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Jammie S (us) wrote: Not impressed with the movie overall.
John M (ca) wrote: Embracing the shame. This takes a look at what the movie Troll 2 was like back when it was released, and what it has evolved into today. There's something to be said about a film that you star in where your own mother walks out halfway through. Obviously, you don't want to watch this documentary if you haven't seen the infamous Troll 2, and if you haven't, I can't imagine how you even know about this. This documentary is two things: it is a film that celebrates Troll 2, as it is a legitimate entertaining party movie that everybody is sure to laugh at, and it also gives you a look at where everybody in the cast and crew is at today. You get a range of what people's relationships are with the film, from George Hardy, the man who played the father, who has completely come to terms with the fact that he starred in a terrible movie, to the Italian filmmakers, who still seemed convinced that they made a quality film, and the only reason why it wasn't received critically was because it was ahead of its time. For the most part, everybody here seems to have a good sense of humor about it, and this does make a great companion piece to the film that is many people's favorite bad movie.
Ayrton Anthony C (kr) wrote: Puntaje Original: 8.5Los riesgos narrativos empoderan esta saga que seguramente trascender por los tiempos.
Aaron C (ca) wrote: left unfinished after a couple of years, i wondered why, and dared venture a revisit. alas, despite the imaginative/atypical visuals, and despite its rare moments of chuckle-raising slapstick, the movie was mostly a meandering pointless snorefest. i'll stick to european magic realism until proven otherwise.
Cameron S (gb) wrote: Unjustifiably mean spirited and at times headache inducing, Peter Berg's Very Bad Things (1998) is a muddled and ill-conceived attempt at creating a cult black comedy without any funny ideas. We open with Kyle Fisher (John Favreau) a 30 something year old man waiting to be married to his fiance Laura (Cameron Diaz). He sits alongside Charles Moore (the near silent Leland Orser) and together the pair reminisce the insane recent events that lead them to where they are now.We are then pulled back a few days and Kyle is set to leave on his bachelor party with friends Robert Boyd (Slater), brothers Adam and Michael Berkow (Daniel Stern and Jeremy Piven) and Leeland. From here on out things get undeniable messy; a swooping shot of a Casino table begins a montage of shouting, drinking, drug taking and bromantic babble, all shot with a constantly moving camera and distorted visual overlays jumping from one moment to the next. It's a merciless affair that thankfully ends relatively quickly with the arrival and consequent murder of a prostitute, setting of a dark chain of cover-up murders and madness.It's obvious from both the film's posters and on-screen who are the real stars are here. Slater's performance as the psychotically persuasive Boyd feels as if it could be the later iteration of his character from 1989's cult classic 'Heathers', and Cameron Diaz conveys her character's longing for marriage and subsequent madness in a convincingly annoying fashion. Other character's and performances here are less refined, as Berg to often relies on racial identity and for comedy; his constant stereotyping of Jews in particular grows tiresome quickly.VBT also falls apart when it comes to comedy senarios, with Berg constantly trying to present unfunny situations in a funny manner. Take, for example, the scene in which Boyd goes to set up a murder/suicide, it's undoubtedly the most dramatic point in the plot but for some reason Berg decides to turn it into a penis biting joke. Moments like this occur far to often and what feels like could have been an interesting deconstruction of the American Dream is lost among the chaos.Alongside it's bigger problems VBT suffers also from an overused and over-loud soundtrack, the always annoying shaky cam and a tone that darts between the serious and silly in an obnoxious fashion. If you asked Berg what exactly he was attempting in this film I'm sure he'd say it was a comment on voyeurism and the way people have become desensitized to violence so much that they can laugh at it, and I'm sure that may be the case, but only if it's funny.
alex f (ru) wrote: had some new shots here and there, but you spend most of the time wondering why he is hanging out with a 10 year old. the ended is totally rushed, so you dont get all your owed which is crap considering there are a lot of other side bits that are of interest.
Imtia M (ca) wrote: In a post-truth Trump world, everybody should watch this documentary.
Zach m (ag) wrote: I did not laugh once. Boring boring film.
Jaime D (ru) wrote: A beautiful and engaging film with an excellent cast and wonderful script. Superlatives, superlatives, superlatives !
Will E (fr) wrote: Decent little character-driven thriller from the early '70s with good performances from Matthau and Baker as the hunted and the hunter. Also fun if you like Stone-Age portrayals of women. Baker will remind some of Chigurh from NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN, and one good line was swiped outright for PULP FICTION. If you like '70s pulp crime like NIGHT MOVES, LONG GOODBYE, CISCO PIKE, DIRTY HARRY, etc., check it out.
gary t (us) wrote: wow umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch....its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie...i think that robert adler, richard widmark, philip ober, hugh o brian, jean peters, katy jurado, carl benton reid, E.G marshall, Earl holliman, robert wagner,richard widmark, spencer tracy play good roles/parts throughout this movie.....i think that the director of this classics/drama/western movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie...i think that spencer tracy is brilliant as the strict disciplinarian throughout this movie....i think that this is a great classics movie 2 watch its got a good cast throughout this movie