Barry is an asthmatic kid having trouble in life. He lives with his father, a computer programmer, in Texas. Barry is struggling to get by in life, dealing with his rough school life, bullies, as well as his health. Barry's only source of enjoyment is fantasizing that he is with Chuck Norris. Barry becomes sick of getting picked on by the bigger guys, and decides to learn karate.
- Stars:Beau Bridges, Jonathan Brandis, Mako, Julia Nickson, Joe Piscopo, Danica McKellar, John Buchanan, Richard Moll, Gerrit Graham, Dennis Burkley, Chuck Norris, Dennis Letts, Christy Martin, David Born, Lawrence Joe,
- Director:Aaron Norris,
- Writer:Lou Illar (story), Galen Thompson (screenplay), Lou Illar (screenplay)
A bullied teen who fantasizes about being Chuck Norris' sidekick trains in martial arts to fulfill his dreams. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sidekicks torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Loved Phelim McAleer's honest way of interviewing.... entertaining and factual. I'm a nature lover and spend a good bit of time in the countryside, so it was of particular interest. An unusually enjoyable movie for a documentary. I recommend it for all ages of Americans.
(it) wrote: Fun concept but poorly executed.
(es) wrote: Perch se quello del bacio un ex... se un ex, significa che tu sei come tutte le altre donne che quando si sentono sole e abbandonate tornano indietro, invece di andare avanti. (Tommaso)
(mx) wrote: Some of it was funny, some of it made no sense.
(jp) wrote: More Phibes fun with murder and revenge. Such a weird series.
(ru) wrote: There wasn't much further 007 could go as far as sci-fi wizardry and fantastic characters after the cartoonish MOONRAKER that had seen James Bond propelled into space. What was called for was a `back to basics' approach that emphasized realism, exotic locations, less gadgetry, down to earth villains and a return to the ruthlessness that Roger Moore had exhibited in movies such as THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN and THE SPY WHO LOVED ME. What better way for the filmakers to return Bond to his roots than to tap into original Fleming source material. Taking characters and situations from not only the Fleming novel FOR YOUR EYES ONLY, but also the keel-hauling sequence from the book LIVE AND LET DIE writers Richard Maibaum and Michael G. Wilson wove together a complex and enticing cold war spy drama that included some of the staple setpieces underwater and on the slopes that had served the character so well in the past. As the late John Brosnan noted in his review of the movie this production is essentially one long chase, but in the one solitary tip of the hat to the fantastic plots of the previous two movies, here the stakes could not be higher. Those stakes are the fate of all the British nuclear missiles in the polaris fleet. Forget the kidnapping of a few nuclear warheads in previous movies, here the balance of nuclear brinksmanship is at risk and ultimately the fate of the world. This movie sports several of my favorite characters from the entire EON canon. Topol plays a brilliant, amiable Greek smuggler named Columbo and the good natured trust and friendship between him and Roger Moore's James Bond is clearly evident in every scene they share together. Noted British television actor Julian Glover plays Greek mercenary and chief villain Kristatos and I love the understated mannerisms and menace that literally oozes from every line. The movie also has one of the series most beautiful women with the appealing Carole Bouquet and this particular Bond fan had a huge crush on Lynn Holly Johnson who portrayed the chipper Bibi Dahl. Add these elements together and place it against the backdrop of the Italian Alps and the Adriatic and you have one of the best entries in the series.
(it) wrote: Plain forgettable. Not true style of horror.