After his last girlfriend slept with his last roommate, Reno Rizzolla moves to L.A. with his new girlfriend... and chaos ensues when the debt on the house forces him to get roommates. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
After his last girlfriend slept with his last roommate, Reno Rizzolla moves to L.A. with his new girlfriend... and chaos ensues when the debt on the house forces him to get roommates.
- Stars:Norma Bengell, Françoise Brion, Jacques Charrier, Maurice Garrel, Marcelo Romo, Alexandra Stewart, Zózimo Bulbul, Ursula Kubler, Carlos Diegues, Rakesh Khanna, Rajesh Khanna, Ambika Johar, Chris Albanese, Leila Arcieri, Richard Balin, Derek Basco, Raquel Burton, A.J. Buckley, Holly Fields, Jennifer Lyons, Joel Michaely, David Wheir, Michelle Brookhurst, Shelly Kurtz, Chris Jacobs, Andrew Shaifer, Adam Wylie, Miranda Bailey, William Zabka, Crystal Lett, William Bassett, Darin Cooper,
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Spaceman B (br) wrote: Silent stop-motion clay animation. Crafted with detail with underlying creepiness.
Ken D (ag) wrote: I thought that this was going to be really bad, and even though it wasn't great, it was still watchable. The acting was alright, nothing special that stood out, but nothing too terrible either. There was a little gore and the scene where the girl is having her scalp cut off and it being replaced was a little gruesome, but the ending was something that you could see a mile away and that is why this movie is getting ranked any higher. More creativity to the ending makes this a better movie.
Leanna A (kr) wrote: If you want to laugh your butt off watch him!
Gary O (fr) wrote: Along the lines of U-571 (another really good movie), this has enough suspense and action to make it worthwhile.
T (de) wrote: VERY good movie, with a GREAT cast.
Alyan H (kr) wrote: A laugh a minute riot and a decent sequel that plays at itself.
Ashley C (de) wrote: The simple fact that this is a New York film from 1971 should be all you need to realize that the title was intended ironically. Gritty, alternately harrowing and absurdly funny, this is truly a forgotten gem. Even the crappy, washed-out, full-frame transfer of the copy I watched (which I'm almost positive came directly from a VHS tape) fits the tone. Worth it to see early performances by Robert de Niro, Karen Black, and Burt Young, not to mention George Segal on the streets of Manhattan in a frilly pink bathrobe.
Douglas B (jp) wrote: If you're in the right mood, watching cheesy, boring movies can sometimes be fun. This movie is the exception to that rule.