Greased Lightning

Greased Lightning

This film is based on the true life story of Wendell Scott, the first black stock car racing champion in America.

The true life story of Wendell Scott, the first black stock car racing driver to win an upper tier NASCAR race. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Greased Lightning torrent reviews

Jose R (fr) wrote: Drama romntico muy recomendable

Rahul M (us) wrote: A view would be to look at this movie as a regular love story... nothing out of the world as you say when it comes to a story. But as a part of the audience I would say this movie is very strong in conveying the simple story in a way which makes you feel good. An extremely good movie or I would say a must watch movie which after its climax leaves you smiling. Am very happy to see a really good Malayalam movie after along time. even when the story was not extraordinary, well that is the beauty of it , its simple, plain and beautiful. a masterpiece by vineeth srinivasan

Jacky L (us) wrote: quite an insipid piece of work. isabella is easy on the eye and i've seen her in other flicks, but boy was she like a dead plank here. the film has too many darned side plots. though clocking just a lil more than 1.5 hours, the indecisive/ weak-willed Takeko made it feel like 3 hours. didn't feel for both the female protagonists at all, 'cept perhaps that fleeting few seconds of screen time between Jade and her grandma.

Tommy B (fr) wrote: fantastic horror movie. very good.

Daryl T (jp) wrote: Excellent way to learn about the plight of Sudan's lost boys

Louie R (kr) wrote: this movie is very good! i was pleasantly surprissed at the directing, story, and acting.

Matt (gb) wrote: Kelly Kapowski in a bathing suit? Instant classic.

Stuart R (jp) wrote: Pure shit. It doesn't even have camp value. It may have possibly rated higher if the sex, violence and dialogue weren't edited and subsequently redubbed by some annoying mother reading a bedtime story to her child - and seriously, what mother lulls her child to sleep by reading her a book by Edgar Allan Poe?

Sean H (es) wrote: Now realizing while it took so long for me to watch

Alejandro C (ru) wrote: A sunday morning movie to see

Janne S (br) wrote: Tst on pikkuhiljaa tullut yksi lempielokuvistani. Loppua kohden tabuja rikotaan sellaisella tahdilla, ett heikompia hirvitt.

Spencer S (es) wrote: During the late seventies and eighties there was a clear trend of slasher genre horror films based around holidays ("April Fool's Day," "Halloween," "Friday the 13th" etc.) While following in this vein, there's something original and dark about this film in contrast. Most of the film is set in the mines of central Canada, where a set of old murders haunts a quiet little town. A lot of the action revolves around a love triangle, the legends of the past, and being young and witless, with nothing to do. The last section of the film is entirely set in the bowels of a blackened mine, where the tunnels and overhead shafts provide plenty of hiding spots for a maddened serial killer. While this film takes great strides to not be the same as others of its caliber, it's still not very memorable. The killer is lame, the twist comes out of nowhere, the characters are idiotic and cowardly, the main female character is irritatingly frightened, and constantly needs saving, and the ending is ridiculous. Though I haven't seen the remake, I recommend it over this film, which is working with basically nothing but visuals, which I can only hope got better by 2009.

JohnnyLee T (nl) wrote: Bill Murray's performance is worth the watching, but the storyline is glacial and in parts improbable. Not fond of movies where the music tells you how you should be feeling (but really aren't!)

Jacob D (fr) wrote: One of the most outstanding superhero movies of all time.

John B (ru) wrote: It is a broad definition of the West as it includes quite a long period in Ohio but it is a good epic. The imagery is vivid and the acting memorable. Perhaps not for the First Nations but America was far from sympathetic in that era.