The most Dickian film by Cronenberg, a frightening masterpiece of science fiction.
A mango eaten alive by Lindsey's doll mouth in stroboscopicolor.
Another masterpiece by one of the greatest directors alive.
This was hilarious! I'll tell you a little secret: this is not an interesting film made with passion about Hitchcock, NO! it's a stupid comedy about an old baby boy making his mommy angry during 98 minutes.
Some moments stink like pathetic patriotism around a vendetta. But it's still a beautiful piece of cinema, questioning the medium, the limits of truth in pictures and the way everything here is nothing but an illusion. I don't know what else I could think of a film depicting an operation led by a fictional character named Maya (illusion in sanskrit) leading to the assasination of the "third floor guy".
In the end of this film, you'll understand why nobody really liked to play chess with Stanley.
Sad, frightening and absurd. It seemed so unreal, kids commiting three murders for a stupid car, and the failure of this system, unable to help and educate people equally, it ends crushing them in more grief and violence. Definitely a strong documentary film by a brave and perspicacious director.
Yes, one of the worst by Hitch, but still a good film.
Carax is the rarest kind of director, who can capture dreams on film.
It was so boring, an awful adaptation, without energy, far too clean. I don't know, it should have been a kind of wild docu-fiction, they should have used real drugs...
A very ridiculous and expensive soap.
The dramatic moment with the synthetizer is magic. In fact this film is pretty well done and funny, I was pleasantly surprised after the terrible and indigest pudding he made of Alice.
This film reminded me about a short story I wrote when I was around ten years old, an age when I was fascinated by Lovecraft and strange animals like the proteus anguinus. I thought of the kind of creature depicted here, 20 years ago! ****, I could have been a rich and famous kid.
Totally inaccurate technically (a shame), this film can still be amusing: the homage turns into a fight between a mosquito and a desmodus draculae.
Five stars for the excellent live, jazz fusion at its best.
J'aime faire des croquettes au chien.
Nice ad/documentary... I <3 this camera! I personally own the sonar black model, a wonderful little object. And polaroïd is magic and nostalgia.
Closer to the earth than to heaven.
A wild man living like a king in his castle.
Romanek tried to bring Witkin and Bacon pictures to life in this video, pretty well-made, and NIИ's Closer is excellent, like was the whole Downward Spiral.
Alain Corneau died yesterday, 30 August 2010, rip.
A really interesting and moving documentary. I already heard about all the stories and anecdotes presented in this film but it was a nice moment to spend.
The Firebird Suite is the only interesting part of this film; a really beautiful and magic animation, excellent. Most of the other parts are polluted with ugly cg looking terribly ugly nowadays.
This is an interesting documentary on Fela, but there's a terrible problem: the work on the sound captured during some of the live performances is shitty. Still good to watch if you're interested in this great musician and the afro-beat.
L'Enfer would have been a unique masterpiece. Clouzot used some of his experiments later in La Prisonnière (Woman in Chains, 1968) but the result is not so strong, there's a frustration when the pictures for l'Enfer were really incredible and inspired.
omg, it rains teardrops and frogs!
You can watch this little gem of surrealist animation here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-JukHANAog
You can watch this excellent claymation in good quality here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Puph1hejMQE
Interesting use of a suprematist aesthetic in motion, eight year after Malevitch's revolutionary "Black Square" in 1913.
The Thing that should not Let it Be: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lz1PtyYCrZQ