1950. Rural Alabama. Cotton harvest. It's a make-or-break weekend for the Honeydripper Lounge and its owner, piano player Tyrone "Pine Top" Purvis. Deep in debt to the liquor man, the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In 1950s Alabama, the owner of the Honeydripper juke joint finds his business dropping off and against his better judgment, hires a young electric guitarist in a last ditch effort to draw crowds during harvest time.
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Peter S (jp) wrote: an interesting B movie... what it lacks in strong dialogue, it makes up for in unpredictably
Maurcio V (br) wrote: O Paul Rudd est bem demais pra ser ignorado. Com boas doses de um humor peculiar, que no chega a ser uma novidade, "Maluco Beleza" vale ser visto.
Jassie S (es) wrote: Just an awesome movie...I just got to watch recently.....I reallie loved Riteish...He makes his role so natural...I reallie loved da first scene where he says they r in India's most safe area and the place gets bombed and when he's thrown out he says he is quitting but after 2 slaps he asks for another chance...That was real funnie!!!!I'll definitely wanna watch this movie again!!!
Melissa R (us) wrote: Excellent movie. Must see!! Funny and heartfelt with a beautiful message.
Brinn O (ca) wrote: It it has a lot of charm and quality to it. Fun stuff!
Ollie S (de) wrote: Sappy lame arsed poorly constructed crap a machine how ever well programmed does not have a soul and thus cannot become human as we are it was really poorly choice by Williams to do this film.
Leonardo Malacay S (kr) wrote: A ratos parece que el mundo conspira contra ti pero puede que solo veas una pequea parte del todo que es la vida
Conan Michael L (br) wrote: Monty Python vs. Mel Brooks vs. Cheech & Chong. Yellowbeard would kick Jack Sparrow's ass!
Alex M (br) wrote: Airplane! Is one of the best comedy movies i've ever seen. Every second of this movie will have you laughing your ass off. I highly recommend this to anyone who wishes to see what comedy is.
Carlos G (es) wrote: Maldicin con las esposas descaradas!
Bill W (br) wrote: Shirley Temple had a rare screen presence. This was true whenever she was being filmed, whatever her age. In this one she was twelve but she seemed more like eight. This is enjoyable but, see that smile on Shirley's face? The whole movie is that way.
James C (ru) wrote: I'm not entirely sure why this and the one before it even exist, except to prove that Clint Eastwood should probably have avoided comedy.
Graham M (ag) wrote: Fast-paced enough to never be boring.