The true story of Elvis' first fiancee, June Juanico. This documentary featuries the oldest home movie of Elvis in a private setting...on vacation in Biloxi, Mississippi with June in the summer of 1956. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Elvis & June: A Love Story
The true story of Elvis' first fiancee, June Juanico. This documentary featuries the oldest home movie of Elvis in a private setting...on vacation in Biloxi, Mississippi with June in the summer of 1956.
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Des S (jp) wrote: This movie definitely gave me the creeps, but I didn't enjoy much else about it. The acting wasn't good at all, and the storyline was lacking.
David J (ru) wrote: Totally creepy, totally unique, and totally awesome!
Laurie S (gb) wrote: wickedly funny. I really enjoyed this film, there are some serious parts however which were quite sad but overall funny.
Paul C (us) wrote: It was alright, still jonesin' for a Robotech fix.
Shawn W (ag) wrote: Any movie where Clint Howard runs around with heads on sticks and puts on a puppet show with them at least deserves an A for effort.
Renee L (au) wrote: Slow and yes very sterio tipical but I still think it is worth watching. Ofcourse I think that all lesbian films should be seen atleast once.
Sue B (es) wrote: A sadly much-overlooked movie which is actually quite a good psychological thriller. Finally an anthopologist as a lead charactor! Keep an eye out for the appearance of Adam Ant!
Thomas M (ca) wrote: Samurai movies struggle to improve on this story. The stakes never drop and each actor contains worlds of expression. My only (ONLY) nitpick is that the action choreography is not convincing for the level of buildup that goes into it; nonetheless, this is a gorgeous and masterfully told story that has multiple lessons embedded about authority and honor.
Mike W (nl) wrote: Funny golf movie. Instant classic!
Grant T (ag) wrote: An effective thriller from Stephen king split into three stories
Chris K (ca) wrote: Critics today desire and encourage originality and tend to "despise" the generic and formulaic movies; however, they reward the cliche ones with decent reviews and pan the weird ones for being too expressive or indie. This film embodies everything I could possibly want in a modern film. Exploding with uniqueness and originality, critics who give this film a negative review either dislike complex plots, get caught up in what they think the movies should be, or are simply confused. There should be no lack of original films like these, and I embrace and encourage the creativity.
Stephen S (au) wrote: Absolutely dreadful. Whereas the first film, as fucked up as it may be, at least had a direction and a purpose of some kind, this film has nothing. No discernible message or point to it. The main character just rants about everything for like an hour and then blows up a building. It's fucking stupid. And it's not even directed at the American government, or politicians, as the film's title and description would have you believe. At least that's a purpose. The character talks like a fucking madman (what argument is being made here), and even shoots a hostage at one point because she practices yoga. Everyone knows that Uwe Boll makes awful films, but this one takes the fucking cake. What a piece of shit.
Robert W (nl) wrote: Even though WWE/McMahon is going upriver against the media giants with endeavors like this, they need to keep trying. These WWE movies aren't half bad and are the closest thing to classic Van Damme type movies we've got nowadays. Not the greatest movie, but not bad... kind of like an entertaining Sci-Fi Channel original you can't seem to turn off at 3am