Plaster Caster

Plaster Caster

Plaster Caster is an intimate documentary portrait of legendary artist and groupie, Cynthia Plaster Caster famous for plaster casting the penises of rock stars, including, most notoriously,...

Plaster Caster is an intimate documentary portrait of legendary artist and groupie, Cynthia Plaster Caster famous for plaster casting the penises of rock stars, including, most notoriously,... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Brice B (ca) wrote: Great cast in this off beat shortcuts movie.Many scenes are enjoyable and politically incorrect.

Andrew L (ca) wrote: If you're thinking "I don't know if I have it in me for another Rocky movie", well you've got one last Rocky movie viewing in ya. This is a terrific farewell to Rocky. Those left dissatisfied with Rocky V, this is the finale you were hoping for. It's a lot more in the spirit and tone of the original Rocky. Slower paced, character driven, heavy with the dialogue. The writing and dialogue is amazing. Rocky never sounded more like Rocky, with his Rocky-ism's. It was a joy to hear all he had to say. He gives a few more pep-talks than need be, but it's all the more inspiring.

Farouk A (ru) wrote: You won't like Picasso from this movie. But I think the movie was all about his personality rather than creativity. You will enjoy the movie, but, you won't know much about Picasso.

Masorad (ag) wrote: Interpolates Tourneur & Lewton's "I Walked With a Zombie" while meditating on post-colonial inertia, malaise and identity. Costa employs a dream logic while unfolding the plot (such as it is) and his composition is a National Geographic proof sheet: throwaway sublime and eternal mundane.

Christopher S (kr) wrote: Off beat, visual, not quite children's movie. Suppose it could have taken itself more seriously but that may have made it worse. Serviceable movie not much good or bad to say about this one.

Roseana M (de) wrote: One of my favorite ballet movies!

Hal M (mx) wrote: Joseph Heller's great novel makes for poor source material as a motion picture. Mike Nichols, still in his prime, took a decent shot at it. But nogo. It's watchable, has some moments, a good cast. Yet the scenes never really synch properly, and the picture never achieves an authenticity of tone. Catch-22 the book was a true one-off-- author Heller himself could never recapture the magic in his subsequent novels; he doesn't seem to be the same Joseph Heller as wrote Catch-22! So I guess not so surprising screenwriter Buck Henry can't replicate that mojo here either.

Sooty M (ru) wrote: Having grown up in a world in which virtually every aspect of living was very gender specific, I could not help but initially find the brony phenomenon a tad unsettling, even though my rational mind told me that as long something was not a destructive force, there really shouldn't be anything wrong with it. But the documentary progressed to illustrate that My Little Pony generally had a very positive effect on its fans. Well, whatever it takes for us to not maim or kill one another senselessly...

Daniel A (gb) wrote: Utter perfection and mastery

Christopher S (ru) wrote: 5 stars because it was an enjoyable slasher. I liked it.Huge Halloween rip-off like many have stated before but still a nice little slasher movie. The killer isn't scary one bit. He reminds me of Peter Bark if he grew to normal size. Not overly gory either but at least we get to see some boobs. Things to watch for: tee-pee massacre, magically reappearing/disappearing undies/shorts, a montage of the girls trying on clothes to really crappy music, a brick being thrown at the killer, & a guy that looks like Poindexter from Revenge of the Nerds.Nothing too memorable but still a fun slasher for anyone that's into cheesy slasher films from the 1980s.Robert Axelrod.

Julia C (au) wrote: Spalding Gray as Spalding Gray via Steven Soderbergh, and perfect as such. Seven years and one day ago, the world lost an amazing writer, storyteller, and person. WARNING: HEARTBREAKING DISCUSSIONS OF SUICIDE FANTASIES CAN NOT BE UNSEEN.