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Ian Bonar is Stevie, a wannabe musician whose look is a hybrid of Jarvis Cocker and early Elvis Costello. Working with his drummer pal Neil (Matthew Baynton) in a call centre, they dream of breaking into the indie music scene. To do this they require additional band members. Step forward the driven (and drinking) guitarist Billy (Kieran Bew) and slightly scatty bassist Emily (Lyndsey Marshal), who has a sideline in making sculpture from hair.

Ian Bonar is Stevie, a wannabe musician whose look is a hybrid of Jarvis Cocker and early Elvis Costello. Working with his drummer pal Neil (Matthew Baynton) in a call centre, they dream of breaking into the indie music scene. To do this they require additional band members. Step forward the driven (and drinking) guitarist Billy (Kieran Bew) and slightly scatty bassist Emily (Lyndsey Marshal), who has a sideline in making sculpture from hair. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Paul H (ca) wrote: Michel Gondry at his wackiest best in this love story featuring two famous French actors. Although I like zany stuff this is a bit too random and bonkers for me and this stuff is best confined to music videos.

Carlos M (kr) wrote: A solid alternate story that ought to leave most trekkies and aficionados with major goosebumps thanks to its many awesome and well-inspired references - which compensate for how formulaic and intensely action-oriented it aims to be above everything else.

D M (ca) wrote: A documentary which shows where a handful of ex-porn stars have ended up after that career ends. Discussed are how they ended up in porn and why they got out as well elaborating on other parts of their life. A wide spectrum of personalities here with some totally rejecting their past (Crissy Moran is an anti-porn Christian activist, Houston has lost jobs as well as the respect of her daughter because of her past, and Roxy runs an anti-porn organization) yet others embracing it (Nina Hartley still is a major figure in the business). Some have started new careers (Tyffany Million is a bounty hunter and Mary Carey is a reality TV star; super-hot Raylene who talks of how her son saved her from that life must not have succeeded in real estate because she is back making movies as is Seka - the last two bits of info I have garnered through my own "research"). Others are completely retired (Asia Carrera is a single mom who moved to a small Utah town for its conservative-values). Also interviewed are the children of the "stars" as well as some directors, producers, writers, etc from the business. Most say they are happy with the decisions they have made, yet Luke Ford rightly points out no one really knows what torment goes on in another's head. A great point made is that "X is forever", these people can never escape their work because porn is so ingrained in our society. The Jewish influence in porn is extremely evident throughout this film. Pretty interesting.

Aaron B (ca) wrote: Not as bad as I was expecting. Yeah, it had a few groaners, and, yeah some crass humor, but, come on. What do you expect from a Rodney Dangerfield movie? It has its faults, but it's passable.

Amr M (ag) wrote: Another Stupid movie which learns you how to avoid further stupid movies and false ratings in your coming life!

Avishek C (br) wrote: "We call him Egghead, that man's got more degrees than a red hot thermometer." Old classics yeehaa!

William B (it) wrote: this thematically dark giallo set in the magisterial ambience of Venice (like the later and derivative 'Don't Look Now') is simply astounding leading up to the second shocking murder; unfortunately, the direction then becomes somewhat incoherent, Lado perhaps trying too hard to stick to the genre's formulae

Aran K (ru) wrote: Good fun,Bobby Darin vocals

Mary H (ag) wrote: I LOVE this movie!!!!!

Aron F (au) wrote: Love love love this movie!