Debeli i mrsavi
An impostor called Dumpling escapes the prison and arrives to institute where he meets doctor Strukl, an expert in weight-change who is wanted by many celebrities. After discovering his ...
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Robert H (au) wrote: Brian De Palma is one of those directors whose films are very polarizing (with a few exceptions, of course). Being that he no longer works within the Hollywood establishment and his output has been drastically reduced, I guess a documentary will have to do. And boy, what a documentary! Still, the word 'documentary' doesn't really describe this film that well, since it's more like a one-on-one conversation. De Palma is very candid about his past and doesn't shy away from emphatically stating his opinions on people he's worked with and his own work. One thing that did surprise me was how little Hitchcock, his clearest influence, was brought up. Not a criticism, just an observation. Clips from VERTIGO, NORTH BY NORTHWEST, and REAR WINDOW are shown, though, in the context of techniques or stylistic features that De Palma learned from them. If anything, the range of artistic influences was much wider than I had ever realized before. Even if he never made another film, De Palma has left behind an incredible body of work that deserves serious study and consideration, and this documentary fills a void for everyone. It provides a nice retrospective for those already familiar and, for those not, a great place to start.
Jeff B (gb) wrote: Sort of blah slasher film that's basically I Know What You Did Last Summer meets Shocker. A group of college students training to be doctor's accidentally put the local nerd in a coma, and the sympathetic female character tries to save him. Of course, something goes wrong and the nerd ends up killing the students, using other people's bodies. Some okay deaths, but it's cliched, all the typical characters are there, and all the typical bad acting. Nothing special.
Tiger L (gb) wrote: Pretty bad, but also pretty good at the same time.
Bill A (fr) wrote: I kept missing this one when it was on tv .. I seen bits and pieces of it and it looked awesome.
Jack L (mx) wrote: Pilar Padilla, George Lopez, and Adrien Lopez were particularly strong in this interesting movie. We all benefit in ways many of us don't appreciate from the hard work of labor unions over the past century. This movie captures some important work done on behalf of service workers (janitors) more recently. At the same time, the movie oversimplifies the supposed "bad guys": supervisors, managers, and owners. There are lots of decent folks in every aspect of the economic food chain, and those opposed to labor unions are not as simplisticly evil as this movie forces down our throats. Also, unions have, on occasion, used less-than-savory tactics to achieve some legitimate goals. Finally, the globalized world makes the worker-owner relationship far more difficult to manage, and that is entirely missing from this film. We'll see how the automotive industry survives its current crisis, and from that we'll see how healthy the US labor movement is after all is said and done.
Muffin M (ca) wrote: Rancho Carne's prestigious 'Toros' Cheerleading squad are five time national champions with the best moves in the business... but new team captain Torrance (Kirsten Dunst) has just found out their killer routines were stolen from the clovers, a poor, down-ridden neighbourhood team. Worse still, the nationals are only a few weeks away.Cheerleading has always been about lying, cheating, bitching and backstabbing... But this is a chance for the Toros to win fairly and squarely this time even if the clovers still have the best hip-hop moves in the competition. Its gonna be one hell of a cat-fight!stars Kirsten Dunst, Eliza Dushku, Jesse Bradford, Gabrielle Union, Clare Kramer, Nicole Bilderback, Tsianina Joelson, Rini Bell, Nathan West, Huntley Ritter and Ian Roberts.directed by Peyton Reed.
Desmond R (br) wrote: Most important point is that I found it extremely boring.
Lee D (es) wrote: I LOVE this movie. But I love drugs, and Hunter S Thompson.