Eat the Document
Eat the Document is a documentary of Bob Dylan's 1966 tour of the United Kingdom with the Hawks. It was shot under Dylan's direction by D. A. Pennebaker, whose groundbreaking documentary Dont Look Back chronicled Dylan's 1965 British tour. The film was originally commissioned for the ABC television series Stage '66. Though shooting had completed for the film, Dylan's July 1966 motorcycle accident delayed the editing process. Once well enough to work again, Dylan edited the film himself. ABC rejected the film as incomprehensible for a mainstream audience.
Eat the Document is a documentary of Bob Dylan's 1966 tour of the United Kingdom with the Hawks. It was shot under Dylan's direction by D. A. Pennebaker, whose groundbreaking documentary Dont Look Back chronicled Dylan's 1965 British tour. The film was originally commissioned for the ABC television series Stage '66. Though shooting had completed for the film, Dylan's July 1966 motorcycle accident delayed the editing process. Once well enough to work again, Dylan edited the film himself. ABC rejected the film as incomprehensible for a mainstream audience. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Eat the Document torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: It's not the delight that Sharknado was, and thought it's not fair to cmpare two movies that aren't part of the same series, it is made up of an annoying lot of inactive time and some illogical flaws (Illogical? No way!) that don't work to the movie's favour, unlike Sharknado.
(gb) wrote: As of the time I am writing this review, there are two main problems that teenagers are facing: questioning their sexuality and the feelings of depression. From what I have seen in my almost eighteen years of life, it is quite sad a depressing to think about those that are left alone, isolated from the world because they feel that no one understands them, that no one can be their for them. If a teenager is questioning his sexuality, then he/ she feels even more alone if the parents try to tell him that he is just confused, doesn(TM)t know what it is that he/ she is talking about. So, what do people do when they feel like they are not wanted? They either tend to get depressed and/or suicidal or find others like them so that they don(TM)t feel alone. Suicide Room is a film that handles these themes and offers one of the most bleak looks into the life of a homosexual teenager that is stuck in a world where he is not wanted and the addiction to a false reality that consumes him.Dommink was, at first, like any other teenager: friends, popularity, parents, name it. His parents are always working, so there is that huge wall that separates them and to make him feel loved, he is allowed to get everything he has ever wanted. Thus creating a spoiled brat. Now, go to his school(TM)s prom set one hundred days before their final exams. While having a few drinks and smoking a bit, he does this dare in which he has to make out with one of his friends. However, while doing so, he starts to realize that he is actually gay. And once footage of the two of them kissing hit(TM)s the internet, it is safe to say that all hell breaks wide open in his mind as he starts this downward spiral of hatred and isolation. His parents? Don(TM)t care. His friends? Rejected him. Alone and confused, he learns of a game called ~Suicide Room(TM) where there are teenagers like him that are wanting an escape. The rest of the film only gets darker and darker from that point on.One thing about the film in general that I must applaud on is how serious and bleak director Jan Komasa takes the material. From viewing this film, it is clear that he does have a deep understanding of the themes, knows how serious the situations are, and is never afraid to show how things really are. As a bisexual teenager and someone who knows people that are beyond similar to Dommink, regardless if it is with sexuality and/or internet addiction, this is heavily appreciated. He is not afraid to show how teenagers are treated in today(TM)s society and this is something that the world needs to see.Now, for Jakub Gierszal(TM)s performance in this film as Dommink, I am pretty much glad to say that he does his job well and with dignity with a touch of realism. I personally feel that he captures the mental mindset of how teenagers work in these situations and presents a clear picture of all of this. Being the first time I have seen him perform, I am beyond thrilled by this performance. I don(TM)t really have much to say other then: this is probably one of the most important films in recent years that involves teenagers. Films rarely touch down into this dark of subject matter (teenage isolation and insanity), and for a film that also adds the themes of sexuality confusion and addiction, this film just captures it all perfectly.
(ru) wrote: It was a funny film and I simply wanted to see Barbara Mori after she finished her show of Rubi, wasn't as good as I wanted it to be but it wasn't boring either.
(ru) wrote: interesting depiction of life in a very stark environment
(au) wrote: Hysterically awful... it takes the basic premise of the original film (people go into the woods with cameras and stuff happens) and adds the MTV era horror movie over produced gloss. Its badly acted, badly written, it makes NO sense, it adds absolutely nothing at all to the Blair Witch mythos and actively goes out of it way to discredit the legacy of the original film... One of the funniest films ever.
(gb) wrote: this movie is fnuny enough.
(kr) wrote: Worth finding and watching!
(ru) wrote: Not that great of a film. Talented actors, but it's just not worth seeing.
(es) wrote: Another dark eighties comedy, TerrorVision is about a family who gets a new satellite system installed that randomly picks up a signal from another planet that transfers an alien wih an insatiable eating disorder into their home. You have the parents and their wild swinging habits played by Gerrit Graham and Mary Woronov, the hyper-active son (Chad Allen) and Cyndi Lauper-like daughter (Diane Franklin) with her dopey metalhead boyfriend (Jon Gries), and their lizard-obsessed grandfather (Bert Remsen). There's also a busty TV host named Medusa (Jennifer Richards) that the son calls on for help with the alien. I've always been a sucker for cheesy horror eighties films such as this and I'm happy that finally it's going to see a DVD release sometime next year. For now, Netflix is the place to watch it and I suggest you do so, or you can go back to your 3-D wonderland of cinema.
(de) wrote: On first viewing I didn't know what to make of it but the more times I see it the better it gets. Character thriller that takes its time but tells its tale well and you can never go wrong with Jason Miller.
(au) wrote: A satisfying follow-up to the original. Listen closely for those one liners.
(fr) wrote: Man oh man, it's not easy keeping alla world's nutcase reactionary knuckleheads under our protective thumb but, thanks to our boys and girls out of Langley, Virginia, whirred peas is a dish served throughout the whole wide world. Redford plays the administrative guy, dealing with smug policy hacks threats in the store, while Pitt is our boy in the field facing the usual gun-toting variety. Tony Scott films one scene in this CIA love lettet nonsensically revolving around an outdoor, roof of-some-overseas-building exchange. "What was that all about," I wondered.
(br) wrote: why doesn't any critic, point out the most ridiculous part of this film? in part 2. Daniel, fights for his life! against a master. in 3, he is scarred, just because he's taking a beating in his tournament defense? painfully stupid.
(au) wrote: schumacher won't make a better film