A Short Film About John Bolton is a darkly hip and hilarious film explores the question that torments artists of every medium: "Where do your ideas come from?" Renowned artist John Bolton's paintings of voluptuous she-vampire nudes have earned this quiet eccentric a reputation for having a "damaged imagination." BBC radio personality Jonathan Ross buys his pieces, which leads interviewer extraordinaire Marcus Brigstocke to find out what the appeal is in Bolton's beautiful (but terrifying) artwork. Why does Bolton demand that his gallery "monsterpieces" speak for themselves? What does he do with that ornamental knife that he carries everywhere? Will Marcus ever learn how to operate the camera?
familiar s (it) wrote: A very, very disappointing courtroom drama. Let alone the performances, the script itself is ridiculously stale, with no novelty in execution. 0.5/5 because I'm in a generous mood.
Alphonso B (de) wrote: it's okay! I watched this movie with my son and he said it was four stars! That's priceless to me! Watch with your little ones.
Amanda N (mx) wrote: Not as spectacular as it could've been, but it's still hilarious.
Kharami S (it) wrote: Great movie if you like learning about emotions and possibilities of manifestation. The side stories echo real life... What relationship isnt influenced by friends & roommates? The women are attractive, not perfect, the guy is pretty down to earth & really cool(not amazing). Some reviewers seam to indicate a not happy ending... Maybe the missed the last scene in totality. Kinda of a skin fest for a little while, then the more life like drama insue's. When a mans personal life is over challenged, yes...then this mans professional life may become compromised. Even one scean where there's a "public argument" it goes down pretty realistic, to the point that it demos a women's usage of public humiliation at her fellas j.o.b. The main characters were very likable, authentic and enjoyable. If your up for a emotive, sexual and dramatically engaging movie, then this movie is worth a try. Warning...the first song sucks...it does get better!Btw, I like ideas. This movie demo'ed some of them, NICE!
Brett B (it) wrote: Horrible, busta not only killed Mikey, but the franchise with this one.
Alex F (jp) wrote: I enjoyed the 1970s and early '80s atmosphere. It was dark but it could've been darker. I love the way Dirk starts out so innocent, and even in later scenes, when he's on the way down, he's shown as somewhat feeble-minded: I've never seen this done before. Perhaps if the main character had been a female, this feeble-mindedness would've been called sexist and degrading. Somehow the least convincing actor was Reynolds. On the whole, a fine movie. Glad I finally saw it, 18 years after it came out....
Brad S (mx) wrote: Loved this one as a kid, but it hasn't aged well. The fighting is like they are in slow motion, which they aren't. The blood effects are bad and the acting is cheesy, but the film holds sentimental value. I think this is the type of film that should be remade as this is some name recognition for kids of the Eighties and there's lots of room for improvement on the film. For Ninja fans only!
Joshua D (kr) wrote: Scorsese's second film and only western, Boxcar Bertha is an entertaining yet not so fulfilling film. I'm not a big fan of this era, which I didn't let affect my rating, but Scorsese knows how to direct his camera around anything. He is a mastermind. The actors all did well and Hershey was great. The thing the movie lacked was a true desire to move forward. The script and story needed work.
Billy C (gb) wrote: Really breath-taking film. Both Football fans and movie fans will enjoy this movie.
Peyton B (mx) wrote: I'm a Rooster Teeth fan so my review would certainly be lower if I didn't know about them. It has too much high school drama and not enough good comedy. I would think that after doing RVB they would have an idea of what good comedy looks like. The jokes were absolutely horrendous and the acting was just as bad. The general idea was very interesting. I liked the idea of having the suit separated and worn by multiple people. That's about the only good thing going for this movie. Overall the writing, acting, and characters were just unbearable and I couldn't bring myself to enjoy the movie.