In his directorial debut, Mike Myers documents the astounding career of Hollywood insider, the loveable Shep Gordon, who fell into music management by chance after moving to LA straight out of college, and befriending Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison and Jimi Hendrix. Shep managed rock stars such as Pink Floyd, Luther Vandross, Teddy Pendergrass and Alice Cooper, and later went on to manage chefs such as Emeril Lagasse, ushering in the era of celebrity chefs on television. Stuffed with fantastic archive footage the film traces Shep's transformation from the 1970's hedonist to today's practicing Buddhist yearning for a family of his own. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Dan MufC L (es) wrote: One of the most unexpected-funny films I've ever seen. I'm a massive Oasis fan and knew they were hilarious but looking at their stories in-depth, at the bands highest point, is beyond hilarity. Liam's quotes need to be inscribed into a book. Their legacy has and will, 'stand the test of time'.
Eric U (nl) wrote: five bags of popcorn & 2 sodas
Katherine H (ag) wrote: If you liked joy luck club, or movies like that, then this is a must see!!!! Especially if you have sisters, whether they be by birth or friendship!
Stuart M (ca) wrote: This mind bogglingly dumb movie is incredibly funny. In a dystopian future two gangs are competing for dominance by playing DDR. Yep, it's truly that ridiculous a concept. It makes up for it by knowing it's ridiculous. And it gets some great lines out of it. Lines such as:"How am I supposed to stand up for myself if I ain't got no one to stand up for me?"And"If we don't got booze we don't have bums. And if there ain't no bums on benches who's gonna feed the ducks in the park?"Or"Think with your mind, not your feet."I'm removing the profanity from them because otherwise they're incomprehensible. This film has some of the best bad gangster speak in filmic history. Often there are more swears than other words in a sentence. And most of them don't make sense.
Darwin K (au) wrote: marvelous hip hop doc.
chad g (fr) wrote: These two lads get up to some right adventures and at times I wonder if they are perhaps cast a bit young for it all but I guess it's the new millenium and I may be showing my age. It's a great flick and worthy of a night in front of the video with warm beer and chips!!
Steven B (gb) wrote: Above average martial arts actioner from the pre 'Crouching Tiger' days when actual choreographer took second place to exaggerated reaction shots of people landing heavily after being kicked and punched. Jeff Speakman shows a decent amount of charisma, on top of some decent fight scenes. Not so good are the 'paint by numbers' supporting cast of stereotypical good and bad guys. The main villain is also a massive disappointment, leading to a non-event of a finale. However, the production values are gritty and direct, and the machismo oozes from screen.
Alec R (jp) wrote: The movie moves slowly but pieces together skillfully with artful direction and a natural cast. The result is a story so honest, real, and full of life.
Susan M (ca) wrote: This was the only movie I ever walked out of the movie theater. I really wanted to like it. I was a teen when I saw it. It was bad. I mean so bad. The acting was uncomfortable. Some could act but those that could not was pitiful. Terrible.
Adam S (ca) wrote: huh? This was really stupid, but hilarious.
Simon W (it) wrote: Refreshingly original take on reincarnation