Pink Ribbons, Inc.
Breast cancer has become the poster child of corporate cause-related marketing campaigns. Countless women and men walk, bike, climb and shop for the cure. Each year, millions of dollars are raised in the name of breast cancer, but where does this money go and what does it actually achieve? Pink Ribbons, Inc. is a feature documentary that shows how the devastating reality of breast cancer, which marketing experts have labeled a "dream cause," becomes obfuscated by a shiny, pink story of success.
- Director:Léa Pool,
- Writer:Patricia Kearns, Nancy Guerin, Léa Pool
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(gb) wrote: This movie is way badass! Half man, half tank Mandroids are awesome. They just don't make movies like this anymore. It's a great little 80's gem
(es) wrote: The title of this movie is the warning included in a strange advertisement that requests a partner for a time-travel journey. A reporter from a big Seattle newspaper convinces his boss that there is a story there. A story big enough for him to head to the small town and also enlist the help two interns; an nerdy Indian, and a antisocial girl (our protagonist, played by Aubrey Plaza). After the reporter fails to establish himself as a potential time-travel buddy, it is the quirky girl's turn, and sure enough, her odd ways click with our mad scientist (our second protagonist, who works at a super market). Aubrey plaza plays exactly the same character she plays in the early seasons of Parks and Recreation. For those you who haven't watched it (shame on you, please do) she is an eye-rolling, constant-sighing, late teen, who dismisses everything and everyone. A pretty endearing character (if you give her a chance). After our protagonists' initial click, he slowly begins to trust her and reveals to her fragments of his time-traveling plan. She in turn becomes engrossed with the plan (and him). Their escapades bring laughter, but for some reason the movie decides to make her fall for him, and it feels weird and forced. As the plan (and the movie) progresses, we get to laugh a lot and also wonder what's the guy's real deal; is he a harmless weirdo, or a misunderstood genius? Unfortunately, between the good scenes there is a lot of fat; apart from the forced romance, we have the subplot of the successful outside / empty inside reporter, and as a form of triteness apotheosis, the scenes where the nerdy guy must score. The bad news continue; the climax lacks bite, and the creepy plot-twist is simply ignored in order to achieve a happy ending with a (superficial) bang. You will get a fair share of laughs and a couple of heart-warming scenes, but nothing more. 6.0/10.
(fr) wrote: The 3D did enhance the action scenes, but the story was poor.
(ca) wrote: Powerful documentary that manages to be great even if you aren't a racing fan. There's a spiritual aspect to it that's slightly off-putting though.
(de) wrote: This film is absolutely horrendous, the acting is terrible, the dialogue is so poorly written that I can't believe they thought it was OK, the action is boring and it's just a mess. However... I give it one star just because of Chris Klein's performance. He plays a detective called Nash and he is hilarious beyond belief. Every line he says is pure cheesy gold.
(mx) wrote: I cant stand Lorenzo Lamas
(au) wrote: You can't even laugh about 'Decoys'! Very bad taste!
(jp) wrote: slightly too long but never the less still enjoyable as this buddy buddy cop film is filled with action and explosive stunts.
(mx) wrote: Hilarious movie. Definitely recommend.
(au) wrote: Get ready for the ride of your life. cause like, theres gonna be more rides, definitely, like driving your car everyday to work and Burger-Kings and, you remember the night at the carnival when you really wanted to kiss that Tiffany chick like super, and you bought tickets for the ferris wheel and she didn't even talk til you were to the very top. and now that i think of the title, it reminds me when i was calling her around midnight after halloween and she kept sending me to voicemail, but i didn't leave no message cause i aint no stalker, and i knew she forwarded me to voicemail too, the cunt, cause it only rand two and a half times. and i like, kept calling and calling but nothing. that was such a total recall. and what a total skank. and so Schwarziniggers fuckin this broad who looks like Sharon Stone and he gets all pussy-like and turns her over sideways and looks teary talkin bout how he aint never been to mars. fuck him. i aint been neither. i aint probably even seen movies about mars, but id be happier with tonsils grindin on Sharon Stone clit than a fucking red planet with not even enough water to drench her pussy back to full health after im done with it. and then he goes to his therapist and tells him he has dreams of running around on mars and Dr. Kats is like, "if you wanna go to mars, set up an appointment. but hes like, "fuck that" and machine guns more people than i've seen have sex in my life and then after he gets there, Urkle with a laser pointer drives him to mars bars in a fag cab. and this chick with three beautiful muffin bags and Schwarzinigger don't even suck one. anyway she gets shot and milk is spilling on the highway drowning possums and shit. but the capper is the guy in the mars lab basement talkin about "the key to quenching martians thirst is the red water" and he pulls up his shirt and this blackhead on his chest got so big that its letting out air at a speed where it sounds like words. that made me laugh and i was reminded of deaf retard #2 from The Ringer when he was trying to call for help.
(ru) wrote: i miss movie i love it best 80 's old school
(br) wrote: Even after all these years, and I saw this movie when it was new, this film stands up to the modern standards, without CGI, or any of the" modern" film technologies.
(us) wrote: Designing Woman (1957)This is a very nice adult romantic (and yet screwball) comedy from Vincente Minnelli. This isn't on TV very often, so if you get the opportunity to see it, please do. You won't regret it.Sports writer Mike Hogan (Gregory Peck) meets and falls in love with a fashion designer Marilla Brown (Lauren Bacall) in Los Angeles. It's a whirlwind romance and they get married on their way back to New York.Once they get back to their respective jobs and friends, they realize how different both of their worlds are from each other. Past romances are kind of a sore subject as well. Both Bacall and Peck are normally associated for mature, thoughtful, even kind of stiff characters and it's kind of interesting to see them doing pratfalls in a screwball comedy, but they do it very well.
(es) wrote: "Infestation" is not going to blow you away, or rank up there as one of the greatest creature features you've ever seen. It certainly doesn't challenge you in terms of genre expectations, but to its credit, the film does do what it set out to do - turn in a fun, no-frills bug movie.