Man with the Screaming Brain

Man with the Screaming Brain

In 2005 Bruce Campbell directed his first ever feature film. The film stars Bruce Campbell as a wealthy CEO who travels to Bulgaria after the fall of communism. His plan was to do business for his U.S. drug company yet he is shortly caught up in some dirty situations and ends up with a brain transplant after his brain is severely damaged. Slapstick B-Movie science fiction on a low budget.

The brains of a Russian taxi driver and a wealthy businessman are brought together in one body by a mad scientist. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Barry T (au) wrote: An utterly charming rom com disscussing whats better "words or pictures". Binoche and Owen are wonderful together and this was really a joy to watch as they vie against each too prove a point

Kenneth J (mx) wrote: i liked it. dave matthews being the exact opposite of dave matthews. maybe i'm used to movies and such with aa meetings and characters with two by fours on their shoulders. and since when is she rebecca romijin.....uncle jesse???

Corey S (mx) wrote: This coming-of-age story of sexual awakening and race had its moments where I had to look away and moments where I couldn't take my eyes off of it.

ErikAndreas G (ag) wrote: The ending lifted the movie up a lot for me.

nathaniel c (nl) wrote: It only showcases one side of the story and seems like a movie that was filmed in the 90's rather than in 2005. It also is pretty boring and doesn't really showcase anything that we didn't know. Which makes it less shocking because we all know this so i guess ill say thanks for reminding us, but other than those points it at least attempts to be a good movie and it packs some good information if you don't know much about the topic.Well no wonder I watched it for free on you tube.

Private U (es) wrote: Ultraman for adults. A simple and perhaps somewhat cliche story, but works in being a well directed, polished film with a top cast of actors (which, to be fair, has been lacking in most of these films lately.) Of course, this serves better as an introduction to the even greater ULTRAMAN NEXUS television series.

IVRt (ru) wrote: Not as good as the 1st installment in the series. but the storyline was pretty solid. It's just that the ppl they picked to potray the aliens were just a bit blank & very emotionless. & they left this film open for a 3rd installment.. I surely hope this is the last film.

Jason M (au) wrote: Pretty funny. Its from 1993, but more of an 80's feel. Cant believe i didnt see it until 2008...hmm...Funny 1-liners. "Think of all the great sex games we can play. Do you have mayonnaise and a rake?"

Stewart G (ag) wrote: The best of all the Rathbone/Bruce Holmes films even if telly execs insist on showing Hounds every fortnight, but when the fuck did they ever know anything? Guy Ritchie can kiss my balls.

Tanith M (es) wrote: Stephen Dorff in a box for about an hour and a half. You don't see any other people till the last 10 mins but I can tell you no more without ruining the plot but I was disappointed in the end as it felt highly improbable the lengths and the numbers involved that would be required to pull this off. Ok but skip if you are looking for a happy ending.

Kathy A (mx) wrote: other Madea movies have been better