• Posts Tagged ‘1979’

    Art & Copy, Pineapple Express, Stalker, Moneyball (45/21)

    by  • 1/21/2012 • film • 0 Comments

    ART & COPY – This almost makes me think that advertising has a higher purpose. I almost leave this documentary wishing there was more advertising that tell such true and honest stories about the products that they’re selling… Oh, wait, feeling’s gone. It’s an interesting look at how advertising happens – from the back room, […]

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    Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Soylent Green (637/364)

    by  • 12/30/2011 • film • 0 Comments

    STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE – Other than the central V’GER plot which was novel, this is one long, boring movie. The dialogue and acting is shockingly bad – worse than the original series was, so could it be the director to blame here? There are elements of the film that feel like it’s little […]

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    Scum, Splinterheads, El Bulli: Cooking in Progress, Anita & Me (389/226)

    by  • 8/14/2011 • film, movies • 0 Comments

    SCUM (Netflix) – Surprisingly violent and graphic film set in a reform school (a borstal) in Britain. Extortion, graphic suicides and beatings, racism, rape, and a mostly bored administration that is apparently only entertained by the suffering of their charges. Like MADE IN BRITAIN, this was shot for British television. SPLINTERHEADS (Netflix) – Boring and […]

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