Kiss and Tail: The Hollywood Jumpoff

Kiss and Tail: The Hollywood Jumpoff

Go deep into the underworld of hip-hop groupies and video vixens where sex is the backstage pass and young ladies use their bodies as a way to promote themselves and further their own careers. Jump Off takes a provocative look at the seedy side of the music business where hip-hop groupies pay a high price to get a taste of the celebrity lifestyle. Hear the real, raw truth about the groupie lifestyle from the scene's biggest stars. Get the inside story from one of hip-hop's most notorious femmes, Karrine: Superhead Steffens. Reenactments show how Karrine sexed her way through the hip-hop world, climbing her way up the ladder before crashing to the bottom. Now a bestselling author, she's still kissing and telling, but the huge stars she allegedly bedded are telling their side of the story

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Daniel L (kr) wrote: Superbly acted, witty, clever and engaging. Venus in fur is another great film by Roman Polanski that ends in one of the best endings i've seen in a long time.

Ashley H (mx) wrote: About Cherry is a disappointing film. It is about a trouble young woman who who moves to San Francisco. Ashley Hinshaw and James Franco give horrible performances. The script is badly written. Stephen Elliott did an awful job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.

Nol D (ag) wrote: This was so bad that it became entertaining. I kept chuckling.

Eliabeth R (gb) wrote: Gran pelcula basada en hechos reales que simplemente asombran y dejan un sabor amargo, hasta cual punto la locura y la inteligencia mezcladas con un tono maligno puede contaminar otras hasta ese momento transparentes?, el final sencillamente increble, es cierto que los que investigan la carroa terminan dandose el alma y solo hay que ver estas geniales actuaciones para que no se desee estar en su lugar, totalmente recomendable

Leopoull C (es) wrote: i have a question,..Was it ethical for Jacob's Company to subject the apes to the medical research?...plz respond ASAP..tq..

Michael W (ca) wrote: Such a bad movie. Ugh.

Gregoire B (ag) wrote: Australia is a wonderful saga that deals with most of the Aussies' issues in a great fashion. It features perfect production and strong performances (Wenham is brilliant) to go along a beautiful cinematography. The story may be a bit too cheesy for some of us. It remains nevertheless poignant enough to show us that not all the stolen generation was stolen indeed.

Matthew O (au) wrote: My thoughts on RATATOUILLEAs another animated film being directed by Brad Bird, there was no denying the fact that this was going to be great, especially when coming from Pixar. It didn't seem like an idea that kids would be interested in, a rat who wants to be a chef. But they would probably still enjoy it. It's a pretty odd idea too, since these two things obviously don't go together.As a kid, I liked it fine. I just thought it was cute seeing a rat wanting to become a chef, but never thought why or how, I just accepted the idea and went along with it. But, like any Pixar movie, I really started to understand the story as I got older and I get something new out of it every time I watch it. The idea of a rat wanting to cook makes sense when the moral of the story is that anyone can cook. Obviously, it's not possible for a rat to cook, but the moral represents that even the most unlikely people can become a chef or whatever occupation they're going for, exceeding expectations. I LOVE the dialogue written in this movie, it is so compelling and thought-provoking. It's especially interesting for people who are willing to become a chef or wanting to judge something, which explains why I love listening to the dialogue, I'm judging something right now.The animation makes the film's atmosphere feel so delightful. The warm and rich colors in the backgrounds make every single shot look like something out of a beautiful painting. Just look at those shots of Paris, they are gorgeous! Add Michael Giacchino's brilliant score and you feel like you're really in Paris. Oh, and the food... I can't even describe enough how amazing the food looks! Just looking at it makes me want to salivate. Warning, do not watch this film on an empty stomach. And the character designs on the humans look very creative and cartoony, and you can tell since Brad Bird directed the movie. It gives the characters a lot more personality and makes them memorable.But are the characters interesting? Well, not all of them. The characters that I think are the most interesting are the side-characters, but they aren't given enough screen time. They give the other chefs these really interesting backstories and makes me want to learn more about them and see more of their interactions, but they're mostly set off to the sideline. The film is mostly centered on the friendship between Remy and Linguini, which I don't think is nearly as interesting. Linguini is just your typical dork who is looking for a job, nothing about really makes him stand out. The head chef, who is the villain, is not very interesting either, he just wants to capture the rat to keep the restaurant from closing down. But his motivations are understandable, he's just following orders.Another problem is that I think there are a few too many subplots. There's a conspiracy about who really owns the restaurant, there's a critic who wants to shut down the restaurant by giving it a bad review, there's a realization that Linguini is in fact the son of the now dead owner of the restaurant, there's a romance between Linguini and Colette, and the head chef gets fired who then wants to take down the restaurant as well. That's a little too complicated for kids and even adults to follow. That's one of the few weaknesses of Brad Bird's work, that even though the story is well though out and well written, the narrative structure isn't very flowing. I mean, it works fine, but maybe it could've been easier to follow if after one or two more rewrites.But that in no way says that I don't like RATATOUILLE, I actually love it. Yeah, I think there are some serious flaws with the film, but there are so many good things about it, and it works unbelievably well. The music, the animation, the dialogue, the FOOD, and the overall atmosphere still makes this a very solid Pixar film.Grade: A-

