Elvis Lives!

Elvis Lives!

Elvis Presley learns he must fake his own death to protect his family from the mafia

The documentary takes the legend of rock n’ roll icon Elvis Presley to the next level, bringing one of the most infamous conspiracy theories to life and asking the question, “What if Elvis never really left the building?” . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Morgan K (us) wrote: A few laughs here and there, silly as hell.

Jennie M (mx) wrote: Strong start that dwindled a bit but good acting/storyline. Love the actors.

Latishea B (au) wrote: I really love this film.xxx:Dxxxx

Dimity P (nl) wrote: Good cast, but it pretty much sucks...mildly amusing.

Willy F (br) wrote: THANK GOODDDD, Mekhi Phifer really hit one outta the park with this one, his stunning role as 'big daddy' left me compelled and on the edge of my seat, just waiting to see how these two young scoundrels (danny masterson, and ronnie thompson) get out of this bind that Jessica (Tina Fey) has left them in

Rihan P (mx) wrote: Focussed So Much On The Controversial/Tabloid Grabbing Aspects Of MJ's Life That I Don't Think Was A Very Fair Portrayal Of MJ, Need To Make Time To Re-Watch 'Jacksons: An American Dream' After Watching This. Jacksons Family Dynasty Is Highly Recommended!

Buddy K (br) wrote: That this ever got green lighted and somehow attracted name actors (including Gary Oldman AS A DWARF) is mindblowing. A terrible, unique, bizarre and ultimately hilarious film that is sure to offend dwarfs and tall folk alike. In a word: Ridiculous.

John P (de) wrote: Chocolate factory Charlie's father is really HITLER! muahah!

David S (br) wrote: Entertaining flick with nice style and moments of clever wit but it's all insubstantial... The plot is essentially non-existent as it merely follows a couple across town as they run from the law... Enjoyable but ultimately forgettable.

Kevin F (es) wrote: Really Good Movie... =) !!!

Richard E (kr) wrote: Pale, poo-shaped shadow of real Macross.

Courtney W (gb) wrote: One of the most random, obscure movies ever, but worth seeing! Can't believe I finally tracked it down at Amoeba Records!

Corey N (fr) wrote: Jay Killon is the bodyguard of the recently elected US president, buthe is assigned to the first lady (Lara Royce). Lara hates Killon so she does all she can to escape. The story complicates when someone tries to kill Lara...another quickly produced and cheaply made production from the Cannongroup, but it still has all the charm of a classic b-movie. Bronsonplays the exact same character he did in all his movies in theeighties, and is aided by a string of bad actors.the story is 'the bodyguard' but five years earlier and without the bigproduction values, and the sub-plots are ludicrous. Ireland and Bronsonare fun to watch and some of 'momma ones' lines are cheesy but fun, butwhat all people who even dare to rent out a cannon film from theeighties is, explosions.there a lots, and yes, they are laugh out loud funny. from the initialbike randomly blowing up to the boat, but the funniest sight in thisfilm is Bronson, on a bike, with a machine gun and rocket launcher.pure class, and sadly the stuntman doesn't have the same colourmoustache as Bronson, but he does blow up a barn.two minor quibbles though, there is one scene where they are beingchased by a truck on a railway line, and the truck falls off a ledge, idid think for one second it wasn't going to blow up, but it finallydid.and finally, when Bronson throws the Uzi down on the ground in thewoods, he does look like he's just taken a tray out of a microwave.other than that, it's pure mindless fun.

Mark W (jp) wrote: Another awesome 50's monster movie... Okay in terms of story, this one was average! However, the climactical moments of this film are very reminiscent to "The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms" and the animation of the monster were done incredibly well for the 50's. It's definitely a one to watch if your a fan of monster movies, just don't give up on the film to soon!

Trent R (gb) wrote: Programmatic, revisionist nonsense - but De Carlo is gorgeous in Technicolor and the battle sequences have a degree of excitement beyond the nostalgic charm. Alex Nicol plays at brash semi-villainy quite well, and the classic Black Hills locale is wonderful to see.

Private U (ag) wrote: It is a Classic, shows you how MGM and Paramount trained the Hollywood scarlets back in the day.

Sarah P (us) wrote: This was one of the more mediocre Shirley Temple movies.