We Are Not Angels 3: Rock & Roll Strike Back

We Are Not Angels 3: Rock & Roll Strike Back

We Are Not Angels III is a Serbian film. In 1973 during a Youth Work Action, budding musician Borko Pavić (Nikola Pejaković) is disappointed to find out that the majority of his fellow young workers prefer to dance kolo to folkish harmonica sounds rather than listening to him play his acoustic guitar. Heartbroken and depressed he confides in his best friend that he read that in America the young people make the devil appear by playing the music backwards who then makes them rich and famous. He becomes the mega popular rock'n'roll superstar Dorijan. Cut to 30+ years later Dorijan is still a debauched, coke-snorting, and alcoholic superstar, except that he's now playing turbo folk instead of rock'n'roll. He lives with a silicone trophy girlfriend Smokvica and his best friend from childhood is his business manager. Despite still having his women, fame, and fortune, Dorijan is unhappy about having to resort to playing a musical style he hates in order to have all that.

Angel and the Devil fight for the soul of a Belgrade rocker, that he can't survive in the body of an old punker. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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peter (br) wrote: Li BingBing should NOT be in this film. That chink is a terrible actor, very racist, and smells like body odor. Li Bing is also very ugly and too thin to play the role of the heroic Ada Wong (whom is caucasian in real life). That chinese prostitute should have sold her organs to write the film. Bing's bad acting bankrupted a million dolllar film: OMG. Bing should stick to chinese films with no subtitles so we are not burdened with poorly written dialogue. Milla Jovovich is okay, dont get me wrong, but her sidekick Bing should be imprisoned for ruining the franchise.

Graeme B (es) wrote: Interesting. Some awful acting from ms brook

bill s (it) wrote: Most of the laughs are at not with Dominick even if it is one of Deluise's best work.

Charlie 7 (ru) wrote: This is just gross and evil. I myself almost puked literally after watching this abomination.

Iy N (kr) wrote: one of the very few movies i would like to watch again. brilliant.

Chris S (au) wrote: Not really a "sequel," but more of a series of 3 short spin-off stories. It's unnecessary, but not completely awful.

Hayley P (ru) wrote: I was intrigued when I first heard about this movie thinking it was about the struggle of an overweight girl who is desperate for love but doesn't receive it. However, as I watched the movie I didn't really get out of it what I thought I would. I felt it was more about the sister's life and less about Anais'. I especially despised the car ride home at the end. It dragged on for far too long. I HATED the ending. It was not at all related to the movie. If it was trying to symbolize something I didn't get it. Even the things I can think of it represented seem trivial. All in all, I was disappointed.

Brett H (au) wrote: As is so common with sequels of any genre, the follow-up is either rushed, uninspired, or goes so far out of its way to try something new that it becomes a shell of the original product; this is a mix of those three scenarios. Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 is one of the worst sequels I've seen to any film, no matter the genre, and the fact that the studio pumped it out to capitalize on the instant success of the original explains a lot. This movie is not found-footage, and instead exists in a world where the original Blair Witch Project has already come out, and these new characters, much like the production company, want to make a quick buck by creating a supposed "tour" in the Black Hills Forest, which then goes awry. The acting is atrocious in this film and it's clear that first-time, feature film director Joe Berlinger was out of his depth in reigning in these performers, who resort to going as over-the-top as possible with their line deliveries. The editing is also terrible, with random inserts of exposition that don't connect to anything, as well as intrusive foreshadowing that really only exists to give the film some gratuitous violence. The film is so lazy, it borrows every cliche from the horror playbook including random ghosts, jump scares, animals acting nuts, and of course, DREAM SEQUENCES! The only good that came from this film was the element of time displacement, which expands the mythology and answers some leftover questions from the first film. Apart from that, this is a complete waste of time and the only enjoyment I reaped from it was rocking out to the Marilyn Manson song that plays during the opening credits, that's as "scary" as the film gets.

Adam R (ru) wrote: Some 1,500 animals were used in this movie and it still lacks entertainment. I usually love family musicals, but I didn't care for any of this film's songs. Rex Harrison's style of singing just doesn't work for me. And I imagine most reasonable people would be outraged to learn that "Talk To The Animals" won the Academy Award for Best Original Song over the masterpiece that is "The Bare Necessities" (from Disney's The Jungle Book). The critics are right for a change as Doctor Dolittle is one of the dullest movies you will ever see. (First and only viewing - 12/6/2013)

Luis M (jp) wrote: The movie that made me want to become a filmmaker and my personal favorite film of all time.

Seth Y (ca) wrote: Great 90's buddy-comedy.

Joy E (ca) wrote: This film would have been so stupid and boring without Tim Curry's charm and talent, it was a dumb story whatsoever but enjoyable and non sense fun

Jenny H (ru) wrote: its an awesome movie definately one of my favs

Jesse L (mx) wrote: have not seen this but the title says it all! this is an A+ B movie haha

Eric B (ca) wrote: Despite more variety in sets and the upgrade to color, "Crimes of the Future" is actually harder to sit through than the preceding "Stereo." Like "Stereo," it's essentially a silent movie with added narration and sound effects, but the narration is sparser so the action is even more difficult to follow.The scenario: A cosmetics-related disease has killed off most of the world's women. The afflicted secrete a strange white foam which others find arousing to taste and, well, things turn weird after that. The main character is stationed at a facility which treats victims of this "Rouge's Malady," but after all the patients die, he decides to work with feet instead. Wouldn't you?It's a good film for foot fetishists, particularly if webbed toes excite you. That must have been a fun casting call. And Ronald Mlodzik (returning from "Stereo") still has a fascinating face which looks more like an art student's sketch than the mere product of sperm and egg.There is some suggestive content involving a child which is a bit unsettling but, hey, we are talking about David Cronenberg here.It's interesting that "Down the Drain," "Stereo" and "Crimes of the Future" all take place in clinics of some sort. And droll, quirky names like Antoine Rouge, Adrian Tripod and the Oceanic Podiatry Group make me wonder if Cronenberg is a Thomas Pynchon fan.

josh n (fr) wrote: great book okay movie

Allan C (nl) wrote: I'm surprised at myself for never having seen this 80s Charles Band produced Empire Pictures horror flick. I've always been a fan of Band's brand of horror and this film had a bit more quality to it than most, with a cast that includes Lane Smith (you'll recognize him when you see him), Viggo Mortensen and Chelsea Field and the film being directed by Renny Harlin before he hit it big with "Die Hard 2." And you even get Tommy 'Tiny' Lister as one of the prisoners and Kane Hodder as the student coordinator. The film starts as a as a standard prison about an evil warden versus the prisoners, but this prison in haunted by former prisoner who was wronged and who's looking for revenge. This film was a lot more violent and gory than I'd expected and some of the gore is actually reminiscent of Clive Barker's "Hellraiser," particularly once scene involving barbed wire wrapping itself around a guard (and this is meant as a compliment).

Divyansh U (it) wrote: TRUE ROMANCE blends and recycles elements of scores of crime and road movies, from BONNIE AND CLYDE to BADLANDS, but it does so with enough energy and verve to create something entirely fresh and infectiously entertaining.

Adam W (ru) wrote: "Get youre tools out, get youre tools out"You can fuck off every recent Footy hooligan film, this BBC film shows you how it should be done.

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