Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress and the Tangerine
A journey inside the world of a legend of modern art and an icon of feminism. Onscreen, the nonagenarian Louise Bourgeois is magnetic, mercurial and emotionally raw-an uncompromising artist whose life and work are imbued with her ongoing obsession with the mysteries of childhood. Her process is on full display in this intimate documentary, which features the artist in her studio and with her installations, shedding light on her intentions and inspirations. Louise Bourgeois has for six decades been at the forefront of successive new developments, but always on her own powerfully inventive and disquieting terms. In 1982, at the age of 71, she became the first woman to be honored with a major retrospective at New York's Museum of Modern Art. In the decades since, she has created her most powerful and persuasive work, including her series of massive spider structures that have been installed around the world.
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Zach M (ag) wrote: This was on of the more enjoyable Scooby-Doo adventures.They used a lot of old Hanna Barbera characters which was cool.I think Matthew Lillard is good as Shaggy.The story itself was a little too predictable this time, but it was still fun.
Dave S (jp) wrote: Interesting biopic, authentic settings and layered plot. Star-studded UK cast. Gripping ending as the riddle unfolds.
Nick U (it) wrote: Blockbuster 6/21/13Pretty intense movie with a disturbing theme. Didn't seem Iike she was able to bring any justice to the girls involved or the perpetrators. Sad story well told.
Krista S (jp) wrote: The most overacting and awfulness I have seen in a longtime. Please, never watch this.
Timothy M (it) wrote: This movie is for the birds since all dragons are monsters.This movie is the PITS!
Scott M (de) wrote: COWAAAAAAAAAARDS!!!!
Matt G (it) wrote: I'm not a big fan of slasher/horror flicks, but this one turned out to be a gem. It's got everything: you'll squirm, you'll be shocked, you'll have nightmares, you'll be amused by big 80s hair. Not for the squeamish.
Penny B (jp) wrote: Good Carry-on film. Best bit for me was when Barbara Windsor (was her first carry-on film) devies the machine designed to get the formula out of her, but then she hits her head on the light and then she starts saying the formula aloud *grins*
Joseph B (kr) wrote: A beautifully-acted portrayal of human suffering and redemption that transcends place, era, and status.
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Glenn C (kr) wrote: This movie came from nowhere. Its a little middle-American indie film that I had never heard of until I saw it advertised on my upcoming orders list. I just finished watching it and it is a fantastic character study. It stars Hal Holbrook in one of the finest performances in his long and successful career. He plays an old man who walks out of his nursing-home and returns to the farm he owned for over 50 years only to find it occupied by new tenants. Being stubborn he squats in the old worker's quarters and wages a personal war against the new family. From there the film becomes a real examination of this old man's mind. He is at the narrow end of life and has nothing to show for it. Everything he knew was taken away and he is doomed to live the rest of his life with regret about many things in his life. Unbeknownst to him, much of his traits are reflected in his newly appointed enemy. Its a slow drama with moments of tension. The performances are exceptional and the relationship he has with his old neighbour is wonderful (some of the best scenes). Well worth a look.