Come Fly with Me Nude

Come Fly with Me Nude

Performance artists Dom Casual & Bella Hagen are caught in an existential schism between keeping it real in San Francisco or selling out in Hollywood in this story about art, berets, and finding your muse. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Come Fly with Me Nude torrent reviews

Lynn L (it) wrote: Horrifying... educational... important.

Robert D (mx) wrote: for being a samuel l. jackson movie i was disapointed.

Alicia G (mx) wrote: Interesting premise but the film disappoints.

Konrad A (us) wrote: Not a good movie A whole new group of actors and actresses and not a good plot to this movie. The first one is better

Gimly M (us) wrote: Jonathan King made his directorial debut in 2006 with Horror/Comedy Black Sheep in New Zealand, a film about genetically altered sheep in New Zealand (which out number people 10 to 1) that go rogue and start hunting down their human masters. It features the tagline; "Get ready. For the violence of the lambs.", which is bloody brilliant in my opinion.New Zealand's Weta Workshop, the SFX guys behind King Kong, The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, Xena, Daybreakers, Distric 9, Avatar, Van Helsing and 30 Days of Night worked on the SFX for Black Sheep too, and you sure as Hell notice it. The effects are out of this world. Who would've thought you could realistically go ahead with a transformation from man to "weresheep"? Watching this, I sort of compared it to to Isolation, because they're basically the same thing, done in completely different ways. (For those of you who have never seen Isolation it's a British film about genetically altered cows that kill their human masters). Where Isolation failed, was in that despite the drama of the situation, I just couldn't take it seriously, Black Sheep doesn't even try. I suppose it's plausible that King came up with the idea before deciding to make it a comedy, and this is just the way it ended up, but it works.Though I find New Zealand accents mildly irritating, the fact that the characters actually have development begs my forgiveness, and I'm more than willing to reciprocate. It's fantastic to have a gore-ridden, uproariously funny film, where the characters are not only believable, but you actually kinda care about them. Sure there's not really anything to it other than absurdist humour, but it's the perfect example of it.Setting is a big deal to me, and though it's not on par with the cinematography of Wolf Creek or Rome, but it's beautiful enough for that one aspect for of it to hold up all on its own. It's yet another of those films I talk about often, where it's great to watch while you're drinking, where it differs though, is that even if you're sober, you'll still enjoy it, albeit, less so.Almost everything about it is good, but it's important to note, that if you think about any single thing in the movie on its own, you could think of another film that does it better. It's still very enjoyable, but it wasn't all together cohesive and seemed to throw away on a whim a lot of the potential that it had. For a first film though, a lot of congratulations are in order for Mr. King.-Gimly

Marie H (ca) wrote: I LOVE THIS MOVIE!! ITS A TRUE STORY!!!!!! ONE MAN IS IN JAIL FOR LIFE!!! HOW CAN YOU TELL WHO SHOT THOSE FBI GUYS!!!??? DID YOU SEE HOW MANY? WELL THEY PICKED MR L PELITIRE,, spellling may be wrong,,TJIS PERSON!! IS IN JAIL FOR NOTHING!! I ORAY HE US LET OUT!!! TO LIVE A LITTLE OF HUS LIFE!!!!!

Eric N (au) wrote: Quite enjoyable silly romp.

Mark W (ca) wrote: You could tell this film was made nearing the 70's because of the amount of cleavage and sexual references present. The story in this one felt a little familiar but considerably weaker than all of the three previous efforts! The majority of the characters are very uninteresting and all quite annoying, I guess that ruined the film for me in some ways, but it just failed to live up to earlier efforts.

Felipe F (gb) wrote: Gus Van Sant slowly builds a burning tension on a fact-based tragedy in a unconventional style.