An American stuntman working on spaghetti westerns in Europe picks up two pretty American tourists and they decide to take a road trip around Europe together. However, things don't turn out exactly as each of them expected. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Johnny M (jp) wrote: I felt like i was watching my own story
Hannah R (kr) wrote: Cutest characters and an excellent storyline
Nathan A (au) wrote: The beginning of this film is insane.. and got me seriously pumped for the rest of the film, wondering how in the world they were going to top that. Unfortunately they didn't.
Urmi C (br) wrote: Good Movie love Shahid Kapoor
Yosie R (es) wrote: It was so stupid! I had a few laughs through it but it's one of those "we had nothing better to produce" sort of comedy.
Shuaib A (es) wrote: This movie is hillarious, it is so absurd and aware of it's absurdity it approaches comic genius level. You might miss the humor if you're not familiar with black culture or appreciate it though.
Marcus W (br) wrote: Hampered by being too long and not focused enough.
Keith C (mx) wrote: The pacing of the editing during the the actual 'horror' sequences is fairly strong, pretty much everything else is abysmal - particularly the performances.
Cristal J (kr) wrote: love this movie watch it soon as u can lol
Charles M (gb) wrote: If 1977's "Macarthur" was intended as another definitive biopic of American WWII commanders (in the vein of 1970's "Patton"), it thoroughly missed the mark. Hate to say it, but Gregory Peck and his cast were dry and shallow, basically only reciting colorless dialog on claustrophobic sets. Gregory Peck was no George C. Scott, and "Macarthur" was certainly no "Patton"
Evan H (de) wrote: One of the best rediscovered silent movies. Gloria Swanson and Rudolph Valentino make a great pair in this classic!
Samir K (ru) wrote: exept few scares ... very predictable very boring very messy , a waist of time and money
Devon B (fr) wrote: Performance is a sloppy, unfocused mess whose biggest virtues seem to be it's psychedelic attitude and the fact that Mick Jagger co-stars. The star of the film however, is James Fox, who plays Chas, a strong arm for a small-time extortion racket. For some reason, the business of one of his old enemies is targeted for vandalism, and he's not included in on the attack. The old enemy holds him responsible though, and goes to his apartment for retribution (this includes, and I kid you not, writing the word "poop" on his wall and spanking him with a belt). When Chas murders the old enemy in self-defense (I guess), it becomes the biggest crime to hit London in the century and Chas goes on the run. He poses as a juggler and moves into Mick Jagger's basement. Mick has two hot euro chicks living with him, and they spend much of the film naked and making love. Mick is apparently a retired rock star, and he's living in seclusion while working on his new album, memoirs and film biography. I guess he's a sort of P-Diddy of the early 70s or something. Throughout the remainder of the film, a lot of other self-indulgent hippy nonsense takes place as Mick and the girls work their hippy magic on Chas, transforming him through the spiritual awakening of drugs and free love. Actually, I think I'm being unfair to hippies, as this film more accurately reflects the seedy, ugly side of the counter-culture that was so prevalent at Altamont the year before this film was made. There are a couple of scenes of interest, most noteably Mick performing an old Robert Johnson tune on an acoustic guitar, but overall, it's a tedious affair.
Fancy B (nl) wrote: I felt I'd seen something important, but I had to research RT to understand what. I think the acting was sensational, though I agree that Jovovich was too broad in her flirtatioushness. Painful. Confusing. Interesting.