Witness the last days of the Beat poet whose works would capture the very essence of the 1960 counter-cultural movement in an informative documentary featuring Allan Ginsburg's final television interview as well as remarkable deathbed footage shot by underground cinema icon Jonas Mekas. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
No More to Say & Nothing to Weep For: An Elegy for Allen Ginsberg 1926-1997
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Zbigniew Z (kr) wrote: That's the way it is in that country - they left the old communists in power so it's no wonder they're unethical mentality has lingered on, despite the fall of their old government.
Lee M (de) wrote: "Infestation" is not going to blow you away, or rank up there as one of the greatest creature features you've ever seen. It certainly doesn't challenge you in terms of genre expectations, but to its credit, the film does do what it set out to do - turn in a fun, no-frills bug movie.
Elton G (fr) wrote: HP and the goblet of fire stays at the same level of quality in acting, directing, and screenwriting as the first four, but the story grows.
Ryan M (us) wrote: Long , Boring , Poor Effects and Poor Acting but i gotta admit its aimed at kids and im 29 so........maybe if i was 20 years younger i would love it but judging with an Adult mind films 10 years older than this like Never Ending Story,Goonies even Harry Potter offer much better entertainment.
Stuart K (br) wrote: By the mid 1990's, Mel Brooks suddenly found it even harder to get his brand of movie spoofs made, he'd had a deal with Fox since the 1970's, but they'd grown tiresome of him. However, he was given one last stab at a movie spoof, sending up Dracula, in the same way he'd done Young Frankenstein (1974). It's too faithful to the plot of the 1932 Universal original, but it does have some laughs. 1893, and solicitor solicitor Thomas Renfield (Peter MacNicol) has traveled all the way to Transylvania to meet the mysterious Count Dracula (Leslie Nielsen), who Carfax Abbey in England. However, Dracula has Renfield hypnotised into becoming his slave and they head for England. Renfield is found on a boat with all the crew dead, so he's institutionalised under Doctor Seward (Harvey Korman). However, Dracula has already taken a liking to Seward's ward Lucy (Lysette Anthony). Seward notices Lucy acting strangely, and he calls upon Dr. Abraham Van Helsing (Brooks), to help find out what's wrong with Lucy, and he takes an interest in Dracula. Put it this way, this is much better than most of those horrible Scary Movie spoofs that followed in the years afterwards, and there's something quite old fashioned about this one, as it references the Draculas of Universal, Hammer and even Coppola's 1992 take. It's not perfect, but the last of a dying breed of spoofs.
Tasos P (it) wrote: I watched this movie a lot of times! At the beggining I watch without knowing any of actors. After 2 years I "met" Brian Krause from charmed and I loved this movie!
Douglas W (gb) wrote: Another not-so-hot attempt by Prince...but the Soundtrack is hot. The Soundtrack alone gets it an extra star.
Greg W (kr) wrote: a elegant 'caper' film.
Yuri B (us) wrote: Shows you the life of a superhero isn't always pretty... and honestly aren't all that nice either... they're still "human"... and susceptible to the same human failings as any of person.
Don D (us) wrote: Fascinating movie that has amazing acting performances as well as amazing noses. It was very interesting how the stories were connected and how decisions made in one time period affected the other. I also loved how there were almost identical shots in each time period like the placing of the flowers or the breaking of the eggs. A very well made movie with great acting and directing.
Kristofer S (kr) wrote: I remember this movie from back in the day. It's an enjoyable flick with some cool action scenes and a little bit of humor sprinkled throughout. I had fun watching this! Judge all you want ???
Jocey D (br) wrote: Starts out as a tender and beautiful love story between David (Tom Cruise) and Sophia (Penelope Cruz), with some added drama from Julianna (Cameron Diaz). Then it gets very complicated and convoluted, blurring lines between reality and fantasy.
Ken S (jp) wrote: Woody Allen's mockumentary about a man who wanted to be liked so much he can change his appearance and personality to mimic those around him. The film does the documentary style with deadpan humor, even with a goofy premise it comes off like a real documentary. Essentially Allen messed with an optical printer to put himself and Farrow into old movie clips, several years before Zemeckis used similar ideas in "Forrest Gump" using computers. The filmis hilarious, but not only had heart, but it has a serious underside as well. Quite recommended.