Earlene arrives at Venice Beach after running away from an estranged lover, only to become fast friends with an Australian skater who is also lost. Together, they set out into the desert to find themselves. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bruno & Earlene Go to Vegas
Earlene arrives at Venice Beach after running away from an estranged lover, only to become fast friends with an Australian skater who is also lost. Together, they set out into the desert to find themselves.
You may also like
Bruno & Earlene Go to Vegas torrent reviews
Orlok W (fr) wrote: Good actors can take rough dialogue and make it Hamlet's 3rd soliloquy--Robert Duvall is Still a Star!!
Heather M (au) wrote: Probably won't watch this one.
Ella R (mx) wrote: Loved it. I am a huge horror fan, but not into the shock-for-the-sake-of-shock school of 'disturbing gore-porn' horror. In fact, I didn't enjoy Soft for Digging at all. I only say that to underscore how much I did enjoy this film. Petty takes a creative look at voyeurism and really challenges rational suspension of disbelief. I almost felt that my enjoyment was self-indictment: kind of a 'Funny Games' guilt-trip, lessened by the knowledge that I knew I was watching fiction. True story: I've shown the film to three friends since. I'd discreetly sold each on the idea that we were going to watch a true documentary 'gone wrong.' Each was absolutely terrified by the film. It was interesting to watch, and it made me wish I'd seen it devoid of any a priori plot-knowledge. I don't know how much less effective, if at all, the film is with the knowledge of its twist. I do know that I've yet to suggest the film to someone who didn't watch and then report that they'd enjoyed it. To me that's the true measure of a film in any genre.Notes:1. J.T Petty is an extremely likeable presence narrating the film.2. August Mordum (and his grandma story): pleasant and engaging. Wow.3. Still not convinced Erik Marcisak is not a purveyor of snuff films.4. Erik Marcisak was excellent: believable and fun to watch.5. Do not show this movie to a girlfriend, then hide behind a door with a water-dampened rag and pretend to chloroform her when she exits the bathroom- followed by hysterical laughing at her terrified reaction. That may not have caused us to break up, but it couldn't have helped either. Sorry Amy!6. Theory: the ampersand (&) in the title hurt this one's chances at achieving more notoriety and a bigger cult following. Thanks for reading...and enjoy the film! -E
Sabrina J (gb) wrote: the heart special list
Jonathan P (au) wrote: Maybe it is the fact that I grew up watching the Olsen twins but Passport to Paris isn't that bad of a film (at least for a child friendly film). Before their anorexia bouts and while they were still young enough to be cute rather than annoying Passport to Paris relies on the charisma of its two child prodigies Mary-Kate and Ashley, along with some snappy writing to reel in kids and adults alike. Though it isn't award winning it is interesting and witty enough to keep the attention of its viewers even if us older viewers are a bit embarrassed to admit it.
Jonathan L (nl) wrote: Good, feels like bugs life tried to follow this?
Rodney E (us) wrote: The kids got shrunk in the first so lets take that original movie, which was good, and just milk it. Seems like the clowns at Disney were convinced that all you need to do is get a toddler and have it all big and terrorizing the town. Sucks.
Agus B (kr) wrote: pesima lo digo en serio toda la gente se queja de cars 2 que dicen que es mala pero lo que hace es para entretener y es enserio un spin off de cars terriblemente pesimo.
Stephen G (mx) wrote: An original idea executed with wit, charm, and humor. Classic.
Amber P (us) wrote: I'm being completely bias. I love the Marvel superhero movies. I enjoy them, and I want them to go on forever, but we know that's not possible because let's be honest, Robert Downey Jr. isn't going to be young forever, no matter how much I want him to be. I enjoyed this one because it's more of the same, but also, more! And who doesn't love more. I enjoyed the banter between the Avengers and Ultron, I even enjoyed the newcomers of Scarlet Witch and a brief performance from another version of Quicksilver. I won't lie, I do enjoy Quicksilver more in the X-Men reboots, but you know, not everyone can be great. As I said, it's more of the same, but they're characters you enjoy and want to see more of. They're quite entertaining, and I haven't lost my taste for them.