Mario O'Hara's surreal debut film, about a man recovering from mental illness.
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Ellen G (fr) wrote: En fantastisk film! Fin, flott og nydelig p alle mter og den satte sinne i kok og ga trer i ynene...
Leonardo Malacay S (de) wrote: Nada nuevo una historia ms que conocida unas actuaciones nada sobresalientes, solo algunas caras bonitas.
Sunil J (es) wrote: Sorry Jane Lynch but everyone else in this movie is going to get on my nerves.
angela b (us) wrote: it was okay low budget bad acting but okay
Lanky Man P (kr) wrote: A point of view of the 9/11 tragedy that's not by the media.
cli o (kr) wrote: no thanks not my kinda thing
Steven H (kr) wrote: What predictions from the movie came true? Yeah, exactly.
D M (ca) wrote: A feral boy exposed in Hiroshima is caught about 15 years after the blast. Apparently Nazis had done some research involving rapid regeneration of cells, and this knowledge secretly transported out of the country before the vengeful Allies were able claim it. The captured boy was exposed to both the cells and the radioactive fallout. He feeds on live animals and soon grows too large for his cage. He escapes and run amok across Japan. Baragon is out destroying things, but all gets blamed on the towering Frankenstein. He redeems himself by kicking Baragon's rear, but then a stupid Giant Octopus grabs Frankenstein. The End.
Dave J (us) wrote: Friday, September 9, 2011 (1955) Love Is A Many Spendored Thing ROMANCE/ DRAMA Based on a true story about a half Eurasion/ half Chinese girl, Dr. Han Suyin played by Jennifer Jones and her controversial rendevous with an already married reporter Mark Elliot while living in Hong Kong, China! Considered to be taboo at the time because of it's subject matter about race relations and upholding traditions, especially if one is a mixed! One of the major problems with this film is that it doesn't dwell on this controversy long enough and showcases the two leading actors bonding witrh each other which anyone can see from their soap operas etc... The other problem is that out of many true stories coming from people, this one is the most uninteresting one of all in comparison to what one could find on a newspaper or the local news for that matter! Won 3 Oscars including "Best Song" out of 9 nominations! 2 out of 4
John W (it) wrote: This is a classic. Women who would become stars later in life come together at a Boarding School for aspiring young actesses. The drama is magnificent, the jokes are endless, the desperation palpable and the chemistry unbeatable. I can watch this movie over and over because it is so well done. As an aspiring actor at one time myself I have fealt this type of angst and hopefulness and sometimes despair. You have to see it to actually believe.
Omar K (es) wrote: One of the most famous exploitation films of the 1930s, Reefer Madness, a film that also goes by the names of ??Dope Addict?? and ??Tell Your Children??, is known for its hilariously hysterical attempt at crafting a morality tale that made sense. It is an overly exaggerated cautionary tale of the dangers of cannabis use, which to society was a cruelly imposed addiction on the youth of that time, but I??m finding it pretty hard to even imagine that people actually believed this folly. Rediscovered in the early 1970s to a drug-heavy society knowledgeable of which drugs were strongest, Reefer Madness became an unintentional satire for pretty much everyone that saw it. It is even regarded by some as one of the worst films to ever get made, but Reefer Madness doesn??t deserve that title because for 1) it was born out a different context, and 2) the characters?? performances and their actions are just downright bizarre. As soon as the students take their abominable first puff, they descend into insanity, committing every crime imaginable in the process. From hallucinations, to a hit and run accident, attempted rape, manslaughter, suicide and madness, Reefer Madness seriously couldn??t be further away from the truth, showing how propaganda can be misleading too in the process. To make matters worse, the drug dealer is a guy in a suit inviting the students over to his house to smoke, but when one character is thirsting for another joint like a dehydrated man in need of water, Reefer Madness has just got to be a cult classic. There has got be a special mention for Dave O??Brien, whose bat-shit crazy performance merely elevates the value of the film. You could actually look at Reefer Madness as the 1930s equivalent of Trainspotting and Requiem for a Dream, so it probably did make sense 80 years ago, but what we can all agree on is that they chose the wrong drug! The Verdict: An utterly ridiculous and misguided depiction of marijuana??s potential risks, Reefer Madness has become unintentionally hilarious thanks to its melodramatically amplified outlook. ???????????????????? 2/10
Blake P (ru) wrote: There is one genre of film that you cannot call subpar, dime-a-dozen, or tired. That genre is the screwball comedy. The reason a screwball comedy can never be mediocre is, in order to be a screwball comedy, you must have fantastic actors, lightning quick dialogue, and a plot that sometimes can't seem to catch up to with the trailblazing actors. You can't call yourself a screwball comedy: you must be called one. That narrows it down, doesn't it? "Libeled Lady" is neither the best nor the worst screwball comedy (there isn't necessarily a worst, but the best is a tie between "His Girl Friday" and "My Man Godfrey"), but it's a mega-delight. Seeing William Powell and Myrna Loy coupling up for the umpteenth time is always a pleasure, but in "Libeled Lady", they're teamed with Jean Harlow and Spencer Tracy, and the results couldn't be any more fun. The film opens with a shocking newspaper headline: socialite Connie Allenbury (Loy) is a husband stealer! One can hardly believe that Myrna Loy would do something so utterly distasteful, and we're right. It's a case of mistaken identity, but Connie is filthy rich and won't ignore a simple case of error. She decides the best thing to do is to sue the newspaper for $5 million on libel charges. Editor-in-chief Warren Haggerty (Tracy) already has a bitter fianc, Gladys (Harlow), tugging on his sleeve, waiting to get married, and the libel suit only makes for a tipping point. Desperate, he comes up with a diabolical yet genius idea. He hires Bill Chandler (Powell), a former employee in serious need of a job, to marry Gladys and court Connie. That way, Connie would actually be a husband stealer. But of course, as they get to know each other, Bill and Connie fall in love; and Gladys, who is so desperate to be a wife, begins to get jealous of Connie, naturally. With a movie so glamorous, it's hard to believe that in 1936, most people lived in shacks, not mansions. "Libeled Lady" is so smoothly entertaining that we get lost in its madcap situations, and most likely, so did the audiences that lived in shacks. The film is pure escapism, and, nowadays, movies are so cynical that even a little bit of schmaltz is shot down. "Libeled Lady" doesn't need to be sentimental to be light and entertaining - even the ending, which resolves everything with the simplicity of a Disney movie, is cleverly placed. The romances are as equally uncontrived: Warren and Gladys have that hateship loveship that old married couples carry around, and Connie and Bill's courtship is a series of witty lines and playful jabs at romance. When they dance together for the first time, Connie asks Bill what he thinks of her eyes; it's clear she expects him to compare them to the moon, the stars, anything syrupy. But he instead remarks that they look like angry marbles, and it's unexpected but perfect. The cast has great chemistry, with Powell and Harlow as the biggest standouts. Powell is always a joy to watch as the slippery son-of-a-bitch that is too likable for his own good, and Harlow is a knockout as the loudmouthed, severely-spoiled, love hungry pawn. While it may have been labeled as a vehicle for the latter, "Libeled Lady" ends up being a glamorous and whip-smart ensemble comedy. It's an underrated screwball comedy for sure.
Brad E (au) wrote: Worst movie I have ever seen... Save yourself............