This documentary about the culture of intense cinephilia in New York City reveals the impassioned world of five obsessed movie buffs. The filmmakers expose this delightfully deranged cult by capturing the daily lives of its members. Interviews in movie houses, on the street and in the homes of the subjects tell the story of each individual. Many cannot hold a job, or choose not to. All of them have demoted the importance of the real world, giving all of their attention to the fantasy world of the movies. These human encyclopedias of cinema see two to five films a day, and from 600 to 2,000 films per year. Many have no physical sex lives, living instead in a world of romance with stars like James Dean or Audrey Hepburn. This is the story of their lives, their memories, their unbending habits and the films they love.
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Greg W (br) wrote: hard to find this funny comedy but worth the effort this pic cracked me up reminded me of digital underground mixed with kid n play= this one.
Janika Maria B (ru) wrote: The dudes look yummy
Al L (es) wrote: again..good kids movie
Kenton C (ru) wrote: Whenever Jon Stewart mocks his acting ability, I think of this movie as counter-evidence. The role of Trent obviously plays to his strength of verbosity, but he brought such charm and charisma to the role that I actually found Jon Stewart attractive...which I didn't think possible.
laclasse (au) wrote: It's always fantastic to watch handsome Billy perform, and this is such a funny & cute movie, however the ending could have been better. lol!;}~
WakeWRC89 (de) wrote: Timeless Christmas Classic loved it as a kid and still do now. Always a nice one to watch with the family at this time of year.
Daniel R (kr) wrote: Absolutely hilarious !
Joe R (nl) wrote: I really want to love Cool Hand Luke instead I just like it.
Sam J (mx) wrote: Papillon, Henri Charrire's autobiography turned film in 1973 starring Steve Mcqueen and Dustin Hoffman is possibly the best film of imprisonment, hope and freedom ever made and by far Steve Mcqueens best performance.Lovers of The Great Escape, Green Mile and Shawshank Redemption must make this their next film to enjoy, with the overriding knowledge that this really happened.
Greg R (ca) wrote: Two things that I really enjoyed was that the visuals are really nice, and two, I love how much expression and emotion that I could get just by the horses faces. That's really impressive and I love seeing that. Other than, while I don't think this is a really great film, I enjoyed it just fine.