Renaissance Man

Renaissance Man

Danny DeVito plays an advertising man who is slowly sliding downhill. When he is fired from his job in Detroit, he signs up for unemployment. One day they find him a job; Teaching thinking skills to Army recruits. He arrives on base to find that there is no structure set up for the class.

After getting canned from his advertising job, down-and-out divorcé Bill Rago gets a gig teaching English at a nearby army base. His mission: keep a ragtag bunch of underachieving misfits from flunking out of basic training! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Patrick F (au) wrote: What happened to quality control with this movie...lol. Too many plot holes, situations that just don't make any sense. Very weak character/ character build. To bad director doesn't ask opinions before the release of a film.

Michael V (fr) wrote: This movie is hilarious, twisted, and magical. A must-see for comedy nerds, dancers, and musical enthusiasts.

Sankar Anand B (mx) wrote: caught the concertration but not up to the end ended up routine

Mike J (us) wrote: All I have to say is, WOW! Thriller, desire, and Eva Amurri, it doesn't get any better than this (wink). I recently had the opportunity to screen the independent film Animals directed by Arnold Cassius starring Marc Blucas ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer", Summer Catch), Naveen Andrews ("Lost", The English Patient), Nicki Aycox ("Cold Case", A Perfect Stranger), Andy Comeau ("House") and Eva Amurri ("Californication"). Despite the well known cast, Animals is sexy, seductive, and sure to scare. Jarrett (Marc Blucas) and Nora (Nicki Aycox) are bound by blood after a steamy love affair leaves Jarrett wanting more. Besides lusting after the blonde bombshell Nora, Jarrett is faced with increasing animal instincts, which heighten his senses and his ultimate desire to fight. His new found love has brought him face to face with danger as Jarrett is introduced to Vic (Naveen Andrews) who has come to fight for what he deems as his territory, Nora. Vic is unwilling to accept that Nora has had intimate encounters with another man and vows to kill Jarrett because of it. This indie flick has many attributes including an intriguing story line, intertwining plot, intensity, and risky action scenarios. Not to mention the star-studded cast featuring starlet Eva Amurri who won a Young Artist Award for her role in The Banger Sisters. Amurri is also known for her role as Jackie in the HBO series "Californication" starring David Duchovny. "Californication" is currently one of my favorite television series, therefore, leaving me eager to watch Amurri in another feature film. The sexy Naveen Andrews known for his role as Sayid Jarrah in the ABC series "Lost", stars as Vic (the dark sexy villain). Andrews gives an amazing performance as the movie's antagonist and animalistic killer. If you are into hot blondes, intense love scenes, horror, and Werewolves then I highly recommend checking out Animals on DVD June 15, 2010. Buy it, Rent it, or Queue it up! ~Kristin Kosmoski *sponsored post

Loreno B (gb) wrote: Un film meraviglioso. Philippe Garrel uno dei cineasti pi off dell' ambiente francese, amico di Truffaut e Bertolucci, e firma un film totalmente inattuale. Les Amants Reguliers un film di puro amore cinefilo la cui durata lo rende inavvicinabile a chiunque ritiene il cinema intrattenimento. C' era una volta il cinema francese, c' erano una volta i piani sequenza, le chiusure a iride, il b/n che sapeva di celluloide, le sigarette consumate, le sentenze esistenzialiste sbiascicate, i volti scavati, i sampietrini divelti, c'era il '68. Potrebbe essere un film nostalgico, agiografico invece un film potentissimo, che prende alla gola, doloroso e sanguinante. Inizia dove The Dreamers finisce, sulla strada, e paradossalmente finisce dove The Dreamers inizia, dentro le case borghesi. La sconfitta totale. Come nello straordinario secondo film di Bertolucci "Prima della rivoluzione", citato come un santino da Lilie, l' irregolarit solo una parentesi, brevissima, per poi ripiombare nella regolarit. Ecco perch questo film si poteva chiamare "Dopo la rivoluzione" ma si chiama invece "Gli amori regolari". Non un accenno a ci che stato, il '68, le lotte sindacali, gli scontri nelle universit ma un accostamento tra due termini ossimorici (se riportati a quell' epoca) dove l' amore, l' amour fou, l' intensit erotica della liberazione sessuale si sottomette all' aggettivo pi borghese che esista: regolari. Ci che Francois e i suoi amici non capiscono che loro stessi sono borghesi, borghesi che vorrebbero fare la rivoluzione per e nonostante il proletariato, ma sempre borghesi rimangono. E lo rimarranno sempre, nonostante cerchino in tutti i modi di scapparne rifugiandosi nelle loro figure di artisti maledetti, tra i fumi dell' oppio e le promiscuit sessuali. Il vero vincitore Antoine, l' unico che, avulso dai dettami politici, sfrutta le conquiste del '68 a suo piacimento: prima mantenendo a casa sua come in una comune Warholiana i suoi amici e poi tutto ad un tratto, scaricandoli per partire per il Marocco. Svegliatisi di soprassalto dal Sogno questi "dreamers" saranno costretti a fare i conti con la realt, con una rivoluzione che non hanno fatto, con una guerra che non hanno vinto. Louis Garrel sembra Jean Pierre Leaud ed il tramite tra il film di Bertolucci (interpretava The) e questo girato da suo padre Philippe dove indossa le camice bianche e le giacche stropicciate di fustagno di Francois, poeta ipersensibile che si innamora della scultrice Lilie. La loro relazione costituisce un' ampio capitolo della pellicola, dove alle chitarre degli Stones si sostituiscono pochi accordi di piano sparsi tra silenzi e tra ombre dei volti. Finch Lilie decide di partire per New York, accompagnata dal suo pigmalione, per tentare fortuna come artista. Francois la lascia scivolare via, senza dire nulla. Lilie una "dgueulasse"? Assolutamente s, ma come Patricia Franchini fa uccidere Michel Poiccard per tentare di rinascere alla vita, sia pure attraverso il dolore, abbandonando i sogni inattuali di amore e anarchia, cos Lilie scappa in America (percorso inverso di Patricia NdB) per tentare una "borghesissima" carriera da artista, lasciando a Parigi Francois e la sua giovinezza. Quest' ode alla bellezza perduta dei sogni di giovent lancia un messaggio forte e preciso: tutto deve essere bello, tendere alla bellezza assoluta. "Beauty Is Truth,Truth Beauty". La bellezza definisce la verit coscche anche la finzione del film di Garrel, esterrefatta, una romantica superstizione. ? il dolore che si fa poesia ed la poesia che contrasta l??omologazione. Lo sono i volti dei due protagonisti, dei loro amici, il taglio dei loro vestiti, il candore delle loro camicie immacolate, i capelli arruffati. Il grande errore del '68 stata l' incapacit di capire che anzich la ricchezza sarebbe stata da ridistribuire la bellezza. L' estremo rigore formale di Garrel non semplice autoreferenzialit ma crea un universo morale ben codificato: i piani sequenza, la staticit della macchina da presa, i dialoghi in soggettiva, i carrelli sono la chiave interpretativa di un film altrimenti difficilmente leggibile. Ma la limpidezza del linguaggio delinea un' elegia funebre a un cinema che non esiste pi, e che forse non mai esistito, ma che come i ricordi del periodo proto rivoluzionario, si deforma nella memoria. Menzione speciale (oltre alla vittoria al Festival di Venezia) per la strepitosa fotografia in b/n di William Lubtchansky, assistente di lunga data dei vari Godard, Truffaut e Rivette, che da sola sarebbe una motivazione ben sufficente per rimanere tre ore in silenzio davanti allo schermo. Questo il film definitivo sul sessantotto, sui sogni e sulle delusioni. Prendere o Lasciare.

