Crystal Fairy & the Magical Cactus

Crystal Fairy & the Magical Cactus

Jamie is a boorish, insensitive American twentysomething traveling in Chile, who somehow manages to create chaos at every turn. He and his friends are planning on taking a road trip north to experience a legendary shamanistic hallucinogen called the San Pedro cactus. In a fit of drunkenness at a wild party, Jamie invites an eccentric woman—a radical spirit named Crystal Fairy—to come along.

While shaggy, boorish young American Jamie is traveling through Chile, he invites an eccentric woman to join his group's quest to score a fabled hallucinogen, the famed San Pedro cactus. But her free-spirited personality quickly clashes with his self-absorption... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Sigit P (ag) wrote: keren nih film, british banget. :D

jfloyd w (nl) wrote: ...pretending to be serious while essentially wallowing in prurient fantasies about women, and of course attractive women... ...probably one of the most succinct and insightful, certainly one of the cleverest, remarks I read was by NYT critic MANOHLA DARGIS: "Mr. Gutierrez, as suggested by all the decolletage, appears to be a breast man. Too bad he didn't set his sights higher".... ...unfortunately to be frank, certainly for us fellow males, it is admittedly still fascinating...yeah, its one of those contradictory or paradoxical things ...occasionally appealing to the head and the heart while essentially exploiting them thar lower regions... ...the final, post credit coda seems to tell it all: a slickly, kitsch-ily dressed porn "director" is interviewing Elektra Luxx, herself dressed as a nun, and Holly Rocket, a frizzy blond-haired yet bright bimbo (at least arithmetically quite bright), -- now there's a bunch of paradoxes, paradoxes which capture the core of the film...yes, funny, clever even insightful sometimes yet still ultimately and primarily prurient and exploitative... ...guess I'll have to see it again to verify the veracity of what I've written...yeah, I'm being facetious...I think...

Sgt C (es) wrote: A childish concept filled with childish effects and cartoonish characters, only with sex jokes aplenty. Who the hell is is movie made for? The more than slightly fading reputation of the director, along with the two leads that are both no strangers to poor movies doesn't help matters much either, but the fact is that a bad comedy has really only one person to blame and that is the writer. As a throwaway 90 min slice of entertainment it's just about passable, but I strongly assume that every single copy sold of this film on DVD has never been played more than once.

bill s (ru) wrote: Come for the performances of two icons of cinema but the movie itself is nothing more than a generic piece of cheese.

Arpan P (kr) wrote: 3 stars mainly for the ridiculous amounts of time Natasha Henstridge is topless for. But seriously, it wasn't a bad premise, and the group of "hunters" is entertaining although I find it kind of odd that Ben Kingsley who is supposedly in charge of the entire operation initially seems to have no clue about what is going on.. odd for the person who supposedly set off the whole process. Still a good sci-fi/horror chase movie when you think about it probably cheapened by the topless Henstridge but hey, this movie was ahead of it's time, sex sells!

Alex C (ca) wrote: A thin plot even for a Godzilla movie actually makes it better than most entries in the francise. Apparently Mothra brought some Godzilla DNA into space, which seemingly fused with a Lady Gaga-like entity with a grudge against Japan. A long special effects battle ensues. Sweet.

Kristy P (ca) wrote: Hilarious. Don't know who came up with this storyline of digging for money in the basement of a house in a nosy neighborhood, but it's great!

Joe G (kr) wrote: This is one of the best accomplishments in animation. I?m sure that Walt Disney is looking down at the illusion of life captured in these mocumentary interviews with excitement and jealousy. This is the kind of thing you can watch over and over and still catch the abundance of subtle nuances that make British humor so good.

Greg S (jp) wrote: About to suffer a nervous breakdown due to a looming deadline to create a pimple cream campaign, a hot shot advertising exec grows a boil on his neck, which soon develops a face and a nasty personality. Does he need a dermatologist, or a psychologist? This weird and witty advertising satire from the director of WITHNAIL AND I has been sadly neglected over the years.

Pepper W (fr) wrote: One of the best war movies ever! This movie has an all star cast, great story and plenty of action. The music 'opening score' by Leonard Roseman is 'on target'. There's no CGI or any other special effects, just raw talent handling a real life situation. A MUST SEE!

Kiel C (br) wrote: Always a now to watch. "It's a great big beautiful tomorrow..."

Leanna E (kr) wrote: Sienna is spot on as Edie. Fabulous clothes too!

Rhonda J (jp) wrote: What a waste of talent! This movie was cheesy and lacked depth. Although a great actor Morgan Freeman in that role was unbelievable.

Gabriel C (jp) wrote: Wes Anderson's impeccable visual style and colorful characters win over audiences once again in Moonrise Kingdom.

Gmd E (kr) wrote: That's the best they could've done with such a bad idea.And this "best" is actually very entertaining.

Carlos I (it) wrote: Somehow even better than the first one. A lot of that probably has to do with Pam Grier though. Marshall is so great in the role.