SuicideGirls: The First Tour

SuicideGirls: The First Tour

What Playboy magazine was to the 1950's, SuicideGirls is to the new millennium: a revolutionary lifestyle brand that combines the DIY attitude of underground culture with a vibrant, ...

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Jordon J (kr) wrote: The premise is a whopper of a bad idea, made all the more disheartning by the notion that someone thought highly enough of it to see it as a feasible outlet for movie comedy. I SAY SKIP IT!!!

Stephen S (br) wrote: Decent. Not nearly as bad as I thought it would be. Definitely kept me entertained for 90 minutes, which is more than I can say for most vampire films I've seen.

Sisse H (jp) wrote: This is seriously one of the best independent movies I have seen. Merely for the fact that is is very realistic and the premise just really worked. Social comedy at its best!

Laura M (kr) wrote: I love this movie the tiger cubs are sooo cute.

Charlie E (mx) wrote: It's okay. Not that funny as it seems.

Johnny F (ca) wrote: This is the worst action flick ever.

Jacob D (kr) wrote: Hay Paul!!! This movie is amazing!!!!!

Bill J (gb) wrote: Cool movie. Unique plot line.

Mike L (br) wrote: Except for a cheesy ending this is a great movie! One of my all time favorites!

Tim S (ag) wrote: Some movies say that they are disturbing and the only thing that they have that is kind of creepy is a midget dressed up as a clown. But if you ever really want to see what disturbing is, you should watch this movie and understand the fact that there are parts of this movie that I really don't think anyone is able to watch all the way through. Who knows? Maybe you don't think self mutilation such as scrubbing yourself with a steel brillo pad is that bad, but there were multiple times I turned away from the screen. Don't get me wrong, that is not why I liked this movie or even recommend it (in fact, I would not be surprised if you turned it off halfway through), but it was the sound design that was really amazing and kept you in the head of this psychotic. I thought the cop angle was cheesy, but understood it enough for it not to bother me. Great ending. If you want to see the same movie with no mutilation, put Keane in the que.

Michael R (ag) wrote: The marketing of Charles Manson..

Gabriel Arthur P (ru) wrote: This is the most qualified review I could ever possibly write. After having watched 1000s of other films across 30 years since I first watched this movie something like 100 times, I can say: Ladyhawke IS. THE. best film... ever made.

Alexander P (ag) wrote: 'Unlike you poor souls, Mr Ford has had the wisdom never to marry. He is, therefore, a completely happy man.' Despite being more silly slapstick than dark comedy, this classic Lemmon flick is good fun.

Walter M (kr) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]In "Saint Joan," Joan(Jean Seberg) is a 17-year old peasant who calmly informs the local official, Baudricourt(Archie Duncan), that she has been receiving instructions from saints telling her to dress like a soldier, lift the siege of Orleans from the English and that the Dauphin(Richard Widmark) be crowned king. Sensing that they have nothing to lose, he sends her off with a letter of introduction to the royal court. They hesitate in admitting her until she accurately predicts a soldier's death. And picking the Dauphin out of a crowd does not hurt either...[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]Written by Graham Greene(based on the play by George Bernard Shaw) and directed by Otto Preminger, "Saint Joan" is a very intelligent movie with excellent performances from John Gielgud and Richard Widmark, who is cast so far against type that it made my head spin. The movie has a surfeit of ideas but stints on the drama which takes away from understanding Joan's appeal and spirituality. Plus, there are no battle scenes, even with the infamous burning scene as the climax of the film. [/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]The central conflict is one of faith versus religion and how they are not always the same thing. And there is a very interesting conversation about torture which is relevant especially in these times. Speaking of an idea ahead of its time, Joan is adamant in dressing as a man and wanting to be a solider, instead of a wife and mother, one of the offenses she is indicted for.[/font]

Amanda C (br) wrote: This is a film that is only remembered for its contribution to colour cinematography. Without that link it would have long since have disappeared into obscurity. The script is pedestrian and the plot is plodding. The actors try to breathe some life into this film, but fall horribly short. Becky Sharp is fully dominated by colour with the palette taking all of the attention and focus, not just of the viewer, but also of the filmmakers, negating all other substance of the film.

Darrin C (ag) wrote: Much better than expected! Takes place almost exclusively in a third world prison and the acting/sets were so good that I could smell dirty Mexicans coming through the screen! This kind of reminded me of an extra long season 3 episode of Prison Break. The plot stayed focused and good amounts of violence ensues.

Justin O (ca) wrote: I tried to watch this trash 3 times, and each time I fell asleep.

Benjamin O (de) wrote: Monotonous monologues.

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