Confessions of a Porn Addict

Confessions of a Porn Addict

Mark Tobias had it all: a good job, a beautiful wife, and a particularly unhealthy addiction to pornography. His wife, Felice, finally got fed up with the competition and left him, causing Mark’s addiction to spiral out of control, until one day he was caught with his pants down—literally.

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Scott E (es) wrote: Pretty eye opening movie.

Alex W (nl) wrote: Try's to make spector look more sympathetic. Seems like half the reason he got convicted was for being stupid and a tool. Pacino give a very "angels in america" performance. I know nothing of this case and i don't know if that helps or hurts my opinion.

Grace L (gb) wrote: So...deep and beautiful

xGary X (ru) wrote: A young nobleman in the seventeenth century makes a promise to his Queen to never grow old, living on through to the twentieth after undergoing the transformation to womanhood. Based on a story by Virginian Woolf, Orlando is an ambitious attempt to portray gender issues spanning the centuries. Tilda Swinton shares the limelight with some wonderful costumes and locations, appearing just at home in doublet and hoes as a corset and bustle and her central performance is arresting. It's a pity that the rest of the cast don't really get a look in, as the story is represented as a series of all-too-short vignettes where some initially intriguing supporting characters appear briefly but are gone again before there is any chance to explore them or relationship with Orlando. This is a real shame because some of the scenes, especially concerning her receiving the kind of attitudes that she was herself guilty of having when she was a man, had real potential. This is doubly true of Zane's character who is the other side of the coin of Orlando's transformation. It is sometimes guilty of being too "arty" for its own good, the gimmicky casting of Quentin Crisp as Elizabeth I (although it could be argued that he is the perfect choice to play an old queen...) and the appearance of Jimmy Somerville as a golden angel overstep the boundary to campness. It's certainly an interesting and beautifully realised film visually, but Benjamin Button did something similar with a lot more heart.

Muhammad K (de) wrote: Alan Arkin's performance was good enough to carry the movie .

Steve M (mx) wrote: Allan (Perkins), who has been suffering from hysterical blindness since the burning death of his father, is released from an asylum and into the care of his sister (Harris). But mysterious events start occuring around Allan, events that fill his blurry world with terror. Is he being haunted by the ghost of his dead father, is his sister trying to drive him insane, or is it all in his mind? "How Awful About Allan" is a well-staged and perfectly paced modern-day gothic thriller. With a great cast--among which we see Anthony Perkins giving what might have been the best performance of his career--who were working with an intelligent and well-written script, and a director who knows how to deploy his entire arsenal of set design, cinematography, lighting, sound effects, and music to envoke a sense of mystery and dread. Despite its humble (and sometimes obvious) television origins, this is a film worth seeking out by anyone who is a fan of gothic tales. ("How Awful About Allan" stands as one of the great achievements of the late Aaron Spelling.) How Awful About Allan Starring: Anthony Perkins, Julie Harris, and Joan Hackett Director: Curtis Harrington

Justin R (jp) wrote: A classic Arthurian legend movie, epic with spectacular sword fights and battle scenes

Alex B (mx) wrote: "What he did to Shakespeare we are doing now to Poland." Like what Mel Brooks has done to Lubitsch.

Paul C (es) wrote: Appears to be a wartime propaganda movie, but was made prior to the outbreak of hostilities - nevertheless having some foresight! Veidt and Hobson flirt and spar to great effect (so much so Powell and Pressburger re-teamed them again) - and look out for the first Anakin Skywalker (Sebastian Shaw) in an early role.

Inked D (jp) wrote: Some unexpected moments, which make it a good horror flick. Once I started watching it, I didn't really want to stop.

Phil S (ru) wrote: A weak remake of a classic high adventure film. The cast is mediocre and the dialog wooden.