Rena Riffel (Showgirls/Mulholland Drive) stars in her directorial debut, the B Movie Musical Retro Satire, Trasharella. Transforming into a recycling trashy super hero, it is up to Trasharella to kill the Hollywood Vampire.
An under-employed and over-indulgent misfit aims to turn his life around through sobriety and religion while moving into the least supportive environment for either: an apartment with his ... See full summary »
In São Paulo, the incorruptible drug enforcement detectives Tom and Nil are investigating the deaths of call girls. Their boss Dudão is pressed by the secretary of Public Security to solve ... See full summary »
In Texas, the insecure Reno Rizolla has been living with his girlfriend Holly for six months. Reno is jealous but does not want to get married now with Holly that promises to give him a bj only after their marriage. Reno does not accept to have roommates since his last girlfriend betrayed him with his roomie. Reno is unsuccessfully trying to sell a boxing bag that he has invented. Out of the blue, Reno is fired from his job and evicted from his home. However his Uncle Charlie unexpectedly dies in Los Angeles and Reno and Holly travel to the City of Angels. Reno learns that have inherited a mansion and the Mercedes Benz from his uncle, but no money since Charlie had spent his fortune with a stripper. Further, the manor still have five years mortgage loan to be paid. Without any other option, they decide to rent two rooms to pay the debts. The handsome Chad and the sexy Nicole rent the rooms and Reno and Holly become jealous of them. Reno has not patented his boxing bag and soon he ... Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Oh boy.. This movie is so mediocre I don't really know what exactly to write about it.
I think it's easier to write what it's not:
It's not very entertaining. It's not original. And there's not one character in the whole movie I cared about.
Kind of reminds me of a certain reality TV show on MTV, but without any interesting people. It just drags on and on and I could hardly wait for it to end. The only thing that kept me from switching it off was Jennifer Lyons (c:
I thought a long time about this movie to find one good thing to say about it. What I liked was the reminder not to judge a person by the first impression you get (as Holly did when she accused Nicole) which earns it a score of 2 out of 10 instead of a 1.
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