Wax, or the Discovery of Television Among the Bees
Computer programmer/beekeeper Jacob gets a "television" implanted in his brain by a race of telekinetic bees, which causes him to experience severe hallucinations. (Includes: Mesopotamian bees, souls living inside weapons, the land of the dead in the Moon, Cain, the Trinity site, the tower of Babel, and a planet TV transmitting the dead of the future inside the Garden of Eden Cave which are giant bees, a Supranormal Film Society trying to capture the dead on film in the 1920's, the letter X, missiles turning into flying saucers, a beekeeper who is murdered by his own bees, and the cities of the dead)
Computer programmer/beekeeper Jacob gets a "television" implanted in his brain by a race of telekinetic bees, which causes him to experience severe hallucinations. (Includes: Mesopotamian bees, souls living inside weapons, the land of the dead in the Moon, Cain, the Trinity site, the tower of Babel, and a planet TV transmitting the dead of the future inside the Garden of Eden Cave which are giant bees, a Supranormal Film Society trying to capture the dead on film in the 1920's, the letter X, missiles turning into flying saucers, a beekeeper who is murdered by his own bees, and the cities of the dead) . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Wax, or the Discovery of Television Among the Bees torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: When it comes to films revolving around the film or television business, most of them choose to focus on one aspect alone, leaving out some of the behind-the-scenes aspects that many studios probably don't want you to know. In the case of Don't Think Twice, it doesn't follow the ways of say La La Land or Super 8. Those examples may not be the greatest, but this is a film that isn't afraid to explicitly show that, no matter how much passion you have for acting, making it big just isn't meant for everyone. Don't Think Twice is a big slap in the face for dreamers who hope to become actors/actresses one day, but in the best way possible. Funny, charming, and eye-opening, this is why I believe Don't Think Twice is worth your time.Following a group of imrov performers as they hold shows on a weekly basis in order to get recognition by a television show called Weekend Live, which is pretty much this film's version of Saturday Night Live, the film quickly becomes a reminder that fame can't be for everyone. As one of the members of their group (Jack, played by Keegan-Michael Key) is chosen as the newest cast member of Weekend Live, his friend whom he acts with every week soon become jealous. The fact that he can't do anything for them from the inside also begins a feud between them, making this more dramatic than anything. Filled with some very clever humour and some great improv scenes, this film is all about selling great characters, which leads me up to my biggest issue.In no way did any of these characters bother me, in fact I quite enjoyed ever time any of them were on-screen together. That being said, when certain characters are featured on their own for an extended period of time, it seems to slightly forget about some of the other players, almost as if they were not as important to the story, which kind of goes against the core story in the first place. Ensembles have always been difficult to grasp. Whether you have a successful balance in films like #TheAvengers or #OceansEleven, there will always be a film like #SuicideSquad that is much more unbalanced. This is the prime example of a film with great characters that aren't explored enough. Having said that, the ones who are make this film really enjoyable.This is a film about people who are great at improv, so as long as there are some satisfying moments that showcase some great improv and there are some great jokes sprinkled throughout the film, I knew I was going to enjoy it, and enjoy it I did. This really is a very solid film and any time it was focussing on the characters of Jack and Samantha, I was very curious to see where they were going to end up, due to the fact that different career paths may be separating them. This is a very, very good film with many solid performances and some terrific messages about show business.In the end, would I recommend this film to a mass audience? Yes I would. It's more for an audience that enjoys a dramatic turn in an otherwise comedic film, but fans of television shows like Saturday Night Live or Friends will probably have a great time watching Don't Think Twice. The irony is that it makes you think twice about your career path, especially if you are into show business. Well-written, well-directed, and well-performed, there really isn't much to dislike about this film, but I wish it had been ten to twenty minutes longer, leaving a bit more room for character development, which is a big problem for me when I watch films. Overall, I had a blast watching this film and I definitely recommend checking it out. It went under the radar after its festival runs, so this may be one of those cult classic comedies.
