Monkeybone

Monkeybone

After a car crash sends repressed cartoonist Stu Miley (Fraser) into a coma, he and the mischievous Monkeybone, his hilariously horny alter-ego, wake up in a wacked-out waystation for lost souls. When Monkeybone takes over Stu's body and escapes to wreak havoc on the real world, Stu has to find a way to stop him before his sister pulls the plug on reality forever!

In a coma, a cartoonist finds himself trapped within his own underground creation and must find a way to get back, while racing against his popular but treacherous character, Monkeybone. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jason R (ru) wrote: I really wanted to like this movie, because I like Stephen J. Cannell and Cerina Vincent, but I just didn't. The story was silly, the monster was cheesy, and I found it to be a bit of a snoozer. The only thing that was enjoyable was Cerina Vincent, and that is because she is incredibly beautiful (the only reason I am giving it 2 stars). I did enjoy the scenery of the beautiful mountains of Canada however. And a note for all fellow Cerina Vincent fans, watch the special features. Wow, great shirt!

Justin B (es) wrote: Once again, the three concentric themes, metaphors of our modern condition, paraded out with the same significance: women, theater, conspiracy. Yes, it's just another typical day in Rivette-land, but then, people who like such a place will find much to like in this movie. Those who don't shouldn't see it in the first place; those who've never been there should try one of his earlier movies first. In those films, there is an external world, however dark and mysterious, for the characters to sound off against; in "Gang of Four," everything is internal, in utero (you have to dig the Bergmanian red of the theater), hermetic even. If there is no escape for the characters, there is also no entry for spectator, unless she can find a way onto the stage through one of Rivette's other movies. The film, then, is another dream in Rivette's endless nocturnal reverie, a lucid electrifying nightmare, but one which will appear meaningless unless you bring yourself to it prepared; those who understand it may not find enlightenment, but they will find recognition.(Actually, I don't know what the hell I'm talking about. The point is, the movie kicked ass, and if you like Rivette's other shit, you should see this one too.)

Tom H (fr) wrote: pretty good adventure movie. i was surprised that so many Norwegian actors were involved in this. the vikings were supposed to speak old Norse, in stead they spoke mainly Norwegian and some Swedish. overall i liked it because of the storyline and good old fashioned special effects. sure it looks like rubbish now, but you get a sense of Disney magic that is hard to come by in a live motion picture like this.

Nikki (it) wrote: I Love This movie, Lucille Ball and Maureen O'Hara are the best actresses to watch :-)