Timothy Leary's Last Trip

Timothy Leary's Last Trip

Author, educator, and philosopher Dr. Timothy Leary was wildly controversial throughout his life, so it came as no surprise he would also choose a controversial way to die. Timothy Leary's Last Trip documents Leary's life and career, from his days at West Point through his years as an LSD guru (he coined the phrase "Tune in, turn on, drop out") to his final days as he prepared for his death by broadcasting his last days over the internet.

Author, educator, and philosopher Dr. Timothy Leary was wildly controversial throughout his life, so it came as no surprise he would also choose a controversial way to die. Timothy Leary's Last Trip documents Leary's life and career, from his days at West Point through his years as an LSD guru (he coined the phrase "Tune in, turn on, drop out") to his final days as he prepared for his death by broadcasting his last days over the internet. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Charlie L (ca) wrote: It's an interesting and gritty London crime drama that unfortunately descends into the silly and obscure by the final act.

Anya S (kr) wrote: Wow, the title made this movie sound like it would be pretty decent to watch, but when it started right away I could tell I was going to be in for an hour and a half of horrible acting uninteresting story plot, and really bad fight choreography. There was nothing special about this, the characters were very unrepresentable which made it hard to care about.Also if you read the synopsis above it says that they are in high school, their not they are in community college trying to get into Brown University. Also a note to whoever made this movie, just because you have three used-to-be famous girls does not mean you have a hit. What I found interesting about this was how similar this movie was to Charlies Angels. In a way it was a combination of mainly Charlies Angels and a little bit of But I'm a Cheerleader. Don't waste your time.

Dinar Sinta Augustina D (mx) wrote: Lost souls imprisoned in the past waiting for their liberation towards the light.

Bruce H (it) wrote: A gentle, but diverting little film. Charming and fun.

Private U (ca) wrote: l'humanite is a beautiful, astonishing study of the human condition, a lament on innocence lost both to our hero and to our time. dumont is a master at revealing the marvellous in the mundane. as with la vie de jesus dumont uses untrained actors to stunning effect. his best film to date. look out for flanders coming this summer.

Thomas L (us) wrote: Really a great film. I got it because my acting professor has a non-speaking role in it, but I was surprised by how moved I was. Very funny in parts, and while it did convey the emptiness of the mens' lives, it did not overcompensate by making the film unbearably slow.

Jarrett J (ag) wrote: yup, you guessed it - classic! hilarious. aww, i gotta find the rest of them blaxploitation films...

Ashley H (ag) wrote: Apache Territory is a terrific film. It is about a cowboy who sets out to try to stop an Indian war and rescue a white woman captured by the Apaches. Rory Calhoun and Barbara Bates give excellent performances. The screenplay is well written. Ray Nazarro did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the action and adventure. Apache Territory is a must see.

Westleigh Q (au) wrote: I really did not care for Oliver Stone's directorial style on this film. It was just odd and jarring, and distracted me from a lot of the dialogue. And that eyeball scene was both disgusting and unnecessary. With such a great cast and a pretty straight-forward sports plotline, I'm actually surprised how bad this turned out.

shishir a (us) wrote: I wish to make such movie some day.

St A (es) wrote: Think Robocop fighting with the cast of Mortal Kombat against Nazi demons from Hell. This film is up there with the likes of The Room, Birdemic and Troll 2 in that it's so bad it's fun and hilarious to watch.

Matt M (ca) wrote: There is a certain naivety that is associated with gangster flicks of the modern era. However, Glazer's directorial debut is far from being the two dimensional romp expected. His story about a brutal gangster Don Logan trying to hire a retired safecracker who is more than reluctant to take the job is a real stand out in the genre. Firstly, its performances by the cast headed by a memorable intensely eccentric and magnetic Ben Kingsley performance as Don Logan are amazing. The screenplay by Mellis and Scinto is very intelligent and holds a great regard for things that are often overlooked in this genre, such as an acceptable character development and unique plot twists that shift away from the usual structures and formulas. However, it is also thanks to Glazer's own imaginative and sometimes downright eccentric style that the film works so well. He is in tune with the script's often juxtaposed sense of humour with tragic drama and its taste for the unpredictable imminent stints into danger and suspense.

John Eric D (ag) wrote: Speaking of beautiful landscapes. The ambiance and the visuals in this film are just stunning. This is one of those films, where there has not much dialogue, but by watching it, it's an art in the making. The brilliant atmosphere that you are sucked into an enthralling film going experience. It shows graphic and shocking images. As usual, Mads Mikkelsen's performance is top notch. Refn made films kinda reminds me of Kubrick, with a little element to it. This might not be to everyone's taste, But this is one of the best "Viking" films as what I remember. 4/5

Jeff B (nl) wrote: This got way too silly.