The Gumball Rally
A group of people from different backgrounds have one thing in common: when they hear the world "gumball" whispered by one of the others, they know that it's time for the Gumball Rally: a no-holds barred, secret, winner-take-all rally across the USA.
- Stars:Michael Sarrazin, Norman Burton, Gary Busey, John Durren, Susan Flannery, Harvey Jason, Steven Keats, Tim McIntire, Joanne Nail, J. Pat O'Malley, Tricia O'Neil, Lázaro Pérez, Nicholas Pryor, Vaughn Taylor, Wally Taylor, Raul Julia,
- Director:Charles Bail,
- Writer:Leon Capetanos (screenplay), Charles Bail (story), Leon Capetanos (story)
When the code word "gumball" is passed by a rich young man, two housewives, two staid British gentlemen, one Italian lothario, one bug-eyed motorcyclist, a couple of Texans, an exotic model and other assorted types, they take part in a secret and illegal cross country road race. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Gumball Rally torrent reviews
(br) wrote: very good film 8 out of 10
(fr) wrote: Bride of Chucky was a step-down, but this is flat out an embarrassment to the series. Completely idiotic. (First and only viewing - 12/15/2010)
(es) wrote: I loved almost everything about this movie, it's a pleasant experience with loads of overlapping dialogue, witty dialogue, and warm characters. 'State and Main' has a cast that handles the dialogue well but I got the sense that Mamet was being a bit lazy in his chair, behind the monitor. There is a scene that was not cut, amazingly, where one of the actors just stands there with no direction then haphazardly, as if awaking from a long slumber, chimes in a one-liner. These problems are to be expected with Mamet whose writing is gold and directing rust. Trust Philip Seymour Hoffman to warm ones heart and very, very (cannot stress this enough), surprising that Mamet's muse Mrs. Pidgeon is sweet and loveable and not too esoteric and archaic in her acting methods. 'State and Main' is not a great movie by David Mamet's standards, but if I want to sit back and enjoy a comedy with clever commentary, dialogue to envy, and characters that I like, this light comedy is better than ninety-percent of the comedies produced today. And one quote to give an idea of what to expect: 'It's the truth that you should never trust anybody who wears a bow tie. Cravat's supposed to point down to accentuate the genitals. Why'd you wanna trust somebody whose tie points out to accentuate his ears?'
(mx) wrote: This could've been better if the director didn't try so damn hard, but then again, Brits always try way too hard when coming to cinematography. Of course, the music sorta sucked, too. This film and story would've been way more awesome if it was made in 1974 America with Charles Bronson, Warren Oates, and Lee Van Cleef.
(kr) wrote: I saw this. Don't remember much about it. I DO remember that the movie poster for this is in the episode where Buffy fights Angelus outside in the movie theater.
(it) wrote: best part was him getting busted otherwise very dumb movie
(au) wrote: bad mumbo jumbo low quality
(it) wrote: Meetings with Remarkable Men is the adaptation of part of the autobiography of George Gurdjieff, a mystic who lived between the 2nd half of the 19th century and the 1st half of the 20th century. The movie is more like a docudrama, about his travels from central asia to Egypt, and back to central Asia once again in a pursuit for knowledge about the purpose of life and existence, and the movie focuses on the time span between his teenage years back in Georgia to his early adulthood and the discovery of the secret place of the Sarmoung Brotherhood. The movie was well produced, and its purpose was not to tell a story as much as to enlighten those who are willing to receive the knowledge, which is why I gave it a full score.
(ca) wrote: Sandy Dennis becomes a star in this
(de) wrote: The film where Captain Kirk dies twice. Data gets a sense of humour with hilarious and predictable consequences. Trek captains horse riding and cooking! Not sure even how the nexus worked or how they got there
(kr) wrote: A wonderful achievement in transferring a stage play onto the big screen seamlessly.
(ru) wrote: Pretenciosa representacin hipster del futuro.