The Beaver Trilogy

The Beaver Trilogy

The Beaver Trilogy combines three separate vignettes that were filmed at different times, in 1979, 1981, and 1985. The first, entitled The Beaver Kid, is a short documentary about the exploits of "Groovin' Gary", a performer that filmmaker Harris happened upon while filming for a Salt Lake City, Utah news station.

It begins in 1979 with the chance meeting in a Salt Lake City parking lot where filmmaker Trent Harris is approached by an earnest small-town dreamer from Beaver, Utah. Harris jumps at the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Michael W (de) wrote: Russian mob and Japanese mafia negotiate arms deal between lap dances at a local strip club. Tensions mount and trust wanes between the two parties as an undercover police officer is discovered in the ranks. Fight scenes often seem an unfortunate attempt at Jet Li and the cliches do not end with the title.

Marvin H (au) wrote: I don't really know what this film was trying to say if anything...

Cedric L (ag) wrote: Underrated Disney flick with heart and a good soundtrack.

Linda D (au) wrote: An atypical plot unfolds with pacing sufficient to hold interest, capped off with a final act in which Kinglsey positively shines. Great pathos.

Kim R (kr) wrote: One of my all-time favs. Quaid is WAAAYYY over the top but it is so fun watching him get there. Best underrated performances come from John Doe & Lisa Blount he exclaims "what's 50% of nuthin?" while she fills her perfectly rectangular pocketbook full of all Jerry Lee's devil money. Gorgeous techni-color. Makes me wish I heard all the music when it first made mom and pop's eardrums bust.

juan n (fr) wrote: i just want to see this movie because im learning about zoot suit

Joe R (it) wrote: Chisum is just another really good John Wayne film

Richard S (kr) wrote: Jean Hagan is so hilarious in this movie, and the whole thing manages to be insanely cheerful without being sappy. It's delightful.

Andrew R (ag) wrote: Broken City really has a broken script that Mark Wahlberg, Russell Crowe and Kyle Chandler can't save. The city that is broken in this film really isn't that broken and everything is over exemplified to try and make something out of nothing.

Dominic P (ca) wrote: The "villains" in this movie were designed to be so loathsome in an attempt to manipulate the audience into siding with the believers. However, the entire movie is so awful no one comes off as sympathetic....

Prince L (gb) wrote: out of all of Sandlers comedies i think this one utilizes his schtick the best.

Federico F (ca) wrote: Great performance by Robert Downey Jr. on the character, even better cartoon itself, becoming one of the best players in the world