The Man Who Knew Too Much
A man and his wife receive a clue to an imminent assassination attempt, only to learn that their daughter has been kidnapped to keep them quiet.
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Ashley W (nl) wrote: You know, I came in with low expectation, but to my surprise, this was pretty watchable. Sure the jokes were lame and the CGI was mediocre at best, but the story itself was actually very solid. And that's saying a lot considering that this movie came from a Sunday paper comic that I can pretty much guarantee that no one really cares about.
Manny C (it) wrote: No use resisting a wickedly mischievous and revealing doc that probes into the creation and impact of Deep Throat, the $25,000 little movie that could that ushered in the era of pornography. Long before the internet made it a synch to get porn, you had to go to grimy XXX movie houses. 1972's Deep Throat, directed by Gerard Damiano, brought porn into the mainstream. Couples would go see it, the New York Times dubbed it porn chic, and the film went on to gross more than $600 million. But a backlash was inevitable, and Nixon's white house had it shut down. This excellent doc from Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato (Party Monster) digs into Deep Throats sordid saga.Deep Throat starred Linda Lovelace as a hottie who cannot have orgasms. An oral exam reveals that her clitoris is in fact in her throat, and so the doc remedies this by hitting her g-spot with his erect cock, in a scene inter-cut with footage of fireworks and rockets.The movie is beyond hilarious, but it also screwed up just about everyone involved in making it. Lovelace, who passed away in 2002, claims her sex scenes were in fact rap, and Harry Reems, who played the doctor, tells of being prosecuted just for starring in it. There's also funny commentary from the likes of John Waters and Norman Mailer, who deftly illustrate how little has changed in the way of sexual censorship.
Dave H (nl) wrote: just another baywatch flick
Phillie E (au) wrote: Watchable, but it's a tired version of the original.
Michael S (nl) wrote: Great film about a robot who just wants to fit in the world amazing
Sam M (nl) wrote: Slight disappointment here, but decent effort.
Daniel R (nl) wrote: Gremlins ripoff about alien furballs that attack a small farming town. It's better than "Ghoulies" but equally as ignorant.
Alex K (ca) wrote: My Favorite Comedy Film Is 1933's Duck Soup.
Kevin B (br) wrote: This movie was boring, misleading and full of propaganda. Worst movie I've seen in a long time.
Alden T (mx) wrote: Wacky Texas trailer trash comedy in no better taste than the lives of the subjects. Nice break from the politically correct and redeeming.
Tyler R (ag) wrote: It was ok. The plot was generic but it had very good actors and it was decently fun movie with some good vehicular moments.