Solomon and Tummler are two teenagers killing time in Xenia, Ohio, a small town that has never recovered from the tornado that ravaged the community in the 1970s.

Teen friends Tummler and Solomon navigate the ruins of a tiny, tornado-ravaged town in Ohio that is populated by the deformed, disturbed and perverted. These include sniffing glue, killing cats, having sex, riding dirtbikes, listening to black metal, and meeting a cavalcade of quirky, bizarre, and scary people. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Gummo torrent reviews

Tim M (ru) wrote: "A tightly scripted, fast paced mix of action, revenge, and betrayal." What a way to quit a job!

Chloe G (de) wrote: 12x was a little too much. But the message was sweet and motivational.

Adam E (mx) wrote: Has a staying power to where watching once isn't enough.

Ryan I (es) wrote: Beetlejuice. Fa Fa Fo Hi.

Ahmad J (kr) wrote: Don't remember it being that bad.

Chun W (de) wrote: What I never knew about an ultraman movie! Ultraman Tiga is still the best!

Mohammed A (es) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Jonathan G (de) wrote: Boring did not care about anything that was going actors and actresses are lifeless overall it's film that you're gonna give five minutes to then start playing games on your phone or text or whatever to distract yourself because you will be bored out of your mind

Aaron G (jp) wrote: An easy-to digest well-cast romance.

Kurt B (us) wrote: Minimal direction, nominal performances, maximal explosions.

Jesse F (kr) wrote: Although the back story that went on during the production of this film is very disturbing, the film itself is fantastic. One of the best of 80's horror.

Martin F (fr) wrote: An almost perfect film except for the slightly anachronistic '80s hair & make-up, a bit too glaringly obvious in the digital print now doing the rounds. Awesome cast of the cream of the Dublin stage, one of the few times the incredible talents of Donal McCann was captured effectively on film.

Adrian B (br) wrote: In this film, Francois Truffaut stars as a director making a movie (funny, he directed himself directing a fictional movie). The point is that it is not the type of movie he is directing. It is the behaviours of the cast and crew on the sets, as well as the use of technique in terms of filming and positioning. Everything and everyone seems dysfunctional, with characters stressed by the script, workload, and relationships between one-another. Two young cast members, in particular, played by Jean-Pierre Laud and Jacqueline Bisset, are in a friendship quickly turning into a romance, despite the fact that the woman of the pair is married to older man. Quick-moving and very interesting look at the background production of making a movie of any type. Less corrupt and odd than Felini's 1963 hit "8 1/2" and perhaps, better, since more straightforward and serious, at least I thought so. It's too bad that the version I watched was English dubbed. I much prefer films in French when they are originally filmed in French. Another really good film by the master Truffaut.

Erin b (jp) wrote: loved it til mom dies

Mike P (ag) wrote: Underrated noir cult classic that succeeds in achieving suspense even more so than its reputation in sexual explicitly. Its a wonder how Tilly and Gershon didn't go on to do many more major starring roles after this considering how layered their roles were. Back in 1996 it was hard for newcomers at the time the Wachowski brothers to find actresses willing to do the sultry lesbian scenes initially thought as taboo back than. If Bound were to release nowadays I feel roles like that of Gershon's Corky or Tilly's Violet would launch a career into superstardom. Think what Girl with a Dragon Tattoo did for Rooney Mara or how Margot Robbie Is on the verge of stardom after the Wolf of Wall Street. Joe Patoliano's eccentric mob launderer may even go a step further as being the stand out role in the film due to its creative freedom of a mobster falling apart caught in the scam set up by Tilly and Gershon's characters. Strong support in every role contributes to the overall effect and achievement in suspence the Wachowski's haven't accomplished since. All in all Bound is a far more satisfying experience delivered from the Wachowski's than even their pinnacle success that was The Matrix. Their cinematography and use of slow motion in one of the films more tense scenes shouts their trademark use of such tricks in the Matrix where Keanu is dodging bullets. Bound delivered a shocking thrill ride coated in film noir technique that deserves far more credit than just being a film people watch to see two woman exploit themselves being more about the closets people put themselves in as result of their own decisions in life and the desperation to do anything to break free from it.

Martin T (it) wrote: Oh, it's another one of these. An early 70's American, vaguely wistful character study about lovable losers drifting through life. Like other movies of its ilk, it tries to pass off character flaws as depth, and wears its no-frills approach to filmmaking on its sleeve as a badge of honor. I can watch this stuff and be reasonably engaged, but it just doesn't inspire me that much. Decent-to-good performances by Bridges and Keach... more noteworthy are the characters on the periphery: Ruben, Earl, the mysterious boxing rival Lucero (in one of the film's more intriguing moments, Huston lets us watch him leave the arena, and we wish we could follow HIS story for a while), the fellow day workers. These guys add quite a bit of spice. On the other hand, you've got Oma, a particularly awful performance by Susan Tyrrell, whose grating hamminess somehow bagged her an Oscar nom. I was pretty ho-hum about the whole experience until the last half hour or so, when something resembling a point of view seemed to surface, culminating in a fine, thoughtful ending. It went a long way towards redeeming the film, which I was otherwise mostly indifferent about.

JeanFranois S (fr) wrote: On peut s'tonner de l'poque o se situe ce film (1978) par rapport l'histoire du syndicalisme au XXme sicle. Il est pourtant bas sur des faits rels datant de 1974 en Caroline du Sud. "Norma Rae" est donc un film militant la gloire des syndicats sur les conditions de travail dans les usines textiles amricaines. Celui-ci sonne le crpuscule du syndicalisme, qui s'apprte subir les assauts de la mondialisation partir des annes 80. 30 ans aprs ce film, la filire du textile amricain tout comme en Europe n'existe plus face au march asiatique. Toujours est-il que le film est fort et donne Sally Field son plus grand rle, rcompens par des prix d'interprtations Cannes, aux Oscars et aux Golden Golbes. Sa performance magistrale dans ce film, montre que l'actrice a t trop souvent sous exploite dans sa carrire.