The Butch Factor
What does mean to be gay and be a man? There's no straight answer for sure. From the Castro culture of the 1970s to today’s Bears and gym rats, this fascinating investigation of gay men and sexuality blows the lid off old stereotypes and showcases a battalion of interviewees including muscle men, rodeo riders, rugby players and cops. The men speak candidly on topics from homophobia to metrosexuality to embracing effeminacy as they reveal what it means to be a gay man in America today.
- Stars:Christopher Hines, Jason Hefley, H.T. Bennett, Junior Buendia, Doug Komlenic, Frank Yanez, Vincent Calvarese, Ellen Brin, Mike Gunn, Kevin Reed, Marcus Nunn, Dalph Johnson, Bil Yoelin, Jim Reed, Dave Allen,
- Director:Christopher Hines,
A multicultural examination of modern gay male society and how masculinity is expected, defined, accepted, and expanded. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(nl) wrote: En film der egentlig overrasker positivt! Hvis man kan leve med at Rupert Friend ligner Frank Lampard fr man god underholdning og keder sig bestemt ikke. Filmen er godt lavet og actionfyldt og Val Kilmer spiller en lille men fin rolle. En forfriskende film der stikker lidt dybere end de klassiske krigsfilm fra Hollywood. Slutningen er dog lidt vag og trkker filmen ned. Tilbage str dog en udmrket oplelvelse!
(ca) wrote: A rousing stop motion flick full of heart and laughs.
(mx) wrote: Interesting, but sometimes as boring as watching paint dry ;)
(jp) wrote: Very smart smart and quirky down to earth and original. This movie had me from start to finish and yet another great performance from Paul Giovanni.
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(de) wrote: wow.....ummm just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch......its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie.....i think that stephen chow, wei zhao, man tat ng, patrick tse, wong yat fei, play good roles/parts throughout this movie......i think that the director of this action/adventure/art house/international/comedy movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie......YOU HAVE GOT TO WATCH THE END OF THE CREDITS AS THEY SHOW YOU THE OUTTAKES FROM THIS MOVIE DURING THE CREDITS.......the cast is:::MajorIron Head (Wong Yat Fei): the eldest Shaolin brotherHooking Leg (Mok Mei Lam): the second brother, "Hooking Leg" has Shaolin skills resembling ground tumbling boxing.Iron Shirt (Tin Kai-Man): the third brother, "Iron Shirt" can absorb all kinds of blunt force attacks with little to no injuries, as well as siphoning and shooting the ball with his abdomen.Empty Hand, (lightning hand) (Danny Chan Kwok Kwan): the fourth brother "Empty Hand", lightning hand, bears much resemblance to Bruce Lee. "Mighty Steel Leg" Sing (Stephen Chow): the fifth brother and Forward striker for Team Shaolin, and the main protagonist of the film.Light Weight Vest (Lam Chi chung): the sixth brother "Light Weight" is obese and gluttonous."Golden Leg" Fung (Ng Man Tat): a player from the 1980sMui (Vicki Zhao): A baker andSing's love interestHung (Patrick Tse): The coach of Team Evil MinorTeam Evil's striker No. 9 (Sik Chi Wan): He can back flip and soar into the sky to kick a fiery ball to its target.Team Evil's Goalkeeper No. 21 (Cao Hua): He is able to guard with one hand in his pocket. His incredibly strong hands are capable of crushing a thick metal crossbar.Team Dragon Players No. 7 & No. 11 (Cecilia Cheung and Karen Mok): They work as a team and can run so fast that it appears as if they are flying inches above the ground.Team Rebellion Captain (Fung Min Hun): He is a vicious mobster who wields a crescent wrench and steel mallet as weapons.Team Tofu Captain (Vincent Kok): Captain of the team that Team Shaolin faces in preliminaries.its got good special effects throughout this movie......i think that this is such a really funny movie 2 watch.......its got a good soundtrack throughout this movie......Casting Apart from several veteran actors, Chow stated in an interview with Premiere magazine that he cast several people in his entourage who had no prior acting experience before Shaolin Soccer. For example, Lam Chi Chung (Light Weight) had worked as Chow's screenwriter and Danny Chan Kwok Kwan (Empty Hand) was the dance choreographer hired to design the "Michael Jackson dance number" that followed Sing and Mui's first meeting early in the film. Chow comments he made Chan wear Bruce Lee's yellow-and-black tracksuit because only the goalkeeper "can wear a special uniform." Tin Kai Man (Iron Shirt) had been Chow's production manager on several movies, but had acted in numerous minor roles in previous films.For instance, he played a young wanna-be Triad member in Chow's preceding movie, King of Comedy. Cecilia Cheung and Karen Mok, who briefly appear as Team Dragon Players 7 & 11 in Shaolin Soccer, had major roles in King of Comedy. Chow defends his decision to hire non-actors, saying, "In terms of finding talent, I try to bring out the funniest thing I notice about them during casting, if it made us laugh at the casting, it will also do on the big screen." Vicki Zhao, who played the Mandarin-speaking Mui, said it was a different step for her to star in a Hong Kong production. However, Zhao admitted that she was not impressed with her look with less makeup because she is easily recognisable for her beautiful appearance. Three of the principal cast members appeared in Chow's Kung Fu Hustle: Danny Chan Kwok Kwan (Empty Hand) portrayed Brother Sum, boss of the "Axe Gang"; Tin Kai Man (Iron Shirt) portrayed the loud-mouthed advisor of Brother Sum; and Lam Chi Chung (Light Weight) portrayed Bone, Chow's sidekick and partner in petty crime. Fung Min Hun (Team Rebellion Captain) briefly appeared as Cecilia Cheung's abusive boyfriend in King of Comedy and the Four Eyes Clerk who beats up both Sing and Bone when they make fun of him on the bus in Kung Fu Hustle.i think that this is such a really enjoyable comedy movie 2 watch its such a really funny movie 2 watch with a good cast throughout this movie......i think that this is such a really well written/acted/directed movie 2 watch its got a good cast throughout this movie its such an enjoyable movie 2 watch........
