A Little Stiff
A Little Stiff is a 1991 minimalist comedy directed by Caveh Zahedi and Greg Watkins based on true events and re-enacted by the actual participants. Caveh Zahedi plays himself as a neurotic film student who develops a crush on art student Erin McKim after a brief encounter in an elevator.
Caveh is a neurotic film student who has recently begun therapy. His therapist tells him that his biggest problem is that he sees everything in black and white and that what he needs to do ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(us) wrote: The greatest band to walk the earth returned for a one off gig in 2007. The event was well captured at the O2, as Zeppelin exploded through a selection of their finest tracks. Jason Bonham kept his father's legacy alive as he joined Page, Plant and Jones for a night to remember.
(kr) wrote: While it never really enters "hilarious" territory, it keeps a steady pace and avoids big, disappointing dips in quality. Rudd and Segel are very enjoyable and the main idea of a man that never had a best bud hasn't been overtly exploited and thus leads to several strong moments. Also, and although the evolution of the plot isn't the most original thing ever, the writers mostly succeed in keeping things in a believable perspective. Extra kudos for all the Rush love and for getting them on board.
(au) wrote: Brilliant sequel starring Michael Douglas and Shia LaBeouf (unfortunately).Although I agree that a sequel to Wall Street is unnecessary, I still enjoyed it.
(ru) wrote: One of the most prolific documentary directors, Errol Morris, tells the story of the Abu Ghraib prison scandal from several perspectives. Bringing his usual subjective objectivity, Morris presents several sides to the story, but has a clear version of the story that he's trying to portray. Morris wants us to understand the psyche of a person who would allow and perpetuate these atrocities on another person, while at the same time pointing the finger at everyone involved (all the way up to the top of the chain of command). It definitely slows down in it's second half, but there's enough creative storytelling to keep things interesting. One thing I found interesting in the film is how reserved the interviewees were with their stories. It felt like everyone had an agenda, and only told what kept the blame on someone else.
(kr) wrote: very under rated. Billy Crudup is amazing in this film.
(mx) wrote: There were good intentions that went into the making of this not so good film. I was never sure if the way this movie remains buried even today (now that Sam Raimi, who directed, and the Coen Bros, who wrote it, are all famous) was their call or a studio call. Either way I'd kind of understand why the film might be considered somewhat of an embarrassment to filmmaker and studio alike. At first, the film's style of essentially being a live action cartoon complete with goofy sound effects and 3 stooges slapstick is cute (especially as it comes from Sam Raimi, a well documented 3 Stooges nut). It gets old really quick, but it doesn't let up. This film shows Raimi and the Coen bros testing out their craft and just doing what they enjoy without that much of an eye towards marketability and craft and for that it really doesn't turn out so well. In the end, this is largely a movie that's really only worthwhile for die-hard Coen Brothers &/or Sam Raimi &/or Bruce Campbell (who has a supporting role) enthusiasts. The lead character is pretty annoying in his over the top loser style, but supporting characters played by Campbell, Brion James, Louise Lasser and Paul L. Smith all get to go way over the top while managing to remain at least slightly endearing. I seem to recall having liked this movie a lot more when I first watched it 10 years ago, but now... it was sort of painful.
(de) wrote: This movie was great for Beatles fans everywhere! It had every type of character possible(the huge fanatic, the timid responsible girl, the shy boy, the huge flirt, the mature girl, and the pompous girl) and had a great story.
(mx) wrote: Very good. Inspiring.