Steve Martin: Seriously Funny

Steve Martin: Seriously Funny

Documentary with and about comedian and film star Steve Martin who reads scenes from his self-penned plays and films and reveals hidden talents for roller skating and the banjo.

Documentary with and about comedian and film star Steve Martin who reads scenes from his self-penned plays and films and reveals hidden talents for roller skating and the banjo. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Arik M (au) wrote: I like it, I mean. It does appeal to me

Janet L (ag) wrote: This was a very likable character study film. Nice to see the "small film" with someone so well known as Peter Bogdanovich gracing it as an actor with a pretty small role. We were amused to find at the end of the film that two actors with smaller roles in the file were actually the directors. I especially liked the lead actor who played Peter and I was surprised to learn it was his first feature film.

Berenice C (gb) wrote: Ohhh que pelcula, va de lo extrao a lo incomprensible, del morbo, alo normal que permanece oculto, para que necesitar lenguaje? para que ocultar lo desconocido que es an gratificante quien habra de saber las conse cuencias que implica esto.

unknown u (jp) wrote: this woman kicked ass

Eric R (mx) wrote: After reviewing "Warbus II" I was eager to locate a copy of the original film to see how it compared. I despise viewing sequels without prior viewing of the original film as it gives me no basis to compare the two. Sadly being a fan of Euro cult films this happens quite often. Low and bold one day while rummaging through a bargain bin my eyes fell upon a 10 film set featuring trashy Vietnam war flicks from Italy and/or the Philippines and one of the films was "Warbus". No matter how bad the transfer one can't go wrong for $5 bucks for this trashy goodness and this trash smelled, and tasted, wonderful.In Vietnam and group of civilians and a captured officer are traveling by school bus to get to safety when they are high jacked by some American Soldiers. The soldiers need to the bus to complete a mission and to get to an abandoned command post to contact authities and get rescued. The Vietcong get word of their transmission and are waiting for our rag tag group and a bloody and explosion filled brawl ensues.? ?Like expected the plot is null. Remember this is the time of "Rambo" so explosions and body count is all one needed to be an entertaining movie. "Warbus" delivers on this standpoint as I lost count how many bullets were fired. What "Warbus" lacks is a solid hero as our lead isn't fit to carry Rambo's ammo belt. This lack of a good hero makes the film fad from memory fast in the barrage of bullets and debris flying at the screen. Compared to its sequel, "Warbus" makes a little more sense as at least this bus isn't expected to survive firepower from tanks and helicopters. Still I can't say that I enjoyed it more. They are both Euro trash wonders to behold and definitely two of the more watchable entries into the late 80s Macaroni Combat cycle. The VHS transfer in the "Mercs" set by VideoAsia is watchable but barely. The picture even drops out and rolls for about a minute straight. Still it's better than paying high price for a beat-up ex-rental video tape and transferring it to DVD yourself. For a 10 film set that cost 5 bucks that means "Warbus" cost me a whole half dollar... and I definitely got my 50 cents worth.

Sean C (es) wrote: An interesting look at war-time bombing raids, by one of the most famous B-17s and her crew during the war.

Mayank A (es) wrote: A low budget want to be "District 9". Movie doesn't have anything new to offer and the old recycled stuff are sub standard. Waste of time.

Susie S (gb) wrote: 31 minutes. That's all I could give this piece of shit mysogynistic pile of garbage.