The Burning Man Festival
Joe Winston's award-winning account of America's largest countercultural event. Thousands of people gather each summer in the Nevada desert to erect and burn a 40-foot tall human effigy. A temporary city rises from the dust and 100-degree heat, and a sort of anarchist society emerges. Festival goers strut naked, dance in the mud, create theatrical "Theme Camps," invent religions, shoot automatic weapons at stuffed animals, or whatever else they don't get enough of at home.
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(us) wrote: I do love the Professor Layton games, but I didn't expect a movie. The only con about this movie, is that, you can't cross a puzzler and a movie.
(de) wrote: Hilarious and completely f*cked up!
(au) wrote: A truly good, gritty, tense movie with an excellent cast and story line that has you gripped right to the very end. A brilliant British movie in my opinion!
(es) wrote: Anti meat propaganda film.. I'm a pet and animal lover and it will always sadden me to see the slaughter. But it is a fact of live. These cows (animals) are bred for this reason. I love meat and will continue to eat it. If these workers have the stomach to work there. More power to them. And I'm sure their pay is very good. (Minus the illegal-alien aspect). Still good pay anyway for them. According to the movie. It is interesting when they mentioned all the shit and piss in all the meat factory field being stored in shit ponds or where ever. That freaks me out. Cuz even that much cattle crapping in one area, will somehow get to out streams and water sources. Even sink into the ground water. But then again. The soil still should filter it enough before it gets to the water table. I hope that most of the cattle meat farms are in states with flat elevation when the shit water does flow to quickly to our streams. But it's 2014. Our technology and knowledge have corrected many of these common sense concerns. I like many if the actors in this movie but I suggest not watching it. It sucked.. And believe it or not, it didn't verbally assault the meat industry to bad. Just tried showing us. It seems to stay away from the politics also.
(mx) wrote: I didn't think anyone could portray sex as so lurid and a rise and fall so uncomfortable, especially when the person falling, has no idea that it's happening. This criminally underrated 2002 effort is a biopic about Bob Crane, the star of the 1960's hit show "Hogan's Heroes" and the dark underbelly of fame. Director Paul Schrader (who wrote "Taxi Driver" and "Raging Bull") has a flair for painting a damning portrait of a man in permanent free fall, in which Crane goes from a respectable family man to a sex addicted has been that documented all of his sexual experiences on video, a new technology at the time. Schrader and his cinematographer have a wonderful way of establishing mood, starting the film off in bright, colorful tones as if it were a Brady Bunch episode before sinking into a dark and lurid handheld world of a man who is living by excess. The movie becomes very uneasy to watch and it's all the more clear by watching a man who seems to live in delusion Kinnear turns in the best performance of his career and a sharp contrast from the kinds of likable guys he's played in the past. His portrait of Crane is a man whose career is fading and his lust, both literally and figuratively have eclipsed both his career and his life. Dafoe complements him well as a colleague who turned out to be either Crane's best friend or a creepy user coasting by on his celebrity. Dafoe's Carpenter is almost like the seductive demon who draws Crane into a world that the actor can't get out. A good movie overall, but not for those who can't handle watching dark material.
(es) wrote: Slow moving drama, but captures ordinary people and thoughts and desires in a sincere manner.
(kr) wrote: Funny, insightful and unabashedly sensitive, Shallow Hal finds Jack Black in top form and Gwyneth Paltrow delivering one of her most profoundly affecting supporting performances in this sweet romantic comedy about a shallow man who discovers the essential importance in falling in love with women for their emotional beauty rather than their physical attractiveness.
(de) wrote: The Lambada is about to be performed on TV in this okay movie about the taboo sexual looking dance.
(au) wrote: A cruelly funny film that still ranks as one of my all time favorite comedies. The ensemble cast features actors who are at the height of their comedic powers.
(ca) wrote: A shocking and cryptic tale of mental illness, spirituality and love, "Through a Glass Darkly" touches on a variety of subjects spiritual and temporal: art, morality, familial relationships, mental illness, the existence and nature of God. Uniquely structured, Bergman's film feels reminiscent of a highly intelligent version of many psychological thrillers and horror stories. The sense of despair and questioning permeates this picture, and though it might occasionally be a bit too dense for its own good, it certainly is a film which will leave a mark on the viewer with remarkable visual and lyrical poetry.
(jp) wrote: Love this movie, just something about it always makes me laugh! Always puts a smile on my face and just is a happy movie PLUS I THINK THE SOUNDTRACK IS GREAT!
(br) wrote: This is a movie the actors were either rushed/poor. If you have an appreciation for martial arts; concepts conveyed are thought provoking, not for the different styles, people in general. I thought?