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Susanna M (de) wrote: Thoroughly enjoyed it. Esp the closing credits with Psy.
Gina W (ru) wrote: All My Friends Are Funeral Singers 1 Disc Widescreen (2010) Running time 83 minutes "All My Friends Are Funeral Singers" was written and directed by Tim Rutili and stars Angela Bettis as Zel, a psychic running a business out of her home at the edge of the woods that lives with a large number of ghosts dressed in white that interact around her playing instruments and giving her answers to give to her clients. All is well working in harmony until the ghosts want to move on to the bright light and find they cannot. After a mysterious light appears at the windows during the night, the ghosts want to go to it and find themselves trapped. At first they blame Zel like she is keeping them there and she has to dig into her past to try and come up with a solution for them. Their presence effects every part of her life, her career, her home life, and her relationship with her boyfriend whom she practically ignores when he visits since she is enraptured by the presence of all her friends in white around her like she's the most popular girl in school. Zel must be a very lonely person to rely so heavily on the ghosts' company when they are so noisy and argumentative all the time. The ghosts all discuss theories about what happened to them and try to rationalize points of their lives and talk to the camera like it is a documentary/reality-type format like "The Office" for some reason. Zel herself is never interviewed so it is hard to figure out her objectives when she just gazes at them and accepts them as a normal part of her family. The ghosts argue about their sex lives, their deaths, and whatever else they can think of in these asides. It is a very strange situation because Zel and the ghosts have very few interactive conversations and the ghosts mostly talk amongst themselves and play with the answering machine. One man comes to see Zel at her home for her psychic powers in predicting winning race horses which one of her ghosts always gives her the answers to. There is also a woman who is supposed to be a friend of Zel's, but always asks Zel to summon the spirit of her late husband. Zel acts as a medium for the husband to communicate through in his own voice with her mouth moving and this amazing phenomena is taking place and all the couple can do is bicker. He keeps yelling at his wife for waking him up and summoning him again! Apparently this process is very taxing on Zel so it is hard to gauge why she bothers going through this for this woman who is clearing using her. It is a confusing movie and also a very noisy movie! All the trains running through this movie remind me of a house I grew up in near a train track. All the ghosts act like they are in a tribal band when they want attention and are constantly hitting drums and shaking tambourines and maracas. It is about as headache inducing for the audience as it is for the protagonist! They are a lot less like "funeral singers" and a lot more like a never ending drum circle. After some research, it turns out that the ghosts in this film are the band Califone and they released an album in 2009 called "All My Friends are Funeral Singers" and this film was being written at the same time based on their track list. Is this movie a vehicle for the album or the album a vehicle for the movie? Either way there is a story they wanted to tell visually and musically, but so much focus was put on the music portion that very little was put into the writing of dialogue or fleshing out of the plot. If you like Califone's music, then this film will be wonderful for you. Otherwise it is a lot more hassle than it is worth to sit through and can induce a headache unfortunately. For an interesting concept, it was not carried out well. Bonus Features: There are ghost interviews laced throughout the film to get their perspective on their death and why they feel they are still around and haven't advanced into the after-after life. There is a feature that allows you to see longer segments of those interviews. There is a music video for the song, "Funeral Singers" that plays near the end of the movie. There is also a live Califone performance on the film's set of "Polish Girls". "Paper Shoes" and "Joe's Ear" are two more songs that are played in the bonus features section, these are NOT featurettes, just music, no explanation. There is also a longer sequence of a scene of a ghost listening to an answering machine. These featurettes do not remark on the movie, the making of the movie, or interview any cast or crew. They are just extended scenes and deleted musical numbers.
EevaLiisa P (kr) wrote: i really liked, funny and tragic same time. Beautiful setting.
Owen D (nl) wrote: Was ok, but very predictable.
Joe W (mx) wrote: One of the most beautiful & brilliant piece of filmmaking I've seen! It was unbelievable!
Thrse F (de) wrote: Not at all interested
Alex B (gb) wrote: Lumumba was a good even great man (much better/greater than Obama, who recently condescendingly lectured Africa to do better, to stop being so corrupt--corrupted by whom?). And the Congo could have been a great country if not for (yes, that's right Obama) Western imperialism/capitalism.
MF J (de) wrote: Maybe a little less original than the first one, this second chapter of the adventures of our favorite cops/taxi driver is taking things to the next level, bigger, louder but not better.
WS W (ca) wrote: Not as amusing as I was hoping for.
Zachary Y (jp) wrote: only thing even kinda good was Alyssa Milano. WORST MOVIE EVER!
Juli N (fr) wrote: The franchise hit rock bottom!
Matt A (nl) wrote: Penis? You just found something...
JAGT P (de) wrote: 55% Battle For The Planet Of The Apes, works more as an extra chapter than a continuation for the franchise, as its plot and characters don't go anywhere and learn something new to make the series go on. Is like the previous one, give it a try, and you might like it or not.
Rogerinho S (br) wrote: A great template for any heist movie to follow. Jean Servais is brilliant as le Stephanois, and the tension just builds to unbearable heights. Some good humour, a brilliant heist sequence, and a slightly unwieldy hamlet ending.
Bruce B (it) wrote: Lets See Boris Karloff as an Asian Detective, humm, no I liked him better in his horror roles, maybe its me. But this is coming from a Native American who grew up watching white European men play the part of most American Indians in most westerns prior to 1980. The least you could have done was glue his eyes back a little more. It was funny to see how Mr. Wong held his smoke, more like a German in war movies, were we stereo type when these films were made??? If you get it in a group I say go for it but as a single, naw stay away from it.
Sascha S (jp) wrote: I love this movie. its a classic for sure.