The Institute

The Institute

Thousands of participants in a San Francisco-based alternate reality game end up getting more than they bargained for. Told from the players’ perspectives, the film looks over the precipice at an emergent new art form where the real world and fictional narratives merge to create unforeseen and often unsettling consequences. Examining counter-culture, new religious movements and street art, this film takes the viewer on a journey into a secret underground world teeming just beneath the surface of everyday life.

A documentary on the Jejune Institute, a mind-bending San Francisco phenomenon where 10,000 people became "inducted" without ever quite realizing what they'd signed up for. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Institute torrent reviews

Niels S (au) wrote: Der er tre film med Adam Sandler, som det er vrd at spilde tid p, og det her er en af dem (de to andre er Punch Drunk Love og Anger Management). At det er mesteren James L. Brooks, der har skrevet og instrueret den bittersde komedie, forklarer en del, men ogs Tea Leonis neurotiske Hausfrau-performance br nvnes. Og s er Paz Vega jo bare eye candy fra start til slut. Den var klart gensynet vrd.

Matthew H (ru) wrote: Elf is outright hilarious, unlike some other 2000's Will Ferrell duds (Talladega Knights, anyone?) The sheer innocence Ferrell gives Buddy the elf just elevates the character and reminds us of when we were like that. All of those who didn't like the movie, "you sit on a throne of lies!"

Frances H (de) wrote: Cute idea, but could have been funnier.

Joseph H (ru) wrote: pretty crazy..worth watching.

Jonathan M (au) wrote: "He never realized how far 35 millimeters would take him." This movie is about a guy from Baltimore who becomes famous for the pictures he takes of his surroundings. It was a great movie. John Waters did a fantastic job.

Jordan P (fr) wrote: "Everything is on it's way to somewhere." If you don't see anything else in this movie, this is as true as it gets.

Andrew H (nl) wrote: One of the greatest movies ever made. Absolute classic. Mike Jittlov is a genius. Makes you want to get a camera and start animating

Alec B (us) wrote: The intimacy of the play is ruined by the film's worthless expansion of it's world (who cares about anyone else except for Rita and Frank?) so even though Walters and Caine give excellent performances all of the potentially interesting themes get lost in boring secondary material.

Ethan P (kr) wrote: A very competent western, but having seen the remake prior to it, nothing was very surprising or new.

Mohammed A (nl) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Timothy N (br) wrote: I feel like i should have liked it more than I did. Don't get me wrong, it was a solid movie with performances to boot, I just had a hard time tracking with it. Maybe another rewatch will boost my thoughts about it.

Nathan L (it) wrote: The difference between great films and not-so-great films are that great films never feel dated when you watch them years later. Tequila Sunrise falls into the not-so-great category. Right down to the 80's sax music and slow motion love-making scenes, Tequila Sunrise takes the cake when it comes to a dated look and feel. Despite a top-notch cast featuring Mel Gibson, Kurt Russell, Michelle Pfeiffer and the late greats J.T. Walsh and Raul Julia, the movie is slow and plodding with a tacked-on climax that feels even more out of place than Gibson's half-American half-Aussie accent. Unless you're a big time Mel Gibson fan or for some reason a hardcore 80's movie junkie, you can skip Tequila Sunrise knowing you haven't missed a single thing.

Dave S (us) wrote: This one is worth checking out for the Mary Walsh scenes alone. Reason #2 - Gordon Pinsent.