Collectors have been known to go to extreme lengths to get what they want. For Motor Man Dan, the ultimate would be to have his very own serial killer, to fulfill his sick, obsessive, murderous appetite. Ryan, the victim of a terrible accident who suffered severe head trauma, would be that missing piece to complete Motor Man's demented collection. Motor Man would then tool and manufacture a half machine, half man, serial killer, which he would then orchestrate and produce an assortment of killing scenarios. From director Craig McMahon comes this gruesome/slasher tale of a desolate man that took collecting serious.
- Stars:David C. Hayes, Jose Rosete, Patti Tindall, Mark Ray, Elias Castillo, Kevin Moyers, Kathleen Benner, Eleni C. Krimitsos, Nessa Hawkins, Matt Robinson, Helen Sanger Pierce, Jim Gulliford,
- Director:Craig McMahon,
- Writer:Craig McMahon
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(br) wrote: Families aren't always about love and laughters. Real families are also about hate, heartaches, and tears.
(es) wrote: Dark, clever, and unique.
(nl) wrote: I love drawn together
(es) wrote: Despite being predictable, conventional and over-wraught, it is nevertheless worth a watch.
(ag) wrote: This was excellently done the story was unbelievable and the acting in it was amazing.
(es) wrote: In this one-of-a-kind portrait, Terry Zwigoff takes us deep into the home life of underground comic artist Robert Crumb. Though known for his salacious images of plump females, Crumb comes off as one of the more normal people onscreen alongside troubled siblings Max and Charles. Zwigoff's film never condescends"this is a dysfunctional family we all can empathize with.
(au) wrote: Please see this movie, just because how bad it is. The end.
(nl) wrote: A World War 2 spy movie that was nominated for Best Picture and forgotten immediately thereafter, and for mostly good reasons. In the name of full disclosure I'll admit that I was mostly distracted by other things when I was watching this. Similar to Rio Grande, I found that this had a very long build up and by the time they got to their actual mission I had sort of lost interest and started screwing around on my laptop while watching it.
(us) wrote: No more Martin Lawrence movies!
(mx) wrote: Fun(ny) and rebellious high school comedy!
(ag) wrote: Oh boy... Oooooooh boy...Requiem for a Dream is an exercise in how miserable can you make your audience without making them want to walk out, and it does that, fairly flawlessly. This Darren Aronofsky tragedy succeeds through strong writing, directing and powerful performances from an ensemble cast. Requiem For A Dream follows four Manhattan Beach characters; the son played by Jared Leto, (Dallas Buyers Club), his grandmother played by Ellen Burstyn, (The Exorcist, Interstellar), his girlfriend played by Jennifer Connely, (A Beautiful Mind, Blood Diamond), and his best friend played by Marlon Wayans, (White Chicks, Scary Movie). It follows them as they each build up their hopes and dreams, only to have it torn back down again by their own personal addictions. It's like Of Mice and Men on speed, literally, and good. I pitch this film to everyone as a must see, it's a film you should definitely see once, and then never again! It's based on a book by Hubert Selby Jr. who co-wrote the screenplay with Aronofsky, (Black Swan, The Wrestler), a writer famed for his understanding of that sort of low life New York culture and his skill in portraying it, and that really comes through in the film which is scuzzy beyond belief. The dialogue and syntax and slang of the characters really sell them as being in this world, an the grungy lighting, and subtly but meticulously crafted frames help. Subtle beauty, maybe Ang Lee can learn a thing or two. The reason Requiem For A Dream works so well is that before it tears them down, it builds up your relationship with the characters, gets you to empathise with them and feel for them and like them, it builds up their hopes and makes their dreams seem wonderfully possible before their falls. In fact that's literally the structure of the film, which is simple but genius, the three acts are denoted by the seasons; summer, fall, and winter. Our associations with each word complimenting the acts. This character involvement would't work if it wasn't for a collection of quite outstanding performances. Leto's accent is a bit ropey but you get used to it and he does everything else really well. There's one scene with a phone call that I nearly cried watching. I wanted to. Wayans gives an uncharacteristically serious performance and he does it really well. When people were wondering why on earth the man behind all these shit parody movies was being invited to join the American Academy I remembered Requiem For A Dream in which he is charismatic and empathetic. The real stand out though, is Elen Burstyn, who was actually Oscar nominated for this movie and boy does she deserve it. By far the most complex character she gives a powerhouse performance in which she is believable but just extraordinarily brittle. Again, there's a scene where Leto comes to visit that's by far the most memorable scene in the film and again I nearly welled up. In the end it's moments like those that are the key to understanding the hypnotic, mesmeric, enigmatic attraction of Requiem For A Dream, it has a lot of bleak imagery, and montages that will leave you traumatised but it's interspersed with moments of pathos and emotional sadness that are much more subtle and give the more traumatic sequences weight that without it would just seem gratuitous, and worse, slightly immature, using these images without any understanding of the weight they carry. However, luckily, Aronofsky and Selby Jr. know exactly what they're doing and they do it well. It's carried off with a style, professionalism and maturity that belies that this is only Aronofksy's second film, and first bigger budget one. Also, I have to mention Clint Mansell's beautiful, melancholy but perversely techno-influenced score, it's truly amazing.
(es) wrote: The absolute best thing I can say about this movie is that it doesn't quite live-up to the awfulness of other legendarily bad comedies, such as Going Overboard, Bio-Dome or Jack and Jill.That being said, Stop! or My Mom Will Shoot is an overall joyless film that fails to deliver anything but maybe a few scant chuckles here or there due to sheer luck, or due to the fact that you're dying to laugh at something.A match made in Heaven (or more likely a Hollywood business board-room), the pairing of action-star Sylvester Stallone with one of the Golden Girls is almost ridiculous enough to warrant laughs itself, or rather the fact that some Hollywood mogul or moguls thought that this would be a good idea is what warrants laughs. I think one of the factors that lead to this preposterous film's creation was an attempt to replicate the financial success of Arnold Schwarzenegger's 1990 movie Kindergarten Cop. I think it's safe to say at this point that regardless of your opinion on Kindergarten Cop, that attempt did not succeed, as Stop! or My Mom Will Shoot is far, far worse.The key word to remember with this movie is "predictable". Once you know the premise, you can guess 95% of the set-pieces, jokes and situations that will crawl weakly across the screen in an attempt to make you laugh. She tries to tuck her obviously-too-old son into bed at night, she meddles in his love-life, she tells his coworkers at the Police Station embarrassing stories about his childhood, she nags him to eat healthier and maintain better hygiene. These are punctuated by the odd scene every once in a while of Estelle Getty being at the right place and time to fire a gun or witness a crime in progress. The shenanigans are so bland and easy to see coming they're almost painful they're almost painful.Stop! or My Mom Will Shoot is a best forgotten relic. It's a celebrity vehicle with a weak script and an even weaker pay-off. It is not recommended for anyone aside from film-scholars studying Hollywood embarrassments or cinematic masochists.
(gb) wrote: gotta love ol seventies pasolini..