A film about the world's most dedicated Star Wars fans. From lightsaber wielding martial arts academies to a filmmaker who built the world's only life-size Millennium Falcon, from a Monster Garage-esque sculptor whose professional livelihood is building custom lightsabers to metal-bikini wearing dancers who embody Slave Leia, the film offers viewers a rare glimpse into rabid fans' personal and professional self expression that borders on obsession.
- Stars:Ray Park, Peter Mayhew, Jeremy Bulloch, Linda Papadopoulos, Eduardo Sánchez, Flynn, Dennis Ward, Clive Young, D.M. Atlas, Rod Barnes, Amy Brown, Vince Collura, Cameron DeVictor, Candy Keane, Zorikh Lequidre,
- Director:Mark Edlitz,
- Writer:Mark Edlitz
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Jedi Junkies torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Like an "American Horror Story" reject.
(de) wrote: 'Sleep Tight' is the complete opposite of 'The Resident.' Well made, well acted, a gutsy ending that real horror fans will love, and a villain so twisted, so horrific, that you won't be able to deny the enjoyment you get on his path to true happiness. Luis Tosar is excellent.
(nl) wrote: Enjoyable family-flick
(ca) wrote: John Carpenter's first film of the 90's and first studio film since "Big Trouble In Little China". I think the film's biggest problem is that it doesn't know how to take itself. Silly or serious. I just read that Ivan Reitman was at first in the director's chair but couldn't get along with Chevy Chase about that exact problem. So Reitman told the studio "either him or me?". The studio obviously went with Chase. Now I'm curious to see what Reiman could of brought to the table. He's good at mixing any genre with comedy, "Ghostbusters". Not knocking Carpenter cause his films are some of my favorites too. During the film, I actually thought about the film with Chase and Neil switching roles. Might of made things interesting. Chase could still supply comedy despite him playing the villain. That's the only issue is that it's mismatched. It has a great cast and crew but just a lost story. I'm curious on how the book is.
(gb) wrote: Three performances that surly must be seen. Though Peter Finch comes out ahead in this love triangle with tragic results.
(fr) wrote: This is movie hits all the notes of the spaghetti western. It doesn't have the depth of others, but it has the handsome drifter with a quick draw, a plot basef on long awaited vengeance, and an Ennio Morricone score. It's pretty fun to watch.