I'll Do Anything

I'll Do Anything

Matt Hobbs is a talented but unsuccessful actor. When estranged (and strange) ex-wife Beth dumps their daughter Jeannie on Matt, father and daughter have a lot of adjusting to do. His budding relationship with attractive production assistant Cathy Breslow is made complicated, while the precocious child is overly accustomed to getting her own way. Matt eventually faces the choice of family vs career in a particularly difficult way.

Matt Hobbs is a talented but unsuccessful actor. When estranged (and strange) ex-wife Beth dumps their daughter Jeannie on Matt, father and daughter have a lot of adjusting to do. His ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


I'll Do Anything torrent reviews

William H (fr) wrote: Excellent holiday (or anytime) film for the whole adult family! The story humorously touches upon universally recognized themes of family love and dysfunction that all can appreciate! It is a must see!

Riley P (fr) wrote: This is a very good but also very upsetting movie.

Russell P (gb) wrote: Just saw "Live at the Foxes Den" this evening. What a refreshing film. Great actors - music and very entertaining. If you want to see a film that hasn't been made in years that you can just sit back and enjoy - this one is for you. I wish more film makers would do more films like this. I would will tell everyone I know to go and see it - YOU WILL ENJOY EVERY MINUTE.

Christopher E (mx) wrote: This film is better fit as a TV series or a video game rather then a feature film. In the world of violent, high-speed racing, brothers Rex and Speed Racer become rivals as powerful racer Mondragan manipulates their careers in order to kill them both during the world championships, but the brothers learn its all just an act of vengeance against Pops Racer, who caused the death of Mondragan's father in a race long ago.Oh boy, where to start. The look of this film is very different, stylistic in a way. It's definitely not great, as it better belongs in a video game. In all honesty, it probably wouldn't even look very good then. I see how all the colors and imagery will appeal to little kids, but it surely makes for a lackluster film.The story was entertaining enough and it's not like I was hating myself. It definitely wasn't a well written story but there is a mindless entertainment aspect in it. The writing wasn't very good, as the story was a bit confusing at times and it didn't make sense half the time. The story was pretty ridiculous and extremely predictable, but there is some fun to be had if you shut your mind off; whatever that piece of advice is good for.Emile Hirsch is actually a pretty decent actor. He's not bad and he has some decent moments. But the rest of the acting is very cheesy and groan worthy. I was just sitting there watching ridiculous sequences and it felt like something I'd watch when I'm high. In all honesty, the movie would probably be even more fun if you were high.In the end, "Speed Racer" is a less than average film. It has some mild entertainment to it but nothing more.

Andrew O (it) wrote: A ballet of bullets and guns.

Ian C (nl) wrote: Re-watch. This is classed as a nasty violent flick but in truth it has just a couple of brutal scenes. John Jarratt is the balls as Mick Taylor and one of the most memorable killers in recent memory. A really good flick.

Rahul B (br) wrote: A typical melodrama, but a fine one at that.

Conner R (us) wrote: Bad Moon is basically just a regurgitation of Cujo with some concepts turned around. I don't know why dogs are such popular movie material and this even has the nerve to make the dog an active hero in the story. The practical werewolf effects in this movie are genius and totally worth seeing the movie alone, but the goofy CGI added in is laughable. Also, the idea that a dog can defeat a bloodthirsty werewolf is just ridiculous and ruins any credibility. the only part of the story I really liked was Uncle Ted and his tortured soul as a werewolf trying to find a cure. The mom and son(aka Dennis the Menace) are just sort've annoying and seeimed to just waste screentime. Given a better story, this movie could've been a masterpiece considering they had a great character and effects. The opening scene in Nepal is utter genius though; you've got to respect a sex scene followed by gory dis-embodiments.

Andrew M (us) wrote: Unmerited laughs served alongside mawkish moments, but DeVito's character grows a few inches (dual meanings). Like a midget evolving to a dwarf. Cute sometimes, but mostly difficult and contrived.

Ally C (kr) wrote: John waters' 'camp classic' was bought for me by my friend mark who said it was very 'me'. I can't disappoint him as I enjoyed it very much but not in the way one enjoys The Godfather or an episode on Newsnight Review. More like a badly put together Jerry Springer or Viz, a sort of naughty enjoyment that isn't to everyone's taste but is nice to dip your toe into once in a while. And those parallels are deliberate because for all Female Trouble's vulgarities (and there are many I assure you) it's really saying beware the monster you create. If you start celebrating the outcasts, the extremes of society in the name of art and entertainment, can you control it? It is certainly more than just the film where the fat bloke dressed as a woman eats some dog shit though and a great alternative to those other mid-70's New Hollywood films that, compared to this, barely scratched the surface of American society. Divine.

Bradley W (nl) wrote: The Kingdom was an exciting thrill ride, with great a great performance from Jamie Foxx.

Venetia D (de) wrote: It was sweet, heartwarming and charming!