"Cavemen" is a comedic film with a slight edge of drama revolving around the lives of somewhat single, somewhat unemployed guys living in a warehouse converted to living quarters in the 'Arts District' of Downtown Los Angeles, California they are toiling adulthood and realities of love.
- Stars:Alexis Knapp, Camilla Belle, Chad Michael Murray, Skylar Astin, Kenny Wormald, Chasty Ballesteros, Jason Patric, Zuleyka Silver, Megan Stevenson, Dayo Okeniyi, Fernanda Romero, Alex Veadov, Jordan Monaghan, Yaani King, Kaden Gibson,
- Director:Herschel Faber,
- Writer:Herschel Faber
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(gb) wrote: Gorgeous to watch, and yes the characters and story are as razor thin and fake as the bodies they inhabit. However, this works very very well for this film because of what it's commenting on: the fashion industry is all about a lack of depth. They only care about what the eye sees and their job is to overload your eyes and ears with pleasing, endorphin releasing sights and sounds, with no regard for authenticity or verisimilitude.
(br) wrote: Scripted and annoying
(ru) wrote: Channing and Jamie are really good together in this movie. Love the comedy mixed with action.
(ca) wrote: Our whole family loved it, from the 12 year old to 73! Love to see more movies of this quality and type available for families.
(es) wrote: Former collegiate wrestler Scott Voss (Kevin James) is a 42-year-old, apathetic high school teacher. When budget cutbacks threaten to cancel some of the school's programs and lay off its music teacher (Henry Winkler), Scott creates a scheme to raise money by moonlighting as a mixed martial arts fighter. Everyone thinks Scott is crazy- most of all the school nurse, Bella (Salma Hayek). In his quest, Scott gains something he never expected as he inspires his students and becomes a sensation that rallies the entire school.
(es) wrote: Would have given it four stars but some scenes were a little unnecessarily gross. And when I say gross, I mean disgusting. Other than that, there were some laugh out loud moments.....
(ag) wrote: Ok, not for everybody, but i really liked it
(us) wrote: one of my favorite movies
(ca) wrote: Guillermo proved he had what it takes to be a good director in his debut feature. Cronos is a horror film about an ancient device that grants immortality to the owner at the cost of their humanity. One dying man seeks to obtain this device no matter what the cost and many unfortunate events occurred. It's a little bit slow and the storyline was rather bizarre,nevertheless it was violent and gory with surprising star Ron Perlman playing the antagonist.
(ag) wrote: Definitely not a bad movie, "Ishtar" is very much an odd story featuring the super-talented Dustin Hoffman and Warren Beatty. Hoffman and Beatty are so good that one is convinced of the mediocrity of their characters.
(mx) wrote: campy, cheesy, very silly..loved-ed it :-)
(gb) wrote: Flawed, but still one of the series' better efforts.
(fr) wrote: I love this movie, I loved it when I was little and still do, I really want to buy it but cant find anywhere that has it.
(us) wrote: Algerian Government subsidized and hired Italian director Gillo Pontecorvo to shoot a film to recount the bloody clash between FLN (Algerian National Liberation Front) and French colonial only few years after its independence (1962). The film was not only won GOLDEN LION in Venice in 1966 and an Academy Awards nomination for BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM in 1967 but also was nominated for BEST DIRECTOR and SCREENPLAY in 1969 for a rare second round. THE BATTLE OF ALGIERS impresses its viewers with a haunting collection of close-up portraits of various people (both French and Algerian) under a soul-searching orchestration emphasized by stark chiaroscuro, it was years after Italian Neo-Realism, but the non-professional cast (the only pro is a wiry and bulged-eyed Jean Martin, who commands a stance of military mettle perfectly) and locale-revamping contributes a great amount of authenticity in the final work. There are plenty of overlooking angles with extensive depth of focus to examine and the city and enlighten one's appreciation, plus there are fleeting montages of torture under interrogation are disturbing but can potently generates a sense of boldness to show audience the cruelty in reality. However the most indelible ones are the waiting-for-the-bombs-to-explode experiences, with camera panning over innocent white victims-to-be unwittingly relish their last moment of hedonism, utterly guarantee a surge of compassion out of shock value terms. Therefore, the film should also be extolled by its unbiased perspective in telling its stories from both parts, dispassionately channels viewers to witness the vindictive constitution lying underneath common humanity and the aimless and reproachable tit-for-tat acts ensuring. There are radical debates as regards the essence of revolution, a much more penetrating motto is revolution doesn't mean war and terrorism is not a means to win a revolution, which should be indoctrinated all over the world, especially to those tinderboxes where religious and political threats are pervading rampantly at present. Showing no partiality to either sides is not an easy move since the production was backed and green-lit by one of the government, thus the film is a genuine gem in retaining the integrity and fabricating a gripping panorama of a chain of bloodshed and baring its true color under the stark daylight.
(it) wrote: I think Herschell's films are stuck in a difficult transition period - he's trying to carve his own niche in a period of cinema that, out of it's era, looks dated because when there's not gore, it's a fairly typical, run of the mill, 60's film with a slightly different narractive. The music doesn't help at all, obviously the bad acting adds to it's kitch value but the dialogue is pathetic, not even in a 'so bad, it's good' sense. Again, give respect where respect is deserved but I think his hybrid films can only be acknowledged for their inspiration that moulded the films of golden era American exploitation and worldwide for that matter
(au) wrote: as se sienta menos aburrida, no me gustan estos personajes no sus historias.
(ag) wrote: A so bad it's good Star Wars knock off with David Hasselhoff as a Prince and the sexy Caroline Munro as the intergalactic space warrior Stella Star who must defeat Joe Spinell (the Count Zarth Arn). The effects are typically cheesy for this decade, but work effectively in bringing in that wonderful bad movie quality you want to have for a midnight sci/fi movie.