Eat the Rich
Alex is a disgruntled waiter at a snobby exclusive restaurant who falls on hard times. Forced to deal with the contempt and disgust of the upper class, Alex & cohorts attempt to go on a rampage. Meanwhile, General Karprov and Spider plot to involve the inept anarchists into their plans to derail the prime-minister-to-be's campaign.
- Stars:Kevin Allen, Ronald Allen, Dave Beard, Rowena Bently, Angie Bowie, Simon Brint, Rene Bruchet, Les Bubb, Kathy Burke, Katrin Cartlidge, Robert Carwithen, Sean Chapman, Robbie Coltrane, Miles A. Copeland III, Hugh Cornwell,
- Director:Peter Richardson,
- Writer:Peter Richardson, Pete Richens
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Eat the Rich torrent reviews
(de) wrote: cute little love story... even for FPJ.
(us) wrote: Yeah this is a very interesting documentary film with a theory on Biggie and Tupac's unfortunate end that will shock audiences. It shows that there was more than a war of words between the rappers and that Death Row Records owner Suge Knight is a very dangerous man. The film shows how corrupt many of LA's police are and how many of the people close to Biggie and Tupac are scared for their lives about the truth coming out. Although credibility to the withnesses is something I'm sceptical on personal, the theory doesn't have that many loose ends. Nick Broomfield did a good job with this documentary when putting together the footage of both rappers early careers and there was some really cool talking heads from those close to the rappers. However Broomfield's style wasn't something I particularly warmed to. I thought his interview technique was a bit shoddy and reminded me of a poor version of Louis Theroux and there was a lot of segments that were unneccessary to the flow of the documentary that only showed the documentary making process such as when his sound faulters. I think it was a well put together documentary on the whole but had a few faults that were a bit off putting. I think done by another documentary filmmaker and I'd have seen a better film.
(kr) wrote: Cube has an interesting premise and atmosphere, it tries to showcase human despair and barbarity at its climax, but the whole movie is just irritating with its ridiculous performances (especially Maurice Dean Wint nearly comical portray of the leader in the cube) and dull dialogue.
(de) wrote: Low-budget, goofy fun. Better than "Conan the Destroyer." I do wish they would have kept this film as a "Conan" sequel, though. It definitely would have tied up the Conan franchise well enough.
(mx) wrote: I might have actually enjoyed this movie if I were a younger, more patient man. As it happens though, I watched it after I'd imbibed too much wine and I didn't understand a thing. It didn't make any sense to me at all? and it was boring. And stupid. Overall, this one was painful to watch.
(it) wrote: If you have not seen it, stop wasting time reading this and go watch it!
(mx) wrote: This is such a chick flick. It makes the Notebook look like Die Hard. It's also quite good, however. Sure, it's incredibly melodramatic, but what Bette Davis makes it all work, giving one of the finer performances I've seen. I just have one beef with her performance: there's this one scene where Humphrey Bogart comes onto her, and not only do her clothes not immediately fly off, but she actually turns him down. That's just not realistic at all, and really hurt my suspension of disbelief. Other than that, a fine movie.
(au) wrote: ONE OF THE BEST MOVIES I'VE EVER SEEN
(de) wrote: neither bad nor impressive