Pippin: His Life and Times

Pippin: His Life and Times

At the goading of the ominous and omnipresent Leading Player, Pippin, the eldest son of King Charlemagne, samples life's pleasures to discover his place in the world and the meaning of his life.

At the goading of the ominous and omnipresent Leading Player, Pippin, the eldest son of King Charlemagne, samples life's pleasures to discover his place in the world and the meaning of his life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Henrique H (kr) wrote: Penthouse north sem dvida no um filme emocionante ou at mesmo perturbador como suspense,mas desenvolve hollander o personagem de Michael Keaton com eficincia e cria um vilo que infelizmente no foi utilizado em robocop.

Sawyer W (ag) wrote: Great movie! It can get you paranoid at times. Very thrilling! Definitely see this one!

Poul F (it) wrote: Its well made but it never packs the punch that a good thriller should.

Andres V (nl) wrote: De esas cosas que uno termina viendo en medio de un desvelo y que sigue viendo por curiosidad de lo estpida que puede llegar a ser. Psima pelcula sobre una especie de vidente que tiene premoniciones sobre accidentes que van terminando con docenas de vidas de adolescentes en accidentes absurdos. Triste cine adolescente que ni siquiera risa da.

Cheung Y (ca) wrote: ???. Silent and Deep

Edgar C (ru) wrote: Existentialism is just the topping of this pessimistic, black-and-white cake. Kaurismki knows that the genre of the source material he adapted is drama, but when did some splashes of humor hurt anyone, especially if you have a very rich character development justifying your directorial plot management?Even if that was not enough, we are offered two sides of a tragedy: the one that comes from the ingratitude towards art when such profession is your profession, and the one that comes with the package called life. Whereas I agree that art in general is a greatly underappreciated profession, La Vie de Bohme suggests between lines that the true art in this life is the art of living and facing such aforementioned tragedies.97/100

Dillinger P (us) wrote: It's around the 5 minute mark of David Cronenberg's adaptation of William S. Burroughs colourful novel, that you pray you remembered to strap in. Naked Lunch is the utterly bat shit biographical, comedy, psychological horror that surrounds an exterminator, who soon finds both him and his wife addicted to the chemical powder he uses for his work. After a horrible accident, he soon finds himself on the run from authorities, sifting through foreign lands or a drug binge for the ages. Naked Lunch is best enjoyed completely in the dark, although dont expect to understand it immediately, this is a film that will take many viewings and indeed research to unlock its true potential. Cronenberg has crafted something hypnotic and disturbing in equal measures, bridging the type of comedy only Terry Gilliam could get away attempting, with his trade mark psychosis and the end result is something so intimidating and wonderful, a vast amount of viewers may be turned off. The plot is difficult to follow, the comedy is pitch black, the dialogue is laden in code and metaphor, this is not for everyone. The cast all do a wonderful job, with Peter Weller stealing the show, in fairness it is indeed his show. Naked Lunch will divide opinion, its bold, fun, dark and enchanting but equally demonic, alienating and insane all at the same time, some viewers will be in heaven for its 2 hour run time, others will be lost before the ride even begins.

Marcus M (br) wrote: Horrible... Absolutely revolting, makes me want break my television... And I love B horror horror/comedy, but this one belongs in the dumpster

Chuck A (ca) wrote: Classic 1980's B movie.

Kyle G (mx) wrote: The perfect example of the '80's vampire movie.

Alex K (au) wrote: I Like David Cronenberg.