Meet Monica Velour
For Tobe, a nerdy, horny, frizzy-haired cineaste who doesn't quite fit in with the average contemporary teen, the pinnacle of womanhood is Monica Velour (Kim Cattrall), a soft-core actress who reached the zenith of her career in the 1980s. When Tobe learns that his love idol is headlining hundreds of miles away at the Gentlemen's Petting Zoo in Indiana, he drives off with carefree glory—in his grandfather's (Brian Dennehy) used Weinermobile, no less—filled with the hope of meeting her.
- Stars:Kim Cattrall, Dustin Ingram, Brian Dennehy, Jee Young Han, Daniel Yelsky, Keith David, Sam McMurray, Elizabeth Shapiro, Jamie Tisdale, Gracie Rose, Tony Cox, Henry Yuk, Kyle Hillman, Kojo Asiedu, Lauren Mae Shafer,
- Director:Keith Bearden,
- Writer:Keith Bearden
When an awkward teen meets his favorite porn star, whose career peaked in the '80s, an unexpected friendship follows as the young man gets a glimpse inside Monica Velour's current life as a single mom struggling to make ends meet. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Meet Monica Velour torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Meh, not for me! That ending though!
(fr) wrote: the last scene ruined it for me but i loved reece thompson's acting
(mx) wrote: From the books, to the movie, it was all great!
(ca) wrote: One of decent US adaptations based on an Manga/Anime property and it's not as bad people make it out to be.
(ca) wrote: Weak animation and for some reason the story is told from the point of view of mice.
(ca) wrote: I am so surprised at the low ratings! I loved the book, and loved the movie. Full of quirky characters that you can love or hate. The movie just evocates a part of Savannah, that I am desperate to enjoy! The acting is charming, the story is arresting, and I'm not sure what the haters are up to. Totally worth a rental on a Saturday night, and hope you will invest in the book as well!
(kr) wrote: In addition to being beautifully photographed and establishing a strong sense of "place", Craven's film is thoughtful, well-paced, and never manipulative. The latter is critical, because it keeps certain scenes from descending into unintended and unnecessary melodrama.
(mx) wrote: A potentially great premise is sadly not fully taken advantage of and John Candy is given very little to work with in this clever but hit-and-miss comedy. Worth a look.
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(de) wrote: Truffaut's later-period ode to art and love in the face of war and hate.
(jp) wrote: Robby the Robot, bourbon meister!
(ag) wrote: I liked this movie a lot. It's Morgan Freeman in a different type of role who associates well with the child actors in this film. I was pleasantly surprised how it all came together, more like how traditional movies used to be filmed with more authentic talent and less special effects. I feel like the critics were too harsh with their ratings and suggest, go ahead and give it a try. I think most of you will enjoy this flick!