Russell Coight's Celebrity Challenge

Russell Coight's Celebrity Challenge

In an effort to raise money for charity, adventurer Russell Coight decides to lead a group of celebrities on a trek across Australia - from east to west coast in just seven days.

In an effort to raise money for charity, adventurer Russell Coight decides to lead a group of celebrities on a trek across Australia - from east to west coast in just seven days. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Russell Coight's Celebrity Challenge torrent reviews

Miguel R (au) wrote: Pulling Strings is a bad comedy film that tries too hard to show heart

Shayne J (ca) wrote: While I was expecting the first half of the film to just be laughably bad, it was actually thoroughly entertaining with an interesting story and some awesome kills... but about half way through, it started to take itself far too seriously and completely killed the light hearted and crazy mood of the film. The story got so over-complicated that you just lose track of any and all sort of coordination. The writers also tried to throw in a heart felt conclusion to the film, that really just felt overly cheesy and out of place. I recommend watching the first half and then stopping when they stop showing the actual shark.

Kevin P (jp) wrote: Boring, depressing, pointless. Giving it 2 stars for some good action scenes

John M (mx) wrote: A very cool, very Raimi romp with some surprising performances. Super rad.

Sherry L (jp) wrote: A not the least funny comedy about a slacker, gamble addict, former alcoholic and drug addict named Taylor Mendon (playes by Matthew Broderick) who in an attempt to impress his wife who just had have enough of him, travels to Las Vegas to save their 20-year old niece (played by Brittany Snow) from prostitution. But in fact it's just an excuse to gamble and party, even though he looks for and finds Amanda too who seems to be a nice and happy prostitute, and proud of her new profession. So they party all day long and Taylor gambles for thousands and thousands of dollars that don't really exist. The humour in this movie is based on some lame witty lines delivered from Snow to Broderick. The niece is talking dirty with her uncle! So (un)funny! And Broderick is supposed to be sooooo funny everytime he is calling his wife and lying about checks. What have we learned from this, then? First, Matthew Broderick should stay away from comedy. And perhaps all the other genres too. He have to realise that he is not the same squirrel-looking rascal he was twenty years ago, and move on with his life. Brittany Snow... Has she ever been in a movie worth to mention? Anywayzzzz, this movie was a complete waste of time...zzzz.

Bradford D (us) wrote: Stander is sort of a caper flick with a side order of apartheid. I felt that this movie was a bit racist. Portraying all of the black characters as innocent victims and noble souls is just as bad as portraying them as ignorant savages. Both are stereotypes. Just give us real human beings.

Alex K (jp) wrote: Fantastic revenge film

Janet M (br) wrote: This is a heart warming story! I bought it for my mom for her birthday.

Rodri C (it) wrote: jajajaja, divertida... ojal no suceda...

cody p (kr) wrote: My favorite film of all time, thus far anyways. I will admit it is not for everyone, but for those who "get it," it strikes a chord on many levels. I first watched it years ago when I was a teenager, and the angst of this film hit home, along with the sadness and alienation of being different, whether it be sexuality or other factors. It's just so unique. The language used is creative to say the least...90'ish/Gen. X slang? The visuals are amazing, and the soundtrack is brilliant! Honestly, the music is one of the best things about this film. The songs capture each emotion that I go through while watching perfectly. The description Araki gives sums it up better than I ever's like 90210 on acid! I love the rawness of Araki's films, but this one is hands down my favorite. Plus I have to admit this film is why I'm still in love to this day with James Duvall.

Nalina M (au) wrote: mani ratnam best creation.

Manny C (gb) wrote: David Carradine grabbed his greatest role in this classic from the late Hal Ashby. Carradine plays the legendary Woody Guthrie (without whom there would be no Bob Dylan) and infuses with the right does of subtlety and class. Carradine at the top of his game. He'll be missed.

David D (it) wrote: Horrid film. Not funny, not suspenseful, not interesting.

Stephen G (au) wrote: Between Sergio Leone's masterful hand, Clint Eastwood's cool, and a worthwhile script, this masterpiece is film-making at it's absolute finest. It has it all from the smallest subtleties to the largest spectacles.

Katy C (it) wrote: Very cute...hard to go wrong with a tracy-hepburn match

Tyler Z (es) wrote: Great action with two great performances by Marky Mark and Denzel Washington.