Such Hawks Such Hounds
Such Hawks Such Hounds explores the music and musicians of the American hard rock underground circa 1970-2007, focusing on the psychedelic and '70s proto-metal-derived styles that have in recent years formed a rich body of unclassifiable sounds.
- Stars:Billy Anderson, Scott 'Wino' Weinrich, Scott Reeder, Matt Pike, Ian Christe, Mario Lalli, Tom Davies, Eddie Glass, Greg Anderson, Mark Arm, Jack Endino, Stephen McCarty, Geof O'Keefe, Chris Hakius, Al Cisneros,
- Director:Jessica Hundley, John Srebalus,
- Writer:John Srebalus
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(it) wrote: A casual dialog is fine but when you try too hard at a casual script, you get cheese.
(de) wrote: filmed in Moldavia an extreeemly low buget movie about a kind of a revolution,why do they even bother?
(ca) wrote: Haha typical JCVD movie
(kr) wrote: i have seen this before, just didnt remember much about it. pretty good, though Denzel prob should have been shot about 20 yrs earlier.
(jp) wrote: The Grandious Second Part of the Lone Wolf and Cub is a entertaining and extremly violent Samurai Movie brilliant directed with bombastic Fighting Scenes and with a great Soundtrack
(nl) wrote: Woody's wife of 2 years has finally had enough of Woody's deep neuroses. With the help of his best friend Diane Keaton and her husband Tony Roberts (also a friend) Woody begins to date women. Woody also receives advice and encouragement from the ghost of Humphrey Bogart whom only he can see and hear. Hilarious hijinks ensue as Woody pursues women, especially when he puts the moves on Diane Keaton.
(jp) wrote: Not good enough to comment on this masterpiece.
(jp) wrote: It's a great movie, and a unique take on the dystopian genre (by setting the film in a supposed Utopia). There's some great acting here from Sandra Bullock who truly comes off as alien due to the way society has changed. Even Rob Schneider does a pretty great job here. Unfortunately at some point the film does wear out it's welcome but overall the film is truly unique and should not be missed.
(es) wrote: There was one truly scary scene. Otherwise it's just hard to empathize with a woman too stupid to put on shoes or call 911.
(br) wrote: An enjoyable addition to the holiday season! Just the right amount of humor and scary - not for kids, but not a blood dripping film either. Lots of strong scares though! I loved the opening scene with the juxtaposition of Bing Crosby's "It's Beginning to Look Like Christmas" playing while the insanity of over consumerism is being shown on the screen! Nice message! The cast is really good, with Krista Stadler being dead on perfect in her role! And I liked the legend of Krampus - he is the shadow of Saint Nicholas, and like he had for thousands of years, Krampus came not to reward, but to punish. Not to give, but to take. Sorta makes for a killer Christmas, huh? ;-)what I did not like - my daughter outdoors screaming bloody murder = I move heaven and earth to save her!!! I do not, repeat DO NOT!, go back inside the house! What dad would, Adam Scott?