Kelly strips – her best friend Jordan captures the event on her mobile phone. Kelly’s name is well known among the visitors of (in)appropriate online portals. The two teenagers digitally record anything and everything that crosses their paths and upload the results to the internet. But, today is not their day: Kelly’s ex-boyfriend has taken her car containing a package she was not to lose under any circumstances. While searching for it, the two set off on a peculiar journey through a night peppered with drugs, sex, corrupt police officers and other catastrophes – and always with their trusty mobiles in hand. Made entirely using mobile phone cameras, KING KELLY is a satirical journey through the boundless narcissism of the YouTube generation.
Writer:Andrew Neel (story), Mike Roberts (screenplay)
King Kelly is the online username of Kelly, a young girl from Long Island, NY who dreams of becoming famous through her webcam strip tease show. Obsessed with the prospect of celebrity, Kelly stops at nothing to get what she wants. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Common S (gb) wrote: Great to see Andrew Breitbart again being Andrew Breitbart. The man that came at the right time to show the hypocrisy of the mainstream media. Critics can't get past the ideology but it is expected. See the movie yourself and make up your own mind.
Lokka C (fr) wrote: Shinji Takeda + Hinano~So 90z!! This movie is so japanese french fusion..heheh
Seth B (ca) wrote: Definately not Denzel or Russell Crowe's best work. But still somewhat entertaining.
Malcolm A (es) wrote: Good movie. Powerful Douglas family cast.
Sebastin M (gb) wrote: Denzel Washington estuvo espectacular. Excelente! :-)
Elisa B (it) wrote: We laughed so hard! It's hard to watch these old movies knowing how far it's all come! Loved it and we figured it was the perfect start to a Witch Mountain weekend, where we followed it with Race to Witch Mountain... unfortunately, my BlockBuster only carries these two.
Paul D (ru) wrote: Brilliantly obscure with how it delivers its storyline, it appears twisted without actually being that type of film. The psychology of its characters is what weighs heaviest in this piece of cinema.
Lee C (ca) wrote: The plot and dialogue need work, but if this was remade it would not work, it works thanks to the brilliant cast and the excellent performances of Miller and Jolie, such chemistry is all too rare in the larger Hollywood efforts. That being said, having just re-watched it, I feel it gets better with age. It is one of those movies where the fact that it seems old really plays as a strength, it depicts a time where the internet was in it's infancy and smart phones were a distant dream, and as this movie ages it reflects the fact it's from an almost pre-digital age, truly is remarkable. Give it another try and see what I mean.
Eric B (ag) wrote: ive never been so inspired by a movie all my life...
Octavian (de) wrote: What a totally senseless plot.