The End of Men
It used be that everyone knew what it meant to be a man. A man was rugged and reliable and got the job done. But then came the worst recession in 80 years. So what happens now that the job is gone? The End of Men is a compelling new documentary that takes a profound look at how men are coping with the evolving role of masculinity in today's world, where the old rules no longer apply.
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The End of Men torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Finally saw this. Interesting, but things are moving so fast in media that it's already a little dated. Carr is extremely entertaining and brilliant, which alone makes it worth watching.
(ag) wrote: The Poughkeepsie Tapes is the first mainstream horror film from the Dowdle brothers who have been making solid genre entries ever since; yet almost no one has seen their debut film due to a bizarre lack of distribution. This is a found footage/mockumentary film that is obviously poised to be the next, Blair Witch Project, but for unknown reasons the film was pulled from theatrical release and has never seen the light of day on DVD/Blu-ray either; the only way to view this is by streaming it online. Mythology aside, this is an extremely disturbing horror film that plays out all-too-real scenarios of graphic murder (based on actual crimes) that is designed to shock, but at times I felt it pushed the boundary too far. Mimicking the style of the Blair Witch Project, we view investigators recanting the crime scenes, news reports discussing the serial killer, and interviews with the victims' families; all while viewing the tapes ourselves. It's effectiveness is in it's simplicity with some of the footage not lit properly and the grain on the tapes leaves most of what you're supposed to see to your imagination. This is all of course fake, but the believable acting and gritty filmmaking make it 100% uncomfortable to watch and was not a pleasant experience. I "enjoyed" the film as an undiscovered secret and my mixed emotions are obviously a sign of an impactful film, but unlike the Blair Witch Project where it centers around a supernatrual entity, this deals with cold-blooded murder and it's a little too much to take at times. Not quite the level of a video nasty (i.e. Cannibal Holocaust) but it sure leaves an impression.
(br) wrote: Another low-budget, B-movie horror film. Not atrociously bad, but not "so bad it's good" either. The effects are horrid. The alien plants look like they're paper-mache with crepe paper for limbs. The acting is okay for the most part; I like Andrea Roth in most of her roles. The story is too reminiscent of Invasion of the Body Snatchers. Can't say I enjoyed it.
(au) wrote: The book is a classic, heavy on allegory and understandably regularly included in various 'top 100 classic' lists. This production is essentially what you would get if a child told you the plot of the book and suggested updating it to the late 1980s - the soul of the story is gone and shorn of all but the basic tragedies as the boys descend into feral behaviour, loses most of its punch. Weak.
(gb) wrote: Not as scary as it is hyped to be, but it's still watchable
(gb) wrote: Probably the worst movie ive seen in a while..drawn out plot and gore isn't horror,it's gross.