Krippendorf's Tribe

Krippendorf's Tribe

After squandering his grant money, despondent and recently widowed anthropologist James Krippendorf must produce hard evidence of the existence of a heretofore undiscovered New Guinea tribe. Grass skirts, makeup, and staged rituals transform his three troubled children into the Shelmikedmu, a primitive culture whose habits enthrall scholars. But when a spiteful rival threatens to blow the whistle on Krippendorf's ruse, he gets into the act as well.

An anthropologist creates a fictitious lost New Guinea tribe using his family members to cover-up for his mis-use of grant moneys. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Steve W (mx) wrote: Enjoyable kid's film finds an orphan with a nasty foster family on the run with his sometimes invisible dragon. No one believes him despite the small destruction everywhere, but it blends a myriad of songs and cool invisible effects with silly villains and all sorts of fun characters. Its a bit overlong but good for kids.

Edmund C (it) wrote: Entertaining :) Better than the last few Eating Outs :) Peter is yummy in a buff Josh Hartnett-if-he-weren't-vegan-way. Benji is an Adam Levine lookalike (not interested!) while transexual Lilly and straight girl Penny bring some balance as well as touching and LOL moments :) Nice terms : Straightdar - hahaah! And Peter just seems better with Casey..!

Marge L (nl) wrote: That was a very cool movie, really enjoyed it

John P (br) wrote: Very funny movie. My 10 year-old loved it.

bill s (ag) wrote: Docs like this should get people talking one way or another....this does that and more.One of the best movies of the year.

Matthew S (nl) wrote: Controversial, provocative and potent examination of female adolescence. Both unforgettable and unforgiveable -- Breillat seems to be turning the film against you at every turn. A brilliant bit of cinematic art. Not for all tastes.

Ralph R (au) wrote: What a goat muffin deluxe!

Alynic B (it) wrote: Good family film with good storyline, form, and morals. Excellent character development for almost all the main actors. A little Disney-like at the final chess scene with Joshua winning (i.e., where Joshua was recalling one of Bobby Fischer's move sequences that Bruce taught him). Form: +3; Morals: +2.5.

Michael Y (jp) wrote: Saw this as part of an Austin Film Society screening of films by Agnes Varda, the wife of French directory Jacques Demy. The film is a biography and partial documentary of Jacques Demy's childhood in 30's and 40's France and his growing interests in becoming a film director.Some problems in pacing and editing perhaps detracted from the film but nonetheless the story was quite engaging. Although the editing did become a bit redundant, it was interesting to see many of the juxtapositions of specific childhood memories and how these memories were shown in his later works including "Lola" and "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg." I also liked the main storyline with Jacque's budding interests in film starting with his first animated films and his first experiences with shooting with a motion picture camera while growing up in Nantes.

Joshua H (gb) wrote: DOOOOOOD Bruce Campbell, Mr. Checkov and robots if you do not like scifi you will not like this movie... like wise if you do not like this movie you must obviously not like Scifi.

Bill M (jp) wrote: "Sock it to me!" doesn't translate into Czech either.

Ed Q (nl) wrote: The Big Risk is a well-paced and often exciting underworld thriller. The fatalistic subtext works well with the material and leads to a somber conclusion. In addition, Lino Ventura is a wonderful screen presence, relying on subtlety to add depth to his character.

Brian G (fr) wrote: Top 5 favorite movies of all time! Saw this at the Music Box midnight showing years ago and am still blown away by it. Imagine a Terrence Malick screenplay filmed by a meth head...with swords.

Casey D (de) wrote: I would rather eat shit then watch this again!

Jill W (de) wrote: A feel-good family film about a man from Wales who sets out to peruse his dream of singing.