Raised in the Tennessee mountains, Wayne White started his career as a cartoonist in NYC. He quickly found success as one of the creators of the Pee-wee's Playhouse TV show which soon led to more work designing some of the most arresting and iconic images in pop culture. Recently his word paintings featuring pithy and and often sarcastic text statements finely crafted onto vintage landscape paintings have made him a darling of the fine art world. The movie chronicles the vaulted highs and crushing lows of an artist struggling to find peace and balance between his professional work and his personal art. This is especially complicated for a man who struggles with the virtues he most often mocks in his art...Vanity, ego and fame.
Peter A (nl) wrote: If the time has come to resurrect Hanna-Barbara characters as cartoons again, why in the hell would you start with Top Cat? Weren't the live-action/CGI adaptations of Scooby Doo, Yogi Bear and The Smurfs (twice) bad enough?
Jody B (es) wrote: Loved it. Of course, I have roots in Castletownbere, and it was thrilling to see the town. I had just visited there when the movie came out.
Orlok W (nl) wrote: Family relationships can be complicated by the emergence of a personal identity, territory and desire to belong... Life is tough when you're different--Have you ever heard the word "MUST" ? It comes from this kind of movie!!
Jeshwanth P (kr) wrote: Gud movie.. though it shares some similarities of 'State Of Play'
Graham M (gb) wrote: Better than El Mariachi but not by a huge amount. Noteworthy for a few crazy action scenes and not much else.
Alex V (de) wrote: The countless documentaries are far superior to this paint by numbers story of the story.
Calyre Z (kr) wrote: "Police Academy 3 : instructeurs de choc"
Max N (us) wrote: Ultimo suspiro del mas independiente de los independientes. Otra obra de camara que captura con talento la interaccion domestica, donde convergen la frustracion, la incapacidad de amar y la locura. Gena Rowlands esta por los cielos, regalando una actuacion inquietante, al limite del desagrado. Cassavetes esta impresionante como actor y como director ni hablar, un deber para cualquiera que se precie de querer el cine. No califica como obra maestra solo por un innecesario numero musical y una banda sonora horrorosa, sin embargo errores que no la condenan. Excelente.
Najem S (nl) wrote: A movie about desire, in the sense that Jacques Lacan would put it. A metaphor of the struggle between the drives toward Life and Death.
David M (au) wrote: It's more of a soft-core porno than a horror. I almost feel bad for it.
Christina E (au) wrote: Awesome premise. Bad execution. Interesting minor twists. You stay interested but bored at the same time.
James B (ru) wrote: one of the silliest, and funniest movies ever made! the action of a kung fu flick, with the silly fun of a comedy! but don't think it stops there, it even has a plot, and even so values! doesn't matter who you are, you will love this film!
Steven V (it) wrote: WOW! So many brilliant Hollywood blockbuster hits in 2014. However, this might just be my favourite of the comic book movies that were just as awesome (except Amazing Spider-Man 2).I love that they threw away The Last Stand and just reset their entire universe. The plot is exciting yet intriguing. The cast was terrific in their respective roles. The CGI and action was also pretty excellent.The movie was fricking awesome, even as much as Marvel's The Avengers. Welcome back, Bryan Singer! To the franchise you should never leave (until the time has come for a reboot).
isaac b (it) wrote: The Avengers Age of Ultron is very interesting when it comes to making a sequel that already was kind of dull. Do not get me wrong, I think the Avengers film was great character and cast wise, but I also think that the script could have been better. That being said, this should give you an idea of what I am about to say about this current Avengers film. I believe that Age of Ultron was a rushed script because the word "age" of Ultron last about a week. Secondly, I did not like how the writers try to make the script focused on all the characters, this can be extremely difficult, instead of just splitting them into groups then a finale of all of them together.