The Mansion of Madness

The Mansion of Madness

The inmates of an insane asylum take over the institution, imprison the doctors and staff, and then put into play their own ideas of how the place should be run.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:99 minutes
  • Release:1973
  • Language:Spanish,English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:escape,   surrealism,   rape,  

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Melvin W (gb) wrote: Carlo: What has happened to our family?Bennie: Rivalry."Every family has a past."Tetro is a beautifully shot and acted film. It is filmed in black and white against, with Argentina as a setting. The career of Francis Ford Coppola is filled with masterpieces and a couple disasters, most notably Jack. Tetro is in-between. It is incredibly well made, but comes off as a little overly artsy at times. I enjoyed it, but I can see it being a little off-putting.The story concerns two brothers. Bennie is the youngest, and issensitive and emotional. The other is Tetro, who is the oldest and seems mean spirited in the beginning, but as we learn the back story it makes more and more sense. The two brothers haven't seen each other in a decade, when Bennie shows up at Tetro's apartment. Tetro had left for a writing sabbatical, leaving a note for Bennie, saying he would come back and get him. That never happened and Bennie is hurt by it. He just wants to be close to his brother, but Tetro left the family a long time ago. They strike up some sort of relationship as we slowly piece together the family's story. It all leads to a plot, I don't want to say twist, but sharp right turn would work.Everything about the movie is beautiful. The scenery, the cinematography, the performances from Vincent Gallo, Alden Ehenreich, and Maribel Verd, and of course Coppola's signature touch. The only real problem I have with the movie is there's about a twenty to thirty minute period in the middle that just dragged. But the beginning and ending are great.What you need to know about the movie is that it is extremely slow and relies much more on character, over plot. It could easily come off as boring, but it is always marvelous to look at. Plus Vincent Gallo always keeps the viewer interested.

Sean L (de) wrote: I can still remember enjoying this one in the theater, surrounded by a crowd who knew what they were in for and delighted in every minute of it. That's still probably the best environment for this movie, though it also serves decently enough as a solo adventure. Wonderfully self-aware, it doesn't change a thing about what made the Jackass TV show so wildly successful, apart from upping the ante and lowering itself to a sick new standard of profanity. This crew is like a squad of old friends, gross and fun to be around, but also heavily influential in how you see yourself. I'd shake my head and click away if I stumbled across half of these stunts on YouTube today, but because it feels like I know these guys, and they're so clearly having the time of their lives cashing those fifteen minutes, it's absurdly easy to buy in and let the belly laughs sail. Raunchy, stupid and borderline evil, and I mean that in a good way. Repeat viewings are probably best staggered at seven-to-ten year intervals.

Sarah F (fr) wrote: i would like to see this

Jon W (ru) wrote: A decent little movie from the 70's that tries to scare you about the dangers of bad acid. Has some good scenes of bald crazy folk causing havoc, but the main character kinda sucks at life, so it's hard to get behind some of his dumber moves. Worth seeing for 70's film fans, just not a classic. Starts off pretty well, but the ending is anticlimactic to say the least.

Martha A (ru) wrote: i really like bing and fred as a combo

AndrClaude L (fr) wrote: Well, that was... peculiar. We're not sure where this is all going, but what's certain is, even though One-Eye does not speak, he is still a deep character that knows what he's doing.