A documentary on the once promising American rock bands The Brian Jonestown Massacre and The Dandy Warhols. The friendship between respective founders, Anton Newcombe and Courtney Taylor, escalated into bitter rivalry as the Dandy Warhols garnered major international success while the Brian Jonestown Massacre imploded in a haze of drugs.

A documentary on the once-promising American rock bands The Brian Jonestown Massacre and The Dandy Warhols, and the friendship/rivalry between their respective founders, Anton Newcombe and Courtney Taylor. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Wes S (ca) wrote: Unlike the previous shorts and the video games, the characters do talk. While this doesn't feel exactly canon to the film series, there are some fun moments and interesting characters.

Alex B (nl) wrote: Good movie. Better than expected, little cheesy but a good story overall, and surprisingly good actors. I loved It

13ig 1 (de) wrote: Made me a Miike fan...permenantly.

Chris G (kr) wrote: Falardeau's atmospheric little drama unfolds slowly enveloping you within its many layers thanks to fine performances from Gourmet and Ahmarani.

Jaclyn L (ru) wrote: I actually liked this movie, it was pretty typical but well written. The characters were really believable.

Jess L (us) wrote: Teeters on the edge of being really funny and really bad.

Willy K (de) wrote: Mengecewakan untuk penampilan seorang Affleck.

Joseph Y (au) wrote: This objective glimpse into Trinity Church's annual Halloween Hell House lacks perspective. The Church's motivations are given cursory scrutiny at best, and I get the feeling that Trinity's 'close to the vest' approach to confronting its own tactics - and the price of getting permission to film its members - essentially crippled Ratliff's ability to make this documentary more probing and insightful. Intelligent dissenting voices, other than the group of rude, inarticulate teens who accost the Church, would have been nice to provide greater perspective.

Malvika K (br) wrote: very very sweet and charming movie. fantastic performance by both shah rukh and juhi (= a must watch!

Thomas P (ru) wrote: Juicy psychologically drama, wildly imaginative, stunning cinematography - this movie is a weird gem.All that and still very relatable, bc two outsiders become kindred spirits and create a fantasy world that overtakes them, to a deadly end.Staggering that it's a true story.You will be So glad u went along for this ride.5 out of 5

Zach M (mx) wrote: So now the 80's are nearing the end and Charles Bronson is in his late 60's, and the Death Wish series has added even more to the title, Death Wish 4: The Crackdown. Paul Kersey gets hired to kill gangs and it turns out he was doing it for the wrong people, he even kills a cop. Big body count but the story wasn't nearly as good as the first three. And this is the first Death Wish to have no nudity and Michael Winner is no longer directing.

Ut S (ca) wrote: This movie is important in Indian movie industry because of its story line and the amount of freedom given to actors to showcase their versatility. The plot involves a deaf and mute couple falling in love and getting married. The movie reflects the problems faced by couple in a desensitized society. This story of despair and hope spans two decades ; when their son finds himself in love with a deaf girl. The standout aspect of the movie is the portrayal of a deaf & mute man by Sanjeev Kumar.

Django U (gb) wrote: Dis movie is funny ma nigga

Ferdinand S (au) wrote: I liked this film a lot. It is very funny and a girl is sweet and beautiful. I liked Divorzio all'italiana more though.

Steve S (gb) wrote: Sister Act was alright. I enjoyed all the actors' performances. Maggie Smith is perfect casting of Mother Superior.

Dave C (fr) wrote: The 60's - Memories - memories - Frankie and Annette in a Beach Party - Man! What a Blast!