Hit So Hard
A documentary that follows Hole drummer Patty Schemel as she struggles with fame and addiction.
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Jos M (de) wrote: Documental sobre el caso de Schapelle Corby , fue culpable? nos deja con muchas preguntas que quizas nunca sabremos.
Christopher N (gb) wrote: Avoid at all costs, for your own sake
Josef b (ru) wrote: Nice and funny movie
Michael T (es) wrote: For aficianados of the series.
Cindy V (ru) wrote: Pretty stupid film that I can't believe John Hurt would be a part of.
David B (fr) wrote: As a Writer & a Political Scientist I have a deep appreciation for this film. One of the best political satires I have ever seen. Allen leading the revolution against the Fascists is very funny. It takes a lot of talent to take serious material & bring levity to it within the comedic nature of a fictional "Banana Republic". Allen does that very well here. In fact he kills it. I also liked the idea that even though Allen is a political liberal & probably a socialist in reality; he criticizes the more radical elements of socialism. He shows that these supposed liberal dictators are basically left-wing fascists & want to control the masses rather than help them achieve a utopia. This film will make you laugh. It is a must see for the lover of political satire & one of Allen's best films.
Dave R (us) wrote: guess what? only 5 come back - surprise... but this is an entertaining movie nevertheless. for me it was the first and only time i've seen lucille ball in a dramatic role! the running time is just over an hour so the story isn't really dragged out. it reminded me of the tv show LOST for some reason...
Kevin R (au) wrote: My brain is never wrong Harry Palmer is trying to bow out of the spy business and stay out of the war against communism. Harry gets forced back into business and quickly finds himself thrust into Finland as a British spy trying to hide his identity with a friend who has found a new love of his life. Can Harry and his friend halt the Russians plans? ?Perhaps you aught to take me to your leader.? Ken Russell, director of Dog Boys, The Mystery of Dr. Martinu, Road to Mandalay, Gothic, The Rainbow, Tommy, and The Portrait of a Goon, delivers Billion Dollar Brain. The storyline for this picture is boring and slow. The action scenes are mediocre but the settings are remarkable. The cast delivers solid performances and includes Michael Caine, Karl Malden, and Ed Begley. ?They are a bunch of nut cases and criminals.? This film was not what I had hoped. I was not sure what we would see based on the title, but the last thing I thought I would be watching was a 1960s spy picture about communism. Oh well. This film, as you may anticipate, is a bit boring and disappointing. I recommend skipping this picture. ?Welcome to Finland!? Grade: C
V M (es) wrote: This was not exactly what I expected. Christian undertones, but not a good movie for the whole family. The story was a little twisted. Not exactly an inspiring story or entertaining enough to keep my interest. I left the theater feeling unresolved. Not a good message of hope.
Paul D (us) wrote: An abrupt critic of power and influence in both micro and macro organisations.
Peter N (ca) wrote: Underated gem of a movie... amzing to think this was made when the war was still raging.... even if the battle scene looks more like it was filmed in Wiltshire than North Africa. Great acting shows how ordinary civilians, most of whom don't like the army, are turned into a fighting force. Includes William Hartnell, the first Dr Who, and a blink and you'll miss it appearance by Trevor Howard.
Tony R (ru) wrote: Has to be seen to be described. If you like Everest, you will love this equally true story.
Private U (de) wrote: Excellent period piece set in turn of the century Nigeria. Sensitive performances, sympathetic cinematography and a tight, well moulded and beautifully written script delivers Pierce Brosnan's best film. The ending is just too sad, though!