Shot during the mammoth Future Sailors tour, this intimate film observes the comic genius of the Mighty Boosh as they navigate a nation hooked on its cult. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Journey of the Childmen: The Mighty Boosh on Tour
Shot during the mammoth Future Sailors tour, this intimate film observes the comic genius of the Mighty Boosh as they navigate a nation hooked on its cult.
- Stars:Corin Nemec, Kane Hodder, Jen Nikolaisen, Shannon Pierce Wilkins, David DeLuise, Sam Kindseth, Timothy Oman, Deborah Collins, Nino Simon, Bill Jacobson, Caia Coley, Ian Boyd, Kevin Linell, Chuck Olivares, David Walliams, Noel Fielding, Julia Davis, Julian Barratt, Rich Fulcher, Michael Fielding, Dave Brown, Peter Kyriacou,
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Darrin C (us) wrote: Not all that great. Don Knotts is his typical, nervous Fife/Furley character which is funny, but the movie has little to do with any ghosts.
Jesse O (mx) wrote: This is a very minimalist revenge thriller about a good family man who's simply pushed to the brink of his sanity due to a man who's intent on harassing him and his family after an incident between them ended with the harasser in jail. After the bully gets released from prison, after only spending over a year in prison, he decides he wants to go after the family by following them, harassing them, throwing stones at their house for what they did, even though he was the one who fucked up in the first place. The family, understandably, at first, goes to the police as they try to get this man put back in jail. They do file police reports, try to talk to the district attorney, but nothing comes of it and the man continually keeps harassing them. Jorge, taking matters into his own hands, decides to do something about by murdering Alamos, the bully. Fairly simple story to be honest, one that completely shits on the justice system in Chile, where nothing is done about a man continually harassing a family. Jorge was essentially forced to take matters into his own hands due to the fact that the bureaucratic way has yielded absolutely no results. Which is ironic because then Jorge would be the one to go to prison for taking the law into his own hands instead of the government putting a stop to this harassment by simply arresting the man. It's definitely got some social commentary there, because these themes are definitely universal. As mentioned, the film is incredibly minimal. The acting is more understated and realistic than what you normally get from these films, where there's a lot of melodramatics in place. I just mean that it's a little more 'over-the-top' and not melodramatic in the way a Nicholas Sparks movie is melodramatic. So it's refreshing to see this, a film that tries to tell a believable and psychological story as Jorge decides to become a man that he never would've become if it weren't due to the circumstances of his situation. I think the film, with its lack of extensive dialogue/monologues and its usage of long shots, will definitely test the patience of some people. But I was completely invested in the film from beginning to end, there's just something about this movie that I really liked. I was hooked from the start and I think that's probably one of the things a movie like this wants. It may be a little quiet and understated, but it is an intense and, at times, disturbing story. Like I said, it's definitely not a movie for every body. This isn't The Lego Movie, where it brings together movie nerds from all sides of the spectrum, it's gonna appeal to one very specific type of movie nerd. It's just a fair warning for those who are expecting a Kill Bill/Oldboy-type revenge film. And this is coming from someone who would say that Oldboy is his favorite film ever made, not the best I've seen, just my personal favorite. This isn't that, this is more a character study about a man who's just pushed too far and the extremes he feels he has to take in order to protect those he loves. And it's a damn good one at that. I can't wholeheartedly recommend this, but I really liked this movie. And that's all I can really say about it.
George T (kr) wrote: h Have go and see it reminds me of some of girls in High school LOL
Stojan K (it) wrote: The artwork may not fit exactly with the tone of the movie, but boy, "Turok: Son of Stone" is surprisingly DINO-mite! A mature odyssey that seamlessly leads you from the historic to prehistoric and "loses" you in the fantasy in between! Would translate perfect into a live-action movie!
(ag) wrote: Sally Field, Julianne Nicolson, Ben Chaplin, Clea DuVall, Glenn Howerton Four siblings rush home to say a last goodbye to their very sick mother. When she hangs on, they find themselves trapped together for two weeks. Through laughter and tears, they come to terms with the tragedies we all must face and rediscover the joy we find in each other. The film chronicles the Bergmans' alternately heartbreaking and hilarious struggles, intercut with Anita's own reflections on her life and her family. What happens to a family when the one person who holds it together can't hold on anymore? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sally Field is amazing. She absolutely breaks my heart in this movie. Anyone who has had a close member pass away from cancer like myself just recently, can relate to this story. This movie takes you to where many of us have been when they are all coming together to say goodbye to a loved one. This movie will have you back and forth from tears to laughter. Sally field is one who never disappoints with another brilliant performance. A must see.
Matt M (jp) wrote: I loved Spirit trap, it was obviously low budget. But it was a horror movie to watch. I was very impress by the acting of Billie Piper and the editing of the film. Others might think different who cares I enjoyed it.
Janae D (us) wrote: By far my favorite Star Trek movie. This is the perfect mix of campy and funny while keeping the tradition of social commentary. This has become my go to sick day movie.
Johnny T (ru) wrote: Sometimes a horror movie fails because it's a bad idea, or just really cheap. Sometimes they have a good idea at heart, but the execution doesn't work. And sometimes, as in the case of Curtains, producers don't give the movie a chance to succeed at all, even though I'm not exactly sure Curtains itself would have worked any better had it been allowed to stay intact. It is a film that has built a reputation as an overlooked gem, but after watching, I understand why horror fans tend to ignore it. Curtains is a real mess in every way. The story wobbles around from melodramatic plot brakes to supernatural silliness and I think it finally decides on being a near bloodless slasher. Because of all of the changes with the script, crew and tone Curtains' pacing is very slow throughout, picking up close to the end with the "final girl" chase. As cool as this killer is, you hardly get to see her, and this movie slowly trudges along. The dialogue is bad and there isn't much character development. The only character out of the entire film that is worth saving is John Vernon's Stryker. When the killer is revealed at the end, it is far from a surprise and it isn't done well either. Curtains is a failure all around. You're not going to find too many worse 1980 slasher films. What Curtains amounts to is a total mess. As it stands, it's boring and makes no sense."Hit The Exits" - [Panned Reaction] These are some of the worst films ever made. These films do everything wrong and do it worse than bad. Audiences should never see this film under any circumstances! (Films that are rated 0.5 or 1 stars)
g y (de) wrote: Detective films are common, but Se7en's plot is unique, with a surprising ending, however, its ending is far from reasonable.Freeman gave his good performances
armand e (ag) wrote: yep... "the female of the species is more...."