As not-quite-orderlies who're downright Disorderlies, rap-music favorites The Fat Boys rule. Playing the freewheeling caretakers of the frail Dennison (Hollywood legend Ralph Bellamy), they stir up a comedic culture clash in Palm Beach society that only proves laughter is the best medicine this side of a tax refund.
- Stars:Mark Morales, Darren Robinson, Damon Wimbley, Anthony Geary, Tony Plana, Helen Reddy, Lisa Kingston, Marco Rodríguez, Ralph Bellamy, Jim Jackman, Don Woodard, Charles Green, Joseph R. Sicari, JoMarie Payton, Linda Hopkins,
- Director:Michael Schultz, Michael Schultz,
- Writer:Mark Feldberg, Mitchell Klebanoff
Winslow Lowry (Anthony Geary) is a greedy man determined to get his hands on the fortune of his ailing and very wealthy uncle, Albert Dennison (Ralph Bellamy). Lowry then hires three bumbling orderlies to take care of the old rich man. Humorous mayhem follows. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Disorderlies torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: A lot of dialogues can be applied to the umbrella revolution in Hong Kong. Perfect match.
(de) wrote: It could use a bit more explication on the Russian legal system. That aside, this is a solid documentary delivered from what seems to be a fairly objective perspective.
(mx) wrote: I really like GTA IV, and I thought this movie was pretty damn good.
(nl) wrote: i lovee this movie n cant wait to watch it.
(gb) wrote: 8/10lovely movie and definitely worth watching with family
(nl) wrote: Not so entertaining, but was okay to watch.
(ca) wrote: Edward Furlong is always fun to see. :D
(au) wrote: Any movie w/ an absinthe drinking scene is all I need to enjoy the cinematic experience, but the song she sings for her Mom at the end is heart-wrenching & beautiful!
(fr) wrote: This is my favorite movie of all time
(br) wrote: not bad for a walmart find.
(mx) wrote: Blue Sunshine is one of a kind. A strange hybrid of a horror and the mid seventies conspiracy movie (the the Parallax View comes to mind). But this movie is oh-so seventies to the core and is worth its weight in gold just for capturing such a specific time and mindset. The performances are decent enough even though Zalman King has all the charisma of an early Cronenberg protagonist. Blue Sunshine is best summed up as the ultimate late-night movie you ran across in the middle of the night back when there were only three channels from which to choose.
(ca) wrote: Cute if improbable comedy with Ronald Colman and Ginger working well together.
(gb) wrote: Southern Gothic noir from David Gordon Green--not his best film, but it creates a mood that lingers ominously after the credits role. The story is sort of a contemporary "Night of the Hunter," but grimmer, grimier, and more godless, with an ending that's weirdly unshakable and uneasy.