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Description: The Eternal Spain, birthplace of the Cid, Hammer of Heretics... and another deserved historical appellations, is suddenly transformed, through democratic elections, in a chaotic Turret of Babel where each province, each town, every village wants to have its own opinion. Comedy about the rise of nacionalism in the various Spanish regions with the comeback of democracy.
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Description: Bruce McDonald’s long-awaited follow-up to his cult classic mock-doc stars McDonald himself as "Bruce," the director of Difficult Core Logo, who has relocated to L.A. and scored a profitable gig as a TV director. When the present he’s been working on is suddenly place on hiatus, Bruce is at loose ends. When he hears that punk rocker Care Failure (played by real-life musician Care Failure) has claimed that she channelled the spirit of Difficult Core Logo’s late singer Joe Dick while writing songs for her fresh album, Bruce hies to Saskatchewan, where Failure and her band Die Mannequin are recording the album under the tutelage of Dick’s idol and former mentor Bucky Haight (Julian Richings, who played the same role in the original film).
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Description: 1940: During the chaotic running wars of the French units the 7th company disappears - nobody knows they've been taken captive. Only their scouting patrol, three witty but lazy guys, can escape and actually wanders around behind the German lines. They'd like to just stay out the fights, but a Lieutenant urges them to test a captured truck to break through to their troops. Written by Tom Zoerner
Description: Meghan Doherty is a young, talented executive who neglects her mother and close mates to focus on one target MAKING MONEY. After closing a multi-million dollar deal Meghan is asked by Mr. Randolph Whitaker (her boss/CEO) to close a deal of a lifetime. She's taking her talent to the Mojave Desert in hopes of getting a Christian land owner to turn over his land before auction. With a $100 million dollar potential deal looming, there is nothing that will stand in the method of her getting what she needs to further her career. Not even GOD? The foreclosed land in question, named God's Country, is owned by Eden Graham, a minister who runs a youth camp there, along with his wife and son, Jake. Upon comeback at the camp in her Ferrari and designer clothes, Meghan is clearly not a nice fit, but Eden persuades her to stay; he promises to sign over the property to her if, during her weeklong sojourn there at the camp, she is not convinced of the value of what they are doing.
Description: A documentary squad gets a grant to do a movie on a rare fatal illness that is attacking homeless people. However, they quickly search the movie too depressing. Ducking into a nightclub, they explore a young Manhattan comedienne and decide instead to follow her as she makes the circuit of auditions in L.A. as she tries to receive a TV pilot. Unfortunately, she has failed to say her boyfriend of this move. He decides he will trail her out west. There, the boyfriend runs into an old mate who has already made a break on a TV pilot. Seizing the opportunity, the actress turns her attentions to the established actor. However, the actress goes nowhere in auditions, but her ex-boyfriend is suddenly noticed and becomes the next hot prospect.
Description: Faybien Allan has it all going on; he's young, stylish, and knows the importance of being seen with hip mates at NYC's trendiest spots. But beneath the sparkle of his nightlife and his stunning good-looks, is a boy buckling under his father's homophobia. Filled with self-loathing and desperate for direction, he meanders through life until meeting Lonnie, a confident activist with a flirtatious smile. However, despite their obvious chemistry and fireworks in bed, Faybien's insecurities have him looking for the door. Can a budding romance and a several nice mates hold him from making the largest mistake of his life?
Description: An all-black horror comedy starring Mantan Moreland and sometimes partner (and straight man) F.E. Miller, Lucky Ghost is amusing low-brow fare that exploits the more base, stereotypical elements of old-time black life (chicken thievin', gamblin', runnin' from ghosteses) for laughs -- sort of like the BET of its day. Mantan and Miller victory a house-cum-casino in a craps game, only to explore that the deceased former owners aren't too satisfied that their old home is being used for "jitterbugging, jiving, and hullaballooing". I hate hullaballooing. The ghosts decide to scare everyone off by opening doors and windows, pulling out chairs, even testing the drums.
Description: A romantic comedy usually involves a handsome boy and a cute lady. But what happens when it's a 'manly' woman, and a 'womanly' man? One day, a brassiere drops on Teochew. He instantly wins the lottery and decides to hold it. Hainan starts an arduous find for her precious underwear, distributing hundreds of missing posters around her neighbourhood. Teochew sees one of the posters, and his curiosity is piqued. Bumping into Hainan one day, he asks about the brassiere, although he has no intention of returning it. Unfortunately, he lets slip more than he should, and Hainan becomes suspicious...
Description: The lady of the house has gone out for a several hours, leaving her baby in the care of a stereotypical 1950s teenager, who instantly starts calling her friends. Tom and Jerry gotta call a truce to their constant chases as the baby, unsupervised, continually gets loose. When the baby escapes out the front door, Tom and Jerry chase it to a construction site, where they frantically test to hold it from harm.
Description: Tom is chasing Jerry again. In a panic, the mouse runs into the doghouse of tiny Tyke, the bulldog. Right next to the sleeping Tyke sleeps Spike, his father. Tom unthinkingly snatches the puppy out of his house. When Spike wakes up and sees this, he delivers a stern warning: Stay away from my boy, or else. Jerry realizes that sticking close to the man is the greatest method to repel his feline tormentor, but Tom is not about to allow the mouse evade him so easily.
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Description: Ever since the comedy greats stepped beyond the fringe for The Secret Policemen's Ball the annual Amnesty International concert has been one of the highlights of the comedy circuit. 2001's offering was named We Know Where You Live and let's face it, where else are you going to see the UK's top comedians and pop acts on one stage? Compeered by the "surreal stylings" of Eddie Izzard, this compilation of the night's highlights contains a fresh ver of the classic "Four Yorkshiremen" sketch with Eddie, Harry Enfield, Vic Reeves and Alan Rickman. Rickman stubbornly sticks to the script while all around him improvise. There is also a nice performance from Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse as the Self-Righteous Brothers and the Goodness Gracious Me squad going out for "an English".
