My Best Fiend

My Best Fiend

A look at the tumultuous yet productive relationship between German director Werner Herzog and actor Klaus Kinski.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:95 minutes
  • Release:1999
  • Language:German,English,Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:megalomaniac,   boat,   mountain,  

In the 1950s, a teenage Werner Herzog was transfixed by a film performance of the young Klaus Kinski. Years later, they would share an apartment where, in an unabated, 48 hour fit of rage, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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James H (gb) wrote: A horrible movie about horrible people who become even more horrible when they are vampires.

Jaden H (br) wrote: Another excuse for box office money. Sad.

Joe H (jp) wrote: I think this is a pretty funny spoof of the genre. I'll totally watch this on a Sunday afternoon when I'm procrastinating from doing more important stuff. I think the actors do a great job and I think the director knows exactly what he's doing. Yes, it's toilet humor but I think it's well done toilet humor.

Dave A (ca) wrote: Self indulgent tripe

Keath G (au) wrote: Fascinating Cinematography, art direction, acting, writing, and everything else. Interesting use of iconic American tunes provide a dancing counterpoint to the long low melancholy dirge to the atmosphere.

Stuart K (br) wrote: Produced by Roger Corman and directed by animator Jimmy T. Murakami (When the Wind Blows (1986) and Christmas Carol: The Movie (2001)), this is a silly but moderately enjoyable sci-fi adventure. It's obvious that Corman was doing a rip-off of Star Wars (1977), but he doesn't give two hoots, he and Murakami proudly sold the film as "The Magnificent Seven in outer space!" The inhabitants of the planet Akir are being attacked by space despot Sador (John Saxon), who taunts and threatens the inhabitants with his mutant henchmen, the Malmori. Knowing they'll be back, young farm boy Shad (Richard Thomas) goes off looking for a band of mercenaries to take on Sador. He finds trucker Space Cowboy (George Peppard), and they go about looking for such men, beginning with assassin Gelt (Robert Vaughn), and a group of Nestor Clones, Valkyrie warrior Saint-Exmin (Sybil Danning) and Cayman of the Lambda Zone (Morgan Woodward), who has a score to settle with Sador. It's a very silly film, Roger Corman films are not known for high budgets, and he even reused footage from this into other later productions he did. But, that's a good thing, it's a harmless way for an hour and 45 minutes to pass. Despite criticism, it found an audience, and it has a huge cult following.

Scott L (au) wrote: I love how fast paced this movie is.

george n (nl) wrote: a fantastic movie, with lots of action and a great life lesson.

Jacob D (fr) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie, I Know there's some controversy with this movie but I think it's really good , plus I really like the ending.