John Lee Hooker: That's My Story

John Lee Hooker: That's My Story

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Alejandro D (jp) wrote: Patricio Guzman have been making films with incredible depth over the course of three decades. I have seen his incredible capacity to tell stories: full of pain, full of humanity and poetry but with nostalgia for the light I have discovered his incredible capacity to intertwine all of those elements to ultimately rise the great question of our own existence. Is a rare piece of art that explores the endless searches of humanity, in a hostile world, in an unknown universe, but with the definitive certain that the human race have always wondered for its porpoise every time it looks at the sky.

Dhanik M (ru) wrote: Amitabh and the kid steal the show.

Adam R (nl) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)

Caroline P (ag) wrote: The ending bugged me at first, but when I really thought about it, I wouldn't do it any other way.

Caitlin L (jp) wrote: Great overall message.

Rainer K (ag) wrote: Richard Linklater adapts a three-man chamber play set in one single hotel room in real-time. If you're familiar with his work this sounds terrifying, doesn't it?One could conclude that Tape is 90 minutes of talking - and well, it essentially is, but first of all, look who's talking and secondly, what they're saying is fascinating, riveting, spellbinding.The cast consists of the great Linklater regular Ethan Hawke, who shows his badass chops here. He's joined by his Dead Poets Society co-star Robert Sean Leonard (aka Dr. Wilson) and his then-real-life-wife Uma Thurman.The three were former high school class mates and lovers who reunite after ten years, when Jon (Leonard) shows one of his documentary films at the Lansing film festival (Lansing is, where Amy is Assistant DA).The film takes place in Vince's hotel room, as he's travelled here to meet his old friend Jon and watch his new film.Linklater presents it to us, in a low-tech, found-footage-like style and the quality of the film material and the lighting is not exactly state of the art but this doesn't take away anything from the film. Technical details can be ignored as there's not so much to see as to hear anyways.What's interesting though is the ways Linklater uses the limited space for his own good. The distances between the protagonists are crucial for the psychological effect it has on the viewer. And although, there's not much movement by the characters, the little there is, tells us as much about them as their dialogue.Especially, with Thurman's entrance (after 50 minutes or so) it adds a whole new dimension to the ongoings.Parked, somewhere between psychological drama, crime film and relationship and character study, Tape is in my opinion one of Linklater's best.

Barry W (fr) wrote: After the disaster that was "Insurrection," at least we got to say goodbye to Picard and Co. on a good note. The story was good. The characters were at their best, and the climax was very good.

Gabriel L (de) wrote: This show is very well done in my personal opinion. Story well told and the characters and actors did a great job. This is probably my favorite chick flick.

Tyler S (au) wrote: This movie is one of the more annoying stupidest things I have ever seen....definitely Pecis worst movie. ...just annoying as hell and really really pointless. ...This is the lowest of lows for a buddy comedy.

Mike G (ru) wrote: A kinder, subtler and more 'meta' sort of Blazing Saddles. What I like about it isn't the corny obvious stuff that's going on, but the clever "in" jokes and sight gags that trot just under the radar. Tom Berenger is great and totally owns the role of Rex the Singing Cowboy without pretensions, which really adds to the humor. I could see where a lot of folks wouldn't give this picture much of a chance, and indeed you have to be in the right mood for its quirky charms. Also notable are Sela Ward at her hottest and freshest making a real maniac out of herself, G.W. Bailey as Peter the Town Drunk (I love the way he drinks a shot early in the movie, can not not laugh at that!) and Andy Griffith playing against type as a greedy and sexually ambiguous Cattle Baron. He milks every line for subtle humor and intensity. Give it a chance! It's gotten this reputation as a 'lost picture' these years, and it's better than that.

Leonardo C (jp) wrote: venom coming to 2016 I'm watching it!!!

Blake P (mx) wrote: Excellent movie! When her father is killed by an outlaw with a fake nose (Marvin), Catherine Ballou (Fonda) hires his drunken twin brother (also played by Marvin) to get some revenge, with the help from some of her outlaw pals. "Cat Ballou" is known today as being the funniest spoof of the western genre. This is definitely classic, but I would not say its a spoof. This is hilarious not in the way I was originally picturing. I was thinking this would be a over-the-top side splitting flick, but instead its more of a genius dry comedy similar to "Airplane". This was director Elliot Silverstein's first big deal movie, and I'm sure it had to have made quite a footprint with the critics. However, this film would not be as good without the excellent actors pulled it off extremely well. Jane Fonda is great in one of her first roles, and is very believable as outlaw Cat Ballou. She gives a lot of laughs, especially at the ending. I won't give away what she does, but let's just say it sure takes a lot of talent. It's Lee Marvin, however that steals the show. He was already prominent in Hollywood, giving memorable performances in big movies like "The Big Heat" and "Bad Day at Black Rock", but he was not a major star: well, until he made this movie. Most actors really overact when it comes to acting drunk, but Marvin makes it seem like it's the easiest thing to do, not only doing a flawless job, but making the movie more hilarious every step of the way. He is really worth the reason to watch this considering this was the only movie he got an Oscar on. "Cat Ballou" is a unique, excellent movie that is a pure joy to watch.

Alex P (nl) wrote: Ever been to demolition derby? It is something similar, four people driven to distraction by their hormones. Now I'm okay with hormone driven activity but backing up over roadkill is a little much. When you're feelings have no constraint or morals and you use truth as a weapon, it is time to take a long look in the mirror.

Matty S (gb) wrote: It never quite comes together to a fully satisfying film, but this cinematic puzzle is full of treasures to those who enjoy unusual studies in human nature.

Ryan S (it) wrote: 4/5. Simply a very funny movie.