Walk the Talk
Roy (Evan Ellingson) is a rebellious teen who having accidentally shot his brother is forced to live with his uncle's family to avoid Juvenile Detention. His uncle Erik (Cary Elwes) is a motivational guru who at first fails to get anywhere with the permanently disgusted Roy. Although Erik's family are a caricature with no depth of character, the culture clash produces some interesting outcomes.
- Stars:Cary Elwes, Evan Ellingson, Illeana Douglas, Katie Cassidy, Chris Pratt, Katie Finneran, Anson Mount, Clayne Crawford, Kenneth Choi, David Wilbur, Katrina Begin, Matthew Allen, Ed Begley Jr., Chris Byrne, Antonio Caballero,
- Country:Sweden, USA
- Director:Matthew Allen,
- Writer:Matthew Allen
Roy (Evan Ellingson) is a rebellious teen who having accidentally shot his brother is forced to live with his uncle's family to avoid Juvenile Detention. His uncle Erik (Cary Elwes) is a motivational guru who at first fails to get anywhere with the permanently disgusted Roy. Although Erik's family are a caricature with no depth of character, the culture clash produces some interesting outcomes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Walk the Talk torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: With No Charm, Wit Or Fun, A Haunted House Continues The Trend Of Terrible Parody Movies With Agnozing Results.
(fr) wrote: Seen it all before low life gangsta nonsense....innit...bruv.
(fr) wrote: Wonderful for content, but probably slow for many, especially the young
(au) wrote: I liked it! Great actors telling us a gruesome true story.
(fr) wrote: Trois actes et un epilogue pour cette tragicomedie sur le theme du mariage arrange et le poids des traditions. Drole sans etre comique, grave sans melo. Assez reussi dans l ensemble
(gb) wrote: "JUSTE UN BAISER", juste un excellent film dans la ligne d'un nouveau cinma italien comme l'pope "Nos Meilleurs Annes" et la trs originale comdie dramatique "Tableau de Famille" ainsi que "La Chambre du Fils", un cinma italien que j'adore. A voir absolument.
(jp) wrote: Una sinfonia de sensibilidad.
(fr) wrote: Bad acting, cool 80s music and clothes, okay story.
(ag) wrote: A movie about teen angst. Great soundtrack; so-so film.
(br) wrote: Solid giallo that provides many twists and turns inlcuding the final revelation that truly proves disturbing. Fans of giallo should give it a try.
(fr) wrote: Licnece to Kill surprised everybody, and is quite good, but the plot and villain are just too forgettable to give it a above average rating.
(fr) wrote: A interesting concept at its heart, but the film takes turns and comes off silly at times, typical 80s fair going on. but the film for what it is is entertaining in a bad movie kinda way, Krisstofferson ir a embarressment, and Cheryl ladd the same. two people in love coming off badly, its laughable but i was oddly hooked
(ca) wrote: An interesting throwback to some of del Toro's influences, Crimson Peak can probably be described as less horror and more shock and goth (my own term, I know). He utilizes some stellar cinematography to help create a rather strange period piece, and the colour and the darkness bring to life the spiritual nuances that he seems intent on exploring through the images of the clay. Having recently returned from seeing an exhibit on del Toro, this film really does fit well with what I have come to know about the director himself, and for as strange as the story is, he weaves some interesting perspective that sees both life and death being formed out of the red clay. The story follows a young woman who falls in love with a man that sweeps her away to this mysterious mansion that sits atop a mountain of red clay. As the mystery unfolds, things become more and more bizarre and disturbing, and the darkness becomes more and more contrasting with the brightness of the clay. And it is this contrast that begins to layer the characters dance between passion and fear, life and death. It is this dance that becomes the true monster in this film, never knowing which direction the characters are going to turn in a given moment. The movie is rather ambitious, almost in an experimental fashion. And so it might not be for everyone. But for fans of del Toro, I think there is a ton here in this very atmospheric film to kind of sit on and enjoy.