Loveless in Los Angeles

Loveless in Los Angeles

When a womanizing, reality dating TV producer runs into his college crush, he realizes his bar-hopping, bed-hopping ways are leaving him unfulfilled so he has the only woman he ever had feelings for re-train him to become the nice guy he once was.

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Tim N (jp) wrote: I really liked this film

Tim K (ag) wrote: awful...Amber Heard needs to stick with comedies

Marischa B (us) wrote: The previous review seems like it came from a crew member, all gushing with praise for this little movie, but surprisingly, I can't disagree much. I don't know that I'll watch it over and over, but it's certainly worth a view.It's got great performances and dialogue. I didn't recognize any of the cast at first, until I realized the dad was from The Mummy and Deuce Bigalow from about 10 years ago. He was the long haired gigolo with the fish tank in Deuce Bigalow, and one of the best parts of that movie. One odd thing that seems out of place is that the mother has a very slight accent.I don't know that I'd classify it strictly as a comedy, although it has liberal doses of comedy thrown in, often darkly funny.Probably won't get much notice unfortunately, like the film Palo Alto from a couple of years ago. Another very well done movie that nobody has seen.

Giuseppina S (es) wrote: very intresting...bellisima!

Brandon S (au) wrote: I think of this film in the same way that I do anything by Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim. This is the type of film where if you find yourself ever complaining about the tone or inconsistencies in the film you've missed the point entirely.

Vicki D (nl) wrote: I so want to see this.

Charles P (au) wrote: Shutter is mostly indistinct from the recent assembly of Japanese chillers, but it has the scares and the payoff that makes it stand out.

Jennifer S (ca) wrote: Act of God, by Jennifer Baichwal: I just loved telling people I planned to and did indeed watch a movie like this - a documentary about people who have been struck by lightning! Who wouldn't think that's interesting? Sadly, I was disappointed by this film in various ways: the first of which being that there seemed to be no rhyme or reason to the order in which the subjects spoke. Some were struck by lightning themselves; some were witness to the terrible death a lightning bolt can cause; some were simply fascinated by the phenomenon and chose to dedicate their lives to studying it. I wished that the movie could perhaps have been segmented into various categories - you know, fade to black, have white letters show up on screen, carry on. I also wished that this could have been longer; when the credits showed up, I felt this incredulous "what?" coming out of my throat. I wanted more about the lightning! I wanted some conclusion to the footage of the scientists mapping that guy's brain, because if there was I don't remember it! The part of the movie that I clung most to, word for word, was the account of the man who remembers having gone to the afterlife when his body was electrocuted by the lightning. I actually expected more of this kind of thing from the "metaphysical" adjective the plot summary used for this movie. Aside from a couple men's brief thoughts that they don't want to tread either way on the whole destiny versus choice, god versus no god debate, there wasn't really any more discussion. The narrative voice and the haunting music at the end were brilliant, I must add... because lightning strikes really are creepy in their raw, strange power. I really did like this movie, but I wanted more - much more. Everything was so disjointed that I have no choice but to lower my rating.

Ola G (kr) wrote: Three thrill-seeking go-go dancers, Billie (Lori Williams), Rosie (Haji), and their leader, Varla (Tura Satana) encounter a young couple in the desert while racing their sports cars. After killing the boyfriend (Ray Barlow) with her bare hands, Varla drugs, binds, gags and kidnaps his girlfriend, Linda (Susan Bernard). On a desolate highway, the four stop at a gas station, where they see a wheelchair-bound old man (Stuart Lancaster) and his muscular, dimwitted son, Vegetable (Dennis Busch). The gas station attendant (Mickey Foxx) tells the women that the old man and his two sons live on a decrepit ranch with a hidden cache of money. Intrigued, Varla hatches a scheme to rob the lecherous old man..."Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!" is a 1965 cult classic exploitation film directed by Russ Meyer, who also wrote the script with Jack Moran. The film features gratuitous violence, sexuality, provocative gender roles, and camp dialogue. It is one of Meyer's more boldly titled and unflinchingly exploitative films; however, there is no full on nudity. This movie has been on my list for a long time, and I reckon this is an odd, but yet intriguing movie. The mix of hard edged women in sports cars committing crimes with a frown and yet living out some sort of female liberation from the strains of society concerning how a woman should act and behave is striking. Its over the top with dodgy acting, and as said a dialogue straight from a 5 dime pulp noir story, but yet the direction, storyline and black/white format creates something unique. A cult classic without no doubt.

Kevin S (fr) wrote: I don't think you could release a sci-fi movie in the 50's unless there was at least one mutant in the picture.If you only know John Agar as the ex-husband of Shirley Temple or from his solid supporting roles in westerns like She Wore a Yellow Ribbon or Fort Apache then you're in for a treat. His best work is to be found in campy B-movies like The Rocket Man, Revenge of the Creature, The Mole People and here in Tarantula. Tarantula is 50's sci-fi gold, complete with a giant guinea pig and a mysterious microphone that appears from time to time in the upper frame of certain scenes. Unless you suffer from severe arachnophobia, this is not a film that will cause you any sleepless nights. It is, however, a lot of fun to watch and a must-see for those who are old enough to remember Saturday nights at the local drive-in theater watching two-for-one "creature features".

David H (ag) wrote: Great Melodrama about a very unorthodox Love which is reached by Accidents

Christopher B (au) wrote: Insanity is only bone-marrow deep. Listen closely to the lyrics.