Boys on the Side
After breaking up with her girlfriend, a nightclub singer, Jane, answers a personal ad from Robin, a real estate agent with AIDS, seeking a cross-country travel partner. On their journey from New York City to Los Angeles, the two stop by Pittsburgh to pick up Robin's friend Holly, who is trying to escape an abusive relationship. With three distinct personalities, the women must overcome their differences to help one another.
- Category:Drama, Comedy
- Stars:Whoopi Goldberg, Mary-Louise Parker, Drew Barrymore, Matthew McConaughey, James Remar, Billy Wirth, Anita Gillette, Dennis Boutsikaris, Estelle Parsons, Amy Aquino, Stan Egi, Stephen Gevedon, Amy Ray, Emily Saliers, Jude Ciccolella,
- Country:USA, France
- Director:Herbert Ross, Herbert Ross,
- Writer:Don Roos
The story tells about Jane, who is a night club singer, out of work. Robin is a quirky real estate agent looking for a ride-share to accompany her to California. Her advertisement is answered by Jane, who at first was uncertain about her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Boys on the Side torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Pitiful, a documentary about emotionally stunted grown-ass geek who have nothing else to live for but to watch "my little pony" in their own mommies' "wittle" basement.
(br) wrote: Just...no. Has anyone posting here actually read the damn short story?
(mx) wrote: Cute romantic comedy
(de) wrote: Film de super hros thalandais avec quand mme pas mal d'action et ass violent. Par contre le scnario est loin d'tre parfait et manque un peu de cohrence par passage et contient de nombreux clichs et la trame sonore ne concorde pas toujours aux scnes. Bon effort tout de mme
(jp) wrote: Horrible. Just horrible.
(es) wrote: Hilarious black satire on a deranged and weird family. Perfect comedic timing by all members of the cast. A fun watch. To see a different spin check out Takashi Miike's musical/animated/off the wall retelling The Happiness of the Katakuris.
(kr) wrote: The under-rated but far superior sequel summarily trashes the Sly Stallone 80s films and anything else the Zuckers can think of. Their best film since Top Secret!
(mx) wrote: Funny, Funny, Funny this movie is so great to watch.
(es) wrote: Ghostbusters is really good, it's funny and so much fun and definitely better than the rebooted version
(kr) wrote: High on cheese value, but I really wanted it to be better. The pacing and storytelling are wildly uneven. Luckily I'd be happy listening to John Vernon and Samantha Eggar read the phone book to one another.
(ag) wrote: Danny Collins is funny, charming, heartwarming, and features an amazing performance by Al Pacino.
(us) wrote: I've come to the realization that one of my favorite things to do, even though I've done it twice, that I can think of, is ordering pizza and then watching a campy 80s horror movie. I remember doing it with Fright Night a year or so ago and I had a lot of fun. I don't know what it is about the combination of pizza and an 80s horror movie but it's, honestly, a perfect combination. With that out of the way, I reviewed the remake on here and I thought it was a terrible movie. Just terrible. I don't honestly remember much of the film itself, other than I hated it, so I cannot really compare the two. But, by and large, it's similar with the exception of the reveal of who the villain is. I wouldn't call this movie good, at all. Nor would I even go as far as to call it above average. But, you know what, I had a blast watching this film. I don't know what I could say that was good about this movie. Because I think its camp-heavy factor come from the fact that the movie 34 years old. Who knows. Maybe this was considered campy even back in the day, but I somehow don't buy that. Not that I think it was taken all that seriously either. But yes a lot of these 80s horror movies have a certain charm about them that makes them a lot of fun to watch regardless of whether they're actually good or not. And I think this is the perfect example of it. It's probably the type of film that would work best watching with a group of friends so you can spend a good time laughing with and at the movie. The film itself isn't actually incompetently made, far from it. It's just that everything surrounding that, the story and the acting, are honestly a little goofy. The thing that sucks, however, is that the version on Netflix is the version that was edited for theaters to avoid an X rating. To think of how far horror movies have come that the thought of this movie getting an X rating in this day and age just seems laughable as shit. There's, apparently, a 99 minute version of the film that was the original edit of the film. This version has never been released on VHS or DVD and apparently was aired only once by a cable channel. But, and this is probably true, a lot of that is probably expository. I'm sure the 99 minute version is gorier, but I doubt that there's 9 additional minutes of violence in the film. I don't think there's enough violence in the film that there's a conceivable way that the 9 minutes that were cut out were 100% gore. I'd still like to see the original cut of the film however. I can't really say much else, honestly. This isn't a good movie and it's probably tame by modern horror standards, but it's so campy that I honestly had a lot of fun watching this. It's just an easy film to watch and it'd probably be even more fun if you watched this with a group of friends. Not good, but I would recommend it as a silly Netflix watch.
(au) wrote: Funny, good cast, but unoriginal, predictable, weak script.
(de) wrote: In the world of 'Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse,' Zombies can shoot guns and pole dance. Ben, Carter and Augie (Tye Sheridan, Logan Miller and Joey Morgan) find this out together when after a scout camping night, they realize the whole town has succumbed to a zombie infection. They team up with hot cocktail waitress Denise (Sarah Dumont) to kill the zombies; I guess Ben wants to get the girl but who cares. The movie is well made and is filled with hit and miss humour. A horror/comedy hybrid, the movie is funny more often than it is frightening. While most of the humour hit for me personally, such as a scene where Ben holds onto a zombie's penis to prevent himself from falling out of a window, some of it is a little lowbrow and crappy. The script also has some issues despite the action and the special effects being fairly competent. Just how in the hell can a fat kid from the suburbs make a bomb so quickly? If you are looking for a zombie movie to fill your night with, this isn't a bad option as I found it mostly entertaining.