem proves to have a natural talent for the big screen, it is a true shame the rapper didn't do any more big screen projects after the"8 mile". Alongside Eminem, playing his love interest Alex, is Britney Murphy doing a great job, like Eminem she is another actress I would've liked to have seen more of (the actress died of pneumonia and anemia in late 2009). The cast of actors all do a fine job in the film, with no miscasts.The music is another great aspect of the film. The director does not shove the hip-hop soundtrack in our face, we instead get a well-prepared track filled with fine rap music from the early 90s that are well adjusted within the movie. The end credits song "Lose Yourself", a music that Eminem himself composed for the movie, went to win the Oscar for Best Original Song, very well deserved. The song is one of Em's best, with great lyrics that not only relate to the movie but to other real life issues regarding rap. The song is great, and it is yet another great aspect of the overall film."8 mile" is a good film that does justice to its source material while providing some unexpected great acting from its lead, along with the supporting cast. All accompanied by a great rap-filled soundtrack. It is a must-see to any hip-hop/Eminem fan out there, as it is to any movie fans. 4/5.
David B (gb) wrote: Very entertaining Rogers and Hammerstein with lovely songs and some unusual touches such as a ballet sequence. Too bad this is not shown in theatres anymore as it was shot in widescreen and now the soundtrack has been remastered. Best enjoyed at home with your home theatre system up high.
Jacob D (de) wrote: Obviously I love this movie.
John N (nl) wrote: Despite what Nick's advertising would have you believe, SpongeBob is a brilliant show that a person of any age can enjoy. Well it used to be. SpongeBob was brilliant in its first 3 seasons and decent in seasons 4 and 5. However in season 6 the quality tanked the show became an annoying and boring shell of its former self with Choir Boys being the series' masterpiece of failure. Sponge out of Water however managed to be a laugh-out loud ride that brought back my childhood love of the show. The movie is colorful and bursting with creativity, all while showing the immense comedic talents of the cast and characters creating one of the stronger 2010's comedies.
Shaun K L (nl) wrote: what can I say about this film, lets look at the positives (yes there are positives) it's fun and zany, its filled with a lot of good and interesting ideas. there was potential here but it was wasn't well executed. A bit of a mess. This is another failed George Lucas production. I felt they could have done a superman like origin story or even had Howard being a bounty hunter/space traveler.In saying all that I did like it. If you like a bit of mindless fun that's a little different Howard the Duck is for you.
I dont know w (gb) wrote: Looks like a decent gangster film.