This video is an assortment of alleged 'reality shows' that never made it on the air for one reason or another. Includes segments entitled "Amazing Racist," about a Jew who approaches black people in a Klan outfit and sells anti-muslim paraphernalia outside of (and within) and mosque; "The Whore," about men caught on camera during sex as it's revealed to them that their blind date was paid; and "Psych Ward," about using psychiatric patients in a 'game-show' type situation. All of these segments are examples of the non-disgusting part of the compilation. "Money" is the lead example of the segments bent on vomit-inducing situations, as it offers money to people to do disgusting things just to see how much it takes for them to do so. Many segments also include the promotion of illegal activities, such as drug use, prostitution, and grand theft.
From the people who brought you National Lampoon's Animal House and National Lampoon's Van Wilder comes a hilariously twisted look at today's hottest television phenomenon...REALITY ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Barbarossa M (it) wrote: I saw A Heartbeat Away and Griff the Inivisible yesterday and loved both of them. For a change Aust has made some films you can actually take your kids to, don't have to think too much about and just be entertained. Heartbeat is easy to watch, although Isabel Lucas made a pretty poor effort which is to its detriment, but the rest is fabulous. The music is great and the audience was clapping to some good light hearted entertainment. Griff is great and not a hard watch with some very good performances. Please Australia, make some more of these films.
James O (ag) wrote: Arty, shot like a dream at times, flits between modern day and childhood. OK but not great. Forgettable.
Nymere P (mx) wrote: it was the fucking bom .com
John T (ru) wrote: pretty lame. Instead of zombie the dead are crappy looking cgi skeletons.
Victoria H (ru) wrote: Don't judge me. Netflix streaming + too much time = watching anything with a name you recognise.
Cristina G (ag) wrote: To Gillian On Her 37th Birthday isn't a great movie, but it's an honest movie which is more than I can say for other films out there. Though it is slow at times, the performances were moving and the film seemed to be covered in a haze of melancholy and sadness that was so penetrating it felt real and not like a construct.
Ryan V (gb) wrote: Dr. Watson (Ben Kingsley) is a brilliant surgeon who fears that his fondness for solving mysterious murders will tarnish the dignity of his practice, so he hires a loutish actor (Michael Caine) to pose as an ingenious detective named Sherlock Holmes. Unfortunately, the pair's latest whodunnit threatens to both cripple London and end their lives just as their tenuous partnership is frayed to the breaking point. Without a Clue boasts an intriguing premise, witty dialogue, and amusing performances from both Caine and Kingsley (there is, however, a transphobic gag in the climax that hasn't aged terribly well). Taken as a whole, Without a Clue is funny little spoof that very well could be the most underrated of the many, many Sherlock Holmes movies.
Terry W (mx) wrote: fun little movie the air scenes are very cool
dfw f (kr) wrote: Go, Go Second Time Virgin (1969) Yuke yuke nidome no shojo (original title) After being raped in an unknown rooftop, nineteen year-old girl Poppo meets a mysterious boy, & both share their sexual traumas & fears, with fatal consequences. Go, Go, Second Time Virgin is the story of two damned & abused teenagers who meet & fall in mutant love on a Tokyo rooftop. Their only hope is to cement their love with an escape into oblivion. Japan's most notorious underground filmmaker, Wakamatsu--a combination of Godard, Gregg Araki & Jesus Franco--has fashioned a haunting, unforgettable film. Between the 1960s & early 1970s, Japanese cinema literally exploded with some of the greatest genre filmmaking ever seen--a mindbending Cinemascope paradise of samurai swordfests, crazed yakuza thrillers & low-budget erotica. In conjunction with the American Cinematheque, Image Entertainment presents this rarely-seen Japanese cult film. This film is not easy viewing. 60+ minutes of sadomasochism, multiple rapes, one delirious orgy, some poetic dialogue on suicide, & the mass-murder He mixes an avant-garde sensibility with horrific & sexual themes that will make many viewers extremely uneasy, but this great looking film has a lot to offer more adventurous audiences. Calling Go, Go Second Time Virgin ahead of its time is an understatement, but there were very few films made before 1969 that dealt so directly & brutally with teenage sexuality & depression. Wakamatsu creatively uses shaky hand-held camera shots to give his film a realistic & gritty edge. He also mixes manga illustrations & photographs into his film that convey a dark pop art sensibility. Though conceived in the tradition of Japanese pink films, ??Go Go?? in fact, shares more in common with the French New Wave than it does with kinky soft porn. Its plot is very minimalist. Short 1 hour running time. ??Go Go?? is clearly a film that will enthrall some with its ultra-stylized perversions while horrifying nearly everyone else.
Oscar H (kr) wrote: De ondsinta mrdarhjrnorna r terigen (h, glada femtiotal!) p krigsstigen, hr framkallade av ngon form av atomiskt radioaktiva tankeverfringsexperiment (ibid). Mnnen biter ihop, damerna skriker, och slemmet stnker. Femtiotalsmallen fljs till punkt och pricka. God natt!
Nathan N (ru) wrote: A beautiful, simpleish film. The female lead is extremely charming and helps to make this film what it is. Some times the characters make odd decisions and the male lead's transformation into an MGM monster at the end was incredibly strange but it's still a lot of fun.
Catinca C (jp) wrote: A coming-of-age story, a classic love movie, wrapped together in such electrical sexual tension which doesn't appal or massively invade your senses. It's beautiful and complicated and dramatic and sexually charged and dreamy at the same time. Loved it, recommend it
Avant S (ca) wrote: I feel guilty not watching this gold sooner.
Thomas B (es) wrote: Grade - BWhilst 'Run All Night' isn't exactly original, that doesn't stop it from being a well-made, entertaining pop corn thriller with exceptional cinematography and some fun action scenes. Nothing special, but perfectly enjoyable.