Lucy is a university student who is working a number of jobs. She volunteers at a research lab, works at a coffee shop, and as a photocopy clerk in an office. She responds to an advertisement and embarks on an erotic freelance job in which she is required to sleep in bed alongside paying customers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Kabir S (au) wrote: This is great story telling and beautiful animation. A world created that is authentically India. For once Indian animation without an inferiority complex and full faith in the power of their cultural myths. highly recommend it.
Peter F (ca) wrote: Given the age of Alejandro Jodorowsky (arguably the most elusively important cult film director of his era), The Dance of Reality may very well turn out to be his swan song, but what a magnificent and all-encompassing film to go out on. Acting as an autobiography-cum-fantasy, Jodorowsky takes audiences on a spiritual journey through his childhood, presenting events both real and metaphorical. It's a visual feast that's just as flourishing and philosophical as any other film in his discography, heightened by his idiosyncratic sense of humor that's often as grotesque as it playful. Of less flattering manner though, The Dance of Reality has similar flaws to Jodorowsky's past work, as it's a film that shows no concern over arc or pacing, and the second half is often meandering, and at times a bit messy thematically. Still, true believers will attest that these flaws are necessary for the Jodorowsky brand, and The Dance of Reality is without measure his most personal and heart-felt work, and therefore quite possibly his best.
Joe K (au) wrote: same entertainment value as his other acts
Jason G (br) wrote: A good doc, but more could have been added. Seemed like there was absolutely no physical evidence presented and lots of background information was missing. It was really nice to see the families receive at least some justice in the case.
Charles C (br) wrote: The experience of watching this horrible piece of crap made me ashamed of humanity. It literally depressed me that anyone could or would enjoy it. Stupid humor, sex and fart jokes at it's worst. Way below even the comic genius of Married With Children. Duckman kind of did the same things, but at least that show was funny and relateable. I didn't laugh ONCE during TtR, and neither should you. Oh and I didn't forget to give it a star rating, I really give it zero.
Jasmin L (mx) wrote: nothing beats the original
nirsiya p (it) wrote: gd film....veri old tho
April N (de) wrote: Watch this movie and wake up each day with a renewed resolve to make each day matter, be thankful for what you have, and to hug your children. A sobering vision of what war does to them. Will we ever learn?
Dan H (jp) wrote: God, where do I start? This film is terrible, just awful. true, there are some chuckle-worthy moments and I can definitely relate to some parts of the film (Not being able to cry at funerals and feeling terrible about it, Seeing your hometown as boring, lame, and dead. Seeing your old friends grow up to either do nothing or become something you never thought they would be or just isn't them. Feeling lost, adrift, and aimless), if the film was actually about a guy doing some soul searching....maybe it would have been good. It likes to pretend thats what it's about but it's really just a generic, bland, rom-com-dram (It likes to pretend that it's deeper than it actually is. It's also downright harmful as it seems to encourage people to stop taking their meds.). Natalie Portman's Sam is easily one of the worst, most unrealistic, and most annoying and grating females in film (She is a manic pixie dream girl on coke, and I don't mean the soda. I really wanted someone to shoot her point blank in the face). It's also really annoying that one of the main themes is wanting to do something original and unique that no one has ever done before (This is brought up twice). Get the fuck over yourself Braff. Zach Braff's Andrew doesn't fare a whole lot better than Sam does as he is almost a non-prescence in the film. You don't ever really feel any emotion towards him as he is an apathetic, extremely depressed man. He's the focal point of our story, but kind of just wanders around. He never really adds anything to the plot, or even does anything. He's the human equivalent of wallpaper, he just kind of blends into the background for the whole film. The film is very quirky, like through the roof quirky.....to the point where it starts to make you nauseous. I also found it downright insulting that the film seems to imply that all you really need is a girl, and that a man is defined by the girl he's with. Topped off with a fairly awful soundtrack, Garden State offers little for anyone. SKIP IT!
