Meet Danny Wilson

Meet Danny Wilson

Danny Wilson and partner Mike make a meager living singing in dives and hustling pool. One night they meet entertainer Joy Carroll, who gets them a job at racketeer Nick Driscoll's posh ...

Danny Wilson and partner Mike make a meager living singing in dives and hustling pool. One night they meet entertainer Joy Carroll, who gets them a job at racketeer Nick Driscoll's posh ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Meet Danny Wilson torrent reviews

Zach D (ru) wrote: An interesting homage to classic horror that has some below average acting. The pacing isn't all that good either, but the ending is amazing. If one were disappointed with the short fight in Frankenstein meets the Wolf Man, one will not be with the battle, or should I say war, between the two in this film. Overall not bad, but it could have been better overall. If you like classic horror or cheesy homage films, take a look, but if not, stay away.

Andrew F (nl) wrote: A feel good family movie... wished they made them like that today!

Kyle A (mx) wrote: I'm not quite sure what my feelings are about this movie. It has a lot of ideas going on, but I'm not sure if they're done well enough. There is one overall saving grace to the film and that is Jeff Goldblum NOT PLAYING Jeff Goldblum. He's got a german accent in "Adam Resurrected" and is while he's quirky, it's not in the vein of himself.

Andrew C (ag) wrote: (The short film, not the upcoming feature) When judged by the standards of a short film, it's undeniable that this is an amazing piece of work. I'm keen to see how it will translate to a full length movie.

Bryan G (jp) wrote: [font=Courier New]I have always been an admirer of Margaret Cho. And it isn?t just the fact that she is an Asian-American like myself. She is a talented, and very funny woman. She is lewd and rude, but that is what gives Cho her charm. I know she isn?t a comedian for everyone, but for me she works. [i] Assassin[/i] might not be her best effort, but it still manages to pull of some serious laughs. Cho has an uncanny way of breaking through different topics such as homosexuality, politics, racism and religion. And she never really comes off as just some mindless person saying vulgar things to get some fame. She is smart first and foremost. But not so smart, that her humor is on a level that only a select few will understand. But surely there will be some who will tell you that her humor is just rambling. That she isn?t funny, and is someone just using these topics to further her career. I guess that will be her curse, like most comedians taking a chance and talking about touchy topics. Don?t get me wrong, I enjoy all sorts of comedy. Not all of the stand-up shows I have to watch have to motivate me. Just entertain me. But Cho has the ability to entertain, and motivate me. In these strange times we live in, it is great to see someone who is willing, and risky enough, to take on both sides. Though she is more liberal than anything else, and that might be a problem for diehard Right-wingers, [i]Margaret Cho?s Assassin[/i] is a welcomed entry in her amazing career. Oh yeah, her quick joke about Ann Coulter was my personal favorite moment of the entire show. Not the funniest, but man do I hate that woman. [/font]

Momo S (br) wrote: My all time favorite Thai movie.

Miral K (au) wrote: soo coool and nice movie...

Misso Y (br) wrote: Very good movie of Korean origin

Bob B (it) wrote: Somewhat dark, but moving true story of an IRA freedom fighter placed in juvenile detenion in WWII England. There Brendan Behan learned that "love is stronger than hate, and I had it both ways like Oscar Wilde." it is a very well done and moving film that is well worth seeing in spite of the often painful storyline.

Mike K (au) wrote: Another Sean Penn dud. D

Ian C (mx) wrote: Top performances from the recently deceased Attenborough and Hurt. Excellent serial killer flick.

Ken T (gb) wrote: Just as twisted as the family it was made about"

Ben S (es) wrote: Sturges builds delightfully rich webs of irony out of what at first might seem a daft scenario. The pacing and performances are so tight here (not a second wasted at 66 minutes!), chances are you'll miss some of the marvelously idiosyncratic exchanges first time through. A comedy about the American dream that adequately acknowledges and fusses with the tried-and-true? Well dog my cats!