Documentary on Charles Bukowski, author of 'Notes of a Dirty Old Man', 'Love Is a Dog from Hell', and the autobiographical novels, 'Women', 'Hollywood', and 'Post Office'. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bukowski: Born into This
Documentary on Charles Bukowski, author of 'Notes of a Dirty Old Man', 'Love Is a Dog from Hell', and the autobiographical novels, 'Women', 'Hollywood', and 'Post Office'.
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Okama R (au) wrote: Una pelcula cruda, agresiva, complicada... una mirada a la realidad de una joven en un barrio de Serbia que dista mucho de la vida color de rosa de occidente.
Ian O (nl) wrote: The negative critics ought to spend more time around those who have lost life's partner. They may have had a better empathy. I liked that it was low paced as it was in line with the melancholy of the main character. I felt the performances of both Caine & Poesy were excellent,
Karen H (nl) wrote: 2014-08-17 watched Sharktopus vs Pteracuda.
Josh G (gb) wrote: If the trailer is any indication, this is the worst movie ever made. The trailer alone is unbearable.
Mark H (us) wrote: Biggest waste of my time ever what a joke!!!!
Charles P (jp) wrote: The actors are as shameful and boring as the story.
Lauren D (fr) wrote: Lame. I like movies like this, but it was just stupid. The acting was beyond horrible. The plot was 'meh', but it was just silly.
Gregory W (us) wrote: good stuff well acted with all star cast
Art S (ag) wrote: There's something odd about watching Predator 30 years after its release (for the first time). The soundtrack feels wrong - it is all symphonic, an old-school Hollywood score (by Alan Silvestri) - no rock music or blaring guitars or screeching crashing exploding "percussion". This somehow makes Predator a bit dreamier and more unworldly than your modern action film. It also feels a lot more "low budget" - although in reality the special effects probably cost millions more than today's digital contributions. A lot of things blow up. The plot is simple: Arnold and his band of commandos are dropped off in the jungle (Mexico playing South America) to rescue some hostages but instead meet a virtually indestructible, nearly invisible, humanoid alien with high tech weaponry hell-bent on destroying (and eating?) them. By the end, it is Arnold vs. Predator mano a mano as you knew it would be. Arnold has his schtick down pat by this point in his career, letting one-liners rip and giving a surprisingly thoughtful performance (as far as he could). His super-stardom and comedic turns were just a year or two away. In the end, Predator didn't exactly wow me but it held together fine. ImDB proudly announces that this is one of a few films with two future US Governors (Jesse Ventura is the other) - how's them apples?