Search - Layover on DVD

Actors: Sherri Alexander, J.P. Bumstead, Jeffrey Castillo, Mindee Clem, Lee Garlington
Genres: Drama, Mystery & Suspense
R     2002     1hr 35min


Larger Image

Movie Details

Actors: Sherri Alexander, J.P. Bumstead, Jeffrey Castillo, Mindee Clem, Lee Garlington
Genres: Drama, Mystery & Suspense
Sub-Genres: Drama, Mystery & Suspense
Studio: 20th Century Fox
Format: DVD - Color - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 12/17/2002
Original Release Date: 08/22/2001
Theatrical Release Date: 08/22/2001
Release Year: 2002
Run Time: 1hr 35min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: R (Restricted)
Languages: English
See Also:

Similar Movies

Niagara Motel
   PG-13   2008   1hr 30min
Director: Carl Bessai
   R   2008   1hr 40min
Blown Away
Director: Brenton Spencer
   R   2003   1hr 32min
Never Forever
Director: Gina Kim
   R   2008   1hr 42min
Poison Ivy The Secret Society
Director: Jason Hreno
   UR   2009   1hr 35min

Similarly Requested DVDs

Keep Your Distance
Director: Stu Pollard
   R   2006   1hr 34min
Slow Burn
Director: Wayne Beach
   R   2007   1hr 33min
88 Minutes
Director: Jon Avnet
   R   2008   1hr 48min
American Beauty
Widescreen Edition
Director: Sam Mendes
   R   2000   2hr 2min
What Just Happened
   R   2009   1hr 44min
Funny People
Director: Judd Apatow
   UR   2009   2hr 26min
Best Laid Plans
Widescreen, Special Edition
Director: Mike Barker
   R   2000   1hr 32min
Eye of the Beholder
   R   2000   1hr 49min
Dirt The Complete First Season
   2007   10hr 7min

Movie Reviews

One of Hasselhoff's best drama's (not for children)
A. Knoll | United States | 02/26/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This is one of many movies that are slow yet you can't keep your eyes off the screen. So I found myself talking to my four legged kids why the character Dan (Hasselhoff) was married to this woman. Hasselhoff's character tried endless reasoning with his wife to no avail she even starts an arguement when he calls her from the airport. In one scene David Hasselhoff wears ("wears"?)less than his swimsuit has a brief encounter at the airport with a woman of all places in the baggage store room. Things begin to keep you glued to the set after Hasselhoff's character meets the womans husband once again. The ending is just not what you expect and of course it's not what Dan(Hasselhoff) expected either. Although if you're not paying attention to what Dan's (Hasselhoff) occupation is you will find yourself feeling pretty stupid at the end of the movie. You'll be talking to yourself or your four legged kids and saying "duh, I totally forgot about that". Just remember all the characters are having an affair, no one is who you think they are. The only person who really fairs at the end is Dan (Hasselhoff). I would give David Hasselhoff five stars for this movie I think he's been underated as an actor and a singer it's just the movie was slow it really needed something to pick it up. This is a good acting movie for Hasselhoff he shows us his dramatic side...would I think twice about buying the movie? No, before they are sold out I would purchase the dvd make a bowl of popcorn draw a blanket around you and hope the 120lb dog remembers he's not a poodle, he's not a lap dog the movie and popcorn are yours. Good date movie. Congrats David."
Greek Philosphy no hassle for Hasselhoff & McElroy
Bevan Kay | Liverpool, South Africa. | 01/05/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Beyond the goofy pun in the title Layover is a rewarding journey that explores Plato's famous theory of the soul. Being a huge aficionado of Platonic discourse it is rumoured that Hasselhoff jumped on this project feet first. This moving movie basically contemporizes the Greek philosophers incendiary response to the licentious Sophists who sought to use their philosophies to manipulate morality. In this movie McElroy and Hasselhoff delve into this issue reminding us the importance of morality, and the way in which it shapes our ability to be truly happy. Beyond the rigorously researched script McElroy employs some top-notch cinematic techniques. One of the hottest scenes I have been witness to in the last decade of my life (even hotter than the Stone vs. Stallone shower scene in '94s box office smash The Specialist) is the smouldering seduction of "Dan" (Hasselhoff) by bearded barman Donald Scufffofi (played by hoary enchantress Yvonne Scio); not only does this scene titillate (in the most tasteful manner) it also challenges us as viewers. The seduction occurs in a "baggage" room, and not only is it "baggage" its "lost baggage". The room symbolizes for us the emotional load Dan (Hasselhoff) is carrying around with him, but not only that, it is the baggage that is misplaced after years of being a negligent husband. This type of symbolism is skilfully employed throughout the movie, especially found in airport, police station and superette robbery scenes.To conclude, between Hasselhoff's passion for acting and Platonic discourse and McElroy's skilful direction and dedication to a truly scholarly script the screen explodes with daring, sexy action that is edifying and exciting. Gentlemen, please take a bow."