Documentary follows Bobby Liebling, lead singer of seminal hard rock/heavy metal band Pentagram, as he battles decades of hard drug addiction and personal demons to try and get his life back. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Khaled M (us) wrote: A beautiful true story about a beautiful unexpected friendship.
Mad M (us) wrote: What a stinker. Yes, it's taboo and has some European charm, but that's about it. It's slow, unengaging, and unemotive.
LamHo T (au) wrote: i'm sure, it's not a "ghost film", it's meaningful...so creative!i like the slogan:?????????????????Love, via yearning, brings the dying souls back to life
Japes (es) wrote: Movie is a piece of shit yo. I fast forwarded through the first 15 minutes because it was soo fucking boring. A girl with an awful raspy voice just keeps talking and talking and talking about nothing special. Her voice is obfuckingnoxious. She just keeps talking to herself as if anyone actually cares about what she's saying. Then I fast forwarded to 23 minutes and still nothing had changed much. There was a part with a strange man fucking a wooden door, so at that point I was like My Gawd this movie is shit. I turned it off there at 24 minutes. I was like "is this movie going anywhere??" The answer to that is NO it is not. The movie goes nowhere. It's a pointless, uninteresting, piece of garbage. "Dungeon Girl" is also by far the worst title for a movie ever. I only wanted to watch it because it was based on a true story, but OMFG this movie sucked so badly. Like no joke.
scott g (br) wrote: For the most part, certainly up to a hour, this was b movie okay, it was silly and the car here is a really crappy monster. scenes throghout point this out, but charactors dont learn, think of daleks going up sataires, and then think parking lot pillers and so on. but it has a sence of b miovie, its hjust a shame from a point the film falls apart.
Gill L (ru) wrote: I love this movie! As someone who has seen every episode of the 6 season series and absolutely loves every character, this movie was a much needed conclusion to what happened to these women. At somepoint in the series, I've been able to connect with each of these women in the different things they go through and I love that. I feel that the show ended perfectly but this movie was a welcome "check in" on how these women's lives have changed as they each enter new stages. I could watch this film over and over again!
Jonny W (kr) wrote: It's already just a little short compared to many other films, which is not surprising considering its budget, but considering how uneventful it was, it should have been much shorter. And while I like the idea of a relationship between a male and female where they don't just magically fall in love, it was not enough to make this a good film. The music is good, but it's overshadowed by the monotony of the story itself. It's incredibly predictable, so watching it becomes boring after 15 minutes or so. I'm amazed at how many people liked the film and I have a feeling it's simply because it was a low-budget indie film. But I can't criticize a person for liking something, I guess.I'd say the best thing about the film is how they approach the musical aspect of it. It's mixed into the story rather than forced into the story like many classic musicals.And I just can't help but point out that it took about 30 minutes for me to really know what the characters look like. There's a serious lack of close-ups that led to me hardly caring about the story. This is a fundamental error that is overlooked for reasons I cannot understand.I'm utterly amazed that this film is as favored among critics as "The Dark Knight" and other fantastic films. It does not seem nearly as well thought-out as "The Dark Knight," so it's either an accidental masterpiece (that doesn't even have close-ups), or it's extremely overrated.
Ingela A (jp) wrote: The main reason to see this film is because it deals with the subject of adoption. Not many films do, as far as I know. This film deals with adoption from the perspective of an adopted girl in her teens.Common teen worries are complicated by the thoughts around being adopted.Although not very realistic this film has its points. It has its funny moments, and the acting is good. It is more of a modern fairy tale than a "based on a true story". For someone being adopted and in his/her teens I think this movie can be quite touching and valuable. And for friends and relatives of adopted.
Z L (kr) wrote: I found this one a very funny interesting biopic about Kinsey. It is serious enough for us to take and it still has some humor with those sex lines and jokes.
Christa N (us) wrote: Not good, not bad. Couldn't understand much with the British accents.
Alex B (mx) wrote: BEST MOVIE EVER.Seriously, this is my favorite movie.
Dann M (gb) wrote: Jennifer Tilly is the Bride of Chucky in this post-modern horror revival of the Child's Play series. In this chapter the former girlfriend of serial killer Charles Lee Ray, Tiffany, rebuilds and re-ensouls Chucky, who then transfers her soul into a doll. Co-starring Katherine Heigl, Alexis Arquette, and John Ritter, the casting isn't that bad; but their performances aren't very good. However, Tilly's charisma carries the film and gives new life to the series with her character of Tiffany. Additionally, the comedy really plays up the silliness and camp, which works rather well. Still, while this change in direction is refreshing and fun, Bride of Chucky is not a good movie.
Michelle A (br) wrote: Very funy, loved Sinbad in this role.
Nate T (ca) wrote: The 2nd of the "My Favorite" - Hope trilogy. A must for no other reason than to see Lorre throw knives at hope and Chaney, Jr. strong-arm Hope. Yet another Hope - Lamour teaming by the way.