Sloppy the Psychotic
Meet Mike, A man whose only goal in life was to bring joy to children... As "Sloppy the Clown". After a cruel twist of fate finds him without his beloved job he goes into business for himself. After a bout of bad luck Mike spirals completely out of control. Witness a good man go bad, then totally mad in... Sloppy the Psychotic.
- Stars:Mike O'Mahony, James Costa, Lauren Ojeda, Lewis Beaver, Stacey Fitzpatrick, Fred Ficke, Norm Copsetta Jr., John O'Brien, Kayla Beaver, Rob Nawrocki, Matthew Thomason, Knox Chase, Tina Khaladze, Julie Ann Hamolko, Joseph Sheehan,
- Director:Mike O'Mahony,
- Writer:Mike O'Mahony, Erich Ficke
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Sloppy the Psychotic torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: I knew this wasn't gonna be the godfather waking into it. One of the best action fighting movies I've seen in the last 2 decades.
(it) wrote: Liked this a lot.. Good vibe and good girls story compared to most.. Heaps going on and lots of talent and interesting cameos
(au) wrote: Not Kitamura's best work, but pretty damn good for a movie primarily about two guys talking that was more or less made on a dare.
(br) wrote: More movies should take themselves less seriously like this movie does. This isn't a "film" it's a movie and a god damn good movie too. Oh yeah, Kit Kat is the fuckin man! This movie is one of a kind and that's to bad, it's also to bad that they couldn't find someone other than Sandra Bernhard for the female baddie.... she's one ugly bitch.... like a sasquatch in lady skin.
(gb) wrote: Great old flick - if you can stand Kristoferson, then Cheryl Ladd is hot. Wonder what she looks like today...
(gb) wrote: Classic HK cinema of the time. Samo in serious(ish) role shocker.
(br) wrote: This wasn't a total blind rent, since I'm more or less familiar with the book. That said, I expected the movie to be dated and tame by today's standards, NC-17 notwithstanding. (I mean, come on, this was shot in 1970.)The former was certainly true, but not the latter -- maybe I'm a prude, but I was picking my jaw up off of the floor during some of Rip Torn's vile voiceovers of the women he had laid, wanted to lay, and was in the midst of laying in the middle of Paris. I can only imagine how far Henry Miller's book goes.Despite how much the portrayal of the sex disgusted me, this is still a breezy and beautifully shot film. So why the 3 out of 5? The movie suffers from having no likable characters at all, and there's not really much of a plot aside from Rip Torn saying things I never, ever want to hear him utter again.
(us) wrote: This movie used to scare the bejesus out of me as a kid! I've been looking all over for a copy of it.