What Would Jesus Buy?
A serious docu-comedy about the commercialization of Christmas. What Would Jesus Buy? follows Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping Gospel Choir as they go on a cross-country mission to save Christmas from the Shopocalypse: the end of mankind from consumerism, over-consumption and the fires of eternal debt!
- Stars:Adetola Abiade, Paul Allen, Paul Norman Allen, Shannon Baxter, Rick Becker, James Solomon Benn, Reverend Billy, Ben Cerf, Misun Choi, Ben Dubin-Thaler, Savitri Durkee, Leah Farrell, Gina Figueroa, Mike Flthye,
- Director:Rob VanAlkemade,
An examination of the commercialization of Christmas in America while following Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping Gospel Choir on a cross-country mission to save Christmas from... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(au) wrote: Considering this is a sequel to awesome Basket Case directed by Frank Henenlotter, you'd expect something great, right? Well the results for this film are mixed. The film does have the weirdness you'd expect from the first film. The plot of the film is even more ridiculous than the first, as Belial seeks true love. Just by saying that, you may ask yourself are you serious? I really am. In the world of Henenlotter's Basket Case, anything weird and bizarre can happen, often with very humorous results. Its predecessor was great; the first was original, fun and also disgusting and disturbing. That's what made the first Basket Case film so enjoyable. In this sequel, Henenlotter decided to take a more humorous path, as the first one was a bit nasty and dark. What we have here with Basket Case 2 is a more slapstick vision of Basket Case. The sequel is sillier than the first, but it has something that makes it very good. In terms of low budget horror films, especially sequels, the Basket Case movies are one of a kind and prove that Frank Henenlotter is one of the most eccentric, original and creative minds in the genre. This follow-up may be less thought out, but it takes a risk, and it delivers a unique, twisted and grotesque picture that is sure to entertain the most demanding horror fan. I very much enjoyed the film and thought it was one of the better sequels ever filmed in the genre. This is definitely a sequel you can't easily dismiss, and I won't reveal the ending, but I'll say that in pure Henenlotter fashion, it's weird and above all it's a hoot. A terrific ending!
(fr) wrote: "Dark Victory" is a tender, bittersweet tragedy about a young woman with an inoperable brain tumor, given less than a year to live. Bette Davis gives a graceful, refined performance as the unfortunate woman, and beautifully evokes the conflict of emotions that plague her character. Other compelling turns come courtesy of George Brent and Humphrey Bogart, whose affections threaten to tear Davis' heart in two before she expires.
(fr) wrote: Winner of 5 Oscars including Best Picture 1975! Love love love this. Jack Nicholson (McMurphy) fakes being insane to get out of work detail in jail. Film follows his time at a mental institute. I seriously love the interactions between him & the other patients. Louise Fletcher who plays Nurse Ratched was excellent here as well, using terror tactics to get the results she would want from patients. She & frankly everyone who works there knows McMurphy is faking. A sort of tension builds between Ratched & McMurphy. At first I didn't care for Fletcher's performance, I couldn't understand why she won Best Actress. But as the movie progressed it all made sense. Her performance was really fitting. I truly hated her lol. Her performance held her own against Nicholson & it was great to watch this sort of power struggle between them. The story is my favorite part. Yes it does get slow at times but I still enjoy this. With each watching I am always amazed with the dialog matched with amazing performances from a huge cast. Each actor making their character seem more as humans than just crazy. At times this movie is funny, depressing, real & heartwarming. The ending, OMG so heartbreaking, powerful! Left me breathless. Love it! Didn't know it was based on a book. Would like to read some day. This movie is a must own for me.