Joe Spencer, a member of a motorcycle gang, is taking a shower. After his bout with personal hygiene, Joe encounters Andy Warhol's "superstars," who engage him in conversation. The superstars crack jokes he doesn't understand and continually correct his poor pronunciation in an attempt to deflate his machismo. In response to these provocations, Joe becomes more obscene and more boasting, but ultimately, he cannot compete with the put-downs that are part of the put-on performances of the Warhol superstars, who prevail over him in the end.
- Stars:Joseph Spencer, Ed Wiener, Vera Cruz, George Ann, Bruce Ann, Ed Hood, Brigid Berlin, Ingrid Superstar, Ann Wehrer, Viva, Clay Bird, Bettina Coffin, Valerie Solanas,
- Director:Andy Warhol,
- Writer:Andy Warhol
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(es) wrote: This isn't marked as fresh it all,When Movies are Rotten, Paranormal Activity 5 The Marked One Deserves it.The Reason is there was too much wooden acting,It wasn't scary at all,No One Jumped,No One was Surprised,There is nothing going onand Horror movie sequels are bullcrap.Jason Blum Is Awesome but i just don't like this, It's the worst Paranormal Activity film out of the previous 4, This Sucks Big Time!Score: 1/10
(au) wrote: A dull and depressing sci-fi thriller. Automata is poorly written, horribly unoriginal, and one of the worst movies I've watched this week.
(es) wrote: Interesting comic satire, though it's uneven.
(br) wrote: should've been titled A Mangled Story. so clumsily done, why did they even bother ? there were some (unintentional) laughable moments. a snooze.
(it) wrote: My favorite of the Mockumentaries!
(jp) wrote: Continuing from where its 1984 predecessor left off, this poorly acted (especially from the youngsters) and melodramatic horror is a guilty pleasure. (What's not to love about a 'Wizard of Oz' (1939) homage?) Effective scares and a well done climax should please fans.
(it) wrote: My inner child wants to give it 5 stars. I seriously haven't seen this movie in years. I'm sure it's terrible and I would probably stop watching after 5 minutes. Still, I love remembering that I loved this movie as a little kid
(jp) wrote: Just okay comedy starring Dudley Moore as an ad executive who has a bit of a melt down, decides to write advertisements that actually speak the truth about the product, which gets him fired and put into a mental institution. Of course, wouldn't you know, the ads become a huge success, and the boss needs new ads, so Moore asks the help of the fellow mental patients to write them. It had some good opportunities, I think whenever the actual ads were the main discussions it was pretty funny. Unfortunately, there was so much side story about the mental institution that I just didn't care for, particularly Daryl Hannah and her dull storyline. It had a lot of missed chances at good comedy. When I thought the movie was over it turned out there was still 30 minutes to go. I thought it was just meh, nothing special.
(us) wrote: Best Finnish movie of all time? Maybe. Funniest? You bet!
(fr) wrote: El mejor Chick flick que se ha visto
(ru) wrote: Intense and scary. I enjoyed it not a lot, but I did enjoy it.