Midnight Movies: From the Margin to the Mainstream
From 1970-1977, six low budget films shown at midnight transformed the way we make and watch films.
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Judge L (mx) wrote: Very well done documentary!
Nahush P (fr) wrote: Sudhir Mishra....I like this guy....he first struck gold with Hazaron Khwahishein Aisi and gave us an immense talent in Chitrangadha Singh...Sudhir carries his legacy forward with this movie as well....Chitrangadha is so camera friendly....Irfan has given his best....Arunoday-Aditi track is a bit boring but all in all an interesting movie...
Luis B (kr) wrote: Pequenya y enorme... Cine distinto.
Jenn T (ru) wrote: Lame! Bad music and pathetic acting attempts.
Trisha F (it) wrote: Is that not the helmet from full mettel jacket!
wicked A (br) wrote: I was rather surprised and impressed at how fascinating and captivating this film was. Goebbels was a passionate, poetic genius of a man. It was also refreshing to see a documentary about him without being inundated with excessive anti-Nazi propaganda.
George C (mx) wrote: One of my all time favorite Christmas movies, beautifully detailed and drawn with many laugh-out-loud moments and lump-in-the-throat scenes. Tokyo Godfathers is an instant classic and should be seen at least once by everyone as an alternative Christmas story... Beautiful.
Joackim O (gb) wrote: La bien-pensance de la libert exporte.
Sam G (ag) wrote: Disappointing to say the least
Steph C (fr) wrote: I can watch this movie again and again. A good laugh!.
Nik M (mx) wrote: There's some sort of an ugly cloud looming over this one. the most forgettable Rocky flick tries to bring Rocky back to his suburban roots, where street fights and bums are his environment. It tries to make some sort of connection in showing how far he's come from Rocky to Rocky V. But not only is it a forgettable plot, there are hardly any characters to connect with. It may count as part of the Rocky franchise, but it certainly doesn't reflect the values behind it.
Sarah R (de) wrote: Cheesy, over-blown and simply wonderful. ne of my favourites of all time
Cindy I (us) wrote: Chaplin may be filled with warmth and pathos, Keaton may be a great athlete, but Harold Lloyd is just plain funny, and thus my favorite silent comedian. And The Freshman is one of his best. A nerdy young man attends a university to play football in order to impress a girl -- why else, right? He is obviously not up to the task and pays for it dearly. Lots of slapstick silliness, sight gags, and lots of heart to boot. Got to see it on the big screen at a repertory screening. The 21st century audience I saw it with laughed hysterically, as if this 80 year old film (at the time I saw it) was a new release. How many of today's Hollywood comedies will still be funny 80 years from now?
Jiri B (it) wrote: Entertaining film but feels cheap and low budget.
Antwan J J (kr) wrote: there's always something else to look for life but good and bad not a bad film i found myself thinking of happier times that once was overall i thought the film was really good and quite the story kudos to the cast and director and special thanks to Jason Biggs and Christinia Ricci lovely comedy