(ru) wrote: Glad I didn't trust the reviews. Kevin Costner at his best. Love the subtle humour and overt action. Great casting with the exception of Amber Heard who seems so out of place.
(gb) wrote: W O W! WIERD AND FREAKY..
(mx) wrote: This was quite boring.
(ru) wrote: a great funny movie you will never look at andy griffen the same
(ag) wrote: 'The Wicker Man' meets 'Father Ted' - and that's a good thing! An Irish-American New Yorker returns to the town of his birth to attend his long-lost father's funeral. But is he really dead? If you enjoy Hammer-type horrors, you'll enjoy this.
(ca) wrote: Does a half decent job trying to remain faithful to its source material, and hasn't aged too terribly but is a long way from the solid efforts the Rock is turning in these days. Best viewed when reviewing Urban's rise to better roles.
(ca) wrote: With an absurdist premise that only seems to become more prophetic as time goes on, writer/director Mike Judge's 'Idiocracy' is a criminally overlooked comedic satire. Luke Wilson and Maya Rudolph both give worthy performances as Joe Bowers and Rita, two average people from 2005, left far from home in an anti-intellectual dystopian future. Mike Judge's incredibly dumb, intentionally banal script works perfectly, as viewers witness the frighteningly stupid and hypersexualized world, 500 years in the future.Final Grade: A
(us) wrote: Gonzlez Irritu has a unique style for his films before Birdman, of those movies, this is without a doubt the best one
(gb) wrote: Very good movie. Speaks of a life that faces many people. Growing and dealing with trauma can be healed.
(ag) wrote: Outrageously BAD. Run, do not walk away from this film. I can't believe it was made, the budget HAD to be $200.00. Holy crap this was bad, I had to turn it off after 30 minutes (and it's only 65 minutes long!).
(gb) wrote: Yeah, it's silly, but it's cute and worth watching for Alyson Hannigan as the 13 year old daughter (and Seth Green as her date).
(ag) wrote: the Great Spirit reawaken him for one final mission. YHVh is KING
(kr) wrote: I love this film.I love its simplicity, its charm and its innocents.
(kr) wrote: Stylish film noir with outstanding cinematography.
(ag) wrote: I??m still not sure who wakes up screaming in this movie, but it??s a classic of the noir style. Victor Mature stars as a promoter who discovers Carole Landis working as a waitress and turns her into a successful model before he is framed for her murder. He and Betty Grable, the model??s sister, then fall in love and track down the real murderer. Good suspense, although a bit slow in the beginning, and great noir direction and cinematography.
(us) wrote: There is nothing really special or eye opening about the plot. The characters are not really in sync with each other either. It is an average film at best.
(br) wrote: The first act of Full Metal Jacket is basically perfection. It is pure genius as we get a feel for life in boot camp, and the damaging effects these difficult training techniques can have on recruits. While the quality of the film-making continued once Joker left boot camp, the story dropped off a little. There were still flashes of greatness, but it didn't gel into a complete story as well as I expected. However, the themes were effectively conveyed. You really get a feel for how damaging war can be on the men who must fight it, and what the military is compelled to do in order to keep those men fighting (even in a lost cause.) The final confrontation of the film is devastating and I love how it wraps things up and pays off on things foreshadowed up to that point. In fact, the more I reflect on the movie, the more I recognize its brilliance. I wonder if, upon further viewings, I might find that this is truly a 5-star classic. The only thing that makes me skeptical about the quality of Full Metal Jacket is Matthew Modine. I don't think he's the best actor for this role, and he doesn't really "become" the character. Everyone else seems perfectly fit to the film (particularly Lee Ermey as Gny. Sgt. Hartman) but he stands out as an actor delivering an uncomfortable performance that doesn't work as well as I would like. Despite that if you haven't seen Full Metal Jacket, and you have the stomach for war movies that feel gritty and realistic, then make watching it a priority.
(jp) wrote: coming soon to my movie collection...
(kr) wrote: The acting in this is flat out awful. However, the ending completely floored me. It is the type of movie Hollywood would never make. If you are into 80's slashers, this is a must see.