Brandon T (mx) wrote: It has some mildly amusing moments.

Wayne S (gb) wrote: Great movie! loved it.

Steve M (de) wrote: "White Squall" is very cliche-ridden film about a stern captain of a ship trying to teach boys how to be men and etc. It is watchable, but the ending is very predictable despite being based on a true story. Jeff Bridges is good, but I find the acting from the young cast to be quite annoying at times like Ryan Phillipe.

Linda B (ag) wrote: true and sad but I love it.

Lafe F (gb) wrote: Cheesy but fun Science Fiction space comedy - a post-Star Wars influence, but before Ice Pirates and Spaceballs. The laughably long opening sequence is slow and overdramatic, and doesn't get to the action until after 7 minutes. There is an interesting use of stock classical music throughout. Galaxina is one sexy robot lady and more of an object to drive the plot than a character with interactions. This movie would've soared to new heights if they dared dress her up in skimpier outfits. The crew of the police ship were a bunch of clowns, not meant to be taken seriously.The aliens and planets are silly and low budget. It is fun to watch now and again.

Stuart M (jp) wrote: A slow moving, overly empty and sentimental movie which is basically a one man show about an unlikeable man who decides that the survival of the last remaining forests is worth murdering over but whom the film treats as a fascinating and untarnished hero. Had any moral questions been raised about this dilemma the film would have been vastly superior, but instead it takes his side and then has no drama for an entire hour of screentime.

Toby K (gb) wrote: You can think of this movie as a really good fan film. I don't like to think of this as a professional film at all. It does look like it was edited by a caffeinated monkey.

Allen G (fr) wrote: Plenty of Cage-rage with nice treats for Karate Kid, Monk and Everybody Loves Raymond fans (I have ultimate cast knowledge!) This is a comedy with a hint of Indecent Proposal in there and Elvis, lots of fake Elvis. It's pretty funny, mostly because of Cage but it's really nothing special. Pretty boring and predictable but there's enough there for it to be worth watching anyway. If you are a Cage fan there's certainly some memorable scenes and I am so yes, BRING THE CAGE!!!

Bill M (de) wrote: A really fucked up and often outright terrifying nightmare of a movie, and an underrated masterpiece from David Lynch. Part neo-noir, part horror movie. It's an unpredictable and disturbing experience, a bleak and haunting, surrealist story of obsession worthy of Hitchcock's Vertigo. Watch late at night, all alone with a great sound system up full blast for the full disorienting effect.

Kevin L (fr) wrote: Valient gives it a beard up!