Hollywood Shuffle

Hollywood Shuffle

Aspiring actor and hot-dog stand employee Bobby Taylor catches the ire of his grandmother for auditioning for a role in the regrettably titled exploitation film "Jivetime Jimmy's Revenge." When Tinseltown Studios casts Taylor in the title role, he has a series of conflicted dreams satirizing African-American stereotypes in Hollywood, and must reconcile his career goals with his desire to remain a positive role model for his little brother.

Hollywood Shuffle follows the attempts of Bobby Taylor, his dreams of making it big as a highly respected performer and the mental and external roadblocks he encounters, represented through a series of interspersed vignettes and fantasies. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Hollywood Shuffle torrent reviews

Linda B (nl) wrote: Very disappointed with this film, was under the impression that this was a comedy. There were comedic episodes but, they were few and far between. The whole film had a very dark feel, that was totally unexpected. Has more in common with the Woody Allen movie, "Blue Jasmine" than "Notting Hill"

Flixster K (es) wrote: Great scary movie. Not sure why, but I really enjoyed it. It didn't seem over produced or tried too hard.

Steven G (au) wrote: The ultimate form of reality show. A movie about the audition of a musical show about audition of a musical show. See this first and then see "A Chorus Line", you'll appreciate the movie better.

Teddy V (nl) wrote: Wow, this could have been better, but instead of developing a solid story the filmmakers seem to have wanted only to make a pseudo-artistic flop with poor dialogue and no direction. It's too bad, because it could have been great.

John I (it) wrote: My son decided he wanted to play Cricket for recreation, so I put this movie on my Netflix list. It turned out to be so much more than a movie about Cricket - and I recommend it to anyone looking for a movie with a message!

Josh M (au) wrote: Action packed to the fullest; almost too action packed for some. Bad Boys II is an overkill sequel that works beautifully! The first car chase scene is one of the most spectacular action sequences I have probably ever seen. Martin Lawrence and Will Smith take banter to a new level and I would love to see them together again.

Chelsea L (es) wrote: I enjoyed watching this, Vincent D'Onofrio does an excellent job, though the movie drags towards the end.

Magill F (us) wrote: Aaaahahahaha, oh man. The teachers are robots. I honestly can't think of anything else to say, except maybe: this movie is both terrible and ridiculous, but I can't deny that it's good for a laugh.

Bernard E (mx) wrote: Endearing movie that brings out truths about love and marriage. Although it's a comedy, it's not that funny. Released in 1978 and has a real 70s look.

Leonard D (ca) wrote: A timeless film, but I have to give it a look again to see if the critics are right about this or not.

Eliabeth C (us) wrote: it had it moments but horrible acting..

Matthew B (it) wrote: Jim Stark: "You're tearing me apart!"Jim's Mother: "What?"Jim Stark: "You say one thing, he says another, and everybody changes back again".The story is about a teenager who leaves his old home town to start a new continues to rebel against the rules and conformities while falling in love with someone unlike him.Since I'm a movie reviewer and in my past reviews I reviewed old classic movies just to add it to the watch collection. But I just notice that I never see Rebel Without a Cause or any of James Dean's movies and this is my first movie I've seen him in and a great one to start on.Now James Dean at the time was a rising star with the couple of movies that he was in, everybody sawed a bright future in him and even I sawed that while watching this movie, but sadly James Dean died in a vehicle accident back in 1955 meaning that this and the movie Giant was his last role. Before seeing the movie I've heard nothing but amazing things about James Dean of how he could have been the next Marlon Brando and now his known as a icon to actors out there and how every actor said out loud that they wanted to be like him. Now after seeing the movie the only thing I can say is oh my god this was a true tragically that this guy is dead I mean gone too soon because his acting in this movie is some of the best I've seen since Marlon Brando. What makes it more tragic is that he could have been in more movie roles that was even more amazing or just off the walls brilliant, now thinking about that makes me kind of sad. I can't wait to watch his other movies but for now rest in peace James you were one of a guy.The directing from Nicholas Ray was truly brilliant and this is the first film I've seen from this Nicholas and just like what I said about James Dean, I can't wait to check out Nicholas Ray other movies because he directed the hell out of this movie and effort was shown pretty well.The chemistry between Dean's character and everyone else (Besides the bullies) I bough into just be the first word of "Hi" because the writing may come off cheesy and a bit dated but let's not forget this is set and filmed in the 50's so yeah you can't really fault the movie for that, it's like criticizing a 1920's for being too black and white. But anywhere I thought the writing was pretty cute at times and I won't I repeated some of the lines in my head.For problems with the movie I don't really have any to be honest. The acting, the directing and the character's was so good that I watch the movie trying to find problems but couldn't find any may be it's because it's James Dean, I don't know about that guy but these something about him that I have a bit of man crush on him, nothing sexual here it's just a thing called bromance.Overall Rebel Without a Cause is a true 50's classic movie with excellent performances and great directing by Nicholas Ray.

Michael H (us) wrote: Hammer Film's first international success embarked the studio on its now legendary oeuvre of science-fiction and horror productions. This film, also known as "The Creeping Unknown," set a compelling standard for combining thoughtful suspense with psuedo-science and horror that is referenced and emulated in subsequent film and television.