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Pablo Francisco: Bits and Pieces - Live from Orange County
Filmed in the O.C., the show features explosive material that tears apart everything from love songs and psycho chicks to Viagra and American Justice. With his uncanny talent for creating ...
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Tom H (au) wrote: Another entertaining Austin Action piece.
Stephen K (fr) wrote: A well rounded documentary exploring the emotional, spiritual, and physical bond between Aussie actor Eric Bana (along with his childhood friends), and a 1974 Ford Falcon. It was insightful on the thrills of the sport of Rally Racing, while showing detailed accounts of the danger that is often involved. Jay Leno shares his own prospective with his love for cars, while the viewer gets a physiological evaluation from Dr. Phil on the topic. Worth checking out on DVD whether you're a car person or not!
Charlie L (fr) wrote: An interesting tale made all the more entertaining by Maggie Gyllenhaal's fantastic performance.
Joel H (mx) wrote: I had fond memories of watching The Cat from Outer Space as a kid. Why didn't I just leave it at that? This isn't a very good movie. The special effects are fun at first, but then it's the same thing over and over again. Most of the action sequences go on far too long. And it's a little strange to have so much gambling, drinking and smoking in a movie for kids. Sometimes the past is best left in the past, I guess.
Holly C (fr) wrote: When I was little this movie was the best; I loved all the adventures they had all over the place.
David T (de) wrote: Who cares about the lack of gore in the final installment of Herschell Gordon Lewis's "Blood Trilogy"? It entertains me greatly. The story, the witty script and the kitschy sets make this my favorite of the three. Lewis may have been the Godfather of Gore, but out of the 39 feature films he has directed in his career, only 9 of them are in the splatter/gore genre. And even though I'm a horror geek at heart, I have always preferred his smutty, tawdry films that make up the vast majority of his filmography. And Color Me Blood Red is a perfect balance between tawdry and macabre.
Wallas P (kr) wrote: Not very interesting.
J B (kr) wrote: The minutiae of human life plays out against a global disaster in "Parts Per Billion," but moments of real resonance seem to be lost.
Amos B (gb) wrote: November 23, 2007 - Pacific Film Archive, BerkeleyI prefer the Pasolini of Mamma Roma and Accattone. Having seen the Decameron and the ultimate telos - Salo - I am not sure it is all worth it. Still, I guess this is amusing enough, and one cannot but admire the grand thinking behind Pasolini's renditions of these medieval and early modern grotesques.