My Own Private Idaho

My Own Private Idaho

In this loose adaptation of Shakespeare's "Henry IV," Mike Waters (River Phoenix) is a gay hustler afflicted with narcolepsy. Scott Favor (Keanu Reeves) is the rebellious son of a mayor. Together, the two travel from Portland, Oregon to Idaho and finally to the coast of Italy in a quest to find Mike's estranged mother. Along the way they turn tricks for money and drugs, eventually attracting the attention of a wealthy benefactor and sexual deviant.

Young street hustler Mike suffers from narcolepsy, his search for the mother who abandoned him leads him across the Northwestern U.S. and even Italy. Mike is joined by Scott Favor, the bisexual son of the mayor of Portland, Oregon with whom Mike falls in love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


My Own Private Idaho torrent reviews

javier l (mx) wrote: good and cool dance movie

Joe C (nl) wrote: It's rare for a comedy-horror to be both funny and frightening, but Edgar Wright managed it in his wildly popular debut. Combining gore and guffaws, brains and braaaaaaains, Shaun of the Dead is a film so original that it formed the basis for the rom-zom-com genre and, by some stretch, thrust zombies into pop culture. Shaun of the Dead saw the British comedy team of Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright bring their talents for writing likable losers and innovative genre spins to the big screen. The results are hilarity and dismemberment with a dash of social expose thrown in as Shaun and his bro-mate Ed try to save those they love amidst a zombie apocalypse. Their plans are persistently terrible, their weapons of choice bizarrely selective, the comedy is dark as hell, their leadership is all messed up and those beers aren't going to drink themselves. America's shameless, heartless and humorless rip-offs have stripped the formula that made Shaun of the Dead so appealing, but all that does is solidify this sublimely effective contrast of tea-making and zombie mayhem as a certified slice of fried gold.

Thomas B (ru) wrote: Uninspired and mostly boring, this is as forgettable as it gets. Full review later.

Justin B (ag) wrote: What a surprise. It's simple but it's an honest and cleverly written look at the very relatable 20 something age. It's been done before but this still stood out as one of the better ones.

Ty P (de) wrote: Going further than Boyz n the Hood, Higher Learning told the truth long before it was known, pushing the realites of racism, sexuality and miseducation. The characters are all relatable from one person to the next and work perefctly with each other. With a tragic ending, some long lasting images and a strong message, Higher Learning is one to watch and a hard one to forget.

Kiel C (fr) wrote: Great thriller. A nice surprise.

Courtney H (ca) wrote: Remember this movie???

Alejandro S (us) wrote: Decididamente inferior a la primera pelcula en cuanto a impacto social, pero la cinta es entretenida y el ritmo de la misma es mejor que en la primera. Por lo que aunque no es una gran pelcula, si les gust la primera, se recomienda que vean al menos est otra tambin. Ya la tercera y cuarta no, ya que son realmente muy mediocres.

Victor F (es) wrote: It is a nice fairy tale for kids but certainly not a good movie. If kids watch it and like it, they should not watch the sequel what so ever!!

Laurence H (ca) wrote: Surprisingly overlooked film from the 80's. Demi Moore at her peak as well as the launch of many major actors. Fans of SF can see the glory of the City back in the day.

Shane D (ru) wrote: You know, this is an Australian classic, but one which I had no intention on ever watching. Upon stumbling across it late on a Saturday night on ABC2, I decided out of pure laziness really, to give it a go. It was astonishingly honest and brutal and interesting for the fact that it depicts an Australia I really only have fleeting memories of half experiencing. I imagine it was a pretty important film for young women at the time of its release and its handling of gender issues and drug use would have been pushing many envelopes at the time also. Deserving of its status in Australian film history.