In March of 2011, three filmmakers disappeared in the Superstition Mountains of Arizona while documenting their search for the Lost Dutchman mine. Their bodies were never found... but their camera was. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Ricardo A (ru) wrote: Tom la ferme may feel pretentious at times, but as a whole is an intriguing thriller.
Karla S (it) wrote: This is a very romantic movie! Is a fresh and original story.
Corey B (kr) wrote: 3 characters one being a guilt ridden alcoholic who lives a lonely life (played by the constantly great Eddie Marsan), a 17 year old homeless girl he elects to pick up off the street to give her a home to help her clean up her act in a way that allows him to clean his. Then we have random interludes of this nearly broke mother trying to bring up a kid while being a social worker, mistress and sort of a drug dealer while trying to hold her head above water.Its these kind of movies that should be made more often than the shit that often gets put out these days. While it wasn't as good as I hoped it would be it is still something worth seeing once. Its a very hard movie to watch definitely living Vancouver where this kind of stuff happens. The movie is about redemption, 3 people for the most part looking for their own piece but through helping each other in one way or another (which is sort of a spoiler but you would've seen it coming).
Jamie F (ag) wrote: Can bring a tear to a glass eye.
Campbell P (jp) wrote: I really don't know how to rate a movie like Jackass. It was a whole bunch of dumb stunts performed by even dumber people. I understand this is entertainment but if we get to a point where a whole movie is about stupid people hurting themselves in person then this is a total waste of money. I did laugh more than a few times, not going to lie, but I don't see how this makes a movie. Props for the actors that wanted to be a part of this project and willing to hurt themselves for the entertainment of viewers but wow did you get a big payday for something as dumb as this. This film and its type of humor isn't really my thing so I can understand if a person were to say they really enjoyed this movie, it's just not for me. The pranks and stunts were pretty clever and funny for the most part and the result was sometimes funny. I think this movie could be maybe edited better if it were to take on a skit styled movie in my opinion. Every scene switch was just another face to black, there could've been some funny transitions in between but it's a tiny thing. I really don't have a lot to say more about Jackass The Movie except that it's not my taste and to me a waste of money for Hollywood movies and not even really a movie. D-
Adam R (br) wrote: Has a few minor factual errors, but this isn't "Loose Change." A couple years after it was released, the FBI finally admitted it used pyrotechnics in the seige; something they denied under oath for 6 years.
steven s (nl) wrote: Absolutely on my top ten movies of the 80s. John Ritter and Jim belushi make a perfect pair. My brother and I would rent this tape about every other weekend, he'd have a six pack of bud, me a 4 pack of bartles and James. Silly, yes, but very entertaining. Great one liners. Definitely a work of art. "did you think about how I'd feel after I came back from taking MY leak?". "[email protected]@holes walking around dressed like that are just asking to be shot ". RIP John Ritter.
Cassandra M (jp) wrote: his was the first of the 6 major Italian Cannibal flicks of the 70's, (and early 80's). And it isn't that bad at all. It has a quite good story, and the acting is suprisingly good. The love story is a little far-fetched, but the film itself is quite enjoyable, except, once again for the real animal deaths.Not as good as either of Deodato's, but certainly better than Eaten Alive, Cannibal Apocalypse, or Trap Them and Kill Them.
Kyle M (kr) wrote: One of the best violent Bigfoot movies ever made. This movie made down vests cool for me.
Nellie K A (au) wrote: Need to see this version too. I read the book. Fashion was made popular by this book that kids hated the fashion and they probably blamed on the author. The parents, especially mothers found it cute (fashion).
Spencer S (gb) wrote: After reading the glorious memoir Swanson on Swanson by Gloria Swanson I was ravenous to see more of her silent pictures from the dawning of the movie industry. This gem from overspending, OCD ridden director Eric von Stroheim was never officially finished as the production went over budget and there were significant disputes between Stroheim and Swanson, but what was salvaged is a beautiful piece of filmmaking. A type of grown up fairy tale with themes of romanticized violence, renegade from the Catholic Church, and the gamine charm of Swanson herself. Though the ending set in Africa was never filmed, which is a missing plot point, it's still a good watch for anyone with little resources for their own filmmaking endeavors and need inspiration. This was done with little budget and a million tiny problems, but is now a classic.
Marcus W (au) wrote: Loses pace after the Odessa Steps sequence, but up to then it's marvellous.
Andy F (us) wrote: Encapsulates everything Woody Allen had built to at that point in his film career. Extremely funny, utterly engaging, at times moving and beautifully cinematographic. A masterpiece.
Dane P (de) wrote: Very interesting, entertaining and funny. This documentary throws everything its got at you with its short run time, fast pacing and unique style. I'd watch it again! Highly recommended
Private U (mx) wrote: Top 5 movies of all time
Jao R (es) wrote: it's corny and entirely predictable. slow-paced with a lot of repetitious scenes. concept's been done before and done much better.