This film captures the essence of Jon Bon Jovi, the lead singer of one of the prime players in the legion of pop-metal bands that took '80s radio by storm. Most of the film is a short narrative loosely based on the songs from his 1997 solo album Destination Anywhere, and features Jon Bon Jovi and Demi Moore as a young couple struggling with alcoholism and the death of their young child.
- Stars:Jon Bon Jovi, Demi Moore, Annabella Sciorra, Kevin Bacon, Whoopi Goldberg, Leah Rubino, Nicky 'Pops' Anest, Olga Barbato, Vinny Vella, Sidney Annis, Ernie Fierron, Denise Faye, Paul D'Amato, William Preston, Harry Bugin,
- Director:Mark Pellington,
- Writer:Stuart Cohn, Tom Gorai, Mark Pellington, Terry Wolverton (poems)
"Destination Anywhere" is a contemporary film noir set on the streets of a gritty, yet colorful Manhattan neighborhood. Jon Bon Jovi stars as JON, a man on the run from his home, his ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Destination Anywhere torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: An sich netter Film - etwas naiv. Aber Ende fhlt sich etwas gerusht an und offen.
(jp) wrote: Almost ten years later and it just keeps getting better and better. Absolutely love this movie.
(jp) wrote: Mister Nobody is a very complex film. I watched it on NetFlix and do not feel that I wasted my time. I do feel that recommend watching it would be most appropriate if watched with your significant other. It presents some good moral and ethical quandaries and points, and though the film itself has flaws (The fact that the divergent timelines do not feel like more than the sum of their respective parts), it embarks on an emotional journey that regardless of mangled accent continuity touches upon the soul of human emotion. Though the divergent stories do not play out well in films of a similar type, it is worth the time to see each one and to see the ending. I'd recommend it. Enjoyed it very much.
(us) wrote: Truly a tearjerker movie for dogs and their masters... :')
(nl) wrote: Is corporate culture this bad? Maybe so which is why I started my own business many years ago. Pretty good family story though I didn't like the part where the daughter seduces her dad's boss in her college dorm for what turns out to be truly casual sex. Pretty good acting.
(nl) wrote: Other than the fact John Cusack's Doppleganger haunts you the entire movie, its really pretty good.
(de) wrote: Perhaps Egoyan's greatest work. A surprisingly layered character study with all these repetitive patterns adding to a simply told, but richly complex narrative.
(de) wrote: Another unforgettable and amazing play turned sour by Hollywood. The two leads are an error. Syd Walker is great but none of the punch of the late Craig Lucas' play remains. Any level of "metaphor" that was so strong on stage is completely flattened on the screen. Kathy Bates seems to show up just to add a bit of class to the whole production. This could not have been Norman Rene's vision for the screen.
(jp) wrote: Still holds up surprisingly well for it's age. Some stuff is now more offensive though. I wish Eddie Murphy was still this funny, he should try stand-up again.
(es) wrote: Just your average 80s horror flick.Nothing special
(ca) wrote: war veteran runs his own church called "the truth without Jesus Christ". It's challenging, especially to those whose faith is strong, and Dourif acts his socks off. Some parts of the film seem unconnected to what has gone before and can be quite hard to follow as a result
(au) wrote: Classic 70's soft core blaxploitation film!
(jp) wrote: Genius. Absolutely classic. The dialogue is so quick fire that when I watched it a second time, it was like watching another version.
(jp) wrote: I wanted to like this more, but like Robocop, it has not aged well.
(jp) wrote: Funny af loved it such amazing characters and great jokes would buy....yea!