The Hot Flashes
An unlikely basketball team of unappreciated middle-aged Texas women, all former high school champs, challenge the current high school girls’ state champs to raise money for breast cancer prevention. Sparks fly as the women go to comic extremes to prove themselves on and off the court, become a national media sensation, and gain a new lease on life.
- Stars:Brooke Shields, Daryl Hannah, Wanda Sykes, Andrea Frankle, Eric Roberts, Jessica Rothe, Charlotte Graham, Carl Palmer, Michal Anna Marble, Morrey McElroy, Maria Mason, Camryn Manheim, Virginia Madsen, Gillian Bolt, Larry Tausch,
- Director:Susan Seidelman,
- Writer:Brad Hennig
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The Hot Flashes torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Bad writing, bad acting, just bad.
(it) wrote: The movie was quiet, sleepy, and rather stereotypical art film in terms of dialogue and pacing. However, that's to be expected given the genre. I've seen worse and I've seen better. This one was kind of middle of the road, but I liked it.
(it) wrote: One of Seagal's better DTV films and a step in the right direction!
(de) wrote: Well it was ok...Not much action but great story.. No emotion is there,the actor is not good enough but there were some scenes which i considered special!
(it) wrote: Full of action and fun
(us) wrote: Predictable and very 80?s.
(mx) wrote: An old school classic about New York City guys that I hope doesn't get lost in the fray.
(ru) wrote: Island in the Sun is an incredible film. It is about the life of a young charismatic and handsome black male with political aspirations. James Mason and Harry Belafonte give excellent performances. The screenplay is entertaining but is a little slow in places. Robert Rossen did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama and romance. Island in the Sun is a must see.
(nl) wrote: Looks aged and boring.
(ca) wrote: one of nine total films featuring judy and mickey as a team. they made a great song and dance team. love the drummer boy number!!!
(ru) wrote: The Coens are my favorite. So after a disk containing a CIA agent's memoirs gets left on the floor of a gym locker room, it falls into the hands of two employees (Frances McDormand, Brad Pitt). They think they have stumbled upon something worthwhile, so they make a play to blackmail the agent (John Malkovich), not realizing the disk they have isn't really worth anything. Now if you were to pose me with the question of who my favorite director is, you probably already know that this is a difficult question to field for anybody who considers themselves to be versed in the medium. It's a tight contest, but I would personally give the slightest edge to the Coen brothers over Quentin Tarantino. They are just such versatile filmmakers, and they can make some of the tensest thrillers out there or make you keel over laughing with hilariously written quirky characters. I don't just like the majority of their projects, I love and admire them, and even one of their lesser, rompier movies like Burn After Reading hits home with me in ways that are difficult to describe. Now this was clearly an inspiration behind one of my favorite role-playing games: Fiasco. (if you're into that kind of thing and consider yourself to be a fan of this movie, I highly recommend it). Just like the game, the established framework is fantastic: everybody has these sordid and selfish motivations, there are no clear cut winners, and everybody kind of loses together. It is a bit on the cartoonish-side, but in a good way, and the chemistry is just right to lead to some fireworks whenever these characters happen to cross paths. And the dialogue is (as it always is with the Coens) skillfully penned and masterfully brought to life. They just know how to turn a phrase and make it so every important detail has the right amount of attention drawn to it and every punchline hits. It appeals to me so much, and I get a lot out of it. And the opening scene to this sets the tone so perfectly for what this movie is all about, courtesy of a highly animated John Malkovich. I adore the way the Coen brothers put together films; I always have and probably always will. I do understand that not all of their films are for everybody (some may have a problem watching a movie that's about low-intelligent characters), but practically all of their movies are for me. They possess the ability to make me laugh like no other, and I celebrate their entire library. For me, I feel this is totally a five star movie, and I don't think this is even close to being at the very top of their library, which should give you an indication of just how highly I think about them.
(ca) wrote: A great, funny movie.
(au) wrote: I don't care what anyone says. Weird Al and this movie freakin' rock.