I Am Secretly an Important Man
'I Am Secretly an Important Man' is a portrait of writer and poet Steven J. Bernstein (aka Jesse Bernstein), one of Seattle's most celebrated and troubled voices. His angry, surprisingly fresh, lyrical writings are about sensitive souls, drifters and drug addicts, people alienated by a society that refuses to understand them. Bernstein was an integral part of the legendary Seattle rock scene of the late 80's and early 90s, and in 1991 was dubbed the 'Godfather of Grunge' by the British magazine THE INDEPENDENT. Written by Anonymous
'I Am Secretly an Important Man' is a portrait of writer and poet Steven J. Bernstein (aka Jesse Bernstein), one of Seattle's most celebrated and troubled voices. His angry, surprisingly ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
I Am Secretly an Important Man torrent reviews
(de) wrote: A fascinating documentary about Shep Gordon with some great interviews from the stage and screen
(ag) wrote: B class with little funny plots~
(es) wrote: truly a remarkable film!
(nl) wrote: Its a good movie, this remake is worthy one.
(kr) wrote: Tremendous film! See this movie , please
(ag) wrote: its has a good cast story and writing but most of the story takes place in the city
(mx) wrote: Actally wasn't too bad
(ag) wrote: A 2005 French film currently having the typical American remake and due for release in 2011, it is also akin to Johnnie Depps "The Tourist". I really enjoyed this Hitchcockian thriller, where the story is most important and the acting albeit top notch from the gorgeous Sophie Marceau and Yvan Attal, and the wonderful scenery combine to make an enjoyable film. I can see why a lot of people have given this a negative vote, as when I say it is Hitchcockian in style, I also mean that it is rather 1950's feel as well, the leading actors use a lot a facial nuances, there is no gore (but the sound effects especially the guns are excellent) and the injuries sustained by the actors seem real enough for me. The bad news is that you are unlikely to see it anywhere as the film is now very rare on the DVD market on both sides of the Atlantic, but if you can find it online it is well worth a watch!
(kr) wrote: Very interesting movie I had never heard of. Orlando Bloom actually acted well. I felt I needed more of an ending though. Bill Paxton, Zoe Saldana, Orlando Bloom...not a bad cast either.
(jp) wrote: Every episode has his own style, original and funny.
(ag) wrote: Solid actioner with Bronson playing newspaper reporter out to find out the truth about a murder of a pseudo religous cult leader that murdered and continues to murder. Good action and great old time actors (John McIntrye,Jeff Corey) bring to story to good heights.
(ca) wrote: Pixar' best and would be surprised to ever see it beaten!
(nl) wrote: This movie was adorable!
(br) wrote: Une comedie desopilante qui repose en grande partie sur le talent de Gene Wilder et Donald Sutherland... J'adore galement Orson Welles en narrateur et la fin completement absurde.
(jp) wrote: 10 out of 10:Scary, powerfully directed, perfectly acted, and well written, Psycho proves to be Hitchcock's masterpiece.
(ru) wrote: Released to a rather savage reception back in 1939, even being banned in its homeland for its potentially ill effects on the contemporary youth. Over time it has grown into a classic, with seemingly every modern critic showering it with praise. Well, call me a stick in the mud, but it didn't work for me at all. I mean it REALLY didn't work. I understand its message: The upper class are amoral and contemptuous of those lower than them, and will do whatever they want with a devil-may-care attitude and to Hell with the consequences. I can see why it was so vilified by those it was taking a swipe at, because sometimes its peoples inability to understand a films themes that make it so hated. But what I really couldn't stand was the movies delivery. It has the non-stop, rambling dialogue often associated with 'classic' movies, and is completely unrelenting in throwing it at the audience. There's almost no moments of quiet when the film can breathe, it's all fast-paced, often benign chattering or loud music assaulting our ears at all times. None of the dialogue is very funny or even particularly insightful, and instead of scenes which subtly reveal the flaws and hypocrisies of the characters, we get loud, annoying, never-ending sequences of farce. Watching the majority of this film is like being forced to endure a Laurel & Hardy episode with the volume turned up full and the speakers positioned directly beside your head. All I felt by the end of this movie was tiredness and frustration. I'd learned nothing, got to know none of the characters, and was in almost total agreement with the critics who slammed it over 50 years ago. Near the end of the movie one of the characters turns to a friend and mentions 'putting an end to this farce', and I couldn't prevent myself from yelling 'PLEASE!'
(ca) wrote: LOL did we watch this in yr 9?????
(kr) wrote: I don't care! I really enjoyed two very loveable leads in a very thin sci-fi noir.
(au) wrote: Another nice movie from New Zealand. I thought it was a bit too long but the locations of the film are really beautiful and also the acting of the overall cast is very good. Worth watching if you like good drama's.
(nl) wrote: "Tora! Tora! Tora!" is really a far better movie than it has the right to be. The film slacks on character development and personal narratives, instead focusing on narrating the events surrounding the date which will live in infamy. Thankfully, the events themselves are so fascinating, and the way they are filmed done so magnificently well, that the lack of dynamic characterization doesn't hurt the film too terribly much. Interestingly, though, the choice to split the directorship of the film yields both weaknesses and strengths. First, the weakness: the American crew is far less adept at adapting its pre-battle material, using average cinematography and a script that flies all over the place, giving us the big picture but failing to deliver on compelling characters. The Japanese crew, on the other hand, does a phenomenal job, and with a much tighter focus on the Japanese planning, the character of Yamamoto (So Yamamura is perfect for this role) takes on an intriguing air of nobility and mystery that sustains interest through a first act that slips dangerously close to pure, uninteresting exposition. The Japanese scenes are filmed with unique, clearly defined and well structured shots, and the pre-attack flight is unsettling: the sympathetic portrayal of the Japanese lends some narrative depth, provoking the ominous sense that we are witnessing a great but naive generation seal their fates as they join with the rising sun. The final act, concentrating on the battle itself, is stunningly filmed, with aerial combat sequences rivaling "Battle of Britain" in their intensity and construction. Once again, the case is made well for practical effects. Though certainly flawed, "Tora Tora Tora" still proves a far better portrayal of events than Michael Bay's jilted and uneven "Pearl Harbor". Though we miss any sense of personal melodrama and narrative in this 1970 telling, it isn't hard to grasp that no such narrative is definitely an improvement over Bay's overriding of the central historical event.