Friended to Death
A dark comedy about a social media junkie who fakes his own death via social media just to see which of his "friends" will show up to the funeral.
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Jay K (jp) wrote: A Superb musical film with decent plot but good acting and outstanding ar rahman music
Ben T (es) wrote: Extremely sad, yet comforting in some aspects.
Shree D (us) wrote: pretty good film. funny, tense and action-y. Similar plot to films like The Bank Job. not much else i can say, i enjoyed it.
David C (es) wrote: one of my favorite comedies
Zach M (kr) wrote: This was a really fun film to watch. It also had a really good soundtrack. Lori Petty was perfect as Tank Girl. And Ice-T as a Kangaroo guy was pretty sweet.Near perfect comic book movie and you can see the fun the cast was having in the final product.Early role for Naomi Watts.
Vanessa V (kr) wrote: Don't be a guy be a man!
Paxton S (ca) wrote: Ed O'Neill at his best! uh... this really is a great movie!
Panta O (mx) wrote: Luis Buuel is a real creator, not a follower! That is why I love his work so much... and this is another fine example how he creates. He actually wrote the novel and then he adapted it with help of his friend Julio Alejandro. The novel and this 1965 film were loosely based on the story of the ascetic 5th-century Syrian saint Simeon Stylites, who lived for 39 years on top of a column. On the screen we could enjoy again Silvia Pinal's and Claudio Brook's great acting. Buuel was never a great friend of Vatican and when in 1960 he returned to his home country Spain after a long-term exile in Mexico in order to direct Viridiana , didn't take long for him to be on the black list again! The film scandalized the Vatican and the government, which prompted Buuel into a second exile back to Mexico. In Mexico he could freely direct The Exterminating Angel in 1962, and as well as Viridiana, the film was critical of religion. This movie, Simn del desierto was the last of the trilogy (using the same stars) and he keeps the controversial dealing with religion while still managing to keep the certain elements of his surrealist period. During the movie you could feel that the director caricatures Simon Stylites while admiring his reactions on some things he had to endure and see during his life... How many movies you've seen which will take you on a surrealistic trip in which the main character resists Satan's lures, performs a miracle and garbles some prayers but ending in a swinging discothque with no option to escape this futuristic word in which he was thrown until the end!? You can enjoy the official 42 minutes (actually my version was 45 with all the credits) of unusual story with beautiful black-and-white photography by Gilbert Figueroa... and think while you're doing it!
Alec N (ru) wrote: Every movie needs to end like Joe.
King S (ag) wrote: Funny movie, it is getting bad ratings because people are too uptight. Just kick back and laugh. You'll have a great time!