Division III: Football's Finest
This ensemble comedy follows the Pullham University Bluecocks, a small liberal arts college with a Division III football program (the lowest division in the NCAA). When the head coach unexpectedly dies, the future of the flailing football program is in jeopardy, as they have not had a winning season in decades. In a desperate attempt to create some media attention for the athletic program and the university, President Georgia Anne Whistler hires known lunatic and felon, Coach Rick Vice, for what could be the football programs final season.
- Stars:Andy Dick, Marshall Cook, Michael Jace, Mo Collins, Paul Henderson, Alison Haislip, Kevin Covais, Bryan Callen, Greg Fitzsimmons, Debra Wilson, Adam Carolla, Will Sasso, Bru Muller, Tyler Sedustine, Taymour Ghazi,
- Director:Marshall Cook,
- Writer:Marshall Cook, Paul Henderson, Andy Dick
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(mx) wrote: I bet this movie is awesome when you're drunk, and only then.
(gb) wrote: I totally was enchanted with this movie from start to finish. It was wonderful to watch and to learn from. I love french movies and this was yet another one to enjoy. Plus it has history behind it and very erotic and powerful. One of my favorite parts was when she lays herself in the sand after the couple has been there..She is just a young passionate creature inlove with the human sprit and body and full of God Given talent. I loved it. and especially loved to know it was a true story but sad to know what happened in those times ..you will see when you watch. Tragic.
(br) wrote: Great movie, one of the few movies I'll watch Affleck in...
(ca) wrote: Robert Downey Jr's performance as Charlie Chaplin is tremendous. His story is similar to Howard Hughes.
(it) wrote: It's a shame that a version of "Is Paris Burning?" with the original multi-language soundtrack isn't available in one form or another. It would be a joy to watch. Instead, most audiences have to make do with the dubbed version that's easilly found.The dubbed soundtrack version, for what it's worth, is clear but nothing spectacular. But after all it is a 1966 film. The major problem technically, is that it quickly becomes very irritating seeing all these actors performances reduced to a level of stupidity because their words don't match their mouth movements. Dubbing has never sat right on foreign films and this is no exception. It was and always will be a bad solution for idiots who cannot / will not read subtitles. It's never a good alternative.The story itself concerns the German attempts to prepare to hold Paris in the face of overwhelming odds. As well as the advancing Allied armies, the Germans also have to deal with the various resistance groups that are building up in the City itself. The films portrayal of the Nationalist and Communist groups however is confused and disjointed. It looks like a deliberate attempt though to make it look like the resistance groups were essentially fighting for the same things...which historically was not correct. I also suspect the producers wished to tone down the Communist element, who were the new "bad guys" in the 1960's, so that the film would do better box office in the States. There are hints are the inter-group rivalry, but the viewer is left unclear why they exist. Either way, it is far more defined in the book that the film is based on.Most of the performances are good and it's a joy to spot so many faces on the screen. Gert Frobe (ahem...Goldfinger) deserves special mention as General von Choltitz, the Paris Garrison commander. He has the dubious decision of choosing to carry out the Fhrer's order to "destroy Paris" or to leave the City intact. Historically, of course, it would have been an absolute impossibility for the German's to destroy the city given the parameters involved, but the choice to obey or disobey still remained.There are a number of cameos too from US stars, such as Anthony Perkins and Glenn Ford, but this really is a film about the French during the end of the Paris occupation. As a whole it isn't a bad film, but isn't really a good film either. I felt somewhat empty at the end and disappointed too with some un-necessary bog standard "evil German" representations. In the main though, the German's are presented as human. The French are presented as nothing but heroic and noble, which is to be expected, I suppose, but I would have liked to have seen more of the inter-group rivalry that took place in reality. The "good guy/bad guy" polemic just doesn't cut it for a cynical post-Vietnam/Iraq audience anymore.
(ag) wrote: Fritz Lang's "The Woman in the Window" is a reasonably good but second-rate film noir, starring Edward G. Robinson and Joan Bennett. It's hard to believe that the same man directed this and 1927's "Metropolis." "The Woman in the Window" isn't terrible, but it almost completely lacks ingenuity. The cinematography is uninteresting, the sets and costumes run-of-the-mill, and the story rather thin. But it does hold one's interest, and there are moments of real tension. Robinson plays a college professor who specializes in criminal psychology. He gets wrapped up in a murder with a woman (Bennett) he meets on the street late at night. It is fun to watch them try to cover it up. But the twists and turns are pretty much what you'd expect from a B picture. There's also a tremendously lame twist ending built to make the film palatable to a Disney audience. I suppose Lang was pushed by the studio to end it this way. But it's still lame of Lang to have given in. He should have pushed back harder. It seems clear that in this period Lang cared more about earning his salary than making true cinema. From world-famous artist to studio hack in 20 years. What a disappointment. Lang was an Austrian Jew who fled the Nazis and ended up in Hollywood. Another Austrian Jew who did the same was Billy Wilder. While Lang's creative period was over, Wilder's was just beginning. By coincidence, Wilder also directed a film noir in 1944: "Double Indemnity," starring Barbara Stanwyck. If you want to see first-rate film noir, skip Lang's film and watch Wilder's.
(de) wrote: One of the most fantastic stories depecting the horrors of drug abuse.. The story progression through heaven, earth and hell was amazing. One of the most extroadinary examples of acting particularly from Ledger and Cornish. Amazing movie.
(nl) wrote: Tom does a great job with a horribly written, unintelligent, piece of garbage script.
(de) wrote: Tries, with some poignancy, to deconstruct some of the central, deceptive narratives told to many of us from a very young age. It does, unfortunately, cave to many of the tropes that it is trying to denounce.
(de) wrote: a 'nice' love story, where, as usual, men are blind and women are deaf.