Groupies bleiben nicht zum Frühstück

Groupies bleiben nicht zum Frühstück

Lila, a girl who returns to Berlin after being abroad for a year, meets Chris. She falls in love with him, but what she doesn't know is that Chris is a famous rock star with many fans chasing him around, including her little sister.

Lila, a girl who returns to Berlin after being abroad for a year, meets Chris. She falls in love with him, but what she doesn't know is that Chris is a famous rock star with many fans chasing him around, including her little sister. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Rafaella F (it) wrote: it looks interesting

Gaspar O (jp) wrote: Oh my, what does one say about Pig Hunt? Let's start with the song, Booneville Stomp, from Les Claypool. I love the song, but I love even more the way they inserted bits of it throughout the film to set the mood. Well done. This film started very slow, and I fell asleep the first time I tried to watch it. I went back for another go and I'm glad I did. We've got pig heads, we've got human heads, we've got boobies and we've got blood and guts and bones all over the place. There's a lot going on. We have the hillbillies hell bent on revenge, trying to kill the city folk, we have the hippies trying to feed the city folk to a giant wild boar, we've got the city folk killing the hillbillies and the hippies to survive, and sadly, everyone's so busy killing everyone else, no one paid any attention to the glorious marijuana crop. For what I would consider a member of the "bad horror" genre, this was actually quite pleasantly gruesome and entertaining after the boring start.

AndrClaude L (ca) wrote: Fun and blood and cartoon-ish characters, what's not to like? I have to say I was a little freaked out, with De Niro's character turning out to what Donald Trump is becoming ... #politicalcomment

Steve O (nl) wrote: Nicely done movie on a tough subject.

Begoa N (de) wrote: flojucha, pero Cary Elwes est muy divertido.

Ahmed M (br) wrote: Though it may be entertaining, funny at moments but it relies on a muddled plot. If you want to eat popcorn, turn off your brain and watch the movie, you'll enjoy it.

Evan F (au) wrote: A promising premise evolves into a Seven rip-off with stupid twists and boring acting. The only special thing is how the title of the movie is a mystery that is later solved. Too bad the answer is dumb.

Scott W (es) wrote: loved this movie, grew up watchin alot

Brad S (br) wrote: I am a big fan of Nick Cave and found this documentary fascinating. It is pretentious at times, but Cave is candid, it's well shot, and it's quite interesting. A must for Nick Cave fans, and i think music fans will enjoy it.

Andrius R (kr) wrote: Per usual, i'm gonna divide my review into 5 parts i will talk about: Directing, Cinematography,Writing,Score and finally Acting.Directing - Is really impressive, but for me it was the weakest part of the film, even though i think this movie is a masterpiece. Roman Polanski did phenomenal job directing, and even was good at acting. The director managed to get all of the actors to be on the same page. You could see that Polanski did put some work into directing. But on times scenes seem to be purely driven, by Nicholsons acting, and star power. All in all, still a solid directing job. I would rate it 16/20.Cinematography - Even considering, that the film is quite old, and cinematographers didn't have all the modern equipment, job was done to perfection. John A. Alonzo managed to achieve marvelous work. Even though the film was filmed in sunny California, you can still fill the film noir atmosphere. There were few really impressive shots which you don't come across very often nowadays. Including mirror shots, that give viewer the illusion of following someone, and the other worthy mention is shot of chase in the lemon fields. The last really adds to intensity and made me wanting for the shot to be longer. A worthy Oscar nominee. I would rate it 20/20Writing - An amazing story, with even more amazing characters. Story develops it self beautifully, and it seems like Gittes is always in front of the action. The story doesn't force itself on the viewer. Script paces itself perfectly although at the very end it felt a bit rushed and jumped straight to the very conclusion. I would rate it 20/20Score - The score was amazing. Some of the tracks hit the perfect spots and gave me the goosebumps. Textbook film noir soundtrack, that really adds up to the whole movie vibe. I would rate it 20/20Acting - Was phenomenal Jack Nicholson was a true powerhouse in this movie and fit the role perfectly. His acting seem effortless and charismatic. All of the actors had this mystery shroud around them. And seemed they were hiding their true intentions. Actors chemistry was very mesmerizing to watch, because it seemed like every actor was pushing not only his own performance, but the colleagues as well. Even though through out the movie extras don't get a lot of screen time, you can definitely feel their presence in the movie. I would rate it 20/20.All in all, this movie is a truly masterpiece, a modern jewel of film noir. Worthy of being in the study program for any film school. Finally i would rate this movie 96/100. 1712. Alameda.

Steve D (es) wrote: As a red sox lover I am not the one to ask but but I thought it was a lot of fun

Kurt B (au) wrote: Solid enough for an action film, but Rourke should become a pensioner.

Galvy F (ru) wrote: When we don't know what treasures we will unearth and discover, that brings a new chapter in our lives full of life, love and memories we keep on beyond life.

Simon P (de) wrote: Strong sequel continuing Carlton Leach's story after the Rettendon Range Rover killings.

Harry W (au) wrote: The Seven-Ups has a confusing intro because it doesn't solidify an understanding of the characters, as in who they are or what they have meaning to. It can only be assumed that Roy Scheider is portraying the protagonist, but how you can identify that otherwise is unanswerable.The Seven-Ups never truly makes it clear just what is going on, but whatever is seemingly happening is boring and not explored well enough for it to be a good film, but rather a half-assed rehash of The French Connection which is so literally half assed that it borrows Roy Scheider from the film and puts him in a lead role in an attempt to capitalise on his Academy Award nominated success. Although his performance was great and he stepped up to the lead role fearlessly, the film itself isn't good enough to be one that features him in it, and frankly aside from him The Seven-Ups can only boast some decent brief actions scenes and a cool chase scene. Unfortunately, by todays standards its not worth sitting through an entire film for this little, and unless you're a die hard fan of Philip D'Antoni's car chases or Roy Scheider's work as an actor, then The Seven-Ups isn't hard to walk awat from.