Without a Paddle
Three friends, whose lives have been drifting apart, reunite for the funeral of a fourth childhood friend. When looking through their childhood belongings, they discover a trunk which contained details on a quest their friend was attempting. It revealed that he was hot on the trail of the $200,000 that went missing with airplane hijacker D.B. Cooper in 1971. They decide to continue his journey, but do not understand the dangers they will soon encounter.
- Category:Action, Adventure, Comedy, Mystery
- Stars:Ethan Suplee, Bonnie Somerville, Burt Reynolds, Seth Green, Matthew Lillard, Dax Shepard,
- Country:USA, New Zealand
- Director:Steven Brill, Steven Brill ,
- Writer:Fred Wolf (story), Harris Goldberg (story), Tom Nursall (story), Jay Leggett (screenplay), Mitch Rouse (screenplay)
After their friend Billy (Anthony Starr) dies, Tom (Dax Shepard), Jerry (Matthew Lillard) and Dan (Seth Green) go on a camping trip to fulfill their childhood promise by going on a camping expedition for the lost D.B. Cooper bounty, with calamitous results. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Without a Paddle torrent reviews
(us) wrote: I literally laughed once. Granted that one laugh was just about worth watching the rest of this attempt to recreate the success of Horrible Bosses.
(ca) wrote: Great cast. Strange and unbelievable story.
(ag) wrote: A body count to die for. Action more like a video game than a drama. Heed this warning that the IoT will be the death of us all for sure. The concentration of intelligence is also the concentration of idiocy. We're doomed. 911 was nothing.
(mx) wrote: Lagaan [India, 2001] I finally found my favorite sports movie in this 4-hour Bollywood film. 8/10
(au) wrote: A pretty good film actually. It didn't feel dated despite the fact it was released in 96'. Great action.
(kr) wrote: Very cute and heartwarming!!
(nl) wrote: This is worth watching just to see how the makers ripped off Aliens scene for scene. But it still gives a few good action scenes, scenes you must not take seriously as a motion picture.
(us) wrote: An adroit work regarding interaction between the three main leaders of the allied powers during second world war. A good piece of experience for history enthusiasts.
(es) wrote: Good idea, but it just didn't work.
(ca) wrote: No my favourite Fellini, but still very good. The characters are very touching
(kr) wrote: Powerful and sad! Diana Ross and Richard Pryor a great match....played off each other so well.
(ag) wrote: english through and through
(it) wrote: why do movies always involve car accidents?oh well, seems interesting
(mx) wrote: Made 10 years after the classic Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, this attempts to fill in the history that preceded the events in that movie. It also attempts to capture the hunour and quirkiness of the original. It fails.This movie is fairly boring and lame. It has its moments, but does not deserve to be mentioned in the same breath as the original. In addition, Tom Berenger and William Katt are certainly not in the same league as Paul Newman and Robert Redford. In fact, both actors were relatively unknown when cast in the lead roles. The charm, sensitivity and interesting characters of the original are missing.Don't be fooled, this is not a patch on the original.
(jp) wrote: This film is unbelievable. Never have I experienced the level of emotion I have while watching this film.
(jp) wrote: This is not really based on "actual events," anymore than the Coen Bros' Fargo, or The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. The killer it was very loosely based on was captured and is in prison to this day. Wolf Creek is a work of fiction. Still, that notwithstanding, this was a fairly suspenseful film, building and building its tension. It gets much worse before it gets better. It never really gets better, actually. John Jarrett's loathsome Mick is a pretty fun villain -- he plays it with a creepy relish that is hard to shake off. Then we have McLean's vistas and landscapes which give an ironic turn to the action: with all of the space and vastness of the Outback, there is still no place to run and a panic-inducing claustrophobia. The violence in this is strong, but it didn't seem as "pornographic" as other films, such as Hostel, et al. It didn't dwell on torture and the tortured like I was expecting. The ending is utterly unsatisfying, as they were making it up anyway......but I certainly don't have any desire to visit the South of Australia anytime soon, either.