Who Is Bozo Texino?

Who Is Bozo Texino?

Travels on trains and interviews with hobos attempt to discover the history and rightful owner of an oft-seen graffiti moniker on trails. In the process, much is learned about hobo culture, life in America, and the value of rambling.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:57 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:interview,   train,   hobo,  

Travels on trains and interviews with hobos attempt to discover the history and rightful owner of an oft-seen graffiti moniker on trails. In the process, much is learned about hobo culture, life in America, and the value of rambling. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dawn T (fr) wrote: Part of the story can be a bit cheesy, but overall has a cute story with fun moments for a brainless entertainment to relax upon.

James E (nl) wrote: As much as people say this is unoriginal, the funny parts are really hilarious and stand out from the rest of the movie, mostly due to Robin Williams.

Lawrence A (it) wrote: the soundtrack is really good. and the little girl is naked.

Vladdy Trout (kr) wrote: Classic Italian cheese...oy, where to begin...bad dubbing, bad hair, bad costumes...but the anti-hero, Scorpion, has one cool car! A skull hood ornament! Beware, the hero gets man-raped, but it's a post-apocalyptic world, things like that will happen.

Joe S (au) wrote: What a killer cast and that includes the under used under appreciated Art Garfunkel. But alas a killer cast does not always a killer film. Ann Margaret steals the show (and well deserved nomination). This is one of those movies where I cannot get past Jack Nicholsons scene chewing and unrealistic personality and because of this the message does become lost. To me teh movie comes off as an hour and a half of waiting for a sadistic prick to get his come upence.

Beverly Y (nl) wrote: I've read this is a movie worth seeing, so I think I will do just that.

Lanning (es) wrote: Truly some of the most beautiful and most sophisticated music to come out of Broadway. If you like musicals and haven't seen this yet. you must.If I loved youTime and again I would try to say All I'd want you to know. If I loved you Words wouldn't come in an easy way Round in circles I'd go. Longin' to tell you, but afraid and shy I'd let my golden chances pass me by. Soon you'd leave me Off you would go in the mist of day Never, never to know How I loved you . . . If I loved you. One of the greatest love songs to come out of musical theater. Gordon MacRae and Shirley Jones: A Hollywood musical match made in heaven. I wonder if Jones might have broken a few hearts in high school . . . Carousel's story is different from most Hollywood musicals in several ways, the most significant of which is that true love is won right at the beginning, then is tragically squandered by Billy Bigelow, although not ultimately lost. Besides such memorable numbers as the "Carousel Waltz" theme itself and "You'll Never Walk Alone"--the ultiimate graduation song--, one of my all-time favorites is "When (the) Children Are Asleep," the beautiful duet, shared by Carrie and Mr. Snow on the way to the clambake, in which they dream of their married future together: When the children are asleep we'll sit and dream The things that every other dad and mother dream. When the children are asleep and lights are low If I still love you the way I love you today You'll pardon my sayin' I told you so. When the children are asleep, I'll dream with you. We'll think what fun we have had and be glad that it all came true.

Travis H (it) wrote: One of the best movies ever made, I think.

Daniel M (it) wrote: What the hell did I just Watch. Now Ideally i wanted to watch this with a crowd so that we can not only see our own reactions but the reactions of others. Sadly, VERY sadly, I watched this by myself. The gory scenes were a joke save for one (of course the one hinted at in Juno). The rest of the movie was just an entire mess, far messier than the murder scenes.If you have a few friends that like bad horror by all means have a good time but this movie is called a "cult classic" for a reason... because no one person should see it a time

Steve W (us) wrote: Feel good comedy finds slobby Uncle Buck Russell babysitting his nieces and nephew when a family emergency occurs. The movie has a few solid scenes, mostly with John Candy hamming it up in a great way. The way he reels in the children is especially great, when he's butting heads with his snotty teenage niece. Its nothing too memorable, but it does have its moments.