Death to Smoochy
Tells the story of Rainbow Randolph, the corrupt, costumed star of a popular children's TV show, who is fired over a bribery scandal and replaced by squeaky-clean Smoochy, a puffy fuscia rhinoceros. As Smoochy catapults to fame - scoring hit ratings and the affections of a network executive - Randolph makes the unsuspecting rhino the target of his numerous outrageous attempts to exact revenge and reclaim his status as America's sweetheart.
- Category:Thriller, Comedy, Crime, Drama
- Stars:Robin Williams, Edward Norton, Catherine Keener, Danny DeVito, Jon Stewart, Pam Ferris, Danny Woodburn, Michael Rispoli, Harvey Fierstein, Vincent Schiavelli, Craig Eldridge, Judy White, Tim MacMenamin, Bruce McFee, Glen Cross,
- Director:Danny DeVito,
- Writer:Adam Resnick
The film follows kids show host Randolph, who is fired in disgrace because of accepting bribes. As his replacement Smoochy is raising like a star, Randolph focuses all of his thoughts on killing Smoochy to come back to his luxury life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Death to Smoochy torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Just as good as the others, Maybe more action oriented than anything as there's very little plot and what story there was is very predictable, But it has some great gory action scenes as we expect in a Underworld movie, The effects were good most of the time, I can't comment on the 3D as I watched the 2D version, It won't be winning any new viewers over but fans of the older entries will love it just as much, Let's hope they don't get too silly with things as it has set itself up for a fifth movie and Keeping things fresh and interesting may prove harder.
(ca) wrote: Bridges and Gyllenhal elevate otherwise dreary, predictable material.
(au) wrote: Film sympa avec un scnario (a change) et un bon jeu d'acteur.
(ru) wrote: I liked this movie, not loved, just liked.
(us) wrote: This film marked a considerable downfall for one of my idols. It was weird, yet everyone liked it. Robert Rodriguez got extremely wrapped up in the George Lucas style of shooting films. All green screen and digital effects. Though everyone praises Machete, No one cared much for its sequel or a Dame to Kill For. But to his credit, he has put himself in the wonderful position to do whatever he wants. It just pains me that most of these actors were never even in the same room with each other. I'd venture to call that an editor's dream.This film is 4 stories that not only interlay well but broke the mold at the same time. It is like the remake of psycho in a way that is it a 100% accurate depiction of its source material. It broke the mold of digital filming at the time and was so different to our eyes even though it was simply black and white. When colors are used, it seems to fit the mood perfect. It took a truly ensemble cast and translated Frank Millers work beautifully. It also seems a lot like Planet Terror in how they stuck to a genre, the embodiment of noir. This movie made Robert Rodriguez even more of a pioneer. It is bloody like a Tarantino movie. Also, it isn't in chronological order, which is another staple of Quentin. It is over dramatic and perfectly cartoony. The pulpy way it plays was interesting and Frank Millers early works will always be classic. Never personally was too big of a fan, but I understand the accomplishments of the film.
(br) wrote: A slightly dark Danish comedy. Quite funny.
(ca) wrote: This was better than I thought it would be, especially considering that one of the stars is Tupac. I'll give it one star for being slightly fun, but it's too silly to really enjoy.
(mx) wrote: An oldie but a goodie. Kathleen Turner is hilarious!
(au) wrote: Richard's best comedy,this was rip roaring the first time I saw it and still funny the last.
(jp) wrote: not interested at all
(it) wrote: Chadwick Boseman is friggin' fantastic in this.
(kr) wrote: Interesting enough, and Jodorowsky comes off as someone I could be boys with, even though I think he's a garbage filmmaker
(it) wrote: brilliant movie...must watch..it shows how a thing of the past can come back to haunt your present..