The Source Family

The Source Family

A feature documentary film set in Hollywood, examining a radical experiment in '70s utopian living. The Source Family were the darlings of the Sunset Strip until their communal living, ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:98 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:utopia,   cult,   commune,  

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Carlos M (jp) wrote: A funny dark comedy that has some very inspired moments, but McDonagh doesn't know exactly what to do with the material in his hands, and so he keeps pulling easy tricks out of his sleeves at the expense of a more elaborate structure.

Haydn W (au) wrote: Not too bad, with writer, director obviously trying to do something different with the sub-genre.

Ken T (au) wrote: Stupid...What a waste of film. They should have stopped after the first one.

Al M (ag) wrote: Uncle Sam has a lot of potential that it doesn't quite realize. For starters, it takes way too long for Uncle Sam to return from the grave. For a much better anti-war Zombie film see Bob Clark's Deathdream (aka Dead of Night) from the 1970s. However, things do take an entertaining turn once Uncle Sam starts knocking off unpatriotic locals.

Carlos I (mx) wrote: Watching the directors cut with the old lady on new years. Not to shabby. Sucks that we lost Barker as a filmmaker after this one...

Rob S (br) wrote: What I got from my history of film class about the melodrama is that it is centered on drama within the family, and it is drama with "music" as a key element. I am not sure whether this music part is literal or figurative, because I've been told Breaking Bad is a melodrama yet is not that musical. I always thought melodrama just referred to exaggerated drama found in most soap operas.Getting back to this specific movie, "Written on the Wind" deals with a wealthy family and a close friend of that family, none of which I even care for. The family in question is the Hadley family, which contains a drunken impulsive baby of a man, his father who runs the family company, and his sister, the town slut. The most interesting moment of the film is when the Hadley slut is dancing in her room and in a seductive dress, which is connected to her father falling down the stairs to his death. He does not see the dance, but it is implied that her sexuality is what ultimately kills him. Other than this we have a complicated love triangle - actually, make that a quadrangle - which ends up getting the Hadley drunk killed, and if the late Hadley's sister decides to testify that Mitch was the one to kill her brother, nobody can refute it. In a somewhat satisfying ending, she cries as she cannot put Mitch away, and then what do you know, the movie ends. I can see the film's effort, but the style of melodrama bored me to death and seemed hyperbolic.

Bri R (au) wrote: I gotta see this jank

Ashley M (nl) wrote: awesome 90's slasher flick.

John R (jp) wrote: Gripping film about neo Nazis in Australia no matter how vulgar the violence in this, you can't take your eyes off it, brutal

Phil A (kr) wrote: intensely tense. brilliant stuff