Monster Road

Monster Road

Monster Road explores the wildly fantastic worlds of legendary underground clay animator Bruce Bickford. Tracing the origins of his remarkably unique sensibility, the film journeys back to Bickford's childhood in a competitive household during the paranoia of the Cold War and examines his relationship with his father, George, who is facing the onset of Alzheimer's Disease. Bickford's films, especially the dark and magical clay animations he created for Frank Zappa in the 1970s, have achieved cult status worldwide. Entirely self-taught, the 56-year-old Bickford works alone in a makeshift basement studio in his house near Seattle. Bickford's father George, a retired Boeing engineer of the Cold War era, is the other main character. George's talent for maximizing the space inside airplanes and missiles parallels his son's animations, which often contain dozens of inch-tall figures fighting battles on a tiny set.

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Joshua F (mx) wrote: Makes me want to hit the streets and take some pictures!

K N (jp) wrote: If someone "rotten"-ed this movie, then I don't know if you should trust their reviews. Tintin is a Herg classic, and with Spielberg's directing, it really doesn't matter if he didn't break new ground or not!! The film is EXACTLY like the books - character style to the city he lived. Even the opening title was one of the comics! On the wall of Tintin's office you could see his adventures on newspaper articles from his other comics before he met the drunk captain. The voice of Tintin sounded like the tv classic and the music was professionally done. All major characters were presented, as they should, and the movie followed the comics till the very end. You can tell Spielberg is a Tintin fanatic!

Daniel G (it) wrote: Feel pretty much like the movie thirteen, but focused on "whiggers". It starts good, even gives hints of being deep, but ends up with too many loose ends, only half of them on purpose.

Brooke T (es) wrote: Lol wtf was this anyway?

bill s (br) wrote: It has it's moments and you see them in the trailer.

Brendan R (fr) wrote: I have a fondness for movies like this. They are quiet and unobtrusive. There is little conflict or drama, but they still tell a story about people and draw you in as you do so.

Jeremy S (gb) wrote: For a Disney movie a good thing not too bad but as always bizarre

Adam L D (jp) wrote: Aging stunt man, isn't ready to finish his career just yet, but no hot shot stunt man pushes the old crash and bash man to finish off his last stunt to end all stunts. Well acted, incredible stunts from car crashes, horse falling, airplane diving, falling off buildings all doen without the help of Computer generated images. One of Burt's best and once in a lifetime cast with Sally Fields, Jan Michael Vincent and ADAM WEST! A great homage to those men and ladies of the cinema smash em ups!

Steve S (br) wrote: I get that it's supposed to be stupid and offensive, but frankly, it ends up just being boring.

Damon R (ca) wrote: I can see why certain fantasy books are better than the movies. They have more details. Inkheart is one of those movies because it felt rushed instead of taking its time to tell the whole story. Not that I didn't enjoy it, but it's sometimes hard to keep up when they're rushing the movie. A word of advice: if you want to adapt a fantasy novel into a movie, take examples from Harry Potter, The Lord of the Rings, and The Chronicles of Narnia and tell the whole story in its entirety and not leave things out. That's just my viewpoint.

Emod L (mx) wrote: 84%Fun and well-cast, The Curse of the Black Pearl is a swashbuckling treat.V: 75%

Cassius J (fr) wrote: I loved this movie when I was a kid...okay, younger, but either way I loved it. I'm a slightly older kid now, so I can see some of the flaws more. It's a bit too similar to Madagascar, but it's still fun and entertaining :)

Jeremy S (kr) wrote: Caan played a great part with his dstrust of the aliens and not liking them a social movie in alot of ways as well