The Alien Factor
A spaceship containing specimens for an intergalactic zoo crashes on Earth near a small back woods town. The specimens escape, and soon town folk are turning up mutilated. Very low budget feature was the first for Baltimore filmmaker Don Dohler.
- Stars:Don Leifert, Tom Griffith, Richard Dyszel, Mary Mertens, Richard Geiwitz, George Stover, Eleanor Herman, Anne Frith, Christopher Gummer, Don Dohler, Dave Ellis, Dave Geatty, Margie Van Tassell, Tony Malanowski, Debbie Pietron,
- Director:Don Dohler,
- Writer:Don Dohler
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(fr) wrote: Withers is perhaps most regularly recalled for his voice - both booming and vulnerable at the same time - but this affectionate portrait by directors Baker and Vlack sets it within the context of Withers the man... He's a resolutely uncontroversial figure, a musician who married young to a smart UCLA graduate, Marcie, raised a family, and flourished on stability where many of his contemporaries nosedived into excess. If that leaves the directors with not a huge deal to say over their 77 minutes, it's still refreshing to find someone who's survived the machinations of the music industry with no regrets and no hang-ups: a genuine nice guy whose entirely casual attitude to fame and the making of music - illustrated perfectly here by a "TOTP" appearance that sees the singer wearing the sort of rugby shirt you or I might don to nip to the garage of a Sunday morn - is nothing less than a joy to behold.
(au) wrote: I usually never comment but this is fucked up
(ru) wrote: I'll have to re-watch (after re-recording obviously) when I'm not so tired - ended up fast forwarding most of it - but from what I saw I didn't have any investment/attachment to any character, regardless of their morals/ethics - except for maybe the young dude who liked the concubine, tbh.
(br) wrote: dont really like this film
(fr) wrote: "Before the Rain" could be easily translated as "the deep breath before the plunge", as Gandalf said in The Return of the King. It is the gap of time before something explodes. Milcho Manchevski drives our attention to a new country: Macedonia and their racial issues. Throughout the film he sketches two diverse landscapes of European life: the modern open-minded and avant-garde landscape (set in London) and the pastoral tribal landscape (set in Macedonia). He formulates the question whether they will continue to lead new things, or they will go back to the old tribal habits. Also, he depicts the human desire for violence in the name of race, religion and honor, which is the BIGGEST human weakness, in my opinion. Finally, he delivers a circled story made of three parts; three parts which are only connected by violence, thus saying, the world has violence as a major linker. I have to say I got this only after reading the Criterion Collection booklet, but having read this, I enjoyed the film a lot more. I highly recommend it, but it can be difficult to get the whole if you're not a big shot historian or sociologist.
(es) wrote: Willis plays a very convincing (and deserving) villian, with Moore, Headly, and Keitel rounding out an excellent cast. A whodoneit with a bit of different twist that's well worth viewing. F. Prefect
(ru) wrote: An all time favourite.. the best comedy movie
(gb) wrote: a chilling masterpiece
(us) wrote: Based on the 1924 case of Nathan Leopold Jr and Richard Loeb, two wealthy upper-crust college students who methodically planned the kidnapping and murder of a 14 yr old boy (Robert Franks).A solid, well acted docu-drama that, near the end, suffers from an over abundance of preachy thespianism. It's one thing to cast the legendary Orson Welles as a Clarence Darrow-ish defense attorney in an obviously anti death penalty message film, but it's awfully highhanded to let him rant incessantly about the barbarics of capital punishment. In effect, he's not a cast member with a script who is reciting monologue to a judge, he's an actor with an agenda speaking to us (the audience).A memorable but highly liberal classic.
(ca) wrote: Very silly movies that is great for a lot of laughs!
(br) wrote: Kept and held my attention throughout the entire film. A very passionate story about the tragedy of war and love.