After doctors inform him that an eye affliction will require risky surgery, monologist Spadling Gray recounts his various pursuits for alternative medicine to avoid the doctor's scalpel. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The film documents, in an often dramatic and humorous fashion, Gray's investigations into alternative medicine for an eye condition (Macular pucker) he had developed.
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Craig B (mx) wrote: Neither bloody nor snowy.
Jason B (br) wrote: It's nice to see an animation that is aimed at an older audience. Characters like Turok have gone almost forgotten outside of video games despite having been around the comic book world since the 50's. While I've seen better animation in other movies there is plenty of action, blood and dinosaurs to keep even the most jaded animation fan happy. How about a Magnus Robot Fight animation next?
Walter M (de) wrote: "Paris 36" starts as Germain Pigoil(Gerard Jugnot) tells a police detective(Marc Citti) why he murdered someone. Previously, Germain was the stage manager at the Chansonia, a music hall, until Galapiat(Bernard-Pierre Donnadieu), an evil capitalist, forces out Dorfeuil(Jean Lescot), the owner, in the waning moments of 1935 and closes the joint. In the first months of 1936, Germain's wife Viviane(Elisabeth Vitali) leaves him and his young son Jojo(Maxence Perrin) supports his drinking anonymously with his accordion playing. Things change radically when Leon Blum and his Popular Front get elected, as strikes are declared and the Chansonia is occupied, waking Germain from his drunken slumber. "Paris 36" is a total victory for production design over content and depth, creating a beautiful looking world while forgetting to fill it with anything meaningful. In the process, it gives short shrift to politics at a point in history when anything was possible. As it is, the movie is simply about people wanting to put on a show, which has been done plenty of times before, with little magic to show for its efforts. It eventually does come together in the end but it is a long way to go for so little.
Mara A (us) wrote: One of the worst horror movies I've ever seen, bar none. How this turkey got rates so highly by most other people is truly beyond me. The ONLY thing interesting about this was: 1) The cabin was really cool; 2) The section on "Big Red" on the special features.
Susan C (es) wrote: Very interesting. Love the Mark Twain line at the end of the film: 'You should always support your country; your government when it deserves it."
Jordan L (jp) wrote: i like it those kids like pulling off stunts and pranks how bout this big fat wolfs-
Ping Y (de) wrote: Of the 3, this travels the least well across time. Or perhaps this is the most US-cultural centric, so it is not as refreshing as the previous 2. Very good effort, but in the post-Matrix, post-Weta age, this comes across as archaic.
Miguel R (es) wrote: Beautifully crafted as well as visually stunning with Tom Cruise, Dustin Hoffman, and director Barry Levinson at their greatest, Rain Man is a phenomenal work of art, powerfully conveying one of the most important factors a film could have: heart!