The Haunted World of Edward D. Wood Jr.
How was it possible that a movie like "Plan 9 from Outerspace" could be made? This documentary about Ed Wood Jr.'s masterpiece gives the answer.
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Emod L (br) wrote: 82%The One I Love is a twisty, subversive thriller with an engaging concept, even if the tone is uneven and the concept isn't explored to it's fullest potential.V: 73%
Lee C (kr) wrote: Low budget machine gun toting totty.
Santosh N (jp) wrote: Watch, be amazed and hope to see a live performance some day.
Samarth S (au) wrote: paisa vasool! majaa aaya...
Samantha B (fr) wrote: Way more boring than the first.
James J (it) wrote: Can I put zero? Sheesh, not a great movie.. especially thought the use of Faye Dunaway was lame. Neve wasn't up to her usual snuff and come on... Val Kilmer as having amnesia? Sheesh... that could only explain his acting. BAD BAD BAD.
d h (ru) wrote: This movie comes closer to capturing the experience of dreaming than any other I've seen, specifically the weird logic that dictates a dream's progression and that dictates whatever nonsense you are engaged in. But make no mistake: it is pretentious as all hell.
Daniel Z (ca) wrote: This is the best Harry Potter movie!
Graham C (gb) wrote: An old classic but I dont believe its one of the best... Interesting that the earthquake just occurs when Blackie and Mary fall out, and only for the fires of San Francisco estinguish when not only they get back together and also Blackie finding god! all very cliched and rather tacky but then what do you expect from a 1930's movie.
Christopher B (gb) wrote: Good but not great. Tries too hard to push boundaries.