Explores and examines the world of ventriloquism through clips, photos and interviews with many of the greatest vents from today and yesterday, illustrating that this perceived novelty act is truly an extraordinary art form. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
I'm No Dummy
Explores and examines the world of ventriloquism through clips, photos and interviews with many of the greatest vents from today and yesterday, illustrating that this perceived novelty act is truly an extraordinary art form.
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David B (de) wrote: Quirky, beautifully shot, iridescent, delightful, charming. A wonderful film. Every shot is stunningly composed.
Mohammed A (kr) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Geri B (it) wrote: Can't wait to see this....
Damjan R (us) wrote: In the pantheon of anti-war, anti-military & pro-humanity films, 'Tigerland' belongs in the second tier, only because of some storytelling choices. It's narrower focus wears thin on the viewer and when repetition rears its ugly head the film's overall power loses intensity. The characters are interesting, but again, the story familiarity is their detriment. Schumacher's visual style brings us in, and Matthew Libatique brings us in even closer with his washed out and grainy shots. When it's dynamic it burns with the right passion and fire, but it does lose strength towards the end. None the less, it's still recommended viewing, just not of the highest priority.
Scott C (mx) wrote: They didn't make enough of a meal out of the concept...probably due to budget constraints. Jean-Claude Van Damme had so much potential to be a mega star, along the lines of Arnold Schwarzenegger, but he must have had a bad agent or something, because he wound up in turkey after turkey.
The Movie C (au) wrote: I wish this film was never made -_-
Brian K (kr) wrote: Surprisingly entertaining; Masters of the Universe is ultimately undone by a very cheesy script and story.
Ryan V (mx) wrote: The budget for the series hits a low, and it shows at times. But it is nice to see a return to the post-apocalyptic setting. As far as fifth films go for a series, it still does a respectable job. And as usual, Roddy McDowall is in good form. John Huston plays the previously only mentioned Lawgiver, Natalie Trundy returns as Caesar's mate, and Severn Darden chews the scenery as a mutated human bad guy. The movie toys with the interesting concept of whether or not the future that Caesar's parents came from can be altered or not. This Apes outing also has the distinction of being the only one in the series to end on somewhat of a hopeful note. This one gets a bad wrap from most critics and audiences, which is a shame. It's a pretty good end to the Apes series proper. And it's head and shoulders above what Tim Burton had in mind for the early 2000s Planet of the Apes.
Nilufar M (kr) wrote: one of Russ Meyer's best.
Kevin M W (de) wrote: A film worthy enough to have Steve Buscemi as a romantic lead! Didn't see THAT coming. Thora Birch and Scarlett Johansson nail it as too nominally self-aware babes in an all but oblivious world, it shivers me timbers! See it.