This movie chronicles the life and times of R. Crumb. Robert Crumb is the cartoonist/artist who drew Keep On Truckin', Fritz the Cat, and played a major pioneering role in the genesis of underground comix. Through interviews with his mother, two brothers, wife, and ex-girlfriends, as well as selections from his vast quantity of graphic art, we are treated to a darkly comic ride through one man's subconscious mind.

An intimate portrait of the controversial cartoonist and his traumatized family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Crumb torrent reviews

Roy R (au) wrote: I really enjoied this documentary on To Kill a Mockingbird. This is more of a retrospective than a documentary... there are no real startling revalations or scandals, but for those of us who love To Kill a Mockingbird - it is a great look back.

Tetsu F (us) wrote: A very lovely taiwan movie, must see!

Prathaban M (br) wrote: A truly shocking movie with wonderful performances by the two leading women. It really comes of as a surprise on how the director manages to tell a dramatic story of two women in such a limitless and stark environment. The real hero of the movie though is the cinematographer - the backdrop and its visual depiction plays a great part in carrying the movie through the whole 2 hours.

Alexander S (mx) wrote: 2 stars for Ben Kingsley. Half a star for everything else.

Harrison W (kr) wrote: The stabbing bit feels a bit corny, but other than that, it 100% holds up. Surprised the twist hasn't been ruined for me all this time.Explanation at the end felt a bit too expository until the VERY end. Loved the soundtrack. Surprisingly accurate explanation of transvestites.

Andrew G (jp) wrote: A big, dumb, silly, mindless action romp meant only to entertain, and it succeeds.

Will D (jp) wrote: With Lynchian and Bunuelian ambitions, Soderbergh wafts out scene after confusing scene with no apparent restraint or finesse. In spite of this, it's occasionally laugh out loud funny, but that doesn't rescue the movie.

Christopher L (br) wrote: Best coming of age film. See Flixster Movies' Synopsis by Tom Keogh. Couldn't agree more.

Dave R (ru) wrote: saw this when i was a kid and it stuck with me. but seeing it as an adult is a whole different story. all i really remembered was the cool dirt bikes and dune buggies. this time around i paid attention to the story... it was horrible. good for kids i guess. it's cartoonish and wholesome violence.

Greg B (es) wrote: Rod Steiger playing a Irish Confederate soldier who denounces his country and decides to live with the Sioux.Release this on DVD this is the western a lunatic like me has been waiting to see.

Clark G (ca) wrote: This is my favorite all time movie. It is simply superb.