Nothing but Trouble

Nothing but Trouble

While attempting to seduce gorgeous lawyer Diane Lightson, wealthy gadabout Chris Thorne agrees to drive her to Atlantic City, N.J. But, when some reckless driving draws the attention of a deeply critical cop, they and the flamboyant "Brazillionaires" who tagged along end up in the court of a grotesque and vengeful judge, who has a special vendetta against the wealthy and erudite.

A financier finds him and his friends the prisoners of a sadistic judge and his equally odd family in the backwoods of a bizarre mansion. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Joe W (it) wrote: I've honestly never had a cam movie give me such a WTF moment like this one did. I had to actually search online to help put the pieces together but after i did i get it and i kinda like the idea .That being said it is an ambitious film shot with absolutely no budget. it has some good tension and suspense at points but alas like most cam films its a lot of screaming and running in the dark with basically no visual pay off. Still out of the endless sea of cam films I've watched Bobcat Goldthwait has crafted one of the better more perplexing ones.

Brody M (ru) wrote: I rented this movie from Redbox, Put it on & fell asleep.I woke up & the movie was almost over.I restarted it, Watched maybe 20-30 minutes & fell asleep again.This time the movie was over & it was so boring, I just didn't care anymore.I will tell you this..... Don't waste your time like I did

bill s (us) wrote: A modern uptake on Othello works manly on the backs of the actors.

Tim R (es) wrote: Beautiful film about the Welsh war poet, Hedd Wyn, who was killed in the First World War. It was nominated for an Oscar as the Best Foreign Language Film in 1993.

Stanley C (fr) wrote: A paragon for all surfing movies that are aimed at audiences who really do want to become surfers.

Scott J (ag) wrote: Not one of Fulci's better movies. Moves incredibly slow, and 95% of the score is just recycled from The Beyond.

Chandra C (de) wrote: Bud & Sissy...one of my all time favorites!!!

Michael H (it) wrote: I first heard of the Mockumentry All You Need Is Cash from a album called The Rutles. A Parody of Beatles Music with Songs Like Ouch! And Love Life and Piggy in the Middle. The album was so good that I wikipedia'd it. It was the soundtrack to the movie All You Need Is Cash. A movie accurately making fun of the beatles. Eric Idle is the reporter and he is taking you in a in-depth look at Rutlemania. The Pre fab four are Stig, Barry, Nasty and Dirk are looked at in this exciting mockumentry. Not only is the music like the beatles music, its also nearly as good as the beatles music. The songs are exciting and catchy and you cannot get them out of your head. Some great performences in this movie by Neil Innes and Eric Idle and some great jokes too. For example, When the Rutles make Rutle Corps the reporter interviews one of the people working for the corp and they say rumours of people taking stuff from the offices are not true. But you see in the background people taking things. It had a great impact on the career of pre python people. Look for the rutles on VHS/DVD or On Vinyl or CD. You'll love it.90/100 A-

Dave R (kr) wrote: i remember seeing this at the drive-ins when i was a kid. scary then. now kind of interesting because i could understand it differently. now it seems to me to be about the danger of shunning society. when 2 couples set out to be self sufficient in their new motorhome they end up in trouble with some kind of satanists.

Walter M (nl) wrote: "If I can't dance, I don't want to be in your revolution" - Emma Goldman In "Salt of the Earth," Esperanza(Rosaura Revueltas), who is married to Ramon(Juan Chacon), a mine worker, has grave doubts about the future while she is pregnant with her third child. A lot of that comes from living in a house owned by the company with inadequate sanitation, and not even being able to afford a small luxury like a radio. And that's not to mention him spending a lot of nights out with the guys. It is not only the low pay that Ramon and his fellow workers are angry about(getting paid less than their Anglo counterparts adds insult to injury), it is the danger of the job as the men are forced into the dangerous position of having to work alone. When an accident does happen, gravely injuring a worker, that is the final straw, as a strike is called. With a cast of professional and amateur actors, "Salt of the Earth" is a rousing and detailed call to arms that was far ahead of its time in not only attacking the racism of the mine owners, as Hispanic culture was in danger of being written over, but also telling the story from a Hispanic point of view which is not exactly common even in this more enlightened day and age. What's even more exceptional is recognizing the roles that women have played in strikes(one of the characters in the movie should have been a lawyer), and not only in support positions, either, but on the front lines of the picket. In fact, Mother Jones(1837-1930) was a fearless union organizer in her time.

Andrew M (ru) wrote: 2 1/2 starsAlmost good. Almost.