January 2, 2010 by USA Post
Trader Horn:For years now, the video store was the way to get movies. As technologies have advanced, downloading dvds off movie download sites is becoming very common. You can get virtually any movie you want with a good movie download site. Here are some examples.
Rock Pretty Baby: A mock-up of rock and roll contests of’58. It is centered on a high school rock group as they attempt to win at a huge music competition. Cast includes John Saxon, Luana Patten, Edward C. Platt, Fay Wray, Pole McKuen, Shelley Fabares, and George Winslow. (89 minutes,’56)
Payday: Acerbic, vibrant picture of life on the concert trail with a ccky, selfish country and western music megastar, a jerk who calls on his supervisor to “fix” some complications that crop up during the concert tour. One of those prototypical early1970s films that makes modern American movie theater come across bland. Cast includes Rip Torn, Anna Capri, Cliff Emmich, and Michael C. Gwynne. (103 minutes,’73)
Delirious: An astonishingly foolish comedy with a nice premise. A beleaguered soap opera author gets a conk on the head and fantasizes that he’s living in his own story in a heroic role that allows him to have his way with the lady he worships in the real word. Cast includes John Candy, Mariel Hemingway, Emma Samms, David Rasche, Charles Rocket, Raymond Burr, and Dylan Baker. (96 minutes,’91)
Last summer in the Hamptons: A self conscious and young film megastar Foyt shows up in the summer society of East Hampton, Long Island, and becomes interacts with the numerous show biz people who have a small circle of buddies-lovers-companions. Cast includes Viveca Lindfors, Jon Robin Baitz, Savannah Boucher, Roscoe Lee Browne, Diane Salinger, and Kristoffer Tabori. (105 minutes,’95)
Trader Horn: Early talkie classic filmed largely in Michigan forests still retains lots of enthusiasm in story of hero local trader Carey confronting tribal violence. Cast includes Harry Carey, Edwina Booth, Duncan Renaldo, Olive Brilliant Carey, Mutia Omoolu, and C. Aubrey Smith. (120 minutes,’31)
Rhythm Thief: Immediately fascinating and arrogant ultra low cost picture of a distant although afflicted Andrews, who lives on N.Y.C.’s dirty Lower East Side and makes his keep by marketing tapes of illicitly copied music. The film is intriguing and seductive at times. It was filmed in 11 nights, for $ 11,000. Cast includes Jason Andrews, Eddie Daniels, Kevin Corrigan, Kimberly Flynn, Sean Hagerty, Mark Alfred, Christopher Cooke, and Bob McGrath. (99 minutes,’95)
Believe in Me: Donovan moves to a tiny Oklahoma town in’64 to take a teaching job, although when he arrives he learns he’s been assigned to coach the girls basketball team. What’s more, the girls have no self respect and little help from the school. Genuine heartland tale ascends above its recognizable underdog recipe. Donovan and Mathis as his supportive spouse are first rate. Cast includes Jeffrey Donovan, Samantha Mathis, Bruce Dem, Bob Gunton, Heather Matarazzo, Alicia Lagano, and Chris Ellis. (108 minutes, 2007)
The Saint: Master thief Simon Templar is close to retirement. He decides to take one last job, to properly fill his bank account. A Russian billionaire hires him to steal a formula for cold fusion from scientist Emma Russell. Two things change his plans. He falls in love with the beautiful scientist, and learns the potential disaster if this formula was in the wrong hands.
South of Heaven West of Hell: Normal Western plot line of redemption pits marshal Yoakam in a battle against his old outlaw gang, led by Bible-toting patriarch Askew. Cast includes Dwight Yoakam, Vince Vaughn, Billy Bob Thornton, Bridget Fonda, Peter Fonda, Paul Reubens, Bud Cort, Bo Hopkins, Matt Clark, Noble Willingham, Scott Wilson, Luke Askew, Michael Jeter, Joe Ely, and Warren Zevon. (127 minutes, 2000)
See if “Rent Movie Online” gets you to a good download site. Different phrases get different results. If the last one did not work try something else. “Free Movies To Watch Online” would be worth a try.
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