During a time when the city of Los Angeles is terrorized by animal attack style murders, a kindly elderly lady provides a nomad with room and board. It turns out that he is a werewolf and is responsible for the recent killings. He bites the elderly woman, turning her into a hungry werewolf. Now her adult son must try to prevent the both of them from doing any more harm.
- Stars:Mark Thomas Miller, Jeanne Bates, Brion James, Mary Beth McDonough, Art Evans, Stella Stevens, Claudia Christian, Maray Ayres, Christopher Doyle, Tim Trella, Ed Johnson, Wendy Gordon, Charles Martinet, Gary Marks, Harry Landers,
- Director:Patrick Rand,
- Writer:Patrick Rand (story), Kevin Watson (story), Patrick Rand (screenplay)
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(us) wrote: Pas aim, il y a des longueurs, je me demandais si c'tait un conte ds fois ou une vraie histoire. Pas le meilleur film de Picard.
(br) wrote: The movie was so funny throughout. Really likeable main characters with a decent storyline.
(au) wrote: Thought-provoking doco that provides an inside glimpse into the Public Theater's staging of Mother Courage led by the unstoppable Meryl Streep, supported by fascinating insight into Brecht's play and its relevance provided by translator and playwright Tony Kushner along with archival footage on the life and work of playwright Bertolt Brecht. Will hold appeal for thespian types, especially those interested in Brecht and his relevance to modern times and influence on today's theatre.
(ru) wrote: Revolution. Attitude. Sex. Nudity. Liberation. Drugs and MUSIC, embrace the swinging 60's. Over 40 years ago, a rebellion against the government-sanctioned monopoly on incomprehensibly jazz favourable BBC radio was teetering. Pirate radio stations from Germany and France broadcasted Rock and Roll bringing with it distension from the powers but nothing could be done due to international law...However in 1964, anchored one mile outside the UK's international waters line, the first fully English speaking station Radio Caroline took to the air. Streaming 24/7 and captivating over 25 million eager listeners by 1966, trash talking, morally lose and uncensored DJ's paved the way to free listening for an entire generation. This is that elusive wonderfully fun and interesting film I have been waiting for, who would have believed it would come in the form of a baby boomers nostalgia comedy that pays homage to the wild days of British pirate radio?Loosely based on Radio Caroline, The boat that rocked is that truly fun and wonderful film that has evaded me these last few months. It is a simple, fun and delightfully embellished story frivolously stretching its poetic licence to create an joyously entertaining story. This outrageous nostalgia comedy pays homage to the baby boomers and the pioneering wild days of British pirate radio. The relatable topic opens the door for baby boomers and generation Y's to actually enjoy the same film at the same time. When virginal college student Carl (Tom Sturridge) is expelled from school, his somewhat misguided mother (Emma Thompson, who sadly only had a very small role) sends him to live with his godfather Quentin (Bill Nighy) an eccentric radio station boss who after doing too many drug for too many years seems to be missing a decade (not the smartest move mum).Anchored just outside international waters on a rusty old fishing trawler, Quentin and his boat full of dope-smoking, sex starved vinyl-spinners illegally broadcast Britain's first complete rock and roll radio station, RADIO ROCK!.Amongst the bizarre eclectic crew is 'tubby Dave' (Nick Frost) who fancies himself as a ladies' man (poor deluded soul); spacey 'Thick Kevin' (Tom Brooke); melancholy Irishman Simon (Chris O'Dowd); silent Fabio 'Midnight Mark' (Tom Wisdom); the only permanent female aboard, lesbian Felicity (Katherine Parkinson) and 'the Count' (Oscar winner Phillip Seymour Hoffman) a big brash Yank who wants to be the first person to ever use the f word on British radio.When the radio station begins to publicise 'the Count's' intentions, Government intervention and termination is imminent. Believing the station is leading society into anarchy and depravity, fanatically traditional Minister Dormandy (Kenneth Branagh) with the help of his assistant Twatt (Jack Davenport) are out for blood against the drug takers and lawbreakers of a once-great nation.Brought back to further stir the pot to boiling point both on the boat and off is perverted DJ extraordinaire Gavin (Ryhs Infans), known for his ability to introduce the music whilst making sweet love to the microphone. Is Dormandy the only one hell bent on ending Radio Rock or are the boats inhabitants determined to drive on their own collision course?Although there is a distinct lack of coherent storyline and the film is uncharacteristically long for the genre, who really cares? Time and story are irrelevant when the score featuring the Kinks, the Hollies, the Who and Hendrix (just to name a few) with their encompassing trailblazing songs even young moviegoers recognisable (people literally broke into spontaneous song, regardless of others protests).Reminiscent of classic British TV sitcoms, romcom director Richard Curtis (Love actually, Noting Hill) brings together one of the longest and strongest wonderful ensemble cast. Not only are there too many to mention, but none seem to get enough screen time. As usual I took some companions to the viewing, this time my mother and father. As both are British and were 15 during the time of Radio Caroline's peak, it was delightfully relevant and so close to their recollections of the time. The opening montage with dozens of snapshots of 60's Britain with teens trying to be heard listening to hidden under pillows transistor radio's rekindled their distant memories. Verdict: If you have ever tried to understand your baby boomer parents but just couldn't get hip to their jiggy, see this film. I have never understood more, or realised just how cool oldies can be. My advice, call mum or dad and go have some fun "All day and all of the night".Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 17/04/2009
(ru) wrote: a story utterly devoid of originality...Troy Garity the Black sheep of the family on the run from drug dealers goes back home to hide out and ends up dealing with the long ago 'family tragedy' that he accidently killed his kid brother how many fucking times have we seen this plot..the only upside is Dave Mahews dies.
(it) wrote: I had always wondered what had happened to Natalie Imbruglia. It turns out that she was making this pretty good movie. I'm not sure if she turned from music to become a full time actress, but if this movie has anything to show, it's that she's got the chops to make some really strong pieces. Unfortunately, the rest of the cast is only so-so (with the exception of young-Elise, who has a great charm about her), and the story can take strange directions at unnecessary times. It is an interesting movie, and I would definitely suggest it to anyone who's looking for a family drama ... or an Aussie fix.
(nl) wrote: You know though, there are some good performances here.
(gb) wrote: I love this, it makes us cry.
(us) wrote: This is an engaging film I half watched years ago and which I have finally reacquired. An engaging cast, more engaging than the novel in that the book can point better to their inner guilt. Some great character performances. It has more comedic value than I remember. I guess Walter Huston is Dr Armstrong.
(jp) wrote: The longest propaganda film I have ever seen. The fact that Jimmy accuses his parents isn't even crucial to his trial or the plot.
(ru) wrote: The humor in this is very dry humor. Don't get me wrong, I love dry humor but it just was a bunch of Family Guy type humor thrown into one big movie. There are some laughable parts in this movie but as a whole it's just laughable and not in a good way. 2 ??s. And that's being slightly generous. Could be a good movie if it's shitty outside and you've exhausted all other movies and just want a time passer
(es) wrote: Wow that was amazing I'm going to be excited
(es) wrote: I liked the premise of this movie, and I liked how it ended, but some parts of the film are just boring to watch. I loved the Sci-Fi aspect, but there are better movies on the subject.
(mx) wrote: One of the ten worst movies I've ever seen!