High-schooler Grover Beindorf and his younger sister Stacy decide that their parents, Janet and Ned, are acting childishly when they decide to divorce after 18 years of marriage, so they lock them up in the basement until they'll sort out their problems. Their school friends also decide to do the same with their parents to solve their respective problems
- Stars:Kyle Howard, Herbert Russell, Jamie Lee Curtis, Kevin Pollak, Amy Sakasitz, Mooky Arizona, Caroline Aaron, Alex Seitz, Josh Wolford, Wallace Shawn, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Patrika Darbo, Ray Walston, Christopher McDonald, Colleen Camp,
- Director:Harry Winer,
- Writer:Michael Hitchcock
A group of children, desperate to keep their various parents from getting divorces, kidnap them and hold them prisoner in a basement in order to force them to reconcile. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
House Arrest torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Annorlunda, men tnkvrd nd.Vem kan man lita p i kriser? Hur lngt r mnniskan villig att g fr att sko sig sjlv!?
(de) wrote: That wasn't to painful, worth a one time watch
(ru) wrote: Watched Amitabh Bachchan movie after a very long time. Right when I was wondering: is there any movie about a couple where the man's much older than the woman? But in Asia, of course.
(ca) wrote: no thanks not my thing
(ca) wrote: i almost died right there
(de) wrote: ha! i remember watching this with some friends in the seventh grade, and we never finished it. but, i do remember a part where the girl looks like she's about to do something bad, and she just starts playing 'chopsticks' on the piano. i need to re-watch it.
(ca) wrote: Not all that bad, really. I've seen it a couple of times. The real villain is alcohol, let us all pledge to never drink! Good. Glad we all agree. Alcohol is the devil! Sex is bad too, but not in this film! =P
(br) wrote: Why do I even bother? Full review soon.
(jp) wrote: Producers likely envisioned a blockbuster with this star pairing but this one never seems to come up in conversations about Eastwood or Reynolds movies. Not sure where the blame should fall but there seems to be plenty to go around.
(it) wrote: 1972, actually. After the Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot film footage from the late 60's Bigfoot became a popular obsession during the 70's along with other mysterious and occult phenomena. This movie, to heighten the drama and hide the fact that it is a guy in a gorilla suit and a cheap one at that, takes the approach of a documentary film. It works in a way but mainly it is silly. I still remember one of my buddies in high school describing this movie as "this kid runs for like 10 miles, stops, then runs back the other 10 miles and it takes like 15 minutes for him to do this." At the time this was an effective way to market this cheap movie, pre-internet, much like Blair Witch did recently. It is still a terrible movie but a amusing case study of the early 70's.
(kr) wrote: another winner from Rita but no "Gilda"
(us) wrote: Beautiful cinematography and prob one of the most original films i've seen in abit, and this certain premise- maybe never.
(br) wrote: One of the greatest revenge movies ever made and its part of the revenge trilogy from Chanwook Park, very well made and told, highly recommended, not for the squeamish.
(br) wrote: One of the best movies I've seen this year!