Tales of Ordinary Madness

Tales of Ordinary Madness

Poet/lecturer Charles Serking awakens from his alcoholic haze long enough to take a bus back to L.A. and plunge into an orgy of drink and sexual depravity.

Poet/lecturer Charles Serking awakens from his alcoholic haze long enough to take a bus back to L.A. and plunge into an orgy of drink and sexual depravity. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Tales of Ordinary Madness torrent reviews

Brian P (ag) wrote: Won't watch this movie because of the awful things I heard happened behind the scenes concerning the dogs used for the production. Disgusting doesn't even begin to describe how I feel about this. Not worth any stars.

Isadore H (ag) wrote: Despite some uncertainty about this one, I can say I liked Red 2 just as much; if not more than its predecessor. The cast is great, and seems to be having fun, the action is spectacular at times, and the plot is good enough to keep me entertained. I really enjoyed Red and Red 2, and would really like to see another film to make a trilogy

Pammela J (kr) wrote: A must see! One of the best films I have enjoyed on the Black Panthers. Excellent!

Layla A (ru) wrote: Wal-Mart is evil. I don't shop there out of principle. I believe in paying for things so that employees get paid fairly. I'm so glad to see that communities are fighting back. What is most saddening is that Wal-Mart could easily fix all these problems. All they'd have to do is for the people at the top to reduce their abundant salaries just a little and use it to increase employee salaries and everyone would be better off. Unfortunately, the Walton family and all the higher ups they employ seem to suffer from the sickness of greed and money, where even though they have billions, they are afraid to death to lose that money and are forever on a mission to get more. Wal-Mart disgusts me and I hope more of them get shut down. Part of the beauty of the US is that we have power as the public and we need to do our civic duty and hold these corporations responsible.

Gregory W (nl) wrote: no new tale to tell here-another insider hollywood story, here's the formula: swimming with sharks+entourage-the posse =this one.

Connie Z (es) wrote: I'm never sure what I'm going to get when I sit down to watch a John Sayles flick. This effort is extremely uneven. Chris Cooper is always a treat, but he's underutilized in this film as it wanders along to an uncertain ending. Who the heck is Danny Huston and how did he score the lead role? Another actor would have been able to lift this puppy out of the doldrums. His efforts at emoting were painful to watch particularly when he was played off against Richard Dreyfuss. Poor fellow...clearly out of his league.

Nicholas S (us) wrote: A very touching films of neglect and how people can put on a false face for good or bad. The ending however is completely unsatisfactory and very sad. Not the comedy that it purports to be.

David K (br) wrote: Nielsen is a riot at times!

Sharn (jp) wrote: sequel to willard gotta like smartie old ben. this is where michael j becomes weird

Zach L (mx) wrote: vey beautiful story with young fairies. Tinky here is not only a very curious tinker but also very fluent in talking . This movie is the only stories that fairies are joining humans