CREMASTER 2 (1999) is rendered as a gothic Western that introduces conflict into the system. On the biological level it corresponds to the phase of fetal development during which sexual division begins. In Matthew Barney's abstraction of this process, the system resists partition and tries to remain in the state of equilibrium imagined in Cremaster 1 ...
- Stars:Norman Mailer, Matthew Barney, Anonymous, Lauren Pine, Scott Ewalt, Patty Griffin, Michael Thompson, Dave Lombardo, Bruce Steele, Steve Tucker, Cat Kubic, Sam Jalhej, Jacqueline Molasses, Lenore Harris, James Pantoleon,
- Director:Matthew Barney,
- Writer:Matthew Barney
CREMASTER 2 (1999) is rendered as a gothic Western that introduces conflict into the system. On the biological level it corresponds to the phase of fetal development during which sexual division begins. In Matthew Barney's abstraction of this process, the system resists partition and tries to remain in the state of equilibrium imagined in Cremaster 1 ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Cremaster 2 torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: A lot better than I expected. Nice Netflix find for a lazy Saturday morning.
(ag) wrote: Denne er ganske bra og morsom!
(es) wrote: Shark Tale is a joylessly anticlimactic, play-by-the-numbers animated film that has zero to no charm. The main character is very dislikeable, the others are bland and though some very talented actors were put in set, the final product is definitely not very appealing to say the least.
(ca) wrote: Randy: I don't want to shock you or anything, but I really want to hold your hand right now. I've been wanting to hold your hand all day. Evie: I've held hands with a girl before. Randy: With a girl like me? Evie: No I guess not. But what's the worst that could happen? Randy: We could get the shit kicked out of us is all. Evie: Just for holding hands? I don't believe that. Randy: God Evie, you are so sheltered. Evie: [holding out her hand] Then unshelter me.
(es) wrote: Barfly isn't my ideal film. I feel like it lacks sufficient story structure or much of a story to tell, and that results in not much happening or much to keep you stimulated.However, Barfly does tell a story well and features a fascinating screenplay and an excellent performance from Mickey Rourke who is extremely convincing as a poet and a drunk. There could not have been a better actor for the role.Also, Supporting him in a similar performance is the talented Faye Dunaway in role like she hasn't done before. It was interesting to see her up and at it in Barfly.It also provides an insightful look into the mind of a Barfly and how society can be viewed by someone from the lower class, and it's rather fascinating to watch.So Barfly isn't a great movie, but watched in the right frame of mind it isn't a boring one. It' s also one of best performances Mickey Rourke has given.
(ca) wrote: It seemed like the kind of movie that tried to be really intellectual and that people say they enjoy just to feel intellectual, but it was honestly a waste of 98 minutes. The symbolism was odd and not particularly profound. Would not recommend.
(ru) wrote: James Cagney delivers a captivating performance of one the greatest stars of the silver screens silent era. The film mostly chronicles his relationship with his ex-wife as well as his son, but as far as a story goes, it feels a lot like a bulletpoint list of the events of Chaney's life.The film's strongest emotional moments come from the beginning when we see the Chaney family together. There's some real chemistry here that I would have liked to have seen more of. The film shifts rather suddenly to his adult life and his start of his reputation as "The Man of a Thousand Faces". We get to see a lot of drawings of Chaney's famed makeup, but I honestly would have loved to see James Cagney in some more makeup scenes myself.The supporting cast is does quite well, and Jim Backus as Chaney's agent is a real treat.The film resolves well but feels a little long in the tooth over all.I recommend it only if you like Chaney or his era of films, otherwise it might not have the same resonance.
(us) wrote: If it wasn't for the corny propaganda... But anyway a great little thiller with some impressive set pieces. Hitchcock didn't need an overly constructed plot to make it work, injecting his finesse and humour at every step. Current action/adventure filmmakers should take note of this fine example of escapist cinema.
(ru) wrote: One of the best existential films ever made!
(fr) wrote: I didn't think of this in the erotic category, but even so it's not really erotic. It's more of a comedy/drama instead. The premise is quite ridiculous.