Diary of a Bad Lad
Frustrated filmmaker, Barry Lick, sets out to attempt to make a documentary about a local businessman who he believes is involved in property rackets, prostitution, pornography and the importation of large quantities of recreational drugs.
- Stars:Joe O'Byrne, Paul Birtwistle, Donna Henry, Roxanne Gregory, Clive Bonelle, James Foster, Jonathan Williams, Tim Paley, Chris Leonard, Michael Booth, Charlie Anderson, Bob Atkinson, Jason Blacow, Alison Booth, Louise Brand,
- Director:Michael Booth,
- Writer:Jonathan Williams (screenplay)
Frustrated filmmaker, Barry Lick, and a crew of film school wannabees, attempt to make a documentary about a local businessman who he believes is involved in property rackets, prostitution, pornography and drugs. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Diary of a Bad Lad torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: wonderful wonderful wonderful . love it.
(ca) wrote: Still more brainless fun...
(kr) wrote: Interesting. The actor did a great job capturing McCain's physical mannerisms. This movie answered some of my questions about POWs. I think it is worth the time to watch.
(jp) wrote: This "Requiem for a Burrito" is by no means a good film, it is actually very terrible, but it is not terrible enough to at least make it unintentionally funny or entertaining. It is simply dull, mediocre and has an awful script that awful actors cannot work with. It looks pretty, though, competently shot at least, and one of the apartments has a very beautiful wallpaper.
(gb) wrote: An excellent Canadian film! Fresh, fun and creative!
(ca) wrote: Roger Ebert once wrote that "no good movie is too long and no bad movie is short enough". At 3hrs and 45mins, Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India is the second longest film I have ever seen--but not once did I feel it was too long. It tells the fictional story of a group of Indian villagers being challenged to a high-stake cricket match by their British colonizers. If the villagers win, they won't have to pay their annual land tax for 3 years. If they lose, the tax will be increased three-fold. The cricket match is so well directed that people who don't know anything about the sport will leave understanding the game. Yes, it is a Bollywood film and there are songs, and some people don't like this. But the songs are great, and the film should not be dismissed for such a banal reason. If you were to choose to watch only one Bollywood film in your lifetime, it might as well be this one.
(mx) wrote: An intriguing film that has so many twists and turns. This was the first Kubrick film I ever saw, and it was definitely a surreal experience. Although it doesn't hold as much weight has films like 2001, A Clockwork Orange, or Dr. Strangelove, it's definitely a film worth checking out. Not only because it is Kubrick's final film, but it's one with sequences that are visually surreal and it has a story that is an intense one.
(es) wrote: zany horror, terrifying at times and also very funny. the goblin is disgusting and the weapons the main characters fashions to hunt the goblin are classic.
(de) wrote: this film cannot be enjoyed fully unless u realize the two protagonists' history with fellini. this is i believe one of the very last films fellini completed and it's a swan song of sorts. it reunites his two best leading actors for a 'last dance', quite literally. as with all fellini films, it takes me 30 minutes to be involved in the story, in the first 30 minutes i look at my watch, i try to decide whether i should just put something else on, i begin to dislike the randomly weird people who are talking about the most bizarre topics. but like a plane flight, after awhile, i feel the movie slowly but surely sweeping me off the ground. i have had this with almost every single film of fellini's i've seen. his films are not so much about something that they are just artifacts which exude more than what a camera can possibly, visibly capture. the only other director to do this also is Kieslowski. their passion comes from the celluloid it's evident they believe in cinema, it's potential, it's universal themes and yet individualistic themes. to see Giuletta again after years apart was great, but the performance i was amazed by was really Marcello. he has aged, pretty gracefully except for the ole baldspot, but he really exudes a marvelous quality in this film. it's a celebration for everyone, it celebrates fellini's career, and it celebrates Giulietta and Marcello's history with the director. except for the randomness of some moments which turned me off momentarily, when the film goes back to the two protagonists, this film is wonderful.
(es) wrote: confusing yet beautiful film.
(br) wrote: This was a great movie! This is good stuff right here.
(br) wrote: The movie's satirical gems need to be experienced with a likeminded crowd to be properly enjoyed. But even if it doesn't hold up to its premise, the most remarkable thing about Iron Sky is that it got made in the first place.
(ru) wrote: when ***t happens, life happens.
(es) wrote: Burt tries Dirty Harry in this just as Clint did for Bandit and the results are surprising.Despite corny dialogue in the slower scenes (and in one or two of the macho tough scenes particularly Burt's "pulling the chain" monologue) and a love interest with Rachel Ward (who is clearly not an actress whatsoever and doesn't even try despite her natural beauty) and the annoying and out of place mainstream jazz score (Burt never came close to the chops Clint did) if this was all cut from the film and focused on Burt being the true bad ass he is and just protecting a witness instead of falling for her, the film would almost be up in the running for the great action/crime thrillers. The interaction with the "machine" is downright hilarious, tough and even moving sometimes all at once, and with Bernie Casey, Charles Durning, Richard Libertini and Bryan Keith all lending a hand it makes the film special. Vittorio Gassman doesn't have the chops to be a meancing villian, and his motives aren't clear except just to have power but Henry Silva proves his lifelong mettle as the man who played villians to end all of villains in any role and gives his all as the frightening and downright sadistic Billy Score. Add to these highpoints the opening chase sequence will bullets flying (in the gritty 70's-early 80's style for true toughness) through the streets of Atlanta, a nightmare of a botche attempted hit from Score, the most disturbing interrogation scene in an action film to date and still of all-time (yes the fingers are shown) and one of the most amazing stunts of all-time ever caught on film of a leap of 200 feet from a high rise, and Sharky's Machine is worth it, albeit dated, but still enjoyable. And the balletic violence and halestorm of bullets and suspense in the last 1/2 hour does give Clint a run for his money. Too bad the film wasn't tighter.
(ca) wrote: Pirates give me the williesTinker Bell and Terrance are best friends. Tinker Bell is awarded head fairy of the autumn and given the responsibility of presenting the moon stone and activating it with the special scepter. As Terrance helps Tinker prepare, he accidentally breaks the scepter. Tinker unfriends him, like Facebook, and never wants to see him again. During her fit of rage she breaks the moon stone. Tinker will need to find a way to fix everything herself after pushing her best friend away."The treasure of true friendship will never lose its glow."Klay Hall, director of episodes of The Simpsons, Garfield and Friends, King of the Hill, and Father of the Pride; as well as the upcoming Planes, delivers Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure. The storyline for this picture was surprisingly entertaining, but what was really impressive was the awesome animation. The voices were okay and included Mae Whiteman, Lucy Liu, Raven-Symone, Kristin Chenoweth, and Jesse McCartney. "I didn't think I'd need any help. I was wrong."I watched this off Netflix with my daughter this past weekend and found it more entertaining than I anticipated. The plot has several twists and the characters are dynamic. This is far from a great movie, but isn't the worst sequel to a Disney picture. I recommend seeing this movie with your child."I'm standing behind you."Grade: C+