Mariana A (es) wrote: Beautiful and melancholy.

Sylvester K (br) wrote: Session 9 proves that you don't need fancy special effects nor gore to make an effective horror film. A crew of asbestos cleaners working in an abandoned asylum began to experience paranormal activities when they discovered 9 sessions of hypnotherapy recordings. The patient has 3 personalities, only 2 were heard while the third named Simon remains a mystery. As the days progress, each crew member became more wary of their work, until the truth is revealed.It's hard to explain the film, while it is a psychological thriller, there are doubts on whether there were in fact supernatural elements or they were simply delusions form stress. Session 9 shows that sounds and light can be just as scary as a murderous maniac. Interestingly the film was shot in 24 frame per second, it worked effectively to create the realistic feeling. I can't praise this film enough, it is what psychological thrillers should aim to achieve- using our brains.

Chad M (es) wrote: LOVED this movie growing up, wowzerz.

Francisco L (ru) wrote: Phone Booth offers to us an unpredictable narrative, a clever script, an exhilarating and breathless plot whose suspense scenes are elevated by the outstanding Colin Farrell's performances and by Kiefer's voice, so all what I can say about this, is that this claustrophobic movie has more suspense and thrilling scenes than many thrillers that aren't claustrophobic what is rare and honorable.

Randy S (ag) wrote: a fun watch...kinda like sherlock holmes. I watched this as research for my project.

Bill G (nl) wrote: Star of "Houseguest" Sinbad truly is perfectly named: He is a bad sin, he is quite literally God's worst sin against mankind. No plague of locusts or even global flood is worse than having to sit through 1 hour and 53 minutes of Sinbad. Sinbad is an abomination. He is the Anti-Christ. I'd rather pass a kidney stone the size of a Voit basketball than sit through even another minute of Sinbad's comedy stylings. (That is comedy he's attempting, right?) However, now that I think about it, a blaxploitation version of the Bill Murray comedy "Groundhog's Day" starring Sinbad as the guy who keeps waking up over and over again on the same day, except in this version, Sinbad would die a different type of violent, brutal, torturous death all day every day, waking up for it all to start over again. Now that's a Sinbad movie I'd pay good money to see. What the hell was the name of this movie? Oh yeah, "Houseguest." What makes the whole experience of watching this cancerous growth on cinema even more depressing is watching a true talent like the late Phil Hartman wasted in tripe like this. Put simply, "Houseguest" sucks more than Linda Lovelace.

Mette S (kr) wrote: From reading reviews, I got the idea that this kinda worked, if you're into movies about "kinks". Trust me, it doesn't! It's just horrible and taking very long to get to the point. Meh.

Michael W (ag) wrote: Terror in the skies as a crazed man hijacks a plane with intentions of diverting it to Moscow. Turbulent action featuring superstar Charlton Heston at the helm. A clear product of the disaster film era. Made with serious intentions but the passing of time has transformed some scenes and dialogue into unintended comedy--including an underdeveloped love triangle between three members of the flight crew told via flashbacks.

Axel R (fr) wrote: This movie is horrible and not in a good way. The plot makes no sense

Josephine d (kr) wrote: Hilarious and underated

Angela M (es) wrote: This movie was so inspirational. Although it had some very sad parts that make you cry it was a very good movie.