Goodbye, How Are You?

Goodbye, How Are You?

Jokes as a weapon of resistance: how satire sustains a beleaguered culture.

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Goodbye, How Are You? torrent reviews

Westleigh Q (ca) wrote: Start of Geoff John's epic New Krypton story arc, which is probably my favorite Superman storyline of all time. Although the ending of this film seems to indicate they might be going in a different direction, they do still strongly hint at a sequel. My question is why do all the best Superman storylines get stuck in the animated universe, and we have to suffer through things like Ben Affleck as Batman in live action? The world may never know.

Sage S (us) wrote: Cornfields are creepy. Hippies are creepy. Small towns with residents a la "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" are creepy. Add a sweet, little kid with an over-active imagination and a terrible home life, who, along with his grandparents, is menaced by something dark and unseen, and you have "The Fields." I really wasn't sure exactly what was happening in this movie, but it was disturbing nonetheless. Supposedly, the film is based on "actual events," which were experienced by the film's writer, Harrison Smith, and his family in the 1970s.

Camille M (es) wrote: bizarre mais totalement prenant.... une histoire sombre, une vie tragique mais racont (C)e sous une forme de com (C)die musicale fantaisiste aux couleurs irradiantes ....visuellement c'est un spectacle de chaque instant. un vrai message sur la vie et sur son "sens" et comment ce sens peut-tre interpr (C)t (C) diff (C)remment par chacun...

Abdulmalik A (kr) wrote: the best thing in your movie is a bunch of dead rodents.

lisa s (de) wrote: fascinating film about true revenge its a shame that the ptb can't do things similar now

Tyler J (jp) wrote: Funny But not as inappropriate as Like the first two the first two were usually the most inappropriate ones but this one wasn't that inappropriate this movie Is Kind of Bad But I don't know

David G (jp) wrote: This is the attempt of a director who's tried and given up on his career by making the most boring buddy cop film in history.

JonErik F (it) wrote: The book was a lot better.

Guillaume H (it) wrote: So Bad its almost good. But not quite. What a bunch of idiots. But the Atari score is rather fun. And that girls head exploding; Almost a relief.

Steve M (ru) wrote: Two brothers (Cord and Durant), one wanted for murder, are shipwrecked on an island inhabited only by women who collect and guard pearls for an international jewelry company. However, the women are also involved with a cult devoted to a shark god who hungers for sacrificial virgins. "She-Gods of Shark Reef" is one of the most disappointing movies I've ever seen. The first 15 or so minutes provide an abundance of promising set-ups, any one of which could have given rise to a decent horror movies and any combination of which could have been the foundation for a great horror movie. First, we have our heroes completely cut off from the surrounding world. Add to that the fact that the island they are stuck on is completely owned by "The Company", and that only "The Company provides transportation on and off the island. The there's Pua (Gerson), the creepy woman in charge of the pearl divers, someone who is obviously hiding secrets and whose primary motivation seems to be protecting the interest of "The Company" above all else, as well as hiding whatever secrets there may be on the island. And, finally, there's the fact that the women are a bunch of superstitious cultists who believe their well-being is tied to a mysterious shark god that prowls the waters beyond the pearl beds they dive at. Oh, and then there's the added bonus that shark-infested waters are scary all by themselves. But what does director Roger Corman and screenwriters Robert Hill and Victor Stoloff do with all this potential? Absolutely nothing, other than giving the "good brother" the opportunity to rescue a girl (Montell) from being a virgin sacrifice as part of a romantic plot in the film. The mysterious Company never comes into play, the creepy Pua turns out to be more of a nag than a serious threat to anyone, and the shark god angle is total dud. Heck, even the shark-infested waters aren't used to their potential, as characters blithely swim back and forth between the island the reef of the title. This film wastes all its potential, features a cast who might be okay if they had a decent script and perhaps stronger direction but who mostly seem lost here, and spends five or so minutes of its brief 63-minute running time on showing the island girls doing Hawaiian dances. (Not sure why the dance segment is there. Perhaps it's intended as a tourism PSA as an additional thank you to the government of Hawaii, which is acknowledged and thanked for assistance at the beginning of the beginning of the film, or maybe just a misfired attempt to inject some exoticness into the beautiful but somewhat bland setting of the film.) The only reason I'm not giving this film a 0-star rating is because it remains interesting for most of its running time. Even that misplaced Hawaiian dance routine isn't exactly boring, It could be it held my attention because I kept hoping some of its potential would pay off, but for all of its flaws and ultimately being a disappointment, but it kept me engaged. But it is a crime against lovers of cheesy movies that a great title like "She-Gods of Shark Reef" was wasted on such a crappy movie. The crime becomes even greater when one considers the original poster used to promote the film, shown in thumb-nail above.

Martin K (br) wrote: Ok. It's a bit cheesy, but cute. And Phillip Seymour Hoffman's performance is worth watching over and over because, well, he was a real genius. RIP.

Gunter V (nl) wrote: Solid genre movie, tightly written, amazingly shot, with fight scenes that in 1949 must have been the height of realism (and still look pretty good).