The Idolmaker

The Idolmaker

Based on the life of rock promoter/producer Bob Marucci, who discovered, among others, Frankie Avalon and Fabian.

Based on the life of rock promoter/producer Bob Marcucci, who discovered, among others, Frankie Avalon and Fabian. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Idolmaker torrent reviews

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Al H (gb) wrote: Nice try of horror movie.

Caro L (au) wrote: Entertaining movie, characters and fight scenes seem realistic, not overdone or exaggerated like similar movies.

Ben L (ca) wrote: There are many people who like to say that Bruce Willis has given up and just shows up in films for the pay checks without trying nowadays. I think 16 Blocks makes a decent case to the contrary because he keeps this movie going when the story absolutely falls apart. Now, to be fair, this is a very familiar role for Willis. Once again he plays a washed-up alcoholic police officer who gets himself in deeper than expected. In this movie the dilemma is that he is transporting a federal witness 16 blocks away to the courthouse, but the people he will testify against know he's coming and will try to kill him on the way. The movie is very choppy and disjointed because they keep going into a safe place, getting found, and then running until they can find a safe spot again. There is no natural flow or rhythm to the story, and it seems like things keep happening strictly because the movie needs them to happen. I like some of the revelations that are given along the way, and when there is an action sequence I think they are filmed well. Perhaps my #1 biggest pet peeve with this movie is the painfully bad voice that Mos Def decides to give his character. I don't understand why he felt the need to add that to his performance, but it is like nails on a chalkboard to me. He sounds like someone making a very insensitive imitation of a deaf person's speech pattern. There are elements I like in 16 Blocks, but sadly it didn't have enough of those elements to rise above the average action film.

James H (us) wrote: Over-stylized. The camera work and story was there (of course, it could be better) but the editors went way overboard. I could see what they had envisioned but fell short. Quantity over quality.

Judge L (ca) wrote: Watched this one on Netflix..saw that Danny Dyer was in it and that it took place during WWII and had an IRA plot. So I gave it a watch. It was an alright flick. Wonder if it was harder for Danny Dyer to play a poof or have the last name Milwall (close enough to the hated Millwall F.C.) being a Irons fan that he is. Though I will admit that Dyer does a great job in the flick; it would take a lot of courage and confidence to play such a role.

Guido S (gb) wrote: For all the hoopla of Studio 54, you'd figure they could make a good movie out of it. This is not it. Ryan Phillippe goes from small town boy to big city bartender in the midst of the hottest clubs in the city. Mike Myers is the sketchy owner. This just wasn't that interesting. There was nothing there to keep me watching and I got bored quick. It never got any better either.