Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Homer and Eddie |
The Lost Collection
Actors: Angelyne, Pat Ast, Katherine Barrese, Angelo Bertolini, Marjorie Bransfeld
Genres: Comedy, Drama
A retarded man get help from a sociopathic woman when tries to reunite with his dying father, who years earlier disowned him. She's ruthless - He's witless - They're on the road together and falling apart at the seams!
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S.I.M. | Buena Park, CA | 02/26/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I still remember this movie after all theses years, and I believed I have only seen this once or twice. It was shown in the best atmosphere...I was up 2 AM or so, and everything is just so quiet at that time. I felt every emotion of this film thoroughly. This movie is one of those gems, and I'm not suprised, because the 80's produced several memorable movies for me. This movie deals with longing, hopefulness, virginity, and some fun. I used to try to look for this movie from time to time, and had forgotten the title. I was irritated , because I remembered the name Eddie, and everytime I'd look it up; the title; Eddie, that basketball movie w/ Whoop would show up, and I'm like NOoooo!!! Well I will continue my search for a dvd, and if not I'll just order the VHS, there is still many good movies which haven't made the switch: The Dummy (starring Levar Burton), Leadbelly, and some others I'd really like to own."
It's NOT a comedy movie !
S.I.M. | 07/03/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Don't get mistaken. It is NOT a comedy movie. Rather a road movie with a bitter taste to it. As Whoopie Goldberg plays a vagrant with a tumor in her head which is slowly killing her and Belushi plays a retard who's in search of his parents who have left him behind in hospital 14 years ago.This is rather a drama and shows superior acting skills by both main characters. Definitely worth an oscar (but never nominated). So don't go thinking this is a family movie that you can watch during christmas eve !! It is NOT."
No comedy that
Eolake | Lancashire, United Kingdom | 11/15/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I saw this when it was first out, and I was shocked that it was billed as a comedy (like Nicolas Cage's The Weather Man also was last year), when it was nothing at all like a comedy. In fact it was a quite depressing movie. I suspect that those responsible for writing movie posters just don't bother to actually watch the movie, and just guess on the genre, based on the starring actors.