(fr) wrote: watch it again, incredible film about life, youth, sex, love, and the end is like oh so unexpected. Catherine Breillat is like the goddess of erotic films.
(gb) wrote: [b]Sabrina[/b] is worth a nine but deserves an eight. [b]Gaudi Afternoon[/b] is worth a seven but deserves an eight. [b]You Can Count on Me[/b] is worth a seven, deserves a nine, but will get an eight because it wouldn't want a nine anyhow.
(fr) wrote: Golf version of "Bull Durham" with some reused plot elements, techniques and feelings, but same enjoyment that's probably more even though it's sort-of forgettable. (B)(Full review coming soon)
(us) wrote: Remember the good ole days before the internet? Before even television? Radio was the dominant technology and Allen nostalgically recalls not only the simplicity of those times but how the emerging tech was already shaping the dreams, thoughts, and thus the lives of the listeners. The subject is really too big for the time alloted and so the overall feeling is scattered, but the idea is there, and very nearly resonant.
(nl) wrote: not the best cover for this. the one I have is much better...I like this movie, haven't seen it in a while, but use to watch it all the time as a kid. And I remember liking it.
(us) wrote: Hondo was directed by John Farrow but certainly reminds one of John Ford's films and stars his usual A-list actor John Wayne in a Western film, albeit a little offbeat one. The tone is unique and one that differs and the story is unique and has a lot going for it however. John Wayne gives another solid performance and the film is brisk, running under an hour and a half and is well-paced and has enough action in the latter part of the film to make it entertaining enough. Not the best of Westerns, but one that is unique and solid overall.
(mx) wrote: Dracula part two, anyone?! Love Lugosi!
(jp) wrote: he had 2 sell lassie....but she found a way n went thru all dis crap 2 get back 2 da boy..lassie!..=(...lol..i cnt talk bout dis movie coz it makes me cry even more than da other 1..its jst so sad..but a beautiful story about friendship....
(de) wrote: I went into Five Graves to Cairo only knowing that this was Billy Wilder's attempt to make some pro-ally style war movie, and that it was one of Quentin Tarantino's favorite films - anyone with two eyes and ears can tell it's a big influence on Inglourious Basterds - and finally seeing it, it holds up, as far as it goes. It's not something that is reliant on a lot of battles or action in the sense one might expect from a lot of war films. The Tarantino connection is a lot thicker than one might expect; Wilder in 'Cairo' is all about mounting suspense and keeping up the rouse of Franchot Tone's JJ Bramble turned German spy turned English hotel waiter Paul Davros around a bunch of German officers occupying the hotel while planning an offensive maneuver in North Africa.Every moment is tense and taut when this man is around these officers, and while Tone is not the best or most expressive actor of his time he does enough for what the role and Wilder ask of him, giving some charm and personality to a character who has to be different things at different moments. Part of it also comes from who knows what piece of information, the fact that from the start some p-eople know more than others (as, in a fantastic opening that sets much of the tone, Bramble stumbles sun-baked into the hotel after leaving his blown-apart tank, and Tamiroff and Anne Baxter have to do their best to make sure the Germans don't see him behind the bar, which does get moved mid-scene), and that there is other stakes going on, like with Baxter's man in a prison camp.All the while, Wilder gives some wonderful scenes for Peter van Eyck, who's the Lieutenant overseeing the operation, and his commanding officer especially Erich von Stroheim. Von Stroheim is the strongest part of the film, as every time he gives this character dimension and presence, and how every line is delivered makes him a man who is clearly out to do his duty as a Nazi officer on the move towards Egypt (and those 'five graves', which becomes a plot point but isn't as important as seeing what the characters do about it), but is also a sort of a human villain, if that makes sense. I'd almost go as far as to say he makes this field Marshall cunning but also someone who you understand completely: he's doing his job the way he's been trained, and his ambition (some of his officers are astounded he wants to go as far as he plans, with salt shakers on a table demonstrating), and there's some of that same dimension he brought to Grand Illusion. We know he's the villain of the piece, but you can't take your eyes off of him from the moment he's on screen - and Wilder opens on him from behind his head giving orders!I don't know if Tamiroff came off the best here, as he is sort of one-note through most of the run time as the nervous nellie (over?)reacting to every little or big move. And it does still operate on the wave of it being made during the war, with the side clearly drawn (though, again, the Germans are made to not be simply automatic monsters, but people you are meant to understand their motivations, cruel as they end up being, like Rommel's 'papers in triplicate' command to Anne Baxter). But aside from that, it's a generally smart and intense film that relies all on character motivation and that dialog IS the plot, in a sense here. It's a bottle-movie as about 90% of it takes place indoors, but it doesn't operate like a play, despite it being adapted from one. And the ending, or denouement I should say, packs a good emotional wallop redeeming any slow moments.
(nl) wrote: Fans of Universal horror should love this gem of a film!