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Gregory P (au) wrote: if you've ever done them or watched a group of people on them whilst sober, you'll completely get it.....if not, well, you should!
Fernando M (ru) wrote: Terrible movie, this is far from the original series. The humor (very different from Japanese good mood) is exaggerated. Furthermore, the presence of Willis, alienates the original context, making the film is a cliche, where they have to save the country from this guy. Yes leaves much to be desired.
Jason W (fr) wrote: A great movie of complete urban despair.The cinematography was really well done with interesting shots that were both varied and original throughout. A harsh portrayal of the cruelty and bluntness of life and humanity. Great film.
Ale M (ru) wrote: pelcula clave de vspera de Ao Nuevo
Tim S (es) wrote: Twice Dead came in a Roger Corman DVD 2 pack that I recently received, but it turns out to be the least of the two films... so much for going out with a bang. This was just an odd movie all around, and not in an interesting way. The film spends most of its time being a typical 80's movie where teenagers are terrorized by a... biker gang? Yeah, so anyway, they fight back, but suddenly receive aid from the ghost of a dead actor who's former house they just moved into. And, is it just me, or was the relationship between the brother and sister strange? It seems almost incestual, without anything actually going on. They care just a wee bit too much for each other, and it sticks out. There are a couple of creepy moments and very little in the gore department, but the story is just flat out boring and uninteresting, as is most of the film itself. On the positive side, it does have Brooke Bundy in it. I suppose that has to count for something, right?
Stuart K (au) wrote: Since 1964, John Waters had made 4 short films and 4 feature films, and he had emerged from underground filmmaking with Pink Flamingos (1972), and Female Trouble (1974) heightened his profile. For his next film, he was able to raise 6 times the budget of Pink Flamingos for this trashy but darkly funny crime caper made with very little money but a lot of imagination. Neurotic housewife Peggy Gravel (Mink Stole) and her housemaid Grizelda Brown (Jean Hill) go on the run after Grizelda smothers Peggy's husband Bosley (George Stover) to death. With nowhere else to go, Peggy and Grizelda end up in the run-down and deviant shanty town of Mortville, run over with an iron fist by the evil Queen Carlotta (Edith Massey) and her two-timing daughter Princess Coo-Coo (Mary Vivian Pearce). Peggy and Grizelda end up becoming associates of lesbian wrestler Mole McHenry (Susan Lowe) and her lover Muffy St. Jacques (Liz Renay), and they end up in a coup to try and overthrow Queen Carlotta after Coo-Coo runs away. It's a very sleazy film, and you will feel very unclean after witnessing all this, but you can't help but admire the way Waters creates this world for next to nothing. The only thing missing from this dirty magnum opus was Divine, who was doing a play, but he returned with style for Waters' next one, Polyester (1981).
Miriam G (gb) wrote: An incredible movie: nigh flawless, a rightful classic.
Linus M (us) wrote: Scathing inquiry into the corruption of American Media, it does so with a dense script that makes its case completely and timelessly
David W (au) wrote: In my opinion this movie is not bad. Is there bad things in it? Yes, but the visuals make up for it
Marah R (mx) wrote: I loved the story of the old man with the whole 40s to 69s aesthetic but the modern day cliche love story sucks.