Other nondescript films included Holy Roller, The Conspirator, Tomorrow When the World Began, Sucker Punch, The Resident, Hall Pass, The Adjustment Bureau, The Rite, West is West, I Am Number Four, Just Go With It, Never Let Me Go, A Little Bit of Heaven, Henry's Crime, Dream House and Reuniting the Rubins.
What does HR stand for?
HR stands for Holy Roller (band)
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- Hiroko Nakamura (classical pianist)
- Historical Romance (genre)
- History of Religions (various organizations)
- History Record
- Hit and Run
- Hit Rate
- Hofrat (Austrian Public Authority Degree)
- Hogeschool Rotterdam (Dutch school)
- Hold-Relax (PNF technique)
- Holographic Repatterning
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15 HOLY ROLLERS Young Sam Lord, from an Orthodox Jewish community in Brooklyn, is lured into becoming an ecstasy dealer by his pal who has ties to an Israel drug cartel.
The actor said he was in meetings for Holy Rollers for nearly two years but the movie only took 18 days to film.
Holy Rollers 15, 88 mins Super 18, 96 mins The Princess of Montpensier 15, 139mins Holy Rollers is an independent film inspired by actual events in the late nineties when Hasidic Jews were recruited as mules to smuggle ecstasy from Europe into the US.
HOLY ROLLERS (15, 88 mins) 6/10 BASED on the true story of Jewish drug mules who smuggled ecstasy into the United States from Europe, Kevin Asch's drama headlines Jesse Eisenberg in a very different guise to his Oscar-nominated role in The Social Network.
Holy Rollers (15, 88 mins) BASED on the true story of Jewish drug mules who smuggled Ecstasy into the United States from Europe, Sam Gold (Jesse Eisenberg) is a Hasid living in one of Brooklyn's Orthodox Jewish enclaves.
HOLY ROLLERS 88mins Opens Friday, July 8 Two young New York Orthodox Jews - Jesse (The Social Network) Eisenberg and Justin (The Hangover) Bartha - start dealing in Ecstasy for an Israeli cartel.
You couldn't fault the band, especially guitarist Paul Rigby who stole the limelight on Holy Rollers and Will It Grow thanks to reverb-soaked mini-solos while backing singer Kelly Hogan added some Southern charm to War Is Kind.