Every Which Way But Loose
Philo Beddoe is your regular, easygoing, truck-driving guy. He's also the best bar-room brawler west of the Rockies. And he lives with a 165-pound orangutan named Clyde. Like other guys, Philo finally falls in love - with a flighty singer who leads him on a screwball chase across the American Southwest. Nothing's in the way except a motorcycle gang, and legendary brawler Tank Murdock.
The movie follows Philo Beddoe, a trucker and brawler, who is roaming the American West in search of a lost love while accompanied by his friend/manager, Orville, and his pet orangutan, Clyde. But he is floored himself by a dainty little country and western singer, who gives him the slip when she realizes he's getting too serious. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Every Which Way But Loose torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Wow. Most boring movie I have ever seen.
(kr) wrote: Thoroughly unpleasant and wholly unnecessary sadomasochistic horror/thriller. Far too exploitive to genuinely assess its horrifying subject matter and far too gritty and brutal to have any fun with. The fact that someone even wanted to franchise the idea of I Spit on Your Grave is in-and-of-itself repulsive.
(ca) wrote: it won't et me watch it dude why why why tell me y
(br) wrote: I like the creepy neighbours character but the movie didn't have enough energy, was just very lazy, predictible and bah....
(jp) wrote: The Who have not exactly been ignored by documentary film makers, with both The Kid's Are Alright from circa 1980 and the 30 years Of Rhythm and Blues film from the early 1990s. This excellent new rockumentary however brings the story of The Who bang up-to-date. It documents the whole Who story, including the almost two decades that have passed since that last one. Loads of great concert footage and good interviews with Roger,Pete the family and friends of the departed members. The likes of Noel Gallagher and Sting also talk about The Who's influence on them. There are even more insightful interviews in the extras on the DVD version.
(gb) wrote: Damn. I almost wish I had no idea there was a third film in this series waiting for me to watch. This one ends so perfectly I can assume bad things are in store for this charming pair in their next film. But regardless of the happy ending here this film continues the overwhelming strength of the first film with remarkable performances from Delpy and Hawke, a wonderful believable screenplay, and some simple but perfect filmmaking from Linklater. Can't wait to explore the final chapter.
(mx) wrote: five stars for the giant turd monster
(ca) wrote: CHRIS ROCK IS SOOOOOOOOO FUNNY
(ru) wrote: The most common criticisms of I've heard of this movie is that it's not scary enough for a horror movie and the plot doesn't make sense.It's not scary because it's not supposed to be. This is not a horror film. Even the directors concede as much. Apparently, the buzz is that the directors wanted to make this sequel with no supernatural elements at all, but the studio forced them to add in ghosts. It sucks, but there you go.The plot actually makes sense, if you keep one thing in mind: when you see the girls in long-sleeved uniforms, the movie has moved into flashback. I suppose that was easy for South Korean audiences to understand, because the were their school uniforms work is commonly understood information. Obviously, that's not so in America.
(de) wrote: Mielenkiintoinen psykologinen trilleri. Leffa sijoittuu yli puolet kestostaan kuulusteluhuoneeseen , mutta ei irrota otteestaan hetkeksikaan. Roth-Rooker-Penn kolmikko heittaa kovat roolisuoritukset.
(it) wrote: Not very often do we see Russians as the good guys in movies. It's even rarer when said movies were made during The Cold War, but here is one of such oddities. There are many interesting things in this film. The unique approach and intriguing plot among them. I especially like the beginning, when I still don't have any idea what's going on, and I have to try to figure shit out. This is easily one of the best Bronson flicks I have seen. And quite hard to get on dvd as well, I hear. Recommended for the curious ones. And Finnish viewers, as there are some familiar faces in there for them.
(au) wrote: Also known as "Old Dude and Cat." Art Carney gives a fairly good performance (he doesn't deserve the Oscar he won for it, but he's good) and there are some nice, sweet moments in here, but, all things considered, it's basically a piece of sentimental goop. OMG! The old guy thinks zen buddhism is cool! OMG! He likes sex! OMG! He's more open-minded and liberated than the totally unhip parents of his grandkids! OMG! OMG! The movie offers these sorts of contrived, obvious "surprises" in the place of developed characters.
(mx) wrote: A memria uma derrota. Lembrava desse filme como algo MUITO massa. Revi e notei que no bem assim. bem tosco e bobo, heuhe (alis, curiosidade: tem muito de Dr. No nesse filme). Mas divertido. Vale a pena ver pelo Bruce e pelos exageros vocais dele.
(jp) wrote: Kindergarten Cop is entertaining as hell. How does it not have higher ratings?
(it) wrote: I'm so excited, I might pee!