Tracks: Hunter, Come To Me, All Neon Like, You’ve Been Flirtin, Isobel, Immature, Play Dead, Alarm Call, Human Behaviour, Bachelorette, Hyper Ballad, Pluto, Anchor Song, Joga. A fantastic live performance caught of Bjork live at Cambridge in 1998. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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jason b (ag) wrote: This 70's punk-rock biopic starts out strong, but starts to fizzle at the end.Worth checking out in the theatre if you love that style of music.Otherwise, give it a rent.
Dana P (ag) wrote: It was great to see Sissy Spacek. Havent seen in her awhile. This was actually an okay movie.
Daniel P (ca) wrote: Having recently watched what amounts to a seemingly endless parade of terrible excuses for GLBT Cinema, finally I have found a gem again and had my faith restored. Dorian Blues has obviously been made on the cheap but the incisive, relevant and realistic writing and winning lead performance (Michael McMillian) help sell this touching film. Dorian's family is fairly typical in terms of this kind of film but the interactions between him and his elder brother and his complicated relationship with his father are deftly played and the confrontation at the end of the film by his friends and his mother both surprises and feels utterly accurate and doubly poignant for that. Dorian himself is a fantastic character - quick witted but not selfish with it, he is friendly, charming, slightly goofy but with an undercurrent of quiet rage that he does not have an outlet for. This is a quietly brilliant film.
Private U (nl) wrote: IMPORTANT!!!!! The fittest women in this do not get naked or have any real sex scenes. I'm of course refering to Rosanna Arquette and Natassja Kinski. A few good sex scenes, but I want to see Kinski in a sex scene
Cameron W (ca) wrote: Short Cuts is one of the most well directed and well written films I have ever seen. It is an intricate study of the interconnectedness and nature of humanity, moreover, it is a study of how we refuse to see our connection and carry on with our selfish desires until love or death makes us see the truth in ourselves and others. Altman creates an all-too-real atmosphere that his ensemble cast thrives in; his subtle camerawork and the editing make this scattered plot flow like a natural life. Although, the film mostly relies on the masterfully written screenplay and the actors abilities to personify their characters and really bring the film to life. Short Cuts is a masterpiece that few films can match its vision of the human condition, and its entertainment value, it is quick moving and enthralling. I highly reccommend a viewing of this film.
Harlene Q (es) wrote: Somewhat funny, pretty creepy, and an interesting storyline. Malcolm McDowell's character is most interesting, but unfortunately he is killed. If his character could have been the main character, it would have been better.
Paul D (au) wrote: Formulaic to begin with, and the obligatory twist does change the film, but it is a fairly lightweight production.
Shawn M (mx) wrote: My three year old liked it more than I did, but in all fairness I'm not a big music fan in general so it's no surprise I was bored with a musical. Interesting version of Shrek nonetheless. I'm giving this an extra star just because he liked it so much.