Krush Groove

Krush Groove

Russell Walker is a young, successful manager of rap performers, handling acts for the Krush Groove label, including Run-DMC and The Fat Boys. When Run-D.M.C. has a hit record and Russell needs more money to press more copies, he borrows it from a street hustler and soon regrets his decision.

Russell Walker has started a new hip-hop and rap label called Krush Groove, which features a stellar list of acts that includes Kurtis Blow and Run-D.M.C. When Run-D.M.C. has a hit record and Russell doesn't have the money to press records, he borrows money from a street hustler... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Krush Groove torrent reviews

Angelo C (ru) wrote: Benefits from some out of nowhere great one liners and imaginary sequences. Hampered by a shoestring budget which impairs everything from the set to direction to casting.

Darwin K (gb) wrote: they should call this " breaking wind ".

Christian G (ru) wrote: La tan mala que pudiera ser buena si no fuera tan mala, se cae por completo el poco argumento que tenia y la poca coherencia de los personajes se vuelve un chiste de si mismo dentro de ella, pero el final rescata la mitad de la estrella que la pone por encima de la segunda.

Josh F (it) wrote: This was a good movie, but I just can't really get excited about a musical. Eddie Murphy was awesome, so was Foxx. Really everybody was good.

Stuart K (de) wrote: Directed by Peter Medak, best known for The Odd Job (1978), The Changeling (1980) and The Krays (1990). He was offered a script by Road House writer Hilary Henkin. He took it on. It's not perfect by any means, as it tries to be a modern day film noir, but it's thunder was stolen by The Last Seduction (1993), and alot of it is a bit silly. It has dirty cop Jack Grimaldi (Gary Oldman), who has a loving wife Natalie (Annabella Sciorra), and an doting mistress Sheri (Juliette Lewis). But, Jack finds himself in deep water when the police are being outwitted by a Russian assassin called Mona Demarkov (Lena Olin). Italian-American Mafia kingpin Don Falcone (Roy Scheider) orders Jack to kill her, or face the consequences because of his dirty dealing. He soon gets alot more than he bargained for and more, and learns things the hard way. It's trying to be a cleaned up version of Abel Ferrara's Bad Lieutenant (1992), but with a noirish twist. But, alot of it is over the top. It is a bit hard to follow, and it could have done with a tad more action, but it's well shot by Dariuz Wolski. It leaves a lot of room for improvement though.

Bradley P (mx) wrote: After seeing so many crime stories with protagonist's that were active, seeing Reeve's as a rather stupid hero role is maddening and contrary to the title. The film is rather lackluster in scope and resolution but has a solid performance from Freeman and some interesting ideas that could have been slightly more well rounded. A decent 80's crime film.

Filippo V (gb) wrote: Una commedia piuttosto prevedibile che porta sicuramente qualche risata. Il messaggio alla base del film molto bello e moderno, anche se poteva essere sfruttato meglio. Comunque senza troppe pretese resta un film apprezzabile.

Derick V (it) wrote: Bring back Jason Statham. Period. This one sucked...badly. Fix it like they fixed the Borne movies...they made a mistake and they brought Matt back. We'll forgive you for this mistake as well. Again...bring back Jason. Thanks.