The Secret Disco Revolution
Why won’t Disco die? Might it contain hidden depths? Politically correct revisionists are trying to recast disco as a misunderstood culture of protest. Through interviews with Gloria Gaynor, The Village People, Kool and the Gang and others, along with a goldmine of stock footage and speculative reenactments, The Secret Disco Revolution presents a comic-ironic investigation into disco and its mysterious longevity.
- Stars:Vince Aletti, Eric Anzalone, Robert Kool Bell, Henri Belolo, Mark Benecke, Alex Briley, Harry Wayne Casey, Carmen D'Alessio, Alice Echols, Gloria Gaynor, Larry Harris, Julia Hladkowicz, David Hodo, Joanne Horowitz, Thelma Houston,
- Director:Jamie Kastner,
- Writer:Jamie Kastner
A documentary on the disco era featuring interview with its key musicians. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(it) wrote: Three years in space...no beard growth and no hair growth...give me strength...and it's bloody boring :(
(ca) wrote: Carefully if over-carefully paced, it's not a bad movie.
(us) wrote: The film reflects perfectly Linda's elusiveness, and the closing moments (especially Linda's encounter with the homeless man) are, like John says, heartrending. 'Occasionally, you need to know if you've gone all around the bend or not.'
(it) wrote: Sick Nurses is a Thai horror flick about six hot candy-stripers who are haunted by the vengeful spirit of a workmate they killed. The movie, beyond being a throwback to the old slasher genre, functions as a tongue-in-cheek cautionary tale. Each nurse is offed by the personality flaw she so clearly represents - gluttony, pride, gossip - sort of like Se7en without the good acting or the cool ambience. The gore is hilariously low-budget, and the actresses are gorgeous and talentless...well, at least I think they're talentless...it's sometimes hard to tell in a foreign film. It isn't a bad movie, per se, just derivitive and underwhelming.
(us) wrote: The Year is 1998 and a group of life long friends, and Star Wars fanboys,plan a trip from Ohio to Skywalker Ranch in California to brake in and steal a cut of Episode 1 before it hits theaters. Obviously if you are not a fan of Star Wars, or geek culture this movie isn't for you. If you are the kind of person that would not Freak out over Billy Dee Williams showing up in the middle of a movie, can point out the sound an Ewok makes, or be amused by a debate if Luke and Leia had a thing for one another, you won't get any mileage out of this. The entire cast just shines, especially the lead guys. If I had to pick just one I'd say Dan Fogler gave my favorite performance. He has one of the more serious tangents and just nails it. All the while phrasing it in a way that a fanboy would. Ya, it's kind of silly but it's so authentically written and delivered. All the cameos are brilliant, and they never feel forced. It seems like every 10 minutes someone pops up that just them being there and giving a damn about the role made me glow. It's filled to the brim with reference but once again it never feels forced. These are the kind of things these characters would say, and the conversations they would have. My only complaint with the films is that there are times of forced drama. Two of the guys use to be best friends,one of them drifted from the group(that's fine it happens) , and the other one has cancer and won't be around for when Episode 1 hits theaters. That part always makes we raise an eyebrow.This movie is near perfect and is a fantastic tribute to not just Star Wars, but fandom in general. (oh and it has the best closing line of all time.)
(de) wrote: Entertaining Direct-to-Video action movie, about crooked cops and Afghani drug dealers starring Dolph Lundgren as a cop out to expose his crooked colleagues with Polly Shannon as his partner. Lundgren his typical tough-as-nails rightous avenger and I wouldn't have it any other way. Shannon does a good job as the rookie experiancing her worst first day ever and has fun with it. None of the bad guys really stick out and come on people, if you can't disguise the fact that your Los Angeles, California is really Hamilton, Ontario then why the hell not just have the story take place in Hamilton?
(br) wrote: Kindergarten Cop is entertaining as hell. How does it not have higher ratings?
(kr) wrote: The first pairing of Astaire and Ginger Rogers is a movie that doesn't even star the two, they're supporting players. The film was meant as a vehicle for Dolores Del Rio, but it was one dance number that caught everyone's attention, and a pair of dancing icons were born.
(fr) wrote: Clever interesting story. Acting not so much but still an entertaining movie to watch
(au) wrote: I'd read the short story on which this movie is adapted from to my children years ago, and was curious as to how they could turn such a short, simple tale into a full length movie. To tell the truth, I had limited expectations. But I was pleasantly surprised overall, with both the acting and the story carrying the original story and building on it convincingly.