On the verge of bankruptcy and desperate for his big break, aspiring filmmaker Bobby Bowfinger concocts a crazy plan to make his ultimate dream movie. Rallying a ragtag team that includes a starry-eyed ingenue, a has-been diva and a film studio gofer, he sets out to shoot a blockbuster featuring the biggest star in Hollywood, Kit Ramsey -- only without letting Ramsey know he's in the picture.

On the verge of bankruptcy and desperate for his big break, aspiring filmmaker Bobby Bowfinger concocts a crazy plan to make his ultimate dream movie. When heĀ fails to get a major star for his bargain basement film, he decides to shoot the film secretly around him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bowfinger torrent reviews

Fontaine F (gb) wrote: This is poor film-making at it's finest.

Veronica R (jp) wrote: Wish they would have chosen a different leading lady but the rest of the cast was perfect for their roles. Love this movie!

Toby E (de) wrote: The only awards this film could win is for 'most annoying and stroppy characters' All of them winge, moan and throw strops throughout the film. Bad acting, bad story, week plot and poor editing make this a chore to watch. don't bother.

Lucas M (kr) wrote: Dispite all the terrible reviews about this film, Heartbeeps become an interesting, cute and entertaining rare romantic sci-fi comedy. Some people might find this classic cult a likable picture, specially, if you're an Andy Kaufman fan, just like I'm.

Matt C (gb) wrote: Having just finished the book, I dusted off the DVD for a viewing. Haven't seen this in a long time and what a cracking little British film this is. Attenborough has arguably never been better and I also think Marsh's performance is pitch perfect. The character of Ida still feels a little too forced but all in all this is a brilliant movie. Even the changed ending although seemingly feel-good is still to a degree left open ended and ultimately for the viewer to decide. Fantastic...question is, do I subject myself to the remake?

Ashley C (ag) wrote: The ways technology can simultaneously bring people together and isolate them is a rich, if slightly worn, theme, and this little indie mines it reasonably well. Still, even at 80 minutes, it felt a little long.

Amanda N (de) wrote: This movie was appalling! Anne Hathaway's character was an idiot. You can't be a journalist, much less one in NYC, if you're so concerned about what your line cook boyfriend thinks. Do you think Ida B. Wells cared about what shabby grilled cheese flipping assholes thought about her clothes? This movie is disgusting. I literally got sick to my stomach watching this. The message was that you shouldn't change everything about yourself no matter what. That job was a great opportunity. She changed. So what? Margaret Fuller was probably a lot more innocent and sensitive before she worked at The Dial. That crappy newspaper job at the denouement (a job which the character never would've gotten in real life) could've been The New Yorker if she hadn't have gone to her boyfriend's birthday party. She loved that asshole more than writing. You can't love anything more than writing if you want to be a journalist. To quote Susan Orlean (who Meryl Streep ironically played in another film with a performance that shamed her "Miranda Priestly") "The reason it matters to care about something passionately is because it whittles the world down to a more manageable size." If Anne Hathaway's character really loved writing as much she claimed to in this movie, she would've moved out and lived on the fucking street to get away from that asshole. God, I'm so offended I need to go watch Thelma & Louise to get my mind off of this shit...

Alexander C (mx) wrote: Based on the game maybe?