Confessions of a Pop Performer

Confessions of a Pop Performer

Either you've got it or you haven't - some like randy young Timothy Lea (Robin Askwith), manage to get it all the time! Signing up with a pop group, our boisterous hero progresses rapidly from local gigs to scoring a titillating hit with The Climax Sisters, with plenty of ribald adventures along the way!

Either you've got it or you haven't - some like randy young Timothy Lea (Robin Askwith), manage to get it all the time! Signing up with a pop group, our boisterous hero progresses rapidly ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Tim R (br) wrote: Decent action packed adventure

Jack S (ag) wrote: Excellent film. Imagines how living for a higher purpose outside of yourself can make a spectacular difference in your life.

Ruby (ca) wrote: I truly enjoyed this movie and felt I was there the whole night. This movie is definitely not meant for anyone, much less for those who still don't understand what indie films are about.the music is excellent, varied and well chosen. The appearance by a certain superstar DJ at this small rave of around 200 people has been rightly called unrealistic, and lets just say that acting is not his strong point.

Michele W (br) wrote: Dark and difficult to watch at times. Also very funny. How did I miss this in the 90s?

Bhup S (au) wrote: Stupid , funny and disowned by one of the directors by having the Alan Smithee credit but I found it entertaining. I shouldn't like this but I do. A guilty pleasure.

Tor M (es) wrote: I saw this some time after the marvelous "In The Mood For Love" since this is a part of a trilogy as I have understood it. This film is a bit darker than the follow-up. It's dirtier, still poetic and still mysterious. It's not as pretty, but more complicated - at least it was for me. Identity search, love and troubles dealing with emotions are keys here.The music is one of it's best features. Nice songs, perfectly blended in with the pictures. It's semi depressing and semi touching. I like the characters and the way we get to know them but in no way near how we get to know them in"ITMFL". This is not as suggurating or spellbinding and kind of feels like the bleaker little brother and a small taste of what the next film will bring. Hopefully "2046" will be more like "ITMFL". I will find out quite soon.6 out of 10 silent minutes.

Donald W (au) wrote: A couple of friends of mine and I went to see this movie on New Years Eve 1989 at the original movie theaters outside of Crossroads Mall in Oklahoma City. They were new then but are dollar theaters now that they built the new stadium seating theaters. It's a good movie. They played fast and loose with the historical facts such as they left out Earl Long's wife. The character wouldn't have been very sympathetic if we saw that he was cheating on his wife. The story is less about Blaze Starr than it is about the last two years of Earl Long's life. Although Lolita Davidovich is hot and she does have some topless scenes, you see very little of Blaze Starr's stage act. She's probably not as well endowed as the real Blaze Starr. This is really the story of the last days of old style American politics in the early years of television politics. There was a time when politicians were colorful and mudslinging was acceptable. Before television there was little entertainment in rural America. Going to listen to a political speech or debate was entertaining. Politicians brought plenty of free food and drinks to a political rally along with bands and other entertainment to draw in the crowds. Today politicians have to have a good TV presence and be politically correct in their speech. Gailard Sartain from Tulsa is in this movie as one of Earl Longs advisors. The best line in the movie is "It may not fly but it will surely flap its wings."

Martin D (ca) wrote: I dont like Icehockey much,but this one is very good.Dean Youngblood believes he has what it takes to make it in the no-excuses world of professional ice hockey. Youngblood leaves behind a humdrum life on his father's farm to fulfill his dream, and that of his blind brother, of becoming a star of the skates and stick. As he gets the stuffing kicked out of him in the first games and practices, he learns he will need more than ambition and confidence to prove himself in this cold-hearted arena. After Youngblood beds the coach's daughter and his always-frisky landlord, he finds the courage to persevere.

Matt F (de) wrote: The third and final movie in Hammer's Carmilla series is an improvement of sorts on the second film in the trilogy, Lust for a Vampire, but a definite departure from the first film, The Vampire Lovers. First, the pluses: Wonderful scripting, scenery (a move away from some of the more tried and true Hammer sets), acting and story elements. Also the addition of a studio heavy in Peter Cushing, an element conspicuously absent in Lust (and this comes from a FAN of Ralph Bates).The areas where Twins came up short are few and far between but NOTICEABLE. Namely the threadbare plot and the fact that it was really a sequel in name only. It seemed almost as if the studio intended it as a standalone film and seeing the raw cut felt it wasn't quite good enough on its own so threw in the tenuous Carmilla tie-in.

Bruce B (br) wrote: Another film from the Dog O War collection, a 10 pack British War Movies. This one has a little better audio and video then most but still has the quality of a 1940 US Film. In this one the Underground is helping getting a prisoner swap between the Germans and The Brits. Not much action though a lot of killing. 2 Stars and my watching of the Dogs O War stops here.

Jean B (nl) wrote: This movie is so funny!!!!"multiplication...that's the name of the game..." hahahah

Rebecca D (au) wrote: Love the take on vampires in this moive. It's a virus not an evil thing.

Stephen S (au) wrote: Okay film I guess. I like a lot of the baseball aspects of the film, but I really wish it focused less on the romance, which is pretty boring here. Susan Sarandon can get irritating at times in this film too. I know a lot of people love this film for some reason, which I don't understand. It's a decent baseball movie, but by no means would I call it a great film.

Byron B (kr) wrote: What were they thinking!? This kind of camp is not my style at all! Vincent Price only speaks through voice over and overacts horribly with gestures to indicate what he means as if they were going to leave his character silent. The torture devices may have inspired the dangerous rigs employed in the Saw movies, but the combination of comedy, bad effects, and ridiculous frights just left me repulsed.

Breanna L (us) wrote: Very inspiring. One of the best movies I have ever seen