The Compleat Al
The Compleat Al is a mockumentary about the life of "Weird Al" Yankovic, from his birth to 1985. The title of the film is parody of the 80's documentary The Compleat Beatles. Although it is a mockumentary, it is roughly based on Yankovic's real life. The film also contains all of Yankovic's music videos up to 1985.
- Stars:'Weird Al' Yankovic, Wally Burns, Billy Selby, Jane Campbell, Barry Hansen, Kevin Seymour, Tress MacNeille, Gordon Gale, Peter James, Rob Lawrence, Jeff Wilson, Che Zuro, Steve Cropper, Ed Gibson, Craig Mitchell,
- Director:Jay Levey, Robert K. Weiss,
- Writer:Robert K. Weiss, Jay Levey, Hamilton Cloud, 'Weird Al' Yankovic
Fact and fiction are mingled in this mockumentary about the career of music parodist "Weird Al" Yankovic. In retelling his life story, the film includes several of his music videos, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Compleat Al torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Suspense enough in this movie . Good acting from Elijah Wood . The best Piano-movie seen so far . Me Buy it sooner or later !
(es) wrote: Uno di quei film per rendersi conto anche del "altra america". A parte questo non imperdibile.
(au) wrote: A meditative study of a woman's mid-life self discovery as she calmly roams around Cairo, more often than not escorted by a local man sent to collect her at the airport. As always, Patricia Clarkson is delectable and here it's obvious that the camera loves her in every way, from her voice to her perfectly nuanced stride and stance. As for content, CAIRO TIME is rather simple, a mature variation on Richard Linklater's BEFORE series. Similarly there's beauty and grace in this travelogue of a movie but the film mostly prides itself in, if nothing more, its sheer simplicity.
(au) wrote: The real life footage is intense.
(jp) wrote: The first thing I noticed when I watched this was that the main protagonist played by Jamie Sives looks uncannily like Robbie Williams! I thought it was a really good drama, and it never got boring, despite the plot moving quite slowly at times.
(jp) wrote: **1/2 (out of four) Pinero was a poet who lived in New York. The troubled man's life was splattered with excessive drug and alcohol abuse. Benjamin Bratt stars as Pinero and he does a good job at showing the poet's torment and disinegration. But his performance is the highlight. The film never finds a cohereant narrative, losing its focus.
(us) wrote: I personally think that the cast does an ok job except for Jonathan Jackson (who's performance had sent a shiver down my spine and I was really suprised). There is also a great story that dawns on a parent's greatest fear. So if you can look past the flaws, it can be a really great movie. :fresh: :D :fresh:
(de) wrote: ive watched it like a million times and steel i love this movie
(br) wrote: really flat and at the end as the camera panned around in the main event seemed more of a whos who of stars then about the fighting which was very unrealistic to the ring and poor at best. really really flat compared to any other much better boxing movie I can think of out there
(ru) wrote: The New England of Dangerous Liaisons.
(jp) wrote: Barely watchable direct-to-video (for a REASON, people, for a REASON!) remake that is only redeemable in having Christopher Walken walk through his role as Gabriel again and gain a paycheck. Otherwise, this is a near abomination of a total failure to mankind as a sequel or connection of any kind concerning the vastly superior original film THE PROPHECY and should be avoided at all costs unless you can't find the remote and it's two in the morning.
(nl) wrote: A game changer in the sci-fi genre, it's legacy is is actively to this day. Aliens may have conceived the idea of the 'space marine' but this film made it everywhere in sci-fi.
(us) wrote: Nice animation, some good moments, but mostly annoying, senseless and downright bad. Miyazaki said it best, and I'm going to say it again: this movie is the worst working experience in his lifetime.
(ca) wrote: Unfairly maligned end to Lindsay Anderson's 'Mick Travis' trilogy. Yes, it's scrappy, episodical, chaotic but a chillingly prescient attack on privelege, inequality and the modern world. Fun to play spot the late 70's British Actor's Face too.
(au) wrote: Hard to follow. I was hoping Elli Wallach would make this movie, but even he can't save it. The ending was worth watching though.
(au) wrote: Have you ever seen a film that starts out quite good, and then somehow, everything goes straight to shit? That is From Dusk Till Dawn in a nutshell. Being quite the Quentin Tarantino enthusiast, I hate to admit I was disappointed on this film. It is strange how one can identify the exact moment when everything starts crumbling down. Almost as if one movie was ending and another starting. Even more depressing is the fact that a promising plot ends up as nothing more than a tasteless and thoughtless 'horror' movie. Not that fear was felt at any point throughout this film.The films starts out nicely with a combination of Tarantino's detailed, descriptive, and witty dialogue and Director Robert Rodriguez's ability to turn a small budget into a surprisingly decent movie. It is not a secret the Quentin Tarantino is a much better writer and director than an actor; this is obvious in all his films. In this film, George Clooney's presence makes Tarantino's acting seems even worse than it actually is. But this is not the only problem.[Spoilers ahead] There is an exact moment were the film gives us a monumental surprise. The movie we were watching is not there anymore. This is not a movie about robbers, but a movie about vampires. Fake blood everywhere, ridiculous battles, and finally, a confusing conclusion. This might have been the whole point of the movie, but it turns into a joke. I guess I am just not a fan of vampire comedy... If the second half can even be called comedy.
(us) wrote: The name pretty much says it all. Probably Fred Olen Ray's best movie. The dance of the double chainsaws was pretty funny. Michelle Bauer was pretty hot in this movie.
(br) wrote: At least Amy Schumer was only in a little part of this horror flick that is why it got the half star
(us) wrote: It has some interesting points, but it's a bit slow and the effects aren't that great. The film mention how all the snakes are real, but a few of them looked fake in some scenes, even for only a moment. The editing is pretty mediocre, and it's hilarious how hard they try to cover nudity up with unnatural leaves and lamps. The only redeeming value is the actual snake footage, leaving this a pretty dangerous film to make. So bad it's actually kind of good.