Windy City Heat

Windy City Heat

A man caught up in the glamor of being a Hollywood celebrity has no idea that the production he's in is a fake.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:120 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:practical joke,  

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Windy City Heat torrent reviews

Nata K (au) wrote: So different from Hollywood movies.

Joel A (gb) wrote: A uneven Disney feature film made in the mid 1990's & as a kid it's fantastic but re-visiting it again I wasn't as impressed.The story of a young kid receiving a blank check & putting 1,000,000 for him & then the rest writes itself, shopping spree's, criminals chasing him etc.By far the strangest part of the film is the relationship between the boy (8-9yrs) & Karen Duffy's character who is in her late 20's & this weird sexual tension that just doesn't sit right, not sure why the had it.But if your kid it's great crazy toys, kids ultimate fantasy and a great school holiday movie...

Anne C (au) wrote: I LOVE this movie. A great story from WWII days. Really tugs at the heartstrings. Hattie McDaniel and Agnes Moorehead have great parts.

Andy S (es) wrote: While this film, crammed with Horror/Suspense icons, boasts nice performances from Lionel Atwell, Bela Lugosi and Basil Rathbone, I feel that the true superstar, Boris Karloff, truly got neglected here. The let down in all is that a mystery/suspense story was built around the idea of the Monster still being alive but at the beck and call of Ygor, rather than any character arc or story truly around the Monster himself. Gone is all of the magic that James Whale brought to the franchise. Gone is sympathy for the misunderstood Monster that allowed Karloff to truly breath life into him. I really missed that aspect. The exchange for the revenge mystery seems weak and not important. I want MORE Monster and his growth. Lionel Atwell was outstanding in this and created one of the most interesting characters as Inspector Krough. By films end you truly loathe Wolf Von Frankenstein. He is such a pale and limp version of his Father. Not that Basil Rathbone didn't give a good performance. I think the trouble here is simply the decision to take this film a certain way. Lugosi obviously had fun here as he got to play BIG and loud as Ygor. It's sad that this was Karloff last run at the Monster.

Asa B (au) wrote: Call me old-fashioned but I would love to dress up in top hat, white tie and tails, and then dance cheek to cheek! Marvelous stuff!

Conrad M (ca) wrote: Crikey. David Tenant gives an awful lifeless performance. Patrick Stewart gives a solid performance of Claudius, though this cannot save it.