Naked World: America Undercover
One year. Seven continents. More than 6,000 naked people--all willing to bare all for Spencer Tunick in the name of art. This globally scaled follow-up to the America Undercover documentary Naked States finds the celebrated and controversial artist at work on his most ambitious project: a one-year trek to all seven continents to shoot people in the nude--individually, in groups and against various man-made and natural backdrops.
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(br) wrote: A really good effort and the cast seems to be enjoying themselves.
(de) wrote: An inside look on modern Yakuza. One of my favourite documentaries of all time. This movie shows the non-violent lifstyle of the Yakuza.
(fr) wrote: interesting...like it!
(jp) wrote: What is there to say about this movie? Not really alot, I knew it was going to be bad, but I remembered it from my childhood. So I have to see it again, no matter how bad it might be. The Good: Well it was made by Full Moon, they've done some decent strait to video releases. Well I thought they did, I watched those movies when I was young and dumb. Now I'm older and slightly less dumb, so looking back on those movies has really made me lose the respect I once had. The Bad: Actually everthing, there is not one thing I liked alot. The story just feels pieced together, you know where its going to go. This seems like it was wrote for a fifth grade class project. The style is interesting, but falls flat with all the terrible acting. The Ugly: The make-up. Well its not bad, but Red Eye's make-up is pretty ugly, its one of the things I liked. The claymation was pretty nice also. I'm not sure what to say, but don't watch this movie, unless you really want to know how bad it is.
(jp) wrote: Videotaper asks too few questions when he takes a job to film an embezzeler in her apartment and ends up framed for her murder. A rare serious offering from Chuck Vincent. Some similarities to DePalma's Body Double but not quite on that level.
(nl) wrote: Splendor in the Grass (1961) -- [7.0] -- Warren Beatty made his screen debut alongside Natalie Wood in this Elia Kazan film about sexual repression in 1920s middle-America. Beatty and Wood play Bud and Deanie, high school lovers who plan to get married and consummate their growing sexual urges. But their parents and their own conflicted emotions end up tearing them apart, with Bud wandering aimlessly and Deanie landing in psychiatric care. "Splendor in the Grass" is awkward and unintentionally hilarious at times, especially in its depiction of the teens' unbridled horniness and the apparent madness it can bring. If someone could have just introduced the concept of masturbation to Bud and Deanie, they could have been spared all the heartache and tragedy to come. But as odd as the film is, I still enjoy the family drama component, as well as the script's exploration of the madonna/whore complex, a comparison drawn between the innocent Deanie and Bud's boozing floozie of a sister (Barbara Loden). In one of the most curious scenes in the movie, Bud's father (Pat Hingle) encourages him not to "spoil" Deanie, the woman he loves, and to instead have sex with "another kind of girl". The madonna/whore complex has always simplified the roles of women in storytelling, but I rarely see male characters also struggling with the notion that their love is a spoiling agent. You can watch "Splendor in the Grass" as a somewhat campy film or as a bizarre look back at a more primitive, fearful society. Look for future Oscar-winner Sandy Dennis and comedian Phyllis Diller in small roles.
(kr) wrote: Excellent film, deserves at least 10 stars, well directed right down to exact details of this impressive true story of 1955.
(ag) wrote: Blue Streak is your classic 90's action comedy and is right in Martin Lawerences prime. Its daft, unrealistic and slapstick..the perfect formula for a good 90's movie. Its pretty short and sweet but its the type of movie which can appeal to all if your not wanting anything serious but just something to put a smile on your face.
(nl) wrote: The film that introduced me to the greatness of Robert Downey, Jr., and the beautifully-crafted theme song, "After All", by Cher and Peter Cetera.
(au) wrote: I wanted to adjust my initial rating of 3 and a half stars to just 3 stars because it still boggles my mind that this film is essentially a double remake of both Sleepless in Seattle and The Shop Around the Corner. But dammit if there isn't something so freaking charming about this movie. And that is Tom Hanks. You can't not like him in this movie and Meg Ryan's performance is bolstered every second they're on screen together. I feel like her storyline was very lacking in this film, and whether by proxy or by way of her being a huge romantic comedy star at the time she decided to provide a less enjoyable performance and the tension the audience feels about them being apart as characters in the film is really just us wanting Tom Hanks to be on screen with her again because the movie is immeasurably better.