Hands on a Hard Body: The Documentary
Hands on a Hard Body: The Documentary is a 1997 film documenting an endurance competition that took place in Longview, Texas. The yearly competition pits twenty-four contestants against each other to see who can keep their hand on a pickup truck for the longest amount of time. Whoever endures the longest without leaning on the truck or squatting wins the truck.
- Stars:Sid Allen, Brent Baskin, Greg Cox, J.C. Crum, Janis Curtis, J.D. Drew, Tom Felker, David Grotheim, Blake Long, Kelli Mangrum, Mike Marris, Raul Martinez, Jan Maynard, Ronald McCowan, Kerri Parker,
- Director:S.R. Bindler,
Twenty-four contestants compete in an endurance/sleep deprivation contest in order to win a brand new Nissan Hardbody truck. The last person to remain standing with his or her hand on the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hands on a Hard Body: The Documentary torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: excellent movie about twin boys separated at birth and how their lives continue to intertwined with each other. great story, actors and very entertaining.
(ag) wrote: So interesting! A tense documentary that's as much about obsession and passion as it is about wine tasting. I've never thought of myself as someone who'd be invested in the answer to "is it from sonoma or northern rhone" but darn it they got me!
(gb) wrote: ?a m'a rappel le roman C'est pas moi, je le jure!
(nl) wrote: this is a movie about jump rope. just so you are clear.
(br) wrote: Really enjoyed this film. Sensational portrayal of the plight of transvestites from undeveloped countries who emigrate to developed countries to earn a better living.
(us) wrote: older movies have the best thrill to them
(kr) wrote: 85% on my Tomatometer.
(ru) wrote: This ones a clunker, don't bother. She doesn't even show her titties. And the script is abysmal. Violence is lame as fuck.
(gb) wrote: They just don't make movies like this anymore - horror, suspense and black humour without a drop of blood in sight nor any real violence - it is all in the acting. Page and Gordon are absolutely brilliant. This is a tiny bit dated and was certainly done a few times during the late 60's early 70's but is still very dark and entertaining. I thoroughly enjoyed it. A must for all who enjoy the suspense films of the 60's and 70's.
(nl) wrote: Awww. Back in the days of Elvis.
(ag) wrote: muzica era nasparestu si mai naspa
(nl) wrote: a favourite of mine when i was younger
(mx) wrote: James Cagney + Dick Powell + Busby Berkeley = Hellyeah!
(ag) wrote: I remember seeing this... Uh, maybe opening day or opening weekend in Calgary, maybe with my brother. Anyways, it was getting positively trashed in reviews, but it seemed weird enough to go. I can recall not being particularily enamoured with it, maybe even bored. Anyways, now was a good time as ever for a rewatch. While the whole thing IS sort of stupid, it definitely does have that eighties vibe, Howard sort of is amusing, and Lea Thompson is somewhat goofy to look at with her crimped-to-death hair. The greatest thimg about this rewatch though, is Tim Robbins in his hungry actor phase. Keep building up that resume kid!
(au) wrote: This is definitely the funniest superhero flick ever released. There is a lot to love here: Ryan Reynolds makes a much better deadpool than green lantern, TJ Miller is great as the snarky hipster bartender, everyone else seems well cast, and the fourth wall breaking dialog is awesome and hilarious.