EDC 2013: Under the Electric Sky

EDC 2013: Under the Electric Sky

Beginning in 1997 with a few thousand revelers in Los Angeles, the Electric Daisy Carnival has become the largest dance music event in North America. Known for its over the top displays of ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:85 minutes
  • Release:2014
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
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Joey S (fr) wrote: I recieved this as a gift on VHS a few years back and was just caught up in it from start to finish. John Wayne and all those boys as cowhands, wow!

Eric B (it) wrote: "The Man Who Loved Women" is an engaging, easy-to-watch story, but if you're a film buff looking for bold hallmarks of the French New Wave, you won't find much. Really, the only deviant touch is one self-reflexive scene in which some book publishers discuss the autobiography which the protagonist has submitted. It's as if the film's script is already being critiqued within itself. Otherwise, the plot structure involves flashback and is somewhat episodic, but this is simply the best way to tell the tale rather than an aggressive "challenge" to the viewer. So, your best bet is to take off your scholar's robes and just *enjoy* this gentle, bittersweet fable of an unlikely, not-so-dashing womanizer who wins all hearts through sheer sincerity and persistence. One advisory: There is not nearly as much titillation as one might expect, given the subject matter.

Neeny T (mx) wrote: Caught it at the roxy monday night...so good, so good.

Gbor G (br) wrote: Good concept, execution is sometimes a bit rough on the edges.

David F (ag) wrote: By no means brilliant, but a good farcical romp with Jack Whitehall playing almost the same character that he did in the comedy series Fresh Meat. Like a Dan Brown novel, every seemingly pointless detail emerges as a plot point later on.