The Bare Wench Project 2: Scared Topless

The Bare Wench Project 2: Scared Topless

Totally mindless entertainment that works well as a spoof. However, when the absurdity of the whole thing starts coming into focus, you'll be rolling on the floor laughing like my friends and I were. Luckily, the flick spoofs a few of the horror movies out there, mainly Blair Witch 1, and does not spoof the horrible sequel, Book of Shadows. Be on the look out of the next installment.

Totally mindless entertainment that works well as a spoof. However, when the absurdity of the whole thing starts coming into focus, you'll be rolling on the floor laughing like my friends and I were. Luckily, the flick spoofs a few of the horror movies out there, mainly Blair Witch 1, and does not spoof the horrible sequel, Book of Shadows. Be on the look out of the next installment. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mi B W (it) wrote: Singing is awesome. Acting not bad. Storyline too preachy.

Michelle D (gb) wrote: man. this is one of his best!

Jacob S (es) wrote: Polish classic. "To be KURWA, or not to be!" LOL

R Treybian P (au) wrote: I feel.... insulted. I feel like I was flipped the big F... YOU, to my intellegence, and to my fandom. U created an awesome plot concept- Immortals, with a shroud over their origins, and why they must battle till there's only one. U developed awesome characters- Conner & Duncan MacLeod, Methos, Amanda, and Joe (don't even get me started). And u dare put this crap of a movie out, to answer the question all us fans have wanted answered for 20 years. And ur answer is.... they get to conceive a kid. The answer is suddenly they aren't shooting blanks, when they screw? That's the prize? That's why they've been decapitating each other? Boinking, and popping out a brat? And then it starts over again? ARE U FUCKING KIDDING?!!! I tried to overlook the bullshit insult in ENDGAME, where Jacob Kell kills not just one but several Immortals on Holy ground, and absolutely nothing catastrophic happened. But this? This unforgivable. U FUCKING KILLED JOE, FOR THAT? HUH? WHAT??!!!! I WOULD RATHER THEY'D JUST LEFT THE QUESTION UNANSWERED. AND, WE'RE SUPPOSE TO BUY THAT IT'S JUST COINCIDENCE THAT THE ONE FEMALE IMMORTAL CHOSEN TO BE A MOTHER, JUST SO HAPPENS TO BE DUNCAN'S EX-WIFE? DUNCAN, METHOS, DUNCAN'S EX, and the OTHER THREE IMMORTALS- WHOM AREN'T EVEN WORTH MENTIONING CAUSE I HAVE NO IDEA WHO THEY ARE- WEREN'T EVEN THE LAST Of THE IMMORTALS, SO EVEN THE "THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE" CREDO MEANS NOTHING!!!! OH WAIT, THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE "MOM & DAD"! FUCK NO, CUZ THEY SAID ONE! NOT ONE MAN & ONE WOMAN! THIS SHITTY ATTEMPT AT TYING UP THE HIGHLANDER SAGA JUST FUCKING BLEW CHUNKS!!! AND I THOUGHT, THE ATTEMPT TO MAKE THE IMMORTALS ALIENS WAS AN INSULT!!

Senor C (us) wrote: Narrated by Woody Harrelson this documentary on pot is composed entirely of archival footage which is really great if you like the retro. For how much entertainment value Reefer Madness has now you don't really know how such propaganda does more damage then good. The war on marijuana is crazy stretching into the billions of dollars. The drug has gotten a black eye over the years even being blamed as a direct link the heroin addiction. Cannabis may be a gateway drug but so is alcohol and the government taxes the shit out of that. They should just legalize pot & tax it. They would make billions instead on squandering it.

Claudia G (es) wrote: wolves with hairstyle...

Robert I (mx) wrote: The TV PG version is better than the R version, but a really good film nonetheless.

Nate W (gb) wrote: The premise of "Taste of Cherry", that of a man driving around looking for a random person to bury him after he commits suicide, might have worked better as a book or play (or at least an experimental piece of street theatre). Even at a lean 95 minutes, it moves rather slowly, but no one can blame it of lacking originality. It is well acted by central star Homayoun Ershadi, and director Abbas Kiarostami keeps his visuals just dynamic enough (via gradual editing and shifting camera POVs) to maintain our gaze. Ultimately, it's a slice of philosophical life as framed through one man's encounters with a variety of characters, all of whom offer a new perspective on the value of life in Iran circa 1997. A novel approach, but one that requires an awful lot of patience.

Ian M (it) wrote: I didn't like this movie. It's not the weird parts either. I thought the disturbing scenes were well directed. I had two problems with this movie. First, there was no real fluidity from scene to scene. It didn't play consistently smooth as I'd have liked. Second, to me a black comedy is supposed to mix in the discomfort with laughter, creating an even weirder discomfort. There was not much "comedy" to the "blackness." Take Dr. Strangelove. It worked because it made you laugh while looking at global level destruction. This movie, however, used up all it's humor in the title scene and the aunts' scenes. Just not impressed.

Bill B (nl) wrote: Okay, so for a start, the monster looks kinda silly, but if you're willing to look the other way on that front (and I am, as a fan of the original short story), there's a pretty decent little horror film here. A pagan god is released from the Earth and proceeds to debauch and devour everything around him.It's not perfect, but it is a fairly serviceable version the source material.

Corey W (ca) wrote: I wouldn't be able to stop watching Sharon Stone either.