The Stoned Age is a more accurate summation of this engagingly sloppy "head" movie. The protagonists are Joe and Hubbs, who are obsessed with an unending quest for beautiful girls and nonstop sex. What will happen the next? Let's enjoy the film. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Stoned Age
Joe and Hubbs are a pair of rockers who are on a quest for 'chicks'. This is the tale of their adventures over one night.
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DeLeon F (es) wrote: Favorite movie so far and had been my favorite for the longest I've seen this movie about 5 times know and still doesn't gets old. I could write a hole paragraph on my favorite parts and why I like it so much. This needs a sequel.
Stan W (it) wrote: The essential viewing is the propulsive education it provides in one of the world's most popular sports, Senna offers heart-pounding thrills and heartfelt emotion.
Gena D (fr) wrote: Interesting - WITH David
Muhammad K (ag) wrote: Not so good but not that bad either .
Robert G (nl) wrote: Japanese horror that draws almost note for note from Italian gore-maestro Lucio Fulci--synth score, gratuitous eye gag, sound f/x track that is comprised almost entirely of someone stirring a bowl of Kraft Macaroni & Cheese. Not quite a classic, but there are some nice misdirections and twists in the set pieces.
Tim S (ru) wrote: Razorback is a surprisingly better than average horror/thriller about a giant pig killing people in the outback of Australia. Directed by Russell Mulcahy, the man behind the first two Highlander entries, this movie is chock full of visual style. It's fantastic to look at, while at the same time, it's the usual genre fare. But, also at the same time, it's not completely usual. Mad Max definitely had an influence on the movie, and things that should happen in this kind of movie don't. For instance, during the first half or so of the movie, the good characters are the ones that bite it and the bad characters keep on living. It's highly unusual in that regard. There's also no pay off for the film's opening sequence, which is a shame. It's not a perfect movie by any means, but it's completely different than most movies of its ilk and worth a watch.
Eliabeth M (gb) wrote: Lamberto (son of Mario) Bava's finest hour. A very weird little film about a woman who keeps a memento of her dead lover in her flat. The (very cute) blind guy downstairs is in love with her but cannot figure out who she's smuggling in to make love to her; he never sees anyone coming or going (but he can here HER coming - if you understand me!)The horrible ex-husband and creepy young daughter add nicely to the mix, wherein you end up not particularly liking any of the characters at all! Features a nifty little twist at the end.
Alex S (it) wrote: Classic British gangster thriller with a great performance by Bob Hoskins.
Eric R (jp) wrote: Two brothers leave their Yakuza past behind to become drifters. The older brother was Yakuza and wants the best for his younger brother, but after his younger brother kills a rival gangster, they are both forced to flee. With the authorities hot on their trail, they come across a small mining community where they get a job as minors, assimilating themselves into the community. This film takes place in a time where tattoos were a clear marking of the Yakuza and they wore tattoos almost as if it was a layer of armor. The older brother tries to escape his Yakuza past, but he is marked for life. Tattooed Life is a gangster melodrama that is very typical of Sijun Suzuki. Although it's not soaked in style as some of his greater efforts Tattooed Life does features some of Suzuki's style, particularly towards the end of the film. The film lacks the acting and pacing of some of his better efforts, but it still is a solid entry in Suzuki's Canon. In fact, the climax of this film is gorgeous and lush with some great choreography. No doubt, Suzuki was a big influence on Tarantino.
Chrisanne S (nl) wrote: Slow moving fun! Demarest is Perfect! One of the best build-ups to a kiss I've ever seen :)
Ryan V (br) wrote: Disney is at the top of their game with this one. Every little kid refers to a deer as "Bambi"; a testament to the massive place this holds in our collective pop culture.