Director Josh Tickell takes us along for his 11 year journey around the world to find solutions to America's addiction to oil. A shrinking economy, a failing auto industry, rampant ...

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Bob V (nl)

Add to that the magisterial performance by Bogart and a strong showing of the supporting cast (not to mention an adorable dog, in effect 'played' by Bogart's own pet) and you have a movie that transcends its own genre, and preludes the transformation of it into the Film Noir genre, which Bogart would go on to rule undisputed. The villain with a heart of gold is no news to us of course, but in this genre it was unusual to say the least. It's probable that the reason this movie still slipped in despite the newly enforced Code, is the much layered character of Earle who is yes, a murderer and a thief, but also a kind human being. In any case, this would be the last movie for which he did not receive top billing, with the Maltese Falcon only just around the corner, and Casablanca & To Have and Have Not amongst others looming in the years ahead. This movie also set Bogart apart from his fellow gangster flick regulars at Warner's (they were dubbed Murderer's Row) and the story of how he got the part is legend in itself. The proverbial swan song of the gangster genre that dominated the box office during the 30's, but which after the new Production Code was pretty much doomed to disappear


Acting as part teacher, part playmate and part guardian angel, Bogus leads Albert--and eventually Harriet--through an enlightening experience of imagination and trust. As Albert and Harriet struggle to get used to each other, Harriet's world of reality is brought face-to-face with Albert's world of imagination. As if raising a newfound "son" isn't trying enough for the fiercely independent Harriet, Albert has brought along a friend--an imaginary one that no one else can see--a stupendous, gentle giant of a Frenchman named Bogus. But when his single mother is suddenly killed in a car accident, Albert is sent from Vegas to live with his mother's childhood best friend whom he never knew existed, Harriet Franklin, in the decidedly not fantastic city of Newark, New Jersey. Seven-year-old Albert was raised in a shiny world of sequins and show girls, surrounded by the fantasy of Las Vegas

DeMarkus H (fr)

1967 and in color cool . It's nice when older movies are actually good

Ed C (ru)

Screenplay: 10/10 Well-organised, well-presented, and rich in the level of information that it presents. Acting: z/10 Not really applicable here. I wish there had been more concert footage, but the exposition was too good to be omitted. Sound: 10/10 Seldom disappoints. The archival footage clips look like the eras they came from, but the current interviews looks sharp and well-produced. -----Scores----- Cinematography: 9/10 Nicely done. As Geddy said at one point, Rush is the world's most popular cult band. Up to the time the documentary was made, the band was going strong. In the 21st century, some of their fans from the seventies celebrate them: the makers of South Park and Steven Colbert, for instance. The band was rejuvenated, and traveled to places where they had ever been before, to large audiences. They recorded a new album; they went on the road again. When Neil returned, there was a period of getting his chops back. The band shutdown while Neil healed. He embarked on a long trip on motorcycle (55k miles). Around 1997, Neil's daughter died in an accident, and his wife passed from illness not too long after. Toward the end of the eighties, they switched producers again, and went back into being a 'power trio' again, but in the current context. As one of their industry admirers put it, there were different periods of Rush, and that is one of the things that makes them interesting. Some of their fans drifted away, many others did not. They trended toward shorter songs with less complexity, less bass, and more keyboard. In the eighties, the group switched producer and instruments toward synthesizers, electronic drumsets, and keyboards. Further, their music tends to be complex, yet still accessible. Neil was the principal lyricist, and his special talent seems to be reflecting his deep literacy in terms that just about anyone can understand. The band's character and their fans' characteristics are compared in lots of detail. Alex and Geddy were fine with that, but Neil was more of a private person and avoids interactions. Fan interaction rose strongly. Then the issue of dealing with fame started to come in. Their growth from getting their first radio play in Cleveland to being well-known was quite engaging; the first hour slipped by quickly, going from nowhere to the album Moving Pictures. Third, there are many archival clips of live performances of Rush. Second, there are interviews with family, handlers, and music industry associates. First, there are interviews done in contemporary time, with the three principals of Rush, and well-known musicians who admire them, or were influenced by them. ------------------------ The film takes a three-pronged approach. One line summary: Finely crafted documentary of the legendary Canadian rock group Rush

FilmGrinder S (ru)

Spike (Chad Lindberg). "When you chase the dragon you get burned, oh man do you get burned

Jason J (de)

Give it a go if you want and if you understand what all the symbolism in the movie is all about give me a shout but otherwise don't bother. In fact I wouldn't watch this again. A lot of people seem to praise this movie quite a bit but I'm afraid I'm not one of them. I can't fault the action scenes especially the final shootout either but the rest is nothing to write home about. Some parts of the movie are very stylish and look good. Perhaps that's what the director Seijun Suzuki wanted - I don't know? I like to watch a movie that I can understand but this one is too confusing by far. It's not his fault though, it's just the movie is too weird and incomprehensible to make any kind of sense. Chipmunk faced J Shisido plays the hitman Hanada and whilst I enjoyed his performance in My Colt Is My Passport, I certainly can't say the same about this movie as it's one big mess

Jason K (au)

Legit done, Foster follows up the Beaver w another great acting storyline film

Kenny N (us)

It's better off staying lost. It turned a profit at the box office, but promptly, like a sleepwalker, vanished without a trace. In the end, it's not so-bad-it's-good (like "Maximum Overdrive") it's so bad it's annoying. The film constantly wobbles back and forth between the two and succeeds less than 1/10th of the time. The humor is so eye-rolling awful it kills what little tension there is. The film tries to keep true to his spirit by adding humor to the horror, but it never works even once. (Cats! The only weakness of the sleepwalker!)Being a fan of King's work, I recognize his style underneath the surface: supernatural evils, innocence lost, something strange happening in suburbia, and the struggle of mankind to comprehend the inconceivable. ) Anyway, son, resembling the all-American boy, sets his site on a girl at his high school, but this little kitten is harder to catch than the others. please stay the hell away from me. . . If that gets you off. They share a supremely creepy incestual relationship (the movie has been called "sexy," but the only sex stuff going on is between Mom and Junior. Two of them, a Mother and son, move to a new town, like they often do, after they feed off the lifeforce of a virgin. The story is about a unique breed of vampire known as the Sleepwalker. But somehow the end product would make you believe that nobody involved in the film had a shred of talent, or that Stephen King was as bad an author as his detractors say he is. I'd call this the all-time worst adaptation of a Stephen King story, except unlike "Maximum Overdrive," King skipped publishing the story and committed it straight to film instead, with Mick Garris at the helm and a talented cast of actors to work with (including two exceptionally talented and gorgeous actresses, Alice Krige and Madchen Amick)