Another State of Mind
Another State of Mind is a documentary film made in the summer of 1982 chronicling the adventure (and misadventure) of two punk bands – Social Distortion and Youth Brigade – as they embark on their first international tour. Along the way they meet up with another progressive punk band, Minor Threat, whom they hang out with at the Dischord house for about a week near the end of their ill-fated tour.
- Stars:Dennis Danell, Brent Liles, John Macias, Ian MacKaye, Keith Morris, Mike Ness, Derek O'Brien, Adam Stern, Sean Stern,
- Director:Adam Small, Peter Stuart,
- Writer:Adam Small, Peter Stuart
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Another State of Mind torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Though I was never into debating or its inner workings, I found this movie to be incredibly informative and entertaining. It definitely left me thinking and wanting more.
(ag) wrote: For Fans Of: Stellan Skarsgard, Alan Cumming, Heather Graham Date Night: Nope Art Factor: Low Fun Factor: None Emotional Factor: None Intelligence Factor: Low Essential Viewing: No The Plot: The sorted world of big money art is told thru multiple storylines. My Take: Boring. Is that to blunt? I had high hopes for this one folks. I really like arty, ensemble casted flicks. I'm a Woody Allen dork for God(s)' sake. So many of the players in this one are great actors and most of them turn out decent performances. Of particular not is Alan Cumming in fine form, Stellan Skargard in what you have just come to expect from him form, and Heather Graham being attractive (as always) and giving an above average performance (kind of a shocker). I would be slighting the super talented Danny Huston if I did not make mention of another unnoticed and underrated job on his part. Why can Huston not find decent steady roles? But when you give a great cast a horribly unfocused, rambling and pretentious script like this you are going to get a very inferior product than what said cast is capable of giving us. Like I said, I really wanted to enjoy this, but by the end I was just left with the same feeling I get when I see a $500 car with $2000 rims, something special is being wasted on a piece of shit.
(kr) wrote: In the world of action-horror films where it is often difficult to find value beyond teeth, blood, supernatural powers and tight black leather, "Dracula Untold" holds its own, but does little to establish itself as a leader in the genre. This film often showed some sloppy editing and instances of corny acting, but overall, "Dracula" provides a solid story which borrows actual elements from Vlad Tepes Dracula's real life, and additional story elements which attempted to serve for purposes of enhanced dramatics. A smidgen formulaic at times, but entertaining nevertheless. It had great action sequences, and special effects. By the end of the film, I was left wanting the story to continue. Dracula however lacked the narrative complexity and originality that would have made it a stand-out film. This film did not reach its full potential, but was still great fun---the perfect guilty pleasure film for any vampire dork!
(mx) wrote: Sickening movie, really gross. It's prime drama at best, interpretated by art. It's pretty romance in a devilish environment. The acting is amazing, but story is on another level. Outlandish job done
(br) wrote: I could only give this movie 1/2 of a star because I couldn't make it past 20 minutes. It was slow, boring, and there was absolutely nothing really going on except for the woman going in and out of rooms. I am a huge fan of horror and thriller movies and this is neither. Find yourself a better movie instead.
(kr) wrote: Axel: But what's the point of breathing if somebody already tells you the difference between an apple and a bicycle? If I bite a bicycle and ride an apple, then I'll know the difference. Arizona Dream is much like a dream as it jumps from scene to scene and we don't know what happened in between. It is a very odd movie; with increasingly weird scenes and sights appearing. With all that being said it is still very watchable and I found myself watching with interest to what would occur next. Johnny Depp stars in a fairly early role and that was the main reason I watched the movie. It's very original, but I felt that story never really came together as good as it could have.
(es) wrote: Classic Disney entertainment for the family
(jp) wrote: Early Dennis Hopper in an original low budget thriller that calls back to an era long gone. Heavy on atmosphere and an unsettling tone that works wonderfully to leave you clenching to the edge of your seat or not, depends on if you are into slow burning black and white films. Hopper's performances could definatetly use some work at this stage in his career as the happy go lucky sailor that falls under the spell of a sideshow attraction mermaid. The camera work looks great and works so well in black and white, an all around treasure to anyone who has not found this gem before. However highly recommend this in it's new BluRay release as opposed to it's craptacular DVD releases.
(us) wrote: Old Yeller stands as one of the titans of cinema classics, one of the few handful of movies that most everybody knows and that backs up its popularity with a simple story of love, loyalty, and a timeless, honest look at the way the world works. Of all the movies ever made, there are only a handful, maybe even less, that everyone should absolutely see. This is one of them.
(us) wrote: excellent story from old hollywood to appreciate. far too few have seen this!
(it) wrote: Let me start by saying I love the genre throughout the ages. From The Departed back to this. And this is still one of my favorites. Cagney made several ganster movies in this era and I think this is his best, as many others have said. Even though the character development is predictable, I love the authentic feel of the look, location and dialogue. With the exception of Cagney's, none of the other roles are what I would consider "Oscar worthy". But the balance of characters meld together to make a great movie. This is also an era in which Bogart was not the headlining star of the movie. And I loved this stage in his career (see The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse). For anyone who loves movies, and especially old black and whites, this is a must on the "list to see".