Stoked: The Rise and Fall of Gator

Stoked: The Rise and Fall of Gator

A documentary exploring the rise and fall of 80s skateboard legend Mark "Gator" Rogowski.

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Nick A (mx) wrote: What is this? You take an actor from Stargate, give him a similar role in a lousy syfy production, and hope it works out? Well okay, I watched it, and up till the end even, but I don't feel better now. Predictable, bad effects, stupid characters.

Anthony V (us) wrote: Fun film with good performances from the girls in the band, great soundtrack from James Iha (of the Smashing Pumpkins), a solid script and good direction. In case you haven't heard of Japanese punk band, "The Blue Hearts", the title track is going to stay in your head.

Ransom K (es) wrote: i can't believe i even watched this movie!

David A (au) wrote: What the hell is this film?

Amir M (fr) wrote: With two convincing actors in the leading role and great supporting cast, this film is highly entertaining despite the non satisfying climax.

Yousef S (ca) wrote: The three episodes within this film are entrancing, exciting and funny to say the least. First episode called Magnetic rose, directed by Koji Morimoto can be best described as a space opera. The idea of a distress signal used to lure men into her domain seems fitting. I also understood the allusions of reality when it came to the characters Heintz and Miguel: one falling prey to the apparition whilst the other is battling with reality. Second episode called Stink Bomb, directed by Tensura Okamura can be described as comic disaster, in a good way. Funny how Nobuo does not realize the stink is perspiring off of him. I loved how everyone was trying to kill him. Even in the end, after all that had been said and done disaster strikes a bewildering final blow. The third episode called Cannon Fodder, directed by Katsuhiro Otomo could best be described as steampunk. A lovely rendition of wartime when not even the children know who they are attacking. The art style reminded me of Terry Pratchett's Discworld. The music was also inspiring to hear especially with such composers as Yoko Kanno's operatic Magnetic Rose, Jun Miyake's funky Stink Bomb, and Hiroyuki Nagashima's militaristic Cannon Fodder. overall 100% approval rating. A must-see for suckers of shorts and anime freaks.

C H (br) wrote: "Corao de Apache" A segunda parte do filme me surpreendeu, e a melhor parte do filme. A "concluso final" me surpreendeu mais ainda, machista demais. Tirando os segundos finais do filme, excelente.

Michael B (kr) wrote: Really funny in its own right.

Lise L (es) wrote: Good one! Funny, scary, surprising, great voices!

Steve H (mx) wrote: Where has that time of my life gone.... I watched till the end in the vain hope of some explanation of it... It didn't come... It seemed to have been written whilst under the influence of LSD and you probably needed to be under the influence to enjoy it.....

Manolo P (fr) wrote: An absolutely beautiful film through which Disney offers us one of the most valuable and powerful works that will never be forgotten. It is an incomparable legacy that anyone of any age, context and even age continues to amaze with its supreme music, beautiful images and deep messages that over time can be revived and understood with different meanings. I could not divert my attention and great astonishment as I enjoy it once more after so much time.

Lucas Y (us) wrote: Not much different than most intelligent romantic comedies, but solid overall and great performances.

Johnson C (es) wrote: Another style of war movie, showing the another side life of a soldier.