Video store clerk Ed agrees to have his life filmed by a camera crew for a tv network.

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Kristian M (de) wrote: I loved the show The Third Eye on Nickelodeon as a child and Under the Mountain is the series I remember most from it. This movie adaptation pretty much captures everything I remember from the show perfectly except for a few lines I wish had been kept because they were so memorable. A very enjoyable watch.

Sarah K (it) wrote: Performances were better than the concept

Chuck B (au) wrote: This is a movie based on a book and I'm sure the book is better. It's not a bad movie, but there is just not enough depth in the movie. Elements of the story remind me of Ayn Rand's short story "Anthem." The story is about a "perfect" communist state, but it comes at a price. The people have no emotions and they are all the same. Also I do feel the story does have a anti-abortion message. Overall an okay movie, but just not great.

Michael B (kr) wrote: There were a quite good story to be told, but it's not to be found in this movie.

ka m (kr) wrote: Alot easier on the brain than Eraserhead, but shares that movie's presence as a film you experience rather than watch for entertainment. Like wall art, every person's experience should be uniquely between the watcher and the piece. That would make many of the explanations out there about this film pointless, but I suppose that's where the entertainment is, - after the Lynch movie experience. Gets higher marks for it's replay capabilities. I sometimes have it on in the background and dip in and out of it. Despite the fact the actors are hidden by their rabbit costumes, I look forward to the Naomi Watt song pieces, but do think the male rabbit's monologue would be better if it was shorter. It movie's 50 minutes is well suited to the subject matter and now I'm thinking that's where Eraserhead went wrong in that it's too long to take - this is much better.

John B (it) wrote: Enjoyable family story about these two tigers and the journey they have with humans

Eric L (jp) wrote: Interesting film with the lead character Mona serving as a mirror to the people that recall their short time with her. The film has a cool grittiness to it which adds a lot of atmosphere. This one is definitely worth checking out.

Iowa B (ag) wrote: "The Conformist" is a fun ride for those who appreciate the blend between cine-sensuality and satire. Apart from its gorgeous cinematography, it is insteresting to follow the evolution of the film's protagonist, or, actually, the way Bertolluci "peels" him, until, by the end of the movie, we see him for what he is and was from the very beginning. Also, Betrolucci depicts "the unorthodox", in the same tranquil fashion it would depict the conventional. Even the satire is not "loud", but quiet, subtle. Narratively, Bertolucci's debut is pretty solid and straightforward and while narration doesn't play an importal role in this, the fact that it isn't flimsy, doesn't drag the film down. "The Conformist" also prefaces the later "Last Tango In Paris" with its erotic approach and its focus towards beauty.

DC i (ca) wrote: Great acting, and I love how light/black&white scheme helps in the overall setting. (I loved that tunnel scene!) As I've read the book by Sacher-Masoch, it was easy for me to follow the storyline; I think that if you haven't read the book, you'll easily get lost watching this.Lots of nudity, no sex (but very intimate scenes), a LOT of pauses (maybe too much), little dialogue, decent cinematography. I suppose it's a good adaptation of the book, but I'm not sure how a non-reader would/could enjoy this.

Bonlie K (it) wrote: all time favorite..what a cast

Nadine L (gb) wrote: OMG did Michelle Williams ever make me appreciate Marilyn's beauty (natural / plastic surgery / whatever) so much. Michelle is no beauty, and no charmer.

Nathan J (jp) wrote: How in the hell did this movie score so high on here? If I hadn't just watched San Andreas, Snakes would be the worst movie I ever did see! Parts of my life I'll never reclaim, but it was worth it because we did it together. <3