The "Fellini of Foam's" fifth and last film before "The Endless Summer," "Water Logged" is made up of highlights from Bruce Brown's four previous films: "Slippery When Wet," "Surf Crazy," "... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The "Fellini of Foam's" fifth and last film before "The Endless Summer," "Water Logged" is made up of highlights from Bruce Brown's four previous films: "Slippery When Wet," "Surf Crazy," "...
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Cindy K (it) wrote: I would have preferred the alternate ending included on the DVD, but this was a really good movie!
Ben L (au) wrote: The movie is a good start to know the various Green Lantern Corps member and their origin. Great collection if Lantern stories.
Troy K (jp) wrote: Pretty good, still cheesy, but better than most.
Carlos S (ru) wrote: I so like Kristen Bell. It's nice to see Danny de Vito again in a romantic comedy.
Remy B (kr) wrote: This really wasnt worth sitting thru.. I dont recommend doing so..
Ben L (ru) wrote: I like a good mind-bender and mathematics is a passion of mine. I thought the main character was established well so that we can sympathize with him, but also see his unhealthy obsession. Personally, I lean towards movies that have a clearer narrative flow than this one. It is very artistic in its presentation, which caters to a certain audience. Unfortunately, I'm not really in that target group. But I like elements of the film. Perhaps the best is the way it suggests a commonality between science, economics, nature, and religion. I'm sure there's a lot more to be gleaned if you examine the visual symbolism, but in general I'd rather gouge out my eyes with a rusty fork than spend time examining symbols in art. There was enough on the surface to keep me engaged all the way to the end. I personally prefer Requiem if I want an Aronofsky film, but I think I see what others enjoy in Pi.
Bill T (mx) wrote: Artemesia takes the usual story about the art world, eg, "You can't paint that! But I want to!" and plasters it with sex and scandal to make the whole film, well, interesting, but not remarkable.The story is about one of the first female painters around, Artemesia who course, is fiercely independent, but just can't stop thinking of men, and their bodies? for artistic purposes of course. She soon gets private tutoring from one of a well known artist, but soon tutoring becomes much more then art, and soon after that, scandal erupts! Funny how they could take a historical biography and make it almost into a soft-porn fantasy. I mean, was Artemesia THAT much of a man-hungry person? Also, it's quite funny when she's insisting that she "paints for herself!" yet falls for the first person she sees.Actually, the story itself is quite fascinating, and it ends with a trial, which I always love. But I wasn't too crazy about the male lead who played her teacher, who looked rather like the person someone like that wouldn't fall for. I woulda gone for the young fisherman :P
Madison S (ru) wrote: Woah! Such a greeeat zombie one! movie that is.
Angela A (ag) wrote: Suddenly they all seem to have careers lined up and a real direction.
Nicholas A (gb) wrote: The most original, influential blaxploitation films.
Gabo T (es) wrote: Se siente vieja en su concepcin y en sus planos. Hitchcock en su final poco glorioso y demasiado predecible por momentos. El personaje de William Devane pintaba para ms, pero el guin lo dej ah. Una pelcula regular, pero para fanticos de Hotchcock vale la pena.
Malika B (es) wrote: I guess women will understand this movie better than men...
hunter i (us) wrote: Not boring, not cheesy, it looked scary, when you're getting attacked by killer mosquitos.
Nate E (gb) wrote: A must watch for baseball fans.