Just Add Water
An offbeat romantic comedy about a decent guy, Ray Tuckby, with a dead-end life in the dead-end town of Trona, CA. After encouragement from a stranger whom he happens upon, Ray begins to dream again. He sheds the parasites in his life, musters the nerve to pursue his childhood love, and finally takes back his community by toppling the local teenage Meth-baron.
Close to the entrance to Death Valley is the God-forsaken town of Trona. It's nearly empty: dry, with polluted water and poisoned soil. Dilapidated houses hold slackers and stoners. The town is virtually owned by Dirk, a heartless young meth dealer. In the midst of this lives Ray Tuckby, a naïf, unhappily married with a slothful son. The highlight of Ray's day is chatting with Nora, a clerk at the market. When Ray comes home early from work and finds his wife in bed with his brother, a few things start to change. Then he meets Merl, who's putting in a Chevron station, and Merl encourages Ray to dream. Can he? A recipe for meringue may hold one of the keys. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Just Add Water torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Sort of like a wuxia Avengers. A superhero team goes up against a supervillain who controls a company of dead warriors. With the person in a wheelchair (complete with X wheels) that can read minds maybe it's more like X-Men. In any case, it's a fun martial arts take on the super power team theme. Gordon Chan's best film since Fist of Legend.
(fr) wrote: i loved it when i first saw it but i watched it again a couple weeks ago an was like "wtf is this. . ."
(it) wrote: One star for Schwarzenegger keeping a straight face and half a star for Humphrey Bogart's cameo. Jokes aside, the movie has it's moments. But unfortunately I got too distracted by Austin O'Brien's bad acting to remember them all - Forgettable.
(ru) wrote: Sweet story, but sheen looks a little too old for his role or perhaps it's his cocky nature that makes him unsuitable.
(nl) wrote: A truly silly and fun post-apocalyptic western with Roddy Piper. I remember a saloon full of people wearing frog masks. It had a lot of hype with my high school class and SuperChannel free movie weekends of the past, and is a good example of cheapass sci-fi of the late 80's, if you're into that sorta flashback trip.
(gb) wrote: Had promise, for about five minutes, then quickly degenerated into typical Z-grade horror schlock. Seems derivative of every sci fi/slasher-horror movie, but most particularly The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, From Dusk to Dawn and Dagon.Avoid.
(de) wrote: Entertaining parade of classic character actors like Telly Savalas,Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing battling an alien creature reminiscent of Who goes there?/The Thing's main antagonist, but on board a transsiberian, a setting which I love, even though the plot isnt much of a novelty.
(it) wrote: Great classic French crime film
(ca) wrote: Even for the most forgiving fans of the hardcore Italian horror genre, this movie is simply too non-sensical and dull to offer much entertainment value.
(de) wrote: A disappointingly poor adaptation of the original film "Let The Right One In".
(fr) wrote: I watched this movie and boy did it suck. It was painfully boring and misguided. I might as well have literally refreshed my Facebook every minute of this movie's running time because that is what it felt like. Some interesting stuff spewed in between droughts of boring mumbling nothingness. Not worth my time. I am still not done with Swanberg, however. I rented Hannah Takes the Stairs and want to see Kissing on the Mouth. Mumblecore has been hit-or-miss with me so far, but I still have some decent hopes for at least a few more decent movies.