Hard-drinking novelist Zach Hutton spirals out of control after his wife and mistress both leave him. Alone and crippled by a bad case of writer's block, Zach slips in and out of casual relationships and one-night stands, while his drinking becomes more and more severe. With the help of a bartender and his therapist, Zach confronts his demons -- women and alcohol -- and rediscovers his writing voice.
- Stars:John Ritter, Vincent Gardenia, Alyson Reed, Joel Brooks, Julianne Phillips, Chelsea Field, Peter Donat, Don Gordon, Nina Foch, Denise Crosby, Michael Kidd, Dee Dee Rescher, Bryan Genesse, Bo Foxworth, Raye Hollitt,
- Director:Blake Edwards,
- Writer:Blake Edwards
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(ag) wrote: Filmmaker David Bond is concerned for the well-being of his own children and every child of their generation. Raised in front of screens he is worried to see a growing trend of kids having little or no interaction with nature or the outside, not just in terms of the nostalgic adventure of it all, but the proven mental and physical benefits of an active outdoor lifestyle for our development. Startlingly, children born today apparently have shorter life expectancies than their parents. So, with a harebrained scheme to 'sell' nature to the young as a product, he appoints himself 'Marketing Director of Nature' and sets about travelling the country meeting creatives, families and nature experts, learning more about the issues as he starts to build his campaign.Beginning in a fairly smug and self-satisfied way it's easy to take against Bond and his playful quest to get his middle-class kids to play over Hampstead Heath with apps, branding and viral videos. His heart is very much in the right place, but it's initially pretty elitist, ignoring many of the wider issues. However as these topics surrounding technology and children's lifestyles are discussed and explored the documentary takes on more significance. Perhaps it isn't just kids' reluctance to play in the woods, but parents and a society that have put the outside world - and, more importantly, independence and the freedom to explore - off limits. Why would your instinct be to play outside when your only experience of nature is a sanitised walk round a nature reserve with your parents? Are the internet and video games the only way children can now experience the feelings of freedom and escape that once belonged to the parks and streets? With our society fixated on the wildly exaggerated headline grabbing threats of abduction and paedophiles it's no wonder parents want to keep their kids under constant supervision. But with no exploration or risk it's no surprise that this has taken another form.'Project Wild Thing' is surprisingly evenhanded and as Bond's journey continues he is malleable enough to admit the failings of the project and is continually open to criticism and advice. This kind of openness is refreshing in a socially conscious documentary, a genre often militantly one-sided and preachy. His willingness to learn about the subject keeps us engaged as we share his journey - it's never massively revelatory, nor does it really achieve much, but the subject is an incredibly interesting one that deserves exploration.Whilst clearly having a problem at the very core of the film - the branding of the whole of nature is an insurmountable task - below the frothy, lightweight surface it contains something honest and distressing about the world we now live in. Getting kids to go out scrumping for apples and frolicking in meadows can't be achieved with a few billboards: it belongs to another time. As Bond realises, future generations will experience the beauty of nature in increasingly different ways, and perhaps the answer is not to fret about the change but simply get out there and enjoy it.
(kr) wrote: Fascinating look at a man whose energy and determination helped drive the conservative movement. Breitbart was not afraid to take on bigoted critics of the Tea Party and point out their lies. His involvement with James O'Keefe & Project Veritas exposed the corruption and immoral behavior of ACORN employees. Overall, this is an excellent introduction to the conservative movement, and Breitbart's efforts on its behalf.
(fr) wrote: Finally we have the answer! This is very good indeed!!! The Unfair series is one of the best Japanese TV.
(mx) wrote: this was one of the best movies i have ever seen. the acting along with the scenery took my breath away. the storyline kept me on my toes all the way to the end and it could do the same over and over again. if your looking to see a movie with a great plot and a crazy twist ending, watch this movie, you wont regret it.
(it) wrote: By far the best of the 3. Madagascar 2 is funny and heart warming with great references to pop culture though a clever script and fantastic voice acting. Everyone is brilliant but Ben Stiller, Chris Rock, David Schwimmer and Sacha Baron Cohen are particularly funny. The soundtrack is great too.
(us) wrote: i love my snake movies it gets a 5
(ru) wrote: In your life you should follow your heart only... mad you or not - doesn't matter.This world is crazy anywhere!
(br) wrote: Disappointing. Given the enormous amount of talent behind this and the subject matter, I expected a lot more, but it felt like it was thrown together at great speed to Make a Difference in the 2004 election. And how did *that* work out, anyway?
(kr) wrote: I did not like this movie
(kr) wrote: One the the funniest movies that I've seen ... highly recommended.
(ru) wrote: 'In the west confrontation is dynamic, in Asia it is not necessarily so, it is the moment when each character asks, which part of this pain shall I keep within myself.' Hmm... But, unlike The Scent of Green Papaya which is rather (self-)Orientalist in my view, I like this one (^ ^;)
(ag) wrote: Great emotional movie, worth watching big time.
(it) wrote: Fearless, sophisticated and debonair, Agent WD-40, a.k.a. Steele--Dick Steele, was The Agency's star spy until he left after his true love, a fellow agent, literally slipped through his fingers during a battle with the evil General Rancor.
(ag) wrote: A very typical Stephen Chow movie. Love it!!! :D
(it) wrote: elaborately schemed. twists and turns abound. but i'll stick with THE STING
(nl) wrote: (42%)A blood covered, weird arty western filled with metaphors and religious reference. There's hardly any dialogue, not a great deal of story, but that's hardly the point here as it's a movie about ideas not sense. Fans of alternative cinema will find something to admire, but most will be put off by the sheer craziness of it all, and the almost complete lack of standard narrative.
(it) wrote: Saw V has one of the mildest traps in the franchise but the story was sort of unique. It really could have ended right here but they've left a cliff hanger for the next film.
(br) wrote: Jamas crei encontrar una pelicula animada que fuera a detestar, aqui la tienen,
(es) wrote: I really enjoyed it. The performances are better than the story. The themes are familiar, but the plot is different from what I've seen. Nat. Port. is a beauty queen. JE, EM, and NE, all made a lot out of their characters. I might watch it again. It was a good ride.