Pump Up the Volume

Pump Up the Volume

Mark is an intelligent but shy teenager who has just moved to Arizona from the East Coast. His parents give him a short-wave radio so he can talk to his pals, but instead he sets up shop as pirate deejay Hard Harry, who becomes a hero to his peers while inspiring the wrath of the local high school principal.

The movie follows Mark Hunter, a shy teen who turns on the high school crowd when he broadcasts outrageous nightly monologues on a pirate radio station from the basement of his parents' house. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Pump Up the Volume torrent reviews

Sylvester E (it) wrote: It's worth adding to your collection.

Robert M (br) wrote: A well produced documentary that discusses the ethics and production of healthful and processed foods in farmlands from all around. This is certainly one film in particular that a lot of people, American's especially, need to see (although I wouldn't recommend the majority of the film to vegetarians).

Ethan A (de) wrote: It's a good movie based on the show!

Paul D (de) wrote: Trashy comedy very much in familiar for the 80's, but fun, although it could really do with a known cast which would give it a lift. Brad Pitt makes his first big screen appearance, but no speaking part, and only for a handful of frames.

Adam P (es) wrote: Thanks to Louis for leaving this at my house for nearly a month. A fantastic movie that parallels three generations of rock music, art as media commodity, and the rise of fame and talent in the titular girl group. That's history, theory, and plot, y'all, all packaged in an 87 minute package that's a blast to watch.

Trey W (de) wrote: This is odd indeed. A little bit too sweet to me. So sweet it will give you a toothache

Deb S (ag) wrote: Ice T 'I'm a businessman, not a gangster and these are my associates' This is your classic tension film fueled on one side (the supposedly "good" side) by greed, and, on the other side, a criminals wish to eliminate all witnesses to their crime. Don and Vince played by Bill Paxton and William Sadler are two Arkansas firemen who, in the process of tackling a blazing building find a crazed old man who hands them a possible treasure map before burning to death. Finding out it might be a fortune in gold stashed they set off for remote abandoned factory in East St Louis. Unfortunately, this also happens to be the same location 'Business man' King James (Ice-T) and his associates use for executions. Naturally, the gangsters want the witnesses dead; and before they know it Vince and Don are trapped in a single room with no obvious means of escape, a hostage, Lucky, who happens to King James's little brother and a homeless man, Bradlee. The race is on, both for the treasure and to stay alive.

Tim B (br) wrote: movie tries to do too much. decent story at its core but is ruined by too many side plots and often atrocious acting. skip it.