Lost Vegas Hiway

Lost Vegas Hiway

Musician, Jeff Mix, finds himself back in Las Vegas,the place he got hitched. While nursing his own heartache, meets other down and out, lost souls, all with their own wounds to lick. It's just another night at the Gateway Motel.

Musician| Jeff Mix| finds himself back in Las Vegas|the place he got hitched. While nursing his own heartache| meets other down and out| lost souls| all with their
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Lost Vegas Hiway torrent reviews

Pauli X (de) wrote: Tough but heartwarming story of young love

HansIvar H (fr) wrote: Full score fra meg, mye pga karakteren Rock Fjellstad. En herlig nord-norsk parodi p Blair Witch Project. En film man aldri blir lei!

Theresa C (jp) wrote: Thank you for a delivering a true story with brilliance and reminding us that we have doctors out there who devote their lives to save ours.

Brittany L (es) wrote: Worst movie I've ever seen!!! There were so many unnecessary scenes, like the cabin exploring, and so many things didn't make any sense...how was the chick not in incredible pain after falling on that trap? It's official.....Grizzly Rage is worse than Days of Darkness!

James K (br) wrote: These short films by Lynch are nightmarish and leave me with questions that will never be answered. The Rabbits seem oddly transfixed when the door opens and when the phone rings - Who is at the door? Who is calling? We never find out and that's the point. Lynch offers no sort of an explanation, and the 3 Rabbits are of no use to the audience because they only speak in non sequiturs. However, all of this put together creates an eerie, dream-like feeling that sticks with you after it's over.

Brandon W (nl) wrote: God, I don't give a rat's ass about any material these so-called comedians have to offer and hearing people say git-r-done just makes me hate this even more.

Anthony R (jp) wrote: Oh god I remember watching this as a kid. lol

Morgan S (nl) wrote: I saw this movie so long ago.

Heather H (jp) wrote: This movie is as sick and twisted as they come and while I love sick and twisted, the main reason for loving this movie was the fact that thought the guy that played Andy was hot =P Yeah, I sound like a 12-year-old girl.

Nadia C (ru) wrote: I've always thought that Jules was a girl and Jim a boy. And that it was about their love story. But I was surprised to find out they were the names of two best friends. In the beginning it seems a nice movie. The boys have fun together. Fall in love for the same girl, but they still continue to have fun. Then one of the boys ask the girl to marry him right before the beginning of the war. She accepts and then he goes to war. And here the story starts to become weird and kinda boring. We learn that the girl is pretty "slutty". She goes with anyone she likes and it seems her husband doesn't mind so much as long as she stays with him. He even gives the permission to his best friend to come and live with them, or more likely live and sleep with his wife. So at this point I start to hate all the characters in this movie. Most of all Catherine, she just seems to me hard-hearted. She doesn't care about her husband's feelings or her lovers' feelings, she just lives for herself. I think we're suppose to feel pity for her, because she's an unsettled soul trying to find love or her place in the world. But I just can't relate to her... She's so annoying to me.

Jess L (ca) wrote: I love this film, such a feel good romantic comedy with some wonderful performances. Monroe is absolutely brilliant as the ditzy blonde and Bacall and Grable are equally as divine.

Meredith W (ca) wrote: Interesting given that it is a true story. Tom Hanks is good, which surprised me. Phillip Seymour Hoffman is good too. Pity about Julia Roberts and her terribly fake Texas accent and odd looking platinum blonde hair.

Eliabeth K (us) wrote: So disappointed because I adored the first movie.

Benjamin W (nl) wrote: Eastwood must have loved playing this character, because in this film, he ends up directing as well. And while there is some good aspects that hearkened back to the original "Dirty Harry" (like the famous "make my day" line), there were just enough cliches to make the film seem too cookie cutter to be much good.

Robert M (es) wrote: A well done neo noir that is packed with twists and turns at every corner