Looking for an exciting career, young Bobby Dorfman leaves New York for the glitz and glamour of 1930s Hollywood. There he falls in love with the secretary of his powerful uncle, an agent to the stars. After returning to New York, he is swept up in the vibrant world of high society nightclub life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Chloe M (nl) wrote: This movie is horrible. Horrible acting, horrible plot. Plot holes, things that can be extremely easily taken badly if out of context, and a very strange film, even if it is for children.
Li Z (gb) wrote: can't wait to see the second one
Dustin G (nl) wrote: As much as I love beer, and boy do I love beer, I'm probably more of a Canadian (as in the country, not the piss Molson makes) beer drinker than American, so right off the bat I felt less excitement for this very well made and informative doc than if they focused on Canadian microbreweries. Then again, a lot of the beer subjects explored here relate specifically to the American beer laws and companies, like the three tier system for beer distribution, a law Canada thankfully doesn't have as it was bred out of the repeal of prohibition, which Canada also awesomely never took part in. I did like the time the film spent with a few microbreweries in America and how it set up a kind of bad guy, especially in Anheuser-Busch, the makers of Budweiser among many others, and a good guy, especially in Dogfish Head, a company that makes really good brews and is only getting bigger as time goes on without sacrificing its passionate, small guy aesthetic. The doc wants you to root for the little guy and boo the big the guys and I'm okay with that. I love the idea of people opening their beer drinking worlds up to more than just Bud, Coors and Miller. The film shows how the big business beer companies are taking a big hit like never before in market shares thanks to an interest like never before in microbrewed brewskies. To be honest Anat Baron, the filmmaker, narrator and host of Beer Wars, a woman who's worked high up in the beer business and who's ironically and almost hilariously allergic to alcohol, isn't real charismatic or entertaining to watch or listen to and seems like she's just trying too hard to do a (poor) Michael Moore impression, maybe taking his influence a little too far without enough of her own originality to avoid being called a copycat. But what she presents and the way she presents it, the struggles, the victories, losses and harassment of the little guys in the beer world is almost always entertaining and, especially for beer lovers like myself, the doc never loses interest or drags at any point. And so, I leave you with the all time best and most insightful beer quote popular culture ever gave us which sums up my feeling not only of this documentary but also of this beverage..."Mmmm...beer"
Alejandro R (ru) wrote: What a powerful film!!! Impressive collaborative effort from a Palestinian and Israeli weaving the fabric of a seemingly complex story made fairly simple by showing the connective fibers of human decision and circumstances across ethnic, religious and physical boundaries. Even going back and forth in time like a Tarantino film it was still easy to follow, as the past leading to the fateful end unfolded in gripping detail. This film really has the power to open a heart-wrenching window into the everyday struggles of the people in the part of the world that we often hear about in sound bytes on the news. Great storytelling!!!
Malcolm C (kr) wrote: A lesson in humanity. Watch it alone, i suggest.
James B (ru) wrote: One or 2 decent jokes.. but other than that its a terrible movie...
Philomel W (ca) wrote: One of my favorites. Who can resist Fox's voice?
Samiha H (nl) wrote: and what happens next?
Luke M (br) wrote: Richard E Grant and Helena Bonham Carter enjoy a quirky chemistry in this tale of a copywriter come poet who wants to free his creative soul. Not unlike his role in Withnail & I, Grant's performance comes very close to being melodramatic, but he pulls it off. A good date movie.
Andr (ru) wrote: Review will be written when/if re-watched (Probability: Zero).First viewing: 27.03.2002
Keith E (ag) wrote: Good first attempt at a Cannibal film..if i remember correctly it is the film that started that Sub-Genre..Directed by Umberto Lenzi (Cannibal Ferox)
Zoran S (it) wrote: has maybe three good sequences of inspired mania.
Shounak B (fr) wrote: A great and good old pre-code crime film. Though it becomes outdated at times but it's still watchable for stevenson's sturdiest performance as Rico aka Little Caesar!
Justin B (es) wrote: Michael Madsen hunts a horny human/alien hybrid in what is basically a soft-core porn reimagining of alien crossed with an episode of CSI. It's a cult classic.
DA Z (fr) wrote: I never truly understood why this film is so hated. Maybe it's its ridiculous b-horror vibe and far-fetched storyline (highly influenced by Rosemary's Baby with a touch of Argento and Kubrick). Still, for a horror buff, Lords of Salem is a fucking fantastic film. Now, that truly depends on your taste in Rob Zombie as a director. In many ways, he wanted Lords of Salem to be his magnum opus. He made it as poetic and cinematically gorgeous as possible. The plot crashes and burns and the acting is terrible (because his wife is still a bad actress) but you have to admire his talent for impeccable cinematography and perturbingly, unsettling work.