Six years in the making, this documentary film follows outspoken indie-rock hero Bob Forrest, through his life-threatening struggle with addiction, to his transformation into one of the most influential and controversial drug counselors in the US today. BOB AND THE MONSTER crafts contemporary footage, animation and compelling interviews with archival performances and personal videos from Bob's past to reveal the complex layers of this troubled, but hopeful soul. Testimony from his peers, including Courtney Love, Anthony Kiedis and Flea add texture, but it's the depth of Bob's music, interwoven throughout the film, that illuminates this unforgettable and inspirational story.
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Joe A (de) wrote: The supernatural scenes in this horror are actually effective and there is a good twist in the last act but, it's the melodrama in-between the spookiness which is taxing on one's patience and the young actress playing Helena is far more taxing on one's nerves.
Tori V (br) wrote: No stars. Negative stars. John Cusack and Julianne Moore should have been glorious.
Jacob S (au) wrote: I would down vote this movie for having Sarah Silverman in it, but...Wreck-it Ralph, breaks a LOT of defining stereotypes when we think about 'the bad guy/bully/villain' in society and completely ignores the characters obvious 'masculine' characteristics for a change. It is also a bad a** parody of video games and features both new and old characters from franchises which most of the younger generation of gamers probably never got the chance to know... still don't know why Sonic the Hedgehog was in the arcade though. But anyhow... the movie started a long tradition of 'de-vilifying' misunderstood and often times tragic history characters with a couple of flaws and even showcased one of the 'last deaths' of a Disney villain in an animated movie(if you think I'm joking, here are the animated tales which followed: Monster's University, Planes, Frozen, Big Hero 6, The Tinker Bell Franchise, Inside Out, The good Dinosaur, Zootopia, Finding Dory and Moana; yeah not a single villain death sequence).
Jose R (fr) wrote: I didn't hate it but neither loved it. Its a great homage to silent films, just not my cup of tea and probably not a rewatchable film in my opinion. C+
Dan G (ru) wrote: It looked to be very cheaply budgeted, but the story itself, and overall plot was pretty darn solid. I liked it, and would recommend watching it.
Aaron L (kr) wrote: The Amateurs has an odd mish-mash of several different comedy styles and often feels rather loosely glued together ( perhaps even ridiculous at times), but thanks largely to an extremely talented cast and fairly clever writing, it manages to generate a very unique and undeniable charm. 3 stars.
Nicolas P (ru) wrote: La animacin mexicana todava tiene mucho que mejorar, realmente sta pelcula fue un paso atrs frente a "Una Pelcula de Huevos". La animacin en Mxico le falta mucho camino an, y creo que deberan comenzar por hacer unos fondos con ms profundidad, pues se han elaborado estas animaciones con una paleta de colores algo superficial y haciendo mal uso de la bidimensin en el dibujo.
Debra B (ag) wrote: It is entertaining, cute, excellent computer animation, and great story line. It has some slow moments but overall a great movie for children 7 and up.
saquib h (us) wrote: I wouldn't call it a horror movie but a downright spooky one. Great acting by the leads.
isha m (es) wrote: lovely movee! viveks actin in d movee......has 2 b gud!
Evan M (us) wrote: I can usually take or leave Will Ferrel's outlandish style of humor. This is defiantly without a doubt a leave. With this take of the common underdog story, Will Ferrel, who's character has a lifetime of disappointing his father finally finds a way to gain his respect by coaching his son's ragtag soccer team. Knowing nothing about soccer and is generally just terrible at sports, one would expect this movie to follow the underdog formula and see the character slowly ascend to greatness along the way. Instead Will Ferrel gains no experience nor do his kids. Instead of getting better in anyway, they rely on two Italian phenoms to bring the team all the way to the championship game delivering little to no character development. At the same time, Will Ferrel, with the wins going to his head, quickly descends into madness making us hate him and his dad, giving the audience nobody to root for until the last 5 minutes. This was a deeply unfunny and unsatisfying film with a bland lesson of family values.
Sean C (de) wrote: rosie o'donnell in a dominatrix outfit *shudder*
John I (nl) wrote: Hobgoblins exists. From this, we can deduce that there is no loving and merciful god, and that an epitome of evil that we call Lucifer does exist.
Brian P (gb) wrote: Pretty bad, pretty terrible, pretty horrible. Do I need to say anymore then that?
Laurel S (de) wrote: I love the Thin Man movies! Powell/Loy great couple.