I Shot Andy Warhol
Based on the true story of Valerie Solanas who was a 1960s radical preaching hatred toward men in her "Scum" manifesto. She wrote a screenplay for a film that she wanted Andy Warhol to produce, but he continued to ignore her. So she shot him. This is Valerie's story.
- Stars:Lili Taylor, Jared Harris, Martha Plimpton, Lothaire Bluteau, Anna Levine, Peter Friedman, Tahnee Welch, Jamie Harrold, Donovan Leitch Jr., Michael Imperioli, Reg Rogers, Bill Sage, Jill Hennessy, Coco McPherson, Myriam Cyr,
- Country:UK, USA
- Director:Mary Harron,
- Writer:Jeremiah Newton (book), Diane Tucker (research), Mary Harron, Daniel Minahan
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I Shot Andy Warhol torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: All the actors are bad and the filming is done by an armature who can't even do simple basics of filming the directing is even worse and don't gotta say much about the editing since there is so many scenes that could & should have been cut from this, I guess they didn't want to make it shorter than the already short movie it was, but really has stuff that adds nothing to the worthless copycat script , yes it was vaguely familiar I believe it is copycat watered down version of a good movie somewhere, though I haven't the time to look it up and find out what exact movie they copied. If you want proof the actors are bad, every single actor reads to the camera like they are doing a play they were forced to memorize (if you can't stand an hour of that, then by all means watch the movie).
(ag) wrote: Trop bien ! :) De bons souvenirs
(br) wrote: One of the best documentaries that is disturbing, entertaining, tragic, educational, depressing and every emotion you can think of along with a championing of lesser known films to familiarize all of us today. AMAZING, had stayed up to watch it again when it debuted on IFC.
(ca) wrote: Fairly well-made for what it is - a hearwarming animal movie with too many overly silly scenes.
(au) wrote: Delightfully over the top HK action movie lots of overt and sub-textual homoerotism. Not as retardedly melodramatic as John Woo movies of the period, which is refreshing. The iron trifecta of Wong, Yam and Fat pretty much ensures an entertaining ride. There's also some quality yellowtail on display. I enjoyed myself quite a bit.
(jp) wrote: Kimmi remembers this one from her childhood; I'd never heard of it. Watched it on Wii Netflix. Pure '80s cheeseball but funny, enjoyable, and exceeded my expectations. Check it out sometime...
(ca) wrote: a film similar to, and a generation prior to the recent film sin nombre......
(it) wrote: A must see for anyone who loves movies.
(mx) wrote: This is very hard to watch at times because it's probably an accurate portrayal of slavery in the South. There isn't much of a plot, but the brutality of this film will make you think how evil slavery was. I saw Roger Ebert's review that this movie was Racist Trash. Yes, that's what slavery was. This movie doesn't try to sugar coat slavery. Also, you can see this movie had quite an influence on Tarantino's Django Unchained. The Leonardo DiCaprio Character was pretty much copied from the Mandingo fight promoter.
(it) wrote: An all time trailer tease but one $hitty movie.
(fr) wrote: Ella Raines Rocks! The best depiction of my fav hero as a perfectly gangly cowboy.
(mx) wrote: Outstanding cinematography and dedicated, uncompromising performances overshadow any questions that would suspend my disbelief in order to enjoy the brilliant work done throughout the movie.
(jp) wrote: This is a funny movie if you like "B" grade, ridiculous humor.
(au) wrote: Am I the only one to consider this movie quite Lynchian? Fascination with video-art, psychosis, and Denis Hooper - Blue Velvet's Frank Booth, spirit of the '90, altogether quite theatrical? Maybe I'm just a Lynch freak and everything looks like his work to me. And the idea from Vertigo, some psychoanalysis(As Slavoy Zizek extended Donald Rumsfeld's famous quote: There are known knowns. These are things we know that we know. There are known unknowns. That is to say, there are things that we know we don't know. But there are also unknown unknowns. There are things we don't know we don't know. But there are unknown knowns, these are the things that we don't know, that we know. This is subconsciousness). Quite underrated, but it could be way better.