Fioravante decides to become a professional Don Juan as a way of making money to help his cash-strapped friend, Murray. With Murray acting as his "manager", the duo quickly finds themselves caught up in the crosscurrents of love and money.
- Stars:John Turturro, Woody Allen, Vanessa Paradis, Liev Schreiber, Sharon Stone, Sofía Vergara, Tonya Pinkins, Jade Dixon, Aubrey Joseph, Dante Hoagland, Isaiah Clifton, Michael Badalucco, Aida Turturro, Allen Lewis Rickman, Teddy Bergman,
- Director:John Turturro,
- Writer:John Turturro
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Fading Gigolo torrent reviews
(it) wrote: I thought it was a good movie
(it) wrote: I just want to watch this movie over and over again... xD Features my two favorite actors: Sammi Cheng and Andy Lau. (They play two obese Hong Kong people who are living in Japan.) Pure funniness and a great story plot about determination, sacrificing, and reaching your goals. ^^
(au) wrote: One of Sheen's best kept secrets is this gem of a tiny indie before he lost his mind....very,very well acted.
(br) wrote: Very dated and very unconvincing acting styles, however the style of the film was highly original at the time, in particular the way Shirley often looks directly into the camera and talks to the audience, an unsettling technique rarely seen in film.
(fr) wrote: Bruce Campbell has done so few horror movies it's hard not to love them all. Even the bad one's like Maniac Cop.
(us) wrote: Fortune-seekers and a photo fashion shoot disrupt a 5,000 year old mummy from its ancient slumber in Egypt. Although the mummy is pretty cool, this sadly fails to live up to the potential the cover artwork suggests. Ends up veering into a zombie film by its conclusion.
(nl) wrote: Here we are with another film from Andy Milligan and company. This one, Bloodthirsty Butchers, is Milligan's take on Sweeney Todd. There are plenty of moments for blood and gore, most of which made me laugh out loud. I'd say that I found this one a bit more entertaining than the last film of his that I watched (The Rats Are Coming...), but not by a wide margin or anything. This has a little bit more going for it. The actors may not be perfect, but they certainly appear professional on-screen. They never glance at the camera or break character, so that's saying something. The dialogue is mostly trite and scenes go on much, much, much longer than they ever need to. There's also the constant score in the background, which never fits any of the scenes. I particularly laughed out loud during the love-making scene set to a sea shanty. So anyways, this is about mediocre for Milligan, and mediocre is better than just terrible, I suppose. It could have been much, much worse. There's a bit more production value to it as well, but none of it was sunk into the visuals or the post-production, that's for sure. Not the worst or the best he's done, but slightly entertaining in some areas.
(au) wrote: Lethal Weapon is one of the best action films to come out of the 80's, and laid the perfect foundation for the top notch series of films that would follow. There are no two better buddy cops then Riggs and Murtaugh.
(es) wrote: This movie was hilarious!