Hey! Is Dee Dee Home?

Hey! Is Dee Dee Home?

This program features Lech Kowalski's 2003 documentary feature about the life and times of Ramones bassist and all-star burn out, Dee Dee Ramone (1952-2002). Dee Dee's life is a fascinating...

This program features Lech Kowalski's 2003 documentary feature about the life and times of Ramones bassist and all-star burn out, Dee Dee Ramone (1952-2002). Dee Dee's life is a fascinating... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Justin S (ca) wrote: Bad casting, nerd from avp and fat black bitch from alligeant. If everyone is starving, why is she so fucking fat. Cool to see different rails, ends with him realizing everything was orchestrated to eliminate the population

Cynthia S (mx) wrote: Very nice. Very well done. Not too over-the-top (and some can be) Bollywood film. Heartwarming. Sweet...and very long. Worth the time, though. Kudos!

Pawel B (fr) wrote: You will not be able to go there alone, you will not find such pictures in the catalogues of the tourist office - a fascinating insight into poverty, violence and politics.

Yannick D (us) wrote: At the end of the day, while there really isn't anything remarkable going on other than a notably stupid narrative, the adventure stuff is serviceably entertaining.

charles b (it) wrote: ...the second part of a riveting story that defines craftsmanship in filmmaking and defines what it means to deliver an epic.

Tess (de) wrote: I really enjoyed this snow white version, after seeing some hollywood versions, it feels more like the Grimm Brother's fairy tale...

Alexander Z (ca) wrote: An action cliche. If you like 80s action, you really can't go wrong with this.

Nate T (kr) wrote: One of Lewis' more mature themed film is a sex-farce at its base level, but the cast elevates it to inspired hights! On Blu-ray.

Petros T (ru) wrote: Two thumbs up for this classic western that features a unique performance by Franco Nero, one of the greatest soundtracks ever, lots of cult action, almost no cliches at all and two of the most moving scenes in film history. For me, the most important role of cinema is to speak with emotions, to play with feelings, to awaken memories. Sometimes it's hard to describe and justify your feelings about a film. So why I liked "Keoma" very much? For many reasons. Some of them mentioned above. But mainly just because.

Benjamin O (us) wrote: Adulterated choreography.

Jacob D (ca) wrote: Not any where near as good as the first one, sorry Johnny.

Alex S (jp) wrote: Such a strange movie, with a plotline and storyline that were a little difficult to follow. My favourite part is with the ship's captain and the crewman who are both hilarious. Other than that, I really didn't care for the movie.

Adelina T (us) wrote: Wow this movie blew me away. I cant stop thinking about. I dont really know much about Sarah Jessica Parker so I had no idea she started her career at such a young age. She was very good and shes more talented than I thought she was. Im looking forward to watching this movie again, and the music was very fun to hear, I had my feet dancing through out the entire movie.