The Rounders

The Rounders

Two drunks fight with their wives and then go out and get even drunker.

Two drunks live in the same hotel. One beats his wife, the other is beaten by his. They go off and get drunk together. They try to sleep in a restaurant using tables as beds and are thrown ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Rounders torrent reviews

Tom H (mx) wrote: "the mother of all comedies, the end credits are wicked adorable. a terrific cast."

Samya M (us) wrote: Too much copying ruined the rating!

Angela G (it) wrote: very impressive movie for a low budget film

M K (gb) wrote: I just CAN'T with this movie. Too phony, too cheesy, too long. Over-the top, in-your-face preaching... just STOP.

(jp) wrote: Lots of fun. Homages to Evil Dead, Psycho, Creepshow, Trilogy of Terror, to name just a few. Tiffany Shepis, the ultimate scream queen. Definitely recommended. Two thumbs up!

Dorianator F (jp) wrote: Beautiful movie with hard work done by the filmmakers. Very good cinematography and very good documenting of the harsh March of the Penguins

Gaspar O (au) wrote: Whenever I fall asleep during a movie, I won't write any review, however bad, until I go back and finish watching it. I was going to make an exception for this because it was so bad that I didn't want to punish myself this time, but I didn't. I will admit that it eventually got a little better, but a little better than horrid is still pretty bad. This is a prime example of a great cast wasted on a big ol' horse turd. Extra half star because...MEAT!

JP N (mx) wrote: Now here is an example of pure perfection. This one will have you laughing your ass off until the dead bodies come in the picture lol.

Grayson W (de) wrote: This movie is more fun than the reviewers give it credit. Wacky 80s hijinks and telekinetic powers. The fact that he can suddenly move things with his mind is treated super casually by all the characters, which is kind of funny in its own. Jocks, frat, prom, boobs, all the teen movie staples.

Caleb M (us) wrote: Melodramatic and amateurish, Foxes is only of interest for Cherrie Currie and Jodie Foster fans. Their talent doesn't match; Currie is inexperienced, rough around the edges and nearly wears her character's believability out until a sudden ending; Foster is more somber and tries to bring weight to her role and the film. Unfortunately she can't save a script mired in maudlin cliche and rambling faux-poetry. This would have been a great premise for a fun little tough-girls film in the vein of Switchblade SIsters. As it is, it feels more like a weepy chick flick with some rough mildly interesting rough edges.

Kevin R (fr) wrote: We are the survivors of a disintegrated solar system A recently married pair of government scientists is scheduled to assist in several space launches before their honeymoon. During the launch eleven spacecrafts are shot down by invading aliens. The aliens communicate with the scientists in hopes of bridging the relationship between humans and aliens ultimately, the invasion will need to be stopped. "Feel your pulse." "I haven't any." Fred Sears, director of Escape from San Quentin, Apache Ambush, Ghost of the China Sea, Last Train from Bombay, and Smoky Canyon, delivers Earth versus Flying Saucers. The storyline for this picture is fairly standard and straightforward and delivers little new content to the genre outside of some cool flying saucers delivered by the great Ray Harryhausen. The acting is just okay and the cast includes Hugh Marlowe, Joan Taylor, and Donald Curtis. "The air is becoming toxic." AMC recently aired a Ray Harryhausen marathon so we DVR'd the pictures we had not previously seen. This picture was just okay but reportedly inspired Independence Day and Mars Attacks. Ray Harryhausen's special effects were excellent but the movie had little else going for it. Grade: C

Michael H (jp) wrote: It feels like Drummond is getting married in every movie; also, why does Algeria look like Egypt and why do the locals seem Spanish?

Simon O (ca) wrote: Laugh out loud funny yet emotionally hard-hitting, Charlie Chaplin's The Gold Rush is a prime example of what silent films can do. As usual, Chaplin's physical language is absolutely on point. The first half of the film set in the cabin is physical joke after physical joke, each one hitting exactly where it aims to. The second half of the film, which focuses more on The Lone Prospector's romance with Georgia, manages to keep all of the humor, while also adding some depth to The Prospector. The Gold Rush also gives cinema one of its most iconic scenes in the form of the roll dance, an example of humor immediately followed by something more emotionally poignant. The film is also notable for its state-of-the-art practical effects during the final cliff scene which is both funny and suspenseful. The Gold Rush is, without a doubt, a classic.