Scott R (es) wrote: When I first saw "Fantastic Four," I remember specifically thinking that it was the worst movie I had ever seen, at least if you exclude my Niece's Barney videos. Ten years and a failed reboot later, it still is. There are certainly films that have fallen farther; movies that squandered a great idea or a great source, pictures whose unrealized potential haunts my dreams far more than this piece of drivel possibly could. But none of them aspired to so little and still managed to deliver so badly. I am deeply worried that the 45% audience rating and tanking of the remake just might direct an unsuspecting comic fan to this suckfest of a movie, and so it is with a pained heart that I remember, and I write.In the days before Christopher Nolan took over Batman and "Marvel Cinematic Universe" was a thing that was said, comic/superhero movies had a playbook so simple that even the romcom playbook was jealous.It starts with a hero that is either interesting or charismatic and can express two or more emotions, although the cooler his or her power is, the less their personal character matters. The leader of the F4 is Reed Richards, a science nerd. His power is that he's elastic, and yet he's played by a pine board with a quizzical face drawn on it, or as IMDb calls it, "Ioan Gruffudd." Jessica Alba plays Sue Storm, and manages sometimes to correctly emote frustration that people thinks she'd look good naked if she wasn't so invisible. Michael Chiklis turns into the Thing, a rock-man that is sad that it's a rock; while Chris Evans does all that is asked of him, which is to look like an athletic, pretty teenager and act like he is a teenager who knows he's athletic and pretty. In fact, the only talented acting, the only character with any depth and any pathos, is done by The Thing during a seven minute tangent. And when I say it's done by The Thing, I mean the CGI animation, not Michael Chiklis (a talented actor with little do to here). Grade: D.The second part of the playbook, in an origin movie, is showing how the heroes got their powers, and how they are transformed. In F4, four people who already qualify to be astronauts fail to raise their shields too quickly and are hit with star dust. Their response is not inner turmoil, ensuring their secret identities, or really trying to reverse the process. They skip ahead pretty quickly to posing for magazine covers. Grade: F.The final part of the playbook is the development of an archenemy to our hero, who has a need for something the hero is an obstacle to, so that they can oppose each other in a massive final fight se quence. The villain here, Viktor von Doom, is BFFs with the astronaut team, doesn't go to space, and then somehow...kinda gets jealous and turns himself to metal for no particular reason so he can dominate the world??? Even the Transformer movies had a nominal MacGuffin. Even The Green Lantern had a more colorable villain story. Grade: FU, audience.There's something fundamentally problematic in splitting your hero cache between four uninteresting people with but one interesting power between them. Fantastic Four is the second of three awful movies to bear that name, and hopefully Marvel Studios will consign the franchise to the dustbin of history where it belongs. This particular iteration, however, is noteworthy for the studio's utter lack of interest in casting talented, film-experienced leads or requiring them to have character traits for such a big-budget production, for how infuriating the weak action and nonsensical plot was, and for how, in spite of the infuriation, the whole film just creates an underwhelming sense of blah. Some awful films are at least noteworthy or interesting for the way that they are awful; some even develop a cult following or get picked up in film school. Fantastic Four is not any of these things. It is merely a stain on human creativity, one which should not be viewed by anyone, ever.
Russell H (mx) wrote: once again, very boring. I am shocked that there are three more of these. 2 of them don't even have Walken. This film gets a bonus star because of Christopher again.
Christopher B (br) wrote: Epic miniseries which helped reintroduce Japanese film and culture to English speakers.
Hiroshi M (ru) wrote: 70's,one honest man vs. THE CORPORATION in a small town revenge flick. There's none sleazier than L.Q. Jones, with Slim Pickens as his right hand man to boot. You got the old balck man Pop's who risks all to help our young hero.And throw in Kay Lenz as the loyal but suffering wife. Classic 70's drive-in movie. Believe it or not I actually read the book after seeing the movie.
The Critic (ag) wrote: Although not up to the standard of many of their previous films, the mere presence of Laurel and Hardy makes their last feature film worth seeing at least once. The atmosphere is somewhat quieter, not so lively, but there's still some fun to be had in this (sometimes) amusing venture. The final is scene is rather appropriate.
Justin B (nl) wrote: It wasn't terrible; the performances aren't bad and it can occasionally evoke a laugh or relatable 'awe'. BUT; in all honesty, I f*cking hated it. I'm a twenty something who has no direction in life and even I found this tedious and hard to put up with. BOO HOO.
Roy S (ag) wrote: This movie was filmed in Austin while I was in high school there. That is about the only thing going for it. The soundtrack is good, but given that Meat Loaf, Hank Williams Jr., Roy Orbison, Asleep At The Wheel, Alice Cooper and Blondie are in it it should probably be even better. Strictly a curiosity piece.
Scott C (gb) wrote: I used to love Patricia Arquette, so that's why I saw this. It was semi-bearable, but not a good film by any stretch of the imagination.
Paul J (mx) wrote: I grew up watching this film and it made an indelible mark on me as a child. Its pro-nature message, combined with the mystery and suspense, made it an unforgettable experience. Surprisingly, years later, it still totally holds up. Plenty of excitement, character drama and best of all there isn't a false note. Perhaps because it's based off a true story. Remarkably, this movie was tapping into a relevant social concern that would become tenfold in years to come. Who would have thought something starring the memorably odd Powers Boothe would mean so much.