An Italian spends a day in Los Angeles while waiting for his visa.
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Brian P (au) wrote: Not a very good movie.....
Dan P (br) wrote: Dark, tragic. Very Bittersweet. More tragi-comedy than comedy. You do find yourself laughing at the absurdity. And it will make you look at life differently. Watch it with a full box of tissues.
Sarah C (es) wrote: You will find here the same combination of softcore porn and violence that Channel 5 used to have when it first started. The downside is there's no "Sunset Beach" for the comedy element.
Bruno A (ca) wrote: Dormi do meio pro final.
amy s (mx) wrote: oh what alcohol can do.
James A (ag) wrote: Classic Larry Cohen, the legendary New York O.G., (original guerrilla) filmmaker who got shots few others had the balls to even try, much less get on film.
Eric J (us) wrote: Seven Up!Runtime: 38 minutes (37 minutes of "real movie")RATING (0 to ****): **1/2A mostly unintelligible and, surprisingly, less funny documentary than one would expect, considering the subjects being little 7-year-olds (gotten to accustomed to that whole "kids say the darndest things" business, I guess). The most interesting part of this documentary is not necessarily in the experiment they're performing- which would mean it would inevitably be more interesting as it progresses- but what is the most fascinating to listen to:How these little 7-year-old kids think of such touchy conversation topics as money, politics, and racial issues.7 Plus SevenRuntime: 52 minutes (51 minutes of "real movie")RATING (0 to ****): **1/2Slightly better than its predecessor, though it's obvious the filmmakers are still having a hard time getting the kids to say anything. Most of them look very reluctant, and the big flaw I'm seeing with this series thus far is too many talking heads- show don't tell. I know they can't chronicle everything in 7 years (not expecting "Hoop Dreams" here), but showing more would make a better documentary.A style is established, of showing clips from the first installment, and cutting to contrasting views of now. Yet again, it is when our participants talk about touchy issues that it is at its most interesting.21Runtime: 1 hour, 40 minutes (99 minutes of "real movie")RATING (0 to ****): ***Ah, there's the lucky break I was waiting for! The big moral with an experimental series like this, which structures itself around time, is to be patient.It seems the filmmakers realize how unsuccessful it was to pop information from when the participants were 14- clips are rarely used. Also dropped are the thoughts on racial issues- and I'm guessing that's for the sake of some of our participants. Some of them have become hippies, and I've noticed hippie culture always brings out the best in documentaries (love it or hate it, you just have to keep listening and keep watching: or, why "Woodstock" worked as a 4-hour film).The third time around, it is finally immersive, and though longer than the first two combined, it moves twice as fast as either one. While still excessive in its use of talking heads, we do see some people at work- one of them in the progress of building a house, another we get to see our jockey in a horse race with people placing bets.While structured to be accessible to those who have not viewed the previous installments, I think most of the people likely to view this would like to see it from the beginning- it does enhance the experience, though it's not an absolute requirement. Only at 21 do they start to allow us to get to know them.
Andrew C D (gb) wrote: The plot seems to lack any flesh, and I frankly can't understand its appeal. Also, 61 minutes shouldn't count as a feature film.
Augustine H (ag) wrote: Here we are presented a story of a gangster trying to reconcile with his childhood friend. Despite his failure, he manages to alter himself at the end to lead a positive social influence. With the positivity it presents, James Cagney's great performance and the chilling Humphrey Bogart, this film is horrendously clichd and dated after more than 70 years.
Tanner M (mx) wrote: A fun cheesy 80's slasher movie! I had a general good time watching this movie. It is very entertaining, and never once boring. It keeps a good pace so script wise nothing's wrong. On the other hand the acting was fine until an actor had to be scared then it looks like they just pooped themselves in public. The filming was acceptable, and the "Famous" twist ending was a little easy to guess. One problem I have is how 80's this movie is. I know that's the time period but my goodness. It's hard to look at short-shorts all the time. So overall this movie is good with its tacky kills and good laughs. Define toy whatch it if your a horror fan!