Edgar G. Ulmer - The Man Off-screen

Edgar G. Ulmer - The Man Off-screen

A documentary about the "King of B-Movies", Edgar G. Ulmer. It includes interviews with well-known filmmakers Roger Corman, Peter Bogdanovich, Wim Wenders, Joe Dante, and Ulmers's daughter, Arianne Ulmer.

A documentary about the "King of B-Movies", Edgar G. Ulmer. It includes interviews with well-known filmmakers Roger Corman, Peter Bogdanovich, Wim Wenders, Joe Dante, and Ulmers's daughter, Arianne Ulmer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Emily S (es) wrote: I don't even know why I love it so much.

Hani H (ca) wrote: I really do not know what John Cusack would do these movies. it has really good potential with Malin Akerman but it lacked the real sense of thrill.

Philip G (jp) wrote: this movie is poison, Regan was an actor and puppet of the super rich! Some people need help, the countries that are closer to a socialisation have the best schools health care and over all better lives for their people!

Ted R (it) wrote: I thought this movie had a chance to be good, but I didn't think it would be great. It's not perfect, mind blowing, or genre changing, but it is just good. Good in the sense that the actors play their parts very well. Good in the sense that the plot, camera work, and script work well together. Good in the sense that it has a moral message. I'm not Catholic, but I am Evangelical. But the movie doesn't shy away from the issues and problems facing the Catholic church: dwindling congregations, homosexuality, view of women, and the church government. However, that is not the main thrust of the movie. It's about a Priest seeking to save a woman. Pure and simple. It's a simple story, but still amazing. Now a few things bugged me. The music was ok, but just didn't fit at times with the moment or the edit. That's the other thing that bothered me. The editing didn't seem great. Also the script was awkward at times. It felt indie at times, but actually still came off very very well. Those music, editing and script issues were very minor and rarely took away from the movie. I highly recommend it and it also led me to a great musician who sang through the credits: Abigail Washburn.

Tim G (ca) wrote: Lazy acting from Stephen Baldwin, lacklustre plot, and William B. Davis! I correctly guessed this was filmed near Vancouver.

Lyndon G (fr) wrote: The photography in this movie is what I like more than anything else. It is possible that I'm biased by having been to Istanbul and various places in Turkey and having found Istanbul the most fascinating. No, the movie is also romantic in a sense--making small-scale lives seem magnified, the way they are in reality.

Grant K (ru) wrote: A totally stupid, inane "horror" thriller marred by boring shots, bad acting, and a completely boring script.

Thomas D (ru) wrote: WTF this is a 5.... i love this movie its inspiring.... it dont come on no more tho so it pisses me off...