Inside: 'Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb'
Documentary on the making of Kubrick's classic film.
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Inside: 'Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb' torrent reviews
Andrew M (gb) wrote: Only a handful of decent performances and some nice production design can save the mess The Identical creates through its bizarre story and bland characters.
Theresa M (jp) wrote: Saw it about 6 mo ago, want to see it again! Terrific nordic noir!
(fr) wrote: Boring, loose and overall bad. It could have had some forgiveness if it wasn't a game adaptation, but now that that's the case, I can't help but notice the total lack of loyalty to its source material and the awful and broken script.
TTT C (ag) wrote: (** 1/2): Thumbs Down It doesn't completely work but it has some interesting moments. A near-miss.
r n (ru) wrote: Its a very sad but a good movie. Its not biased, which is very hard to do in a movie with such a sensitive topic
connerlayne (jp) wrote: Haha worthless but 2 stars for it being epic at the same time... *cough* *cough* is there a doctor in the house
DC F (ag) wrote: Creepy, but silly and poorly acted. That is the fun of it I guess because I still watch it all these years later.
Benny B (de) wrote: Fun and satirical apocalyptic little B-movie.
Adam R (gb) wrote: (First and only viewing - 3/29/2010)
Boss Rean R (de) wrote: Very consistent on the story
Wayne K (de) wrote: Wake In Fright, a movie which takes place in the furiously sun-drenched and lethal Australian Outback is, quite naturally shocking harsh and perpetually bleak. It contains very little levity, few moments of optimism and is almost completely oppressive. From the unsettling score, wide angle shots and a camera which refuses to remain still, the atmosphere is always one of tension, paranoia and foreboding. Gary Bond, English actor and premiere Peter O'Toole lookalike, finds himself stuck in a backwards town where the locals are friendly, eager to talk and encourage him to stay by constantly filling him to the eyeballs with alcohol, i.e. the most accurate depiction of Outback Australian culture in cinematic history. The film depicts him slowly losing him mind, his brain eroded by booze, extreme heat, unhinged locals and the pervading insanity which surrounds him. Donald Pleasance steal the show, as far as being the most convincing madcap performance, chugging beer endlessly and smiling with the demented fervour of a man who long since embraced his lunacy. It's definitely not to everyone's taste, especially the brutally graphic Kangaroo hunting scene and the lack of light relief, but its plan is clearly to shock and surprise, and it manages both on more than one occasion. A one-watch movie perhaps, but one you will never forget.