Being Michael Madsen

Being Michael Madsen

Actor Michael Madsen turns the tables on notorious paparazzo, Billy Dant, by hiring a trio of documentary filmmakers to chronicle Dant's life, loves, and troubles.

Actor Michael Madsen turns the tables on notorious paparazzo, Billy Dant, by hiring a trio of documentary filmmakers to chronicle Dant's life, loves, and troubles. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Being Michael Madsen torrent reviews

Dave R (br) wrote: Well it was pretty dumb movie but I sure got a lot of good laughs out of it thats for sure just not a zombie movie I seen before they made it more funny then a horror movie

Pierluigi P (fr) wrote: Although it gets reiterative trying to establish boring "factual scientific points" in the plot, that raw and unnerving industrial score and, especially, Barbara Hershey's admirable performance, help to sense some of the anguish shown.

Hrant B (kr) wrote: If not for Helen Mirren and Al Pacino this movie would have been a dud. I didn't care much about the plot nor the thought about what Spector did in his career as the man behind the music. This movie was more about the relationship between Spector and his lawyer.

Cole E (ru) wrote: Positives: cinematography, Paul Giamatti's acting, incredibly fun and gorey action scenesNegatives: Everything else

Daniel O (nl) wrote: Pretty good for an independent film. It was slow in some areas but eventually made up for it. The movie in general isnt very original but still, its a good watch. The only thing that made me mad was the ending. It just kinda leaves you saying "HUH"? Thats the only downfall.

Leonard D (nl) wrote: An enjoyable action from beginning to end, despite the little annoyance from Sean William Scott, trying to prove to us that his comedic skills are still tolerable till the very least!

Andrew D (it) wrote: Hilarious and heart-warming, Tootsie is anchored by Hoffman's pitch-perfect performance, and Pollack's straight-sighted direction.

Settimio P (kr) wrote: Imaginative and artificial, seductive and repulsive, joyous and melancholic, this film investigated identity, sexuality, gender, and desire in a visually stunning and emotionally compelling manner. Using a range of techniques and uniting the popular with the experimental, this film walks the line between pornography and art.

peter h (it) wrote: SPOOK-A-THON! October 2011 REVIEW #:017 Roger Corman's THE TOMB OF LIGEIA [1964]: In the fashion of any good horror film series like the old saying "all good things must come to an end", after Eight feature length films cult movie legend and B-Movie Mogul Roger Corman ended his movie adaptations of the gothic tales of Edgar Allen Poe with the 1964 film THE TOMB OF LIGEIA. What began in 1960 as an American answer to England's popular Gothic horror films of Hammer Studios, the Corman-Poe series had started off to be kind of artistic, in the middle became highly campy and in the last film the moody atmosphere had returned in this final film. Based upon Poe's short story LIGEIA, THE TOMB OF LIGEIA sees the star of most of the series Vincent Price return for his last outing in what can be described as one of the most unique films in the series. Atmospheric and not so studio bound THE TOMB OF LIGEIA like the previous film THE MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH [1964] was shot in England and in a visually bold move had a lot of outdoor sequences in broad daylight. THE PLOTLINE: After the Widower Verdean (Price) buries his late and strong willed wife The Lady Ligeia in the ruins of his ancient monastery, several years later a Fox Hunt takes place near the grounds. After The Lady Rowena (Elizabeth Sheppard), the daughter of a Local Lord comes across the grounds and after being started by a Black Cat, she comes across the mysterious widower. Rowena starts to fall for Verdean and eventually the pair marries but when it comes high time to leave the ruins of the monastery, someone is not happy for them to leave The Lady Ligeia. OVERALL THOUGHTS: Price instead of being a source of camp humour in other Corman-Poe films like THE RAVEN, Price seems to play the part of Verdean in the same creepy and cold fashion he did for the role of Roderick Usher in the first Corman-Poe film THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER. As for the stunning use of natural light in this film, Corman broke away from his studio bound style of the previous films and had most of the film shot out doors on some stunning landscapes. Shots of the fox hunt, The English Sea Side, A Victorian Wedding procession, and of course the shots of those ruins of that monastery, Corman visually acknowledged the home of his competitors of Hammer Studios. To think that even in his early B-Grade films like CREATURE FROM THE HAUNTED SEA [1961] that was shot on location in Puerto Rico is interesting to see the Studio Bound style of this series break loose in this film is a welcome realise and a befitting ending to this horror series. My rating for THE TOMB OF LIGEIA gets a solid 70% from me.

Julian W (ag) wrote: A compilation of three animes. Stink Bomb is a lot of fun and Cannon Fodder is interesting. Magnetic Rose is the crown jewel here and one of the top 3 anime movies. So go see it, now!

o (nl) wrote: Jerry is crazy . He directed this as well.

Steve M (it) wrote: King Herod of Judea (Purdom) struggles to keep his throne and his life after supporting the wrong side in a revolt against the Roman Empire. He is successful in appeasing the Romans, but when he returns to his palace, his scheming son--the Herod who would rule Judea during the time of Jesus Christ--poisons his mind with lies that his best friend Aaron (Manni) had an affair with Herod's beloved Queen Meriam (Lopez) in his absense. Herod's jealousy and anger soon destroys him and all around him. "Herod the Great" is a stagey, Shakespeare-like tragedy; it's like "King Lear" crossed with "Othello" and dumbed down. The entire film feels like it was adapted directly from a stage play and every featured actor is performing as if they're playing to the back row of a theatre. Purdom in particular comes across as if he's on stage and this leads to the intimate love scenes with Sylvia Lopez come across as laughable. On the upside, the film features impressive sets and colorful costumes, with several of the female actors appearing in "attribute enhancing" outfits that never existed outside the fantasy versions of ancient times that are featured in movies like this. So, even though the movie is too long and the soliquies like a comic book imitation of Shakespeare the scenery is pretty enough to make the film worth sitting through. But only if you've got nothing better to do. Herod the GreatStarring: Edmund Purdom, Sylvia Lopez, Ettore Manni, Sandra Milo, and Massimo GirottiDirector: Viktor Tourjanski

William S (ca) wrote: Meh. Reese Witherspoon and Matthew Broderick are great actors but this movie is awfully vulgar.

Ted S (es) wrote: This is a very good movie that can stand on its own without the Rocky legend. It's an intriguing story about a retired fighter, who's down on his luck, dealing with adversity with class and the occasional right hook.

Steve G (ag) wrote: Absolutely one of my favourite films. Spielberg captures the magic of a kids film that is also enjoyable for adults.