The Cockettes

The Cockettes

Documentary about the gender-bending San Francisco performance group who became a pop culture phenomenon in the early 1970s.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:2002
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   christian,   fire,  

Documentary about the gender-bending San Francisco performance group who became a pop culture phenomenon in the early 1970s. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Cockettes torrent reviews

Jennifer M (au) wrote: A compelling story, well-written, complex, and gripping right up to the last moment. Watchable, tasteful treatment of an uncomfortable topic.

Robin A (ru) wrote: This is the worst movie I have ever seen. Horrible acting and it is not put together well. The moral character (or lack thereof) of the people they portray is repulsive.

Sean D (ag) wrote: dul bumbling shit.... quality cast let down by poor dialogue and worse plot.... Even at the end we get a little summing up from the main character which in itself was complete fucking nonsense. Please try not to waste anytime on this drivel...

Justin O (es) wrote: Just look at the cover. Does it look like it could be funny? No? I thought so too, but I gave it a chance. I'll never forgive myself.

Sylvester K (nl) wrote: A silly little film starring body builder Steve Reeves in the Hercules Franchise, it was so bad that I actually laughed a few times.

Mark D (ru) wrote: All the characters seem to do is wander around the desert, take a break and argue.

Tristan M (gb) wrote: Probably a bit under rated, but not a super impressive movie by any means. Apparently this is a remake of two original movies about our Alex Cross action hero/cop, but I've not seen them so don't know how this compares, or if seeing them would make me like this one less. Anyway overall the movie isn't great of terrible, just par and we've seen everything in it before. The acting is ok, Matthew Fox as the bad guy is the only one that really stands out, I quite enjoyed him performance. It was nice to Edward Burns again, as I quite liked him in Saving Private Ryan, so just him being here probably increases my review. Tyler Perry as the hero is an interesting choice, not the my first by any means, and doesn't really belong. Everyone else was ok, and the script was dull I guess. The pace was maybe a bit rushed, quick, which is good and bad. Nothing really stood out as being super interesting or grabbing your attention, and I almost fell asleep at one point, but I was very tired so it's not just the movies fault. The action isn't great, but wasn't bad either, just the typical action hero stuff we have seen a thousand times. The effects for gunshots and explosions where cheap, not finished, and overall unimpressive and fake. Passable movie, but no need to watch again, and doesn't stand out at all.

Yash B (au) wrote: Breezy, passable, and entertaining enough film. Some scenes are definitely overacted and sometimes it feels like not a lot is happening. Nonetheless there are enough thrills to make this a fun enough watch. There are some big names in the cast which strengthen the film's overall credibility. Its a concept we probably have seen multiple times, but the film is aware of what it is and follows the formula well enough to warrant at least one viewing of it.

Gavn W (kr) wrote: A bland that kept me entertained but obviously it's a usual suspense thriller Bruce Willis's movie without realistic characters on the motions and if there are, just few of them.