The Adventures of Pluto Nash

The Adventures of Pluto Nash

The year is 2087, the setting is the moon. Pluto Nash, the high-flying successful owner of the hottest nightclub in the universe, finds himself in trouble when he refuses to sell his club to lunar gangster Mogan, who just happens to be helping the mysterious Rex Crater mastermind a plan to take over the entire moon.

Set on the moon in the year 2087, the movie follows an audacious nightclub owner who finds himself in hot water when he refuses to sell his club to the local mob. After his successful night club is blown to flaming bits, Pluto and his band look for clues as to who is behind the arson, only to discover that it might be his own fault. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jedidiah C (us) wrote: This movie was pretty good. It was the ABC sunday night movie. It was pretty funny

David H (gb) wrote: Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau's last Movie is a great Melodrama and a realistic Portrait of the Native Tahitian Society!!! Exellent Cinematography & Beautiful Music!!!

William S (mx) wrote: how do you watch, or rent this movie ???????? very good piece of work!!!!! one of vin diesel best acting

Josh L (it) wrote: fubar is just fubar. no comment

Ellesse H (us) wrote: ... never much liked the play. Maybe the movie would help.

Ahmed H (ag) wrote: A sequel to disappoint.

Andrew S (ca) wrote: This is the fourth in a series of movies that began with National Lampoon's Vacation in 1983 and feature the family headed by Clark Griswold (Chevy Chase) going on wacky vacations. This time, the Griswolds visit Las Vegas. Clark immediately goes to the blackjack table and starts blowing all his money, continually encouraged to spend more and more by a taunting dealer, Marty (Wallace Shawn). Ellen Griswold (Beverly D'Angelo) becomes smitten with the lounge singer Wayne Newton (playing himself), who invites her to sing onstage with him. Their son Rusty (Ethan Embry) is incredibly lucky playing dice, and he is virtually adopted by a family of gangsters who see him as their meal ticket. Daughter Audrey (Marisol Nichols) gets hooked up with her wild cousin Vickie (Shae D'Lyn), who takes her to sleazy dance clubs. White-trash cousin Eddie (Randy Quaid), who lives on a former A-bomb test site in the nearby desert, also gets involved with the capers.

Fred T (ru) wrote: Still Stands the Test of Time. Great characters and an intriguing story, supported by a superb cast, as well as the filming of non-actors in the very real slums of France circa 1995. La Haine is true cinema in every way, while touching on a number of societal issues that people face to this day, (police brutality, socio-economic unrest, poverty, hate and violence in general). La Haine's Stunning visuals and Immaculate soundtrack make for a perfect 10 of a film!! One of the greatest movies of all time!!! Mad Props to Vincent Cassel!!!! ARE YOU TALKING TO ME??

Greg W (us) wrote: same story done better in 'videodrome' and 'the ring' (US version).

William W (jp) wrote: An interesting film, mainly for Paul Robeson's excellent performance in an otherwise unbelievable film. Look closely and you'll spot an uncredited Billie Holiday in a nightclub scene.

Liam K (de) wrote: Good movie. It's one you watch every few years though.

Melissa R (kr) wrote: Was truly impressed and amazing unxpected pleasure!!!!

Nicholas L (de) wrote: Clint Eastwood provides an original movie on the social commentary of domestic violence, racial tension, and the religious idea of redemption all with the painted backdrop of the Korean War, Gangs, and the bleakness of the inner city.

John B (br) wrote: It was pretty good and mildly entertaining