Freeway II: Confessions of a Trickbaby

Freeway II: Confessions of a Trickbaby

After escaping from jail, two teens flee to Tijuana and stay with one's childhood protector, a man masquerading as a nun.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:97 minutes
  • Release:1999
  • Language:English,Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:surrealism,   wig,   fairy tale,  

A teenage prostitute escapes from a juvenile prison with a 16-year-old serial killer and both go on a destructive road trip to Mexico in this twist on the "Hanzel Gretel" fairy tale. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Freeway II: Confessions of a Trickbaby torrent reviews

Eric J (br) wrote: The November Man is a much better movie than the critics, and Flixster users say it is. If you watch a movie to pick it apart then don't bother watching them. They're movies, fiction, make believe. If you watch movies to be entertained and involve yourself with the character(s), you should enjoy this movie as I did.

Michael S (br) wrote: One minute the son of a country singer is baring his soul to an interviewer, who has coaxed a song out of him he probably has written in secret and never sung to anybody else. The next minute we see him being introduced by his father, one of the most celebrated country stars, in front of a huge audience at the Grand Old Opry and for a second the audience applauds him, the cameras flash and, if you're experiencing this film in the right way, you can see how this man's smile, as he basks in the adoration of fandom he will only know from this limited vantage point, is tinged with heartbreak and wasted dreams. That is only a single thread which makes up the tapestry of this incredibly sensitive and subtle masterpiece. Over and over again the spotlight halts on a moment of truth, rarely seismic but subtle and easily missed, that is spellbinding. To grant this film repeat viewings is to keep finding them like little bursts of recognition, hopefully illuminating the bigger picture of not only the entire film, but perhaps the world we inhabit and the peripheral lives we bump up against in our own day to day struggles. By turns humorous and heartbreaking, freewheeling and ominous, 'Nashville' is sometimes distanced, sometimes deeply penetrating, sometimes mercilessly skewering, sometimes warmly observed. These people are celebrated and hounded-after or star-struck and groping for stardom or recognition, desperate for sex or affection... or any kind of communication at all. Many are just plain stuck there in Music City trying to figure out their dreams, rubbing shoulders and mingling their fates. It is also a pageant celebrating American persistence in the face of adversity - weep while you're laughing, sing while you're screaming, look like a success while you're drowning inside. It's a film that recognizes the American dreamers and drifters, the loners, the helplessly isolated and the ambivalently lost with a clarity that was striking in 1975, and almost totally lacking in American mainstream cinema today. Like any Altman film you have to find your own way, like mingling at a party full of strangers. If you're going to make any kind of connection, you've got to step up to the occasion. That's Altman's magic. His cinema is interactive, it needs your company. It begs for it. And it treats you right, maybe showing you something you never knew about yourself or other people. I can't ask for anything more from a film.

Isla B (ca) wrote: Best Bond theme tune ever. And I love the interaction between Bond and Vesper.

Paul G (ru) wrote: It's a great movie, I would have gave it a 5/5 if it wasn't for its disappointing ending.

Em P (nl) wrote: Imagine fearing the day you'll die, most people do. But what if it was going to come sometime soon, you knew that much but not the exact date. For Hazel Grace Lancaster, that's exactly how it is. What starts out as a typical story about a girl, takes a turn and becomes something nobody saw coming, not even Hazel. A heart warming love story about a boy and a girl will keep you turning the page, without wanting to put it down. Personally I adore this book, it is the one of the best love stories I've ever read, but with every love story, comes some heartbreak. Although it made me very emotional the first time I read it and saw the movie, I strongly recommend it to anybody.

Paul D (gb) wrote: While none of the characters in this movie are very likable, I was still impressed by the performances. This movie is very messed up, but it is well put together. I can't say everyone will like it, but it is worth giving it a try.