In the Realms of the Unreal

In the Realms of the Unreal

In the Realms of the Unreal is a documentary about the reclusive New York artist Henry Darger. Henry Darger was so reclusive that when he died his neighbors were surprised to find a 15,143 page manuscript along with hundreds of paintings depicting The Story of the Vivian Girls, in What is Known as the Realms of the Unreal, of the Glodeco-Angelinnian War Storm, Cased by the Child Slave Rebellion.

A documentary on Henry Darger, visionary artist, janitor, and novelist. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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adam b (nl) wrote: I think by this point most people are still watching the American Pie spin offs out of curiosity, but in fairness I actually enjoyed this more than the other 3 or 4 or however many it is now. It still has it's really bad moments where you're embarrassed for anyone involved in the film, theres still a lack of a good structure and it's still not actually that funny. But compared to the other spin offs I actually kind of enjoyed this, could be down to the fact I knew it was the last one in the box set or maybe I've just been worn down by seeing so much of the same thing.

Winston H (gb) wrote: One of the worst movies I've ever seen. Not even "B" film quality.

Barry L (fr) wrote: Yarn about a rock star. boring

Joseph H (it) wrote: Absolutely awful. George Takei is forced to deliver lame Star Trek lines time and again throughout the unbelievably bad script. This movie is the disowned offspring of the Star Trek episodes that even Trekkies admit were stupid, and Batman TV shows that were left on the cutting room floor.

Stephen C (us) wrote: Excellent movie with an interesting plot. The action is great, and the characters are very different. Pierce Brosnan plays a great role as Mark Taffin, definitely should pick it up if you like action.

Sgt C (us) wrote: (53%)An Americanised ninja action movie from the Cannon group that for the right audience should be a decent watch. The plot's not worth mentioning, but the action is at least enjoyable, and the movie overall is fun, a little silly and makes Godfrey Ho movies look really, really bad in comparison.

Ganja Break RIP Pimp C (ru) wrote: Best richard pryor movie hands down! 10 out of 5 starz

Mike M (fr) wrote: Every set is overrun (overwrought?) with nature imagery, some of which - a woman writhing in the roots of a tree (did Lars von Trier revisit this before making "Antichrist"?), Valerie swimming among water lilies - can immediately be filed away under the heading of soft-focus 1970s kitsch. Yet many more of its images (bodies hanging out of windows, a courtyard littered with chicken corpses, the antiseptic white of Valerie's bedroom) will stick in your head, and the final sequence, in particular, is simply ravishing... A tendency to cloak its more surreal flourishes in billowing curtains dulls some of its force, but it retains a heady blast of strangeness: if the Svankmajer of "Alice" and the David Hamilton of "Bilitis" had ever had cause to collaborate, the results would probably have looked something akin to this.

Nicolas P (es) wrote: Desde el primer momento: cundo la vi por primera vez supe que sera la ganadora del premio Oscar a mejor pelcula animada.