Vital Heat: The Making of 'Cheap Thrills'

Vital Heat: The Making of 'Cheap Thrills'

A fly-on-the-wall documentary that chronicles the production of E.L Katz's directorial debut "Cheap Thrills' and examines the pressures and rewards of independent filmmaking.

A fly-on-the-wall documentary that chronicles the production of E.L Katz's directorial debut "Cheap Thrills' and examines the pressures and rewards of independent filmmaking. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Vital Heat: The Making of 'Cheap Thrills' torrent reviews

Emmanuel F (ag) wrote: Entertaining with some tricky conversations.

Matt R (us) wrote: A not so cut-and-dry assassination flick that manages to thrill and provoke thought in equal parts.

Ahmed K (mx) wrote: i can't believe she won an Oscar for this shit ???

Steve O (ru) wrote: Great for entertaining 3 year olds.

Ryan S (fr) wrote: Cockfighting. It's a sport I wholly and completely disagree with, and despise every time I hear about it. Why watch a movie about it, then? I recently saw Two Lane Blacktop, and was very impressed, and found out that Monte Hellman also directed this. I am also a huge fan of Warren Oates, so I figured I should see if this is any good. It was. Up until the final fight, the cockfighting sequences are not shown too graphically; instead, many of the shots focus on the inhumanity of those who are betting on the fights and how their actions are as absurd and horrifying as the fights they are betting on. Oates is brilliant as Frank, a cockfighter who refuses to talk until he wins the coveted trainer of the year medal. Talking got him into trouble, so we only hear his voice in flashbacks or through his insightful narration. There are aspects of the film that could have been improved upon, such as the love story sub plot involving Oates and possibly the rather abrupt ending. But in the end this is an excellent film, regardless of one's view on the horrible sport it is focusing on.

Federico F (kr) wrote: Great mix of horror and action for the sequel to the vampire-killing, played by an excellent Wesley Snipes

Tim M (ca) wrote: I'm so conflicted on this movie. Kevin Smith is from the town next door, we grew up around the same time, and the film is set about 10 minutes from home. The film starts off slow, but picks up steam. The acting is horrible, but the writing is sharp and often funny. The humor is sophomoric, but the moments it's not it's LOL funny. In the end, the concept is original enough to merit a soft recommendation.

Spookie M (us) wrote: Pretty dull. A few chuckles but not enough camp to hold my attention.

Miranda Z (de) wrote: So bad! Why do I do this to myself again? Admittedly, this is a fair depiction of how a real friend-zone feels (see: Chris' speech near the end), but, god, this movie. It's written and shot like a B-list movie.

Victoria S (ca) wrote: Good movie but would not watch again.