The Decline of Western Civilization

The Decline of Western Civilization

The Los Angeles punk music scene circa 1980 is the focus of this film. With Alice Bag Band, Black Flag, Catholic Discipline, Circle Jerks, Fear, Germs, and X.

The documentary of director Penelope Spheeris surveys the Los Angeles punk music scene circa 1980 with Alice Bag Band, Black Flag, Catholic Discipline, Circle Jerks, Fear, Germs, and X. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Decline of Western Civilization torrent reviews

Notorious TIA (gb) wrote: I like all of films produced by rainforest films. Trois, Trois II, Trois III, Motives, Motives II, Stomp the yard, The gospel to name a few. I like that they show people of color in complex roles... we have dramas and issues too.

Amanda H (gb) wrote: Robert C played a good part in this

SwEeTnEsS X (ca) wrote: Love this wacky movie!

Sherry B (es) wrote: this movie was funny

Les E (de) wrote: A real treat. The accents of the kids are great. Best line - "All sorts of important people will come to see Jesus, maybe even the mayor of Burnley"

Matthew S (mx) wrote: This is one of the few Bergman films I had never seen. It was not what I expected. The film is actually quite sweet and even sentimental as we follow an old man on his way to be honored for his professional achievements. Along the way he reflects on his entire life and comes to realize that he has not only lived a self-imposed isolation, but a very lonely life. A life that has impacted those around him in ways he has not realized. Though sentimental, there are classic Bergman surreal moments captured in dreams and memories. While this film seems a good decade or so ahead of itself in cinematic art - this move feels, to me, to have aged in a not all-together positive way. Still, it is an accomplished work. It is most certainly, the most "accessible" Bergman film I've ever seen.

Joseph C (gb) wrote: Another in a series of classic Hitchcock films whose plot hinges on some dark coincidence: here the brushing of shoes. Everything in this film is top-notch: Walter's sociopathic Bruno vs Granger's rather feckless Guy, the genesis of the Burks-Hitchcock relationship and its wonderful cinematography, the disturbingly beautiful Hitchcockian murder sequence, perfect Tiomkin score. Few films are as much fodder for criticism both literary and philosophical as Hitchcock's, and this one will keep you up at night. Plus, it is just highly entertaining.

Tim S (de) wrote: Not my favorite Marx Bros. film. It has some funny bits in it, but it's hampered by exposition...and the magic just doesn't seem to be there.

Calvin R (ag) wrote: Saw 2 not for everyone, but its sadistically well put together .The plot is cliched, but the well character development, acting , gore and a solid twist makes this the best saw in its franchise.

Troy H (au) wrote: Extremely well acted study of a love triangle, most notable for its matter of fact and mercifully unjudgemental portrait of homosexuality. Compared with the later Brokeback Mountain, this doesn't make a huge to-do about the fact that two men are in love (or lust, at least) with each other and aren't afraid to show it.