Easy Riders, Raging Bulls: How the Sex, Drugs and Rock 'N' Roll Generation Saved Hollywood
A look at 1970s Hollywood when it was known as New Hollywood, and the director was the star of the movie.
- Stars:Lubna Azabal, Biyouna, Nadia Kaci, Jalil Naciri, Abbes Zahmani, Florence Giorgetti, Lounès Tazairt, Akim Isker, Fawzi B. Saichi, Serge Avedikian, Martin Scorsese, Dennis Hopper, Peter Bogdanovich, Sam Peckinpah, Warren Beatty, Robert Altman, Arthur Penn, Jack Nicholson, Francis Ford Coppola, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Tony Bill, Peter Bart, Paul Schrader, Sharon Tate,
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Zombie M (gb) wrote: first time seeing this movie and instantly fell in love with it
Colin H (fr) wrote: What an amazing film
Jess W (ru) wrote: I soooo want to see this movie...I love horror movies!
Greg N (mx) wrote: Though the premise requires some suspension of disbelief, given the smoldering persona of Whalley's character, against the body of work that Flanery portrays, would have more fittingly entitled this wartime drama as" The League of Extraordinary Hetero-sexual Gentleman", its a feel good chick flick, that teasingly entertains, and ultimately delivers.
Michael T (nl) wrote: Predictable and boring...certainly deserves its awful reputation.
Asa B (gb) wrote: A bit of a slog and surprisingly dark in places. Still, can't beat the "Oklahoma" number!
Bryan M (de) wrote: It was simply a great movie, what can I say, the acting, the cinematography, the whole story was well developed and beautiful.
John Y (de) wrote: This movie has its humorous moments, but it's far from spectacular.
Cory M (au) wrote: Enjoyable backstory of cinema's greatest boy next door. Performances are pretty good. has it moments of borderline silly, but is well-balanced with good scenes. A step up in the series.
lion o (de) wrote: very good film to see 8 out of 10
Daniel K (nl) wrote: 2: Films don't get much more melodramatic than this. It's a bit ridiculous; definitely not the best Bette Davis vehicle out there. I'm sure there are many viewers out there that enjoy it, but I found the picture to be a bit much. There are few that make them like this any more. The few examples I can think of, and that have only passing knowledge of, include the more ridiculous South Korean television shows and a few Mexican soap operas. I imagine there are others out there, but not in what I consider the mainstream, and for good reason I'd say. The strings are so overpowering, the voice calculated to pull at your heartstrings, and those big eyes are sadder than ever. Nice title, but again very over the top.
Edgar C (it) wrote: Bunuel's most amazing and breathtaking piece of film-making changed cinema's direction and raised it to a whole new level full of opened doors to the contrasts between reality, the dreams, the absurde and grotesque, with the impossibe and the "fantastic".100/100
Kyle O (de) wrote: I really like this movie. So cute and heartwarming.