Psicoanalista psicolabile, Caruso si dispera e si dà all'alcol quando la moglie Giulia, da lungo tempo amata, lo lascia e frequenta un suo paziente dalla latente omosessualità. Per riconquistarla accetta a sue spese di guarire il presunto rivale. La coppia si ricompone. Nasce un figlio. Futuro incerto. Staccato dalla protettiva regia di M. Ponzi, F. Nuti impernia i suoi film sulla precarietà della coppia e sul mistero della donna, pianeta da esplorare. Punta sulla gag visiva, mescola i toni con la furia di un nevrotico narcisismo attoriale. Ma ha il fiato corto. Scritto da Nuti con G. Veronesi e D. Greco.
Writer:David Grieco, Francesco Nuti, Giovanni Veronesi
Psicoanalista psicolabile, Caruso si dispera e si dà all'alcol quando la moglie Giulia, da lungo tempo amata, lo lascia e frequenta un suo paziente dalla latente omosessualità. Per riconquistarla accetta a sue spese di guarire il presunto rivale. La coppia si ricompone. Nasce un figlio. Futuro incerto. Staccato dalla protettiva regia di M. Ponzi, F. Nuti impernia i suoi film sulla precarietà della coppia e sul mistero della donna, pianeta da esplorare. Punta sulla gag visiva, mescola i toni con la furia di un nevrotico narcisismo attoriale. Ma ha il fiato corto. Scritto da Nuti con G. Veronesi e D. Greco. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
ashwin G (ag) wrote: girls are our goddess why do we ill treated them so much....!!
Kaitlyn S (au) wrote: Morgan and Whitlock were a hilarious duo.
Stephen A (ru) wrote: A super film. I loved the High Angle Camera at the start just observing everyone file in to the food hall - no other sounds required. Shades of Nurse Ratched from One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest in the lead Nun. Fab.
Luis G (de) wrote: This movie falls short of it's aspirations. Having said that, it's a weird little wonderful movie. An almost perfectly undeveloped character, with no past, is thrown into his world with only one notion to hold on to, "the world is about to end". No wonder why he keeps repeating that same line over and over, like a mantra. It's a way to keep himself from accepting that he is not a full person, that the fact of the end of the world has no meaning because, since he, the protagonist, has no past, no world previous to his first appearance, the world does not really exists. It's a hallucination hallucinating. In that respect Pete could have been a nice image of humanity, obsessed with "the end", because of a lack of a sense of being.Some things, maybe a lot of things, could have been done better, in a more intelligent way. The nature of the end of the world was given undue weight at the end of the movie, and that weakens the movie as a whole, because it's strength was it's emptiness, it's a hollow world for a hollow character. The fact that the protagonist holds on to the idea of the end of the world that fiercely could have been the core for a very interesting character study. Instead I think in that respect they went the easy way out.
Adam F (ag) wrote: As a mockumentary, "Drop Dead Gorgeous" doesn't always work, but overall it's an enjoyable comedy. The cast is good and there's ample material to draw comedy from when talking about beauty pageants and small towns. It doesn't always hit, but there's plenty of laughs to go around. The ending does go on for too long and at times it seems like the film makers forgot that the "crew" of the film shouldn't be able to see anything unless it's through their one camera. Some scenes where multiple angles are used break the momentum but if the subject is something you're interested in you'll have a good time. (On Dvd, October 10, 2012)
Shiane M (fr) wrote: This is so funny I love Adam Sandler
Carol H (mx) wrote: There's no real plot to be found. It just feels like a series of events.
Jesse O (gb) wrote: Technically speaking, this movie is fairly terrible. It's poorly made, the dialogue is laughable, the special effects are even worse, it's fairly sexist, particularly its third act, the acting is substandard. So, really, there's nothing that's kind of good about this film. Yet, to be honest, there's a certain charm about the film that's hard to deny. And I mean a certain B-movie charm, like the film knows that it's terrible and it doesn't pretend to be anything other than that. I know this film is 34 years old, by this point, but they can't have imagined that Scott Baio staring at something with his death gaze to make it move wouldn't be seen as terrible. Not to mention that Scott Baio, to be fair, has never been a good actor. So it's made even more ridiculous by that fact. Like Scott is so obvious with his stares that it's completely unrealistic that nobody else in the movie, with the exception of Bernadette and Peyton, ever noticed that when Barney, Scott's character, had a stupid look on his face that shit moved 'on its own'. I mean you can't help but laugh at stuff like that. But the film still does some pretty cool stuff on its own, like there's the entire thing with Barney's mom thinking her son is possessed by a demon and calling priests in order to perform an exorcism. The film doesn't really have an actual story, like what's the purpose of the film, who the fuck knows? All it is is Barney going around and doing silly shit with his powers, like there's no real endgame here. I'm serious when I say that there is absolutely no point to this movie. The romantic subplot is something else in this movie. It literally comes out of nowhere, like Barney and Bernadette are hanging out, she says something about messing around and then there's the requisite romantic montage where they do various things, like go to picnics, make out, make passionate love. It's so bad that it's almost genius. The third act is almost horrifyingly sexist. Essentially, Barney, giving zero fucks, uses his powers to take everybody's clothes off during prom. But the only people in the prom that are ever fully naked in the film are the women. It's clearly another era, because you couldn't get away with this now and not have some sort of backlash, and a well-deserved one at that. I mean the scene is pretty crazy and somewhat fun, but it's obvious that these were different times and maybe not necessarily for the better. Again, realistically, this movie is terrible, but it entertained me with how bad it actually is, hence why it gets the rating it does. It's a considerably worse movie than the rating implies. This is clearly not recommended if you're looking for something that's good, but it's entertaining to watch if you know what you're in for. This is a movie you laugh at, not laugh with. So as long as you know, and are fine, with that, then this will offer a decent experience. Everyone else need not apply.
Ted W (us) wrote: An interesting giallo featuring a post-Bond Lazenby looking more like a hippie than a superspy. Great Morricone score and you'll never guess who done it until the end because--there's no logic. Lots of gratuitous nudity and suspense to keep you hanging on though.
Thomas J (ag) wrote: A trip to the moon? More like a trip on the moon. If you ever see this movie in color you know what i mean. You will get a raging headache 20 minutes in.
John C (de) wrote: Easily one of the worst movies I've seen
Marah R (br) wrote: The story had potential but its poor execution and bad casting made its failure inevitable.
Panos M (it) wrote: Most of the cast seems to care more about showing off rather than really acting.
Brad W (ru) wrote: OK, Cherie Currie was one of the Runaways, so I thought this would be better.
Eric H (jp) wrote: Ben Affleck was the shizz NIT in this film. For the most part, the "How Did This Get Made" guys (and girl) have been doing great with their movie choices, but for whatever reasons, I thought this movie was actually kinda good.I mean sure, it has a horrible plot, the acting is awful, and don't get me started on the tongue-in-cheek Christmas jokes. But once you fight through those, it's surprisingly funny, quick and dare I say enjoyable. Most of the cast are tolerable, but I liked Gary Sinise most. It's not a movie to take seriously, of course, but at least it will keep you guessing without you asking it to. Nothing makes sense, and that's the best part.
Daniel M (ag) wrote: Interesting fiction of sleepy hollow. I think the tv series might be more entertaining though.