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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...

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

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Genres Mystery, Thriller, Crime
Director Joshua Coates
Writer Mitchell Bass, Joshua Coates
Stars Eric Roberts, Gregg Christie, Torrei Hart, Alice Rose
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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Tuesday, 30 Jun 2020 13:35

We are in the late 1980's. It's New Years Eve and Holly and a few friends have decided to go out for a midnight date. One of them is Holly, a good-looking, working-class woman. One of the guys is a flamboyant gay guy, and they don't like each other. Holly is a prostitute, and the others keep their distance. Holly is in a relationship with another man, and she is living a life she doesn't really want. But on New Years Eve, she comes home to her boyfriend's house. While her friends are eating dinner, Holly sneaks up behind the boyfriend, and kills him with a knife. Holly is enraged, and the boyfriend's body is discovered by his girlfriend. They have a fight, and Holly beats her girlfriend senseless with a frying pan. But Holly doesn't even know her boyfriend's name, so she has no choice but to call his name and take his wallet. From that moment on, the boyfriend is definitely dead. He is dead, and Holly and the others decide to keep quiet about his death. That's the ending. But this story is about more than a murder. Holly, despite being a prostitute, has a very strong will. She decides to keep her past private, and she does it at night, in her own home. As she goes about doing that, a big secret is revealed: She's actually a drug-addicted prostitute. When Holly eventually comes clean about her past, she decides that her life is better than that of the others. The other women, however, are less sure. They don't like Holly's lifestyle, but they do not want her to get away with it. They want to keep their relationship secret, and they don't want to let Holly know about her past. They just want to live their lives normally. But Holly is determined to keep her secrets to herself. Holly takes care of her children, and she's been looking for a job. She decides to try out for a night-shift at a pharmacy. The pharmacy is a rather dangerous place, so Holly does her best to keep her job a secret. At first, she has a great job, but soon, a new employee shows up in the pharmacy. She isn't happy about her new job, but she can't say anything about it. And then, the pharmacy is robbed, and Holly is the only one who knew about it. Holly is soon the center of suspicion, because she has been seen leaving the pharmacy. The other employees are busy taking care of their own problems. In the end, Holly is the only one who knows about the robbery, and she's the only one who can reveal it. And she says nothing. In a way, Holly is the perfect person to do that. If Holly had been more open with the other employees, and had tried harder to keep her past secret, they could have been better off. And if Holly had been more open with the other employees, then the pharmacy could have been safer. But Holly wasn't that. She was a lying, deceitful, crazy woman, and she wanted everyone else to feel the same way. She wanted them to do what she wanted. And then, she had to do something. She had to tell the truth, or die trying. That's the flaw of Holly's character. She doesn't know that she's a liar, and that she needs to be told the truth, or she dies.
Thursday, 21 May 2020 07:51

What is it about the films of Danny Boyle? For me, the Big Apple is always a strange place. I have lived there for some time and always felt out of place. But after seeing Danny Boyle's "Trainspotting" I feel safe in the City of Angels. Boyle's films, like this one, are dark and twisted. The dialogues are often subtle, just like a person speaking in my case. But Danny Boyle never knows what will happen next. He uses his camera for a kind of karma. In the scenes where he shows us the perverse behavior of the characters, he tries to show us the things we see in the movies. He brings us the feeling of the characters and their predicament. In the same way, when the story happens he asks us to think about what the characters experience. He uses that kind of dialogue to give us clues. Then the film goes through the change of mood. This was not the case in "Babel." I found it too easy to guess what was going to happen next. Boyle tries to include many aspects of life in his movies: war, prostitution, drugs, sex, and the loss of innocence. It is a challenge to understand the events that unfold. Sometimes it is difficult to know what is real and what is not, but that is the fun of this film. In my opinion, the ending was very mysterious and left me thinking about what would happen next. Some people are not happy with this film, because they have negative stereotypes about England, but I thought it was very good. It made me think about some things I had heard about it. I love the atmosphere, the music, the color and the lighting. This is the kind of film that should be seen by everyone.
Sunday, 17 May 2020 09:38

While a movie can be boring sometimes, sometimes it can be a terrific flick! "Holly Would" is a great example of this. "Holly Would" is a thriller that is both thrilling and thrilling at the same time. It has a great opening scene, with the great music and the fantastic voice over by Melissa Leo. Then we see the main character, Mary, an actress who takes a job to act in a play. She works in a nursing home, where she is given a part, which she doesn't like at all. The nurse, who also happens to be the mysterious woman who works in the home, appears to be a friend of Mary's and asks Mary if she would like to become a part of the group that helps the residents. Mary accepts and soon, the group gets picked up by the mysterious woman. While I was never as bored as I was in the beginning of the film, I still had a lot of fun watching this film. Melissa Leo's voice over is great and so is her acting. She is very convincing in this film, especially with her accent. Her performance in this film was very convincing. As for the acting, it is well done, and I thought Melissa Leo did a good job in this movie. The rest of the cast was also good. There are many little details in this film that make this film so unique. For example, when Mary finds out that the mysterious nurse is her "friend", she says, "She doesn't seem like her at all". Then, the nurse starts to tell her about the group that works at the home, and Mary keeps on thinking "They don't seem like they know me". I think this is one of the most memorable lines in a movie ever! Also, the scene where the main character leaves the group is one of the most suspenseful scenes I've ever seen. I was on the edge of my seat, as Mary runs into a side door, and a crowd of nurses surround her. They say "Oh, she's on the phone with the police", and then, when she goes into the side door, it opens and a man runs in and says "Oh, he's on the phone with the police". The thought of Mary running into a place that they don't know each other is so scary. But then, when she goes to the window, and she is staring out at the crowd, she goes to the side door, and the crowd seems to disappear. Then, Mary is pulled out of the crowd by a nurse who looks to be about 50, and she goes to the door. And, Mary gets down on one knee and says "The nurse says "If you could come to the office, please come to the office"". This scene is very memorable. I think that the ending of this movie, where Mary and her mother and the nurse meet up at the scene where the nurse is calling Mary's name, is great. That is a great ending to the movie. It is a great ending that I thought I would never see again, because it is a really good ending. But, this film, "Holly Would" is a great thriller. I highly recommend this film, "Holly Would".

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