Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy
A pharmaceutical scientist creates a pill that makes people remember their happiest memory, and although it's successful, it has unfortunate side effects.
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WS W (fr) wrote: A bit coarse, loose & messing when interweaving different lines altogether. The music scores particularly suck.
Jen N (es) wrote: THIS SOUNDS REALLY GOOD
Bethany B (kr) wrote: drool drool drool. hitomi in Shinya Tsukamoto film....heart...stops....then the movie is actually good!! YAY! you don't have to be in love with hitomi to enjoy this film! just with high quality weirdness and lovely, lovely filming. plus the talent is as usual, phenominal. hitomi had never acted before, but Tsukamoto molded her after his own image and we thank him for that. yes we do. it's another Lynch-esque freak out horror film, but a little more rooted in a 50's mystery comci book plot. nicely done.
Geraldine A (au) wrote: see the other dorian blues entry.
p b (au) wrote: No, not my kind of movie.
Harry W (fr) wrote: Lacking sufficient action or Chuck Norris cliches, Hero and the Terror fails at everything.
Guillaume H (de) wrote: Calm and slow paced but epic and very lively at the same time, this is a broad frescoe on one farm with richly drawn characters, all played with art. Max Von Sydow gets another great role in his magnificent carreer, and the child actor is definitely a good one. The scenery is poetic and beautifully shot, making the bleak grand, and the plot is very gripping, with very rewarding developments.
Brad D (au) wrote: Streisand is so amazing in what she does regardless. When she sings she reaches depths of emotions with her voice that few can. I feel in myself inwardly. Again this tale is a tale of love and choice and need. And well done by perfectionist Barbara
Kevin M W (ca) wrote: Joe Campbell inferred that cultural and societal change was usually delivered by the outsider, the lonely soul (part of the job description) who sacrificed himself to bring "fire" to the clueless group. In an interesting take on that tale, Newman plays a white guy raised by Indians who endeavors, despite his better judgment, to raise the bar so to speak. But this is an ensemble piece and zowie, what a work it is, quiet and brooding, an understandable emotional reply to the "that inhumanity is just how it is" worldview. The director, Martin Ritt, was blacklisted and so knows a thing or two about being an outsider and that mojo translates here onto the screen.
bill s (gb) wrote: Growing up in the 70s,National Lampoon was the cutting edge of funny and thank god for that.This doc does my memories justice with both wit and insight.