There never seems to be anything good on television these days -- especially when it's beaming hallucinatory visions of horror and mayhem into your brain. This provocative computer-animated sci-fi fantasy from Michael Boydstun offers a surreal and twisted satire on modern television featuring a mind-bending gothic soundtrack from Seattle artists Scott Rockenfield of Queensryche and Sir-Mix-A-Lot.
There never seems to be anything good on television these days -- especially when it's beaming hallucinatory visions of horror and mayhem into your brain. This provocative computer-animated sci-fi fantasy from Michael Boydstun offers a surreal and twisted satire on modern television featuring a mind-bending gothic soundtrack from Seattle artists Scott Rockenfield of Queensryche and Sir-Mix-A-Lot. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: DC Entertainment's animation department really knows what theyre doing with these movies. Theyre creative and fun, just overall a good time. There was one minor complaint with the film, especially if you like Swamp Thing. He kind of got the short end of the stick. For that its minus one star, but its not enough to make me dislike the movie as a whole. I highly recommend this movie.
(fr) wrote: Watchinn this movie & already in the very beginning I get a disappointing feeling welling inside that something is NOT right...Most of the fight choreography seemed to move half speed & it wuz painfully obvious that the fighters and or actors were HOLDING back their punches & submissions to the point where it wuz THAT noticeable? D.Cain did a believable job & H. Herring also did a good job at playing a bad guy. Lots of great fighters in this movie like F. Mir,R.Huerta & K. Slice.The story wuz NOT unique & the action wuz just ok & the direction wuz a bit confusing. Aloha...Shootzden...Ouwwtzzzaahh!
(gb) wrote: Ooooh, sooooo wanna see!!!
(mx) wrote: Other than a bit dry, a nice documentary about NY Times crossword puzzle nets and tournament players. I think I originally wanted to see it because Jon Stewart is one of the doers in the movie, though admittedly, I added it long ago and was disappointed when I saw it was finally coming (meaning I was out of feature-type films). Maybe the coolest thing about the movie is the big tournament in Connecticut (I think). If you've ever done something once a year, be it a workshop or a family reunion, you know the scene. A lot of people compete in the tournament, so it's pretty cool that they all plan and do this each year. And as the one lady says, sad that not everyone makes it back, etc. It's just like any other annual get together. What better way to mark personal progress? Film-wise, it's just a little too dry. I really have no interest in the actual puzzles minus maybe the way they are created. The interviews are not all that great, even Stewart's. And it's not like it has scenes that are just going to grab you. It's a movie about friggin crossword puzzles.
(mx) wrote: Switchback features some fantastic stunts and an enjoyably enthusiastic Danny Glover but also suffers from an over-reliance on implausible coincidences to progress the story as well as an unfinished closure.
(jp) wrote: I was curious about this and watched it on netflix. One of Johnny Depps early movies, but just a lame cheesy 80's comedy.
(it) wrote: American Graffiti is honestly one of few of George Lucas's best works, I immediately get a sense of his creativity but where did it all go anyways back to the review, American Graffiti is one of those nostalgic and interesting views of the 1960's just a year before innocence and dreadful happenings took over this era, a year before JFK was assassinated and escalation caused young men to be sent to die in Vietnam and to face the brutal realities of the world. innocence is key as these young students are getting ready to be sent off to college with a great performance by Richard Dreyfuss who plays Curt a curious and excited person who not sure what he wants to do with his future as he chases the mysterious blonde in the T-Bird, Paul Le Mat as John as a layed back man who is known for his talented driving skills in racing and for having the most bitchin car in the valley who tends to get in trouble every now and then, Ron Howard as Steve a person who is liked by the valley and is very popular to most with a girlfriend Laurie played by CIndy Williams he has problems with as he says they should possibly break up as he will being going to college and she and him still have trouble as their feelings are still intact, and Charles Martin Smith as Terry a young kid who is picked on and eventually runs into some crazy things a girl who will actually talk to him, trying to get booze, witnessing a robbery, and getting jumped while trying to still his friend's car back. The acting is great is this film with great performances by the cast above including Harrison Ford as Falfa a racer that ones to race John to see if he's really as good as everyone says but is stupid at times which to something crazy towards the end of the film. One thing that really adds and amazing touch is the Wolfman Jack a funny charismatic Disc Jockey who doesn't want his identity to be known as Curt confronts him at the Radio Station as he's clueless at first as Wolfman says he isn't the Wolfman and gives advice to Curt as Curt asks that he makes a deditication to the mysterious blonde, and as Curt leaves the station he looks behind and notices Wolfman Jack getting into character and talking in his iconic voice making for a great scene that is memorable and one of my favorite scenes in the film. I look at it as you see this personalities collide into a story with interesting people, settings, and plot lines that makes this movie great and it shows that at the end life hit these kids as the innocence dies as at the end reveals in 1964 he his killed by a drunk driver which is ironic as he states to the young girl he gets stuck with about the kid who rammed into a drunk driver which is a nice touch to this story and sad but life is sad which this movie shows and Terry is reported missing in action in the Vietnam War, Curt becomes a writer, and Steve becomes a insurance agent. It shows a lot can happen in one day and a lot can a happen in life with a great directing style and script it would be unbelievably hard not to suggest American Graffiti.
(br) wrote: Un film d'asile au XVIIIe s. qui vaut surtout par le personnage inquietant de Boris Karloff et les pensionnaires dudit asile. Quelques scenes et le final sonnent un peu artificiel, mais l'intrigue est agreable a suivre.
(fr) wrote: Brilliant documentary.
(kr) wrote: Like Crazy offers a both sweet and heartbreaking love story with a charismatic couple at the center.