Grateful Dawg

Grateful Dawg

Jerry Garcia, legendary lead guitarist for the Grateful Dead and David Grisman, virtuoso mandolinist and founder of "Dawg" music… Now, for the first time ever, the musical matrimony and extraordinary friendship of Garcia and Grisman is traced in the award-winning documentary Grateful Dawg.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:81 minutes
  • Release:2000
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:cult music band,  

Details the deeply rooted musical friendship between Jerry Garcia and David Grisman. Includes live Garcia/Grisman performances as well as rare and unique personal moments from the studio, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kim M (jp) wrote: Zombies, insanity, and isolation. This little movie doesn't have much action, but it does have great atmosphere and some decent tension.

Mike C (au) wrote: take all the worst acting ever and put it into one film and you have The Perfect Wave. Very disappointing film spolit by very amateurish acting.

Hunter H (de) wrote: I love this romantic comedy it was hilarious and it was good to see Reese in comedy again she is excellent at it great film

Lasse K (nl) wrote: Funny? Not. And not nearly enough eye candy to compensate for it.

Jordan S (mx) wrote: Such a weird film...even for a video game film.

Ron N (fr) wrote: This was a funny camp movie.

Blais E (jp) wrote: One of my guilty pleasures, a laughably trite & childish softcore sex-romp, a more prurient version of Ringo Starr's later "Caveman". Typically trashy Italian goof-fest with tons of endless cartoonish action, and a basically non-existent plot, with a stream of mostly smutty vignettes haphazardly tied together. But the lovely Senta Berger is VERY easy on the eyes as she thankfully cavorts around near-nude in the skimpiest of animal pelts, making Raquel Welch in "One Million Years B.C." seem over-dressed!

Chris B (gb) wrote: The famous and extreme film that got Seijun Suzuki fired after it's release and nearly destroyed his career, now over 40 years since it's release the film is heralded as a classic from an auteur and is praised alongside such Directors as Fuller and Godard. I've seen Suzuki films and after viewing "Tokyo Drifter" a couple days ago (Which is also reviewed in my blog) I thought that his films couldn't push the envelope that much more but boy was I wrong! "Branded to Kill" is Suzuki at his most extreme of extremes! This film is of the same essence as "Tokyo Drifter" but fueled up and nearly dreamlike throughout the entire film with it's striking B&W cinematography and editing that is truly dreamlike and even humorous in it's progression of timing. The film is filled with both action and drama and some truly outrageous and simply strange scenes, most of which involve the main character Hanada Goro and his fetish for sniffing boiling rice. The film also plays out like a wonderful and surreal thriller in the ways of some of the assassinations as well as the various character's and their bizarre issues. All this said, If you are looking for something truly different and unique as well as a damn fine film filled with style to spare and created by a true film auteur, then this is one hell of a ride!

Namata P (es) wrote: Such a romantic film; I cried! And how hot was Marlon Brando back in the day?!

Andrew W (nl) wrote: Really interesting, but because it is slow and thoughtful doubt many people will like it. Has the same feel as Ex Machina, or Primer.

Aaron G (kr) wrote: I saw this at a party, which is probably the only way this was enjoyable.

Sarah L (us) wrote: Jim Carey is sexy as a vampire! But Lauren Hutton as the countess is a trainwreck! I would rather poke my eyes out with a fork than to watch that woman trying to be sexy.

Scott S (es) wrote: Penny Serenade (1941) -- [6.0] -- In this Depression-era weepy, Cary Grant and Irene Dunne act out the trials and tribulations of a young married couple who can??t have a child of their own. The movie is sweet during the first and second acts, as they begin the adoption process and come into custody of a baby girl. But the third act gets a little too maudlin for my taste. After tragedy strikes, the movie tries too hard for a happy ending that just comes off confounding. The highlight of the movie comes when Cary Grant is out of work and the court threatens to take the baby girl out of his and Irene??s care. Grant??s impassioned plea to the judge may be the most moving moment of his long and distinguished career.

Richard D (au) wrote: A fairly delightful, light-hearted film by Allen built around a technical gimmick that still looks pretty fantastic.