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Hollywould is a movie starring Eric Roberts, Torrei Hart, and Alice Rose. Award winning writer, celebrity Mark Travis seeks inspiration by returning to his hometown. What he finds is not what he expected. Her name is Holly. What...

Crime, Thriller, Mystery
Joshua Coates
Eric Roberts, Alice Rose, Gregg Christie, Torrei Hart

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Genres Crime, Thriller, Mystery
Director Joshua Coates
Writer Joshua Coates, Mitchell Bass
Stars Eric Roberts, Alice Rose, Gregg Christie, Torrei Hart
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 30 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Award winning writer, celebrity Mark Travis seeks inspiration by returning to his hometown. What he finds is not what he expected. Her name is Holly. What Holly would do, is like nothing Mark has ever experienced before.

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Sunday, 24 Jan 2021 13:39

Sydney Pollack has come up with a gripping, imaginative and emotionally compelling thriller. It's like something out of a classic 70's film noir, but a whole lot better. It's a dark story of a husband and wife caught up in an arranged marriage, but it's also an intimate and thought-provoking one. When we first meet the husband and wife, it's dark. I was drawn in immediately. Even though it's based on a true story, I never really knew who they were. And I didn't really know anything about the son, either. It wasn't until later in the film that I really started to get into the story. And once I got into it, I really was hooked. Sydney Pollack creates a suspenseful, claustrophobic world where it feels like you're trapped in one room for the entire duration of the film. It's a world that's built from the ground up to be dark and creepy. I love how he has the characters find out who the father is and why the wife has been in that house for the past five years. The rest of the story is about the husband and wife trying to come to grips with the fact that the husband is being infidelity. It's the kind of thing that you want to see happen to you, and you want to see them come to terms with their relationship. And it really does. This is a great film for the whole family, and even if you're not a fan of thrillers, it's a terrific film. My advice is to see it as soon as you can. It's not the most realistic movie out there, but I really didn't mind. It's just a different kind of thrill.
Thursday, 19 Nov 2020 11:41

I will say that this film is a great story told in a style that is unlike anything you've ever seen before. There are some things that you can't get out of your head. It's really hard to describe it but it is what it is. I really do not want to give it away, but I will say that the film is about as solid as a five dollar bill. It was a big, bold, and bolder film. There are times when you don't see the whole story and you want to know what's going on but you just can't see it. Other times you want to see it and you don't because you're too close to the characters and the plot. This film does a good job of using the flashbacks to tell the story. I was very impressed with the first few minutes, and the only thing I can say is, that you are very apt to care about the characters and the plot. I'm going to warn you though, this is a very slow and contemplative film. If you can't tell from the trailer, this is going to be a dark film. The film is a very powerful one, but it does feel a little disjointed. I would say this is the one film I will probably see again and enjoy again. It's a very strong film, and it is a great film. It's a bit slow and a little disjointed but it is a great film. I'm giving it a 7 out of 10, but there is a small asterisk that I'm going to mention. The ending is a little weird. I can't say what it is, but it is a little weird. It's just one of those things that you could do it differently, but I'll say this, if you can handle it, it's a great ending. It's a great film and it's a great ending. I'm going to go back to this film again. I'm going to buy it when it comes out. It's a great film. It's a great ending.
Monday, 02 Nov 2020 08:17

The little kids (6-8 years) of the 1960s had to be looking forward to seeing their parents' "A" list movies. They were offered movies like "In & Out" (1972), "Rosemary's Baby" (1973), "The Ladykillers" (1974) and "The Day of the Locust" (1974). There was something about the small size of the cast and the small budget that made them all so appealing. They were different in their own ways, but they all had their charm and that was what made them watchable. That's what this movie is about. It's the little kids' story of two of the best of the bunch: "The Day of the Locust" (1975) and "The Ladykillers." In my opinion, "The Ladykillers" is the better of the two, mainly because it has the most fascinating characters and because it is more realistic and realistic enough to have been set in the 70s. The children of the 1960s were spoiled children. They were not quite there yet. The fact that they were so spoiled was what made the rest of the world of today so fascinated with them. The movie is about a young couple, Jesse and Meg, who just moved into a new home. Jesse's father, Mr. Tinkle, wants to sell the house to a developer who wants to demolish it and make way for an expensive subdivision. Jesse wants to stay, but Mr. Tinkle refuses. Mr. Tinkle, an alcoholic, is a real pain in the rear. Jesse's parents send him to live with his aunt and uncle. Jesse's uncle is a real menace to Jesse and his sister. Mr. Tinkle is an accomplished musician who has a knack for making everyone sing. He puts his girls through the ringer. Jesse is the new kid in town, and Mr. Tinkle is the main reason for his sudden fame. This movie is a bit different than the others. The reason why I don't like the other ones is that they were all all too simple, formulaic, and they all followed a very simple storyline. The movie is much more complex. The people in this movie are complex and unique. The actress who played Meg in the "A" list movies was really good, but she wasn't a major star, so she didn't get that much screen time. The other people in the movie were also good, but they weren't top-drawer. In my opinion, the story of this movie is really good. I liked the way it ended. It was great. The acting was good, and I enjoyed the story. I also liked the movie because of the actors, who all really performed well. The two children, I thought, were very good. I think they were doing a good job. It was great seeing them in the movie. They all had some good screen presence. They had a great presence. Overall, this was a great movie that was worth seeing. It was a great movie that was well worth seeing. I give this movie a B+.

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