Eat the Peach Reviews

  • Feb 04, 2013

    Two Irish unemployed young men fight boredom by building a dangerous cylindrical motorcycle stunt, suddenly inspired by the Wall of Death in the Elvis movie Roustabout. This Irish production clumsily tries to follow in the footsteps of other ones of the kind, but fails to seem interesting with its dull pace and tired subject that was apparently but not interestingly based on a true story.

    Two Irish unemployed young men fight boredom by building a dangerous cylindrical motorcycle stunt, suddenly inspired by the Wall of Death in the Elvis movie Roustabout. This Irish production clumsily tries to follow in the footsteps of other ones of the kind, but fails to seem interesting with its dull pace and tired subject that was apparently but not interestingly based on a true story.

  • Feb 12, 2010

    Whimsical Thatcher-era UK offering about a recently laid-off factory worker & his brother-in-law who latch onto the idea of doing a globe-of-death motorcycle attraction for various monetary & metaphorical reasons. With an Elvis movie as the inspiration, it's as tenacious as an open-faced meatloaf sandwich. Was marketed in the US with "Jonathan Demme presents..."

    Whimsical Thatcher-era UK offering about a recently laid-off factory worker & his brother-in-law who latch onto the idea of doing a globe-of-death motorcycle attraction for various monetary & metaphorical reasons. With an Elvis movie as the inspiration, it's as tenacious as an open-faced meatloaf sandwich. Was marketed in the US with "Jonathan Demme presents..."