The life and struggles of a notorious rock musician seeping into a pit of loneliness whose everyday life involves friends and family seeking financial aid and favors, inspired by rock music legend Kurt Cobain and his final hours.
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Larry Y (de) wrote: adding based on Joe Bob Briggs' recommendation
Jonathan P (it) wrote: Jackson and Binoche put it on the line in John Boorman's In My Country. Boorman tries to invoke tears but isn't able to connect with the audience as much as the plot could have allowed. Dealing with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of South Africa In My Country has moments of brilliance but is never very strong in any faucet.
Wenyan Z (nl) wrote: Summer, youngboys, and dream! Hilarious fim
Richard F (fr) wrote: Really good older movie
Kevin R (jp) wrote: Discourage him.James Shannon is a reconnaissance agent that is captured and tortured for information. He eventually escapes and returns home a hero of sorts. Once home, he starts putting the pieces together to go back and obtain revenge for those who tortured him."Who is that guy?""Woody Woodpecker."John Irvin, director of Raw Deal, Hamburger Hill, Robin Hood (1991), The Fourth Angel, Shiner, The Nearly Man, Widow's Peak, and Freefall, delivers The Dogs of War. The storyline for this picture is very straightforward and reminded me of a Chuck Norris picture. The acting was just okay and the cast includes Christopher Walken, Tom Berenger, Ed O'Neill, Paul Freeman, and JoBeth Williams."What did you do?""Bad judgment."I came across this on HBOGO and decided to give it a shot. This was a very average action picture that doesn't do enough to separate itself in the genre. Overall, I wouldn't go too out of my way to see this."In my jungle you'd be just another asshole."Grade: C
Josh S (nl) wrote: Well, it's certainly unlike any other Fulci films I've seen, but it's nothing particularly great or terrible. There's a good revenge at the end, though.Really, though, it loses points for the HORRIBLE music. Fulci's horror flicks certainly got better in the musical department.
Sanity Assassin (gb) wrote: lots of action and straight-forward. good performances from scott and marvin. excellent movie to pass the time with
Richard S (es) wrote: Good western from Cecil B. DeMille.
Marty W (fr) wrote: Addictive montage of their finest sketches.
Stuart K (de) wrote: Orson Welles' last completed film, and one which could be one of his finest ones, is a playfully, playform experimental quasai-documentary about forgery. It was made while he was trying to get funding for The Other Side of the Wind, which he filmed on and off between 1970 and 76, but the backers of that asked him to do this essay. The result could be possible one of the most original films ever made. Welles introduces the film in his own unique way, using magic and sleight of hand to show what a charlatan he is. He says this is a film about fakes, and he uses two examples, art-forger Elmyr de Hory who was living in exile away from the law in Ibiza and Clifford Irving, who wrote the supposed "authorized autobiography" of Howard Hughes. Welles lectures the audience that a forgery is a form of art, and that he himself used forgery to get into theatre, beginning in Dublin in 1931. The whole film is a deception, a piece where Welles tells us the truth for an hour, and then, for the last 17 mins, tells us a very convincing story about Picasso, which is all false. Alot of this was from an abandoned documentary by his friend Franois Reichenbach about de Hory and Irving, which Welles appeared in, but Welles makes it his own, using some clever tricks to deceive his audience and it does put in a good case for forgery, no matter how wrong it is.
Samuel H (fr) wrote: Looper is a perfect addition to the already deep list of classic American Sci-Fi films. The directing and plot are witty and engaging as are the actors that accompany the film. Gordon-Levitt's Makeup is so convincing at times, that I could almost swear he was a younger Bruce Willis. Looper is an absolute must see.