Bruno is an idealistic hero who questions the meaning of life in this confusing and sometimes hallucinatory erotic drama. After a night in jail, he is gang-raped by punk rockers in a garbage dump. He later saves an old man who believes he is Garibaldi and a woman he believes is Ophelia. Bruno watches helplessly as she later jumps from a window.
- Stars:Aleksandr Antonov, Aleksandr Chistyakov, Ivan Chuvelyov, Vladimir Gardin, Gulya Korolyova, Natalya Uzhviy, Luc Merenda, Adriana Asti, Susanna Javicoli, Paola Senatore, Alberto Sorrentino, John Steiner, Alberto Lupo, Franco Fabrizi, Gianfranco Bullo, Luigi D'Ecclesia, Giancarlo Badessi, Edoardo Florio, Alina De Simone, Eolo Capritti, Beatrice Brass,
- Director:Tinto Brass,
- Writer:Tinto Brass (screenplay), Tinto Brass (story), Gian Carlo Fusco, Roberto Lerici
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(jp) wrote: Simply put, a great documentary with loads of hilarious and rare scenes. Some of it leave you wondering who the hell cared enough to even record the Gallagher brothers' nonsense.Cleverly, the documentary shows only their early years from 1991 (and the Gallagher's childhoods) to their enormous concert in Knebworth in 1996. It's basically their rise from zero to their peak. Like Noel said, they had no clue what to do after those gigs. They were basically already at the top. Even though I'd still count the 1997 era (Be Here Now) as their peak, there were already so much material to tinker with from those early years.Many people may dislike their attitude and way of thinkings. But one thing for sure, they don't care. At all. That's also what makes them really popular and ultimately successful too. Moreover, this makes them a really unique and different band just like what Liam always emphasizes, they're not boring unlike the other bands.Now, combine the madness of Oasis, the great music from young and ambitious Noel Gallagher, and excellent editing with voiceover narrations from the band members. All of those surely make an awesome documentary that will satisfy and give a taste of wild 90's music scene to the audiences, especially the die hard fans.Very recommended, I'd not hesitate to give it at least a 9.5 rating.
(us) wrote: Excellent movie. Very eye-opening. Well worth the price. Assumptions will be challenged, and punches are not pulled.
(ag) wrote: This is unfortunate proof that Dario Argento is losing his touch. The gore is mainly computer effects and there isn't anything memorable. It is really weird that he is willing to direct his daughter in nude scenes.It is very boring and does nothing new for the Dracula story.
(ag) wrote: I'm not sure how I missed this film given my wonkish tastes, but I heard the director, Davis Guggenheim discussing it on my fave new podcast by David Axelrod so thought it was time to catch up. I'm a true believer in the power of education and passionate about encouraging all young people to do their best, find what they love, and reach as high as they can. This film made me weep - children waiting in a hall to see if they have, literally, won in a bizarre public lottery to get access to a school that can help them do that. Broken systems, failed experiments, generations of young people left on the scrap heap in what experts call "dropout factories". The film is not without it critics, and deservedly so, and the solutions posed have also been shown to be highly controversial, and patchy in their success. There are no easy answers. But in the end, setting all that aside, these kids will grab you and then break your heart. You so want them to be get the chance to do the best they can. And not all of them will have their number come up. Absolute heartbreaker.
(ag) wrote: very very well done. though the stigma wore off after seeing it a second time.
(fr) wrote: Terrific action/comedy from the director of "Beverly Hills Cop," Martin Brest, and the writer of "Bad boys" and the underrated Brian DePalma comedy "Wise Guys," George Gallo, comes this underrated comedy that really deserves rediscovering by audiences. Robert De Niro plays a bounty hunter who's charged with an easy "midnight run" taking in a mob accountant who's skip bail, Charles Grodin. Things get complicated when the mobster Grodin is informing on, Dennis Farina (who was a real-life cop before becoming an actor), sends his minions after Grodin and also when the FBI, led by Yaphet Kotto, is also after bringing in Grodin to testify. But wait, it get's even more complicated when Grodin's bail bondsman, Joe Pantoliano, calls in another bounty hunter, the under-appreciated John Ashton, when he feels that DeNiro is messing things up. But wait again! Things are mostly complicated because Grodin is a neurotic nut bag who offers a comic counterpart of DeNiro's uptight, straight-laced bounty hunter. At it's heart, this film is a buddy action film, with two conflicting characters forced to work together while surrounded by criminals, cops and action. What makes this film so good though is the oddball chemistry between DeNiro and Grodin (although I read on IMDB that Albert Brooks turned down the part of Jonathan Mardukas and he would have been hilarious as well). DeNiro plays a character not so unlike other quiet tough guy characters he's played, but putting him opposite the offbeat demeanor of Grodin is just brilliant. I really can't see anyone playing the Grodin role except for Grodin. But beside the DeNiro/Grodin dynamic, you have an amazing supporting cast, particularly Ashton as a competing bounty hunter and Pantoliano as the bail bondsman who unknowingly put up the bond money for Grodin. Also in the supporting cast you get Phillip Baker Hall, Lois Smith, Frank Pesce and the great Tracey Walter. Top all that off with a great score by Danny Elfman (who had only done a six films cores prior to this), you have a classic buddy comedy.
(it) wrote: Also referred to as Cannibal Ferox II. This sucker is definitely a hell of a lot more entertaining than it's supposed predecessor. This film is basically a great bad movie that keeps you entertained whether you're laughing or genuinely captured by it. Plus is stars the lead dude from the great 2019: After the Fall of New York (1983) mostly without a shirt for most of the film. Actually shirtlessness seems to be a motif of the film.
(au) wrote: Worth finding and watching!
(au) wrote: Very enjoyable film with Burt as legendary and aging stuntman Hooper. Plenty of Reynolds regulars here, you get the sense that they had a lot of fun making this picture.
(br) wrote: possibly the funniest movie ever!
(ca) wrote: Come and meet those dancing feet! The original "backstage musical" where the whole plot is about putting on a show, from auditions for the chorus girls (including nave Ruby Keeler) to the out-of-town opening (Philadelphia) and everything in between. Sure, the harried director, sugar-daddy money man, nervous producers, the juvenile lead (Dick Powell) and wise-cracking performers (including Ginger Rogers) have become stock characters, but this film set them up. More importantly, it was the first smash hit to showcase the choreography of Busby Berkeley, in which the chorus girls are often filmed in abstract geometric formations. Although 42nd Street was the major hit, I might prefer Gold Diggers of 1933 (more freaky) or Footlight Parade (with Cagney) - also from 1933. Great fun!
(nl) wrote: more similar to the first film