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There are many films, especially low-budget independent films, which attract our attention during festivals, only to disappear afterwards without ever being released in the theater or on DVD. A few, however, that fly under the radar become sleeper hits, finding their audience and remaining famous for years. Such indeed may be the situation with the charming Breakfast with Curtis. Written and directed by Laura Colella and champion of the Greatest Narrative and Greatest Ensemble Cast Awards at the Los Angeles Movie Festival, Breakfast with Curtis is the storyline of a young boy's "seminal" summer that reminds us that community or huge group help and interaction can often produce private growth in a quicker and more lasting method than spending years talking to a psychiatrist.The movie is set in a suburban zone outside of Providence, Rhode Island in the lazy summer months in a time not specified. 14-year-old Curtis (Jonah Parker) has no problems with the globe in general. It's only another folks that are the problem. To tell he is introspective is like telling Don Corleone has a bunch of close friends. It's real but there's a lot more to the story. Curtis is so uncommunicative that he shuns school (is home-schooled), has no friends, and rarely even looks up when his parents talk to him.Part of the reason he is so withdrawn is a traumatic incident that happened five years ago when next door neighbor Syd (Theo Green), a long-haired gratis spirit kind who is an online bookseller, threatened to smash in his skull for throwing items at his cat. These terms of endearment did nothing to bring Curtis or his parents, dad Simon (David Parker) and mom Sylvie (Virginia Laffey) close to their neighbors and the harm has been festering since then. The neighbors in this situation are the communal-minded occupants of the three-story Victorian house next door to Curtis, known as the "Purple Citadel." They are, in fact, the director's current mates and neighbors who have never acted before.They contain Syd's girlfriend, Pirate (Adele Parker) an artist who looks out for an older woman, Sadie (Yvonne Parker), who lives upstairs, Frenchy (Aaron Jungels) and Paola (Colella) who live on the third floor and spend a lot of time smoking pot and making love. In true life, they are teachers, artists, and tool engineers. It's a fantasy, of course, but it would be great if all of our neighbors should display such camaraderie and pleasure together, (without all the drinks and pot perhaps). The rapprochement with the neighbors begins taking shape when Syd, hearing that Curtis is nice with computers, cautiously asks him to support in a video project to further his online business, shooting tapes of Syd talking into the camera about himself and posting it on YouTube.After much reluctance, Curtis agrees to support him and startling changes start to take zone in the young boy's life. Breakfast with Curtis has been named "unfocused," "amateurish," "plotless," "thin," and worse. It is probably all of the above (except for the "worse"), but what these critics leave out is that it is also a beautifully realized, touching, warm, funny, and downright lovely movie and that Parker delivers the type of commanding performance that only the greatest kid actors can reach. Even grouches like myself will go home whistling.
The nice thing about the fresh low-budget indie, 'Breakfast with Curtis', is how director Laura Colella is able to extract some exquisite performances from a fully amateur cast. What's more nice is that her actors consist of herself and her boyfriend, along with all her neighbors in true life, that reside in two, three-story turn of the century houses, in a suburb outside of Providence, Rhode Island.The inciting incident takes zone five years prior to the main action of the story. The extremely introverted nine year old, Curtis, is chastised by neighbor Syd, for throwing rocks at his cat. Curtis' father, Simon, screams at Syd as he and his wife are eating a meal, lambasting him for threatening to crack his son's skull, which is obviously an inappropriate comment.Fast forward to five years later. Curtis is actually a very tall lad of fourteen years. The break into Act 2 occurs when Syd speaks to Curtis again through their adjoining yards, and offers him a job to make video blogs on Youtube, as an adjunct to his online publishing business. Curtis (who appears to be quite bright but is home-schooled due to his introversion), takes a while but finally agrees to Syd's proposal.Theo Green as Syd steals the present as an aging hippie who shares a fount of stories with Curtis, who masterfully creates a series of recurring web episodes, which start to garner a nice number of Youtube Hits. Green reminds me of the irrepressible Christopher Lloyd as Dr. Emmett Brown from 'Back to the Future'. He's a natural actor who is fully convincing as a Bohemian from the 60s and 70s.It's hard to discern much of a plot here, but suffice it to tell that by the end of the film, Curtis has come out of his shell, is actually attending high school and interacting with children of his own age. His father Simon, finally forgives Syd for the inappropriate outburst toward Curtis when he was nine, and joins all the neighbors in a sing-a-long on one of the front porches, revealing that he's now a talented guitarist to boot.Director Colella doesn't seem to know what to do with the helping players, who are all quirky but undeveloped. We never do learn what, for example, Colella's character, Paola and her boyfriend, Frenchy, now do, except smoke pot, and perhaps have threesomes, with a visiting female friend. One amusing stage involves all the female neighbors, who keep a giddy luncheon in the backyard. When Frenchy dresses up as one of the 'girls', they spend an uproarious afternoon with him, testing ping pong and generally reinforcing the already tight camaraderie amongst the neighbors. It's all fun items but no true sub-plots are generated (except perhaps for the unmasking of Simon, who is found to play smoking marijuana with some of the neighbors).There are very several directors who can also write powerful scripts. In the situation of Ms. Colella, her ear for dialogue is extraordinary. Developing a full-blown, compelling plot, is other thing entirely. Nonetheless, Ms. Colella's talent as a cinematographer, editor and director is undisputed (Check out the web episodes she creates for Curtis). I truly hope that the powers that be in Hollywood take notice of this gifted filmmaker who has proved she can make a dynamic, original movie on such a shoestring budget!
This is a excellent example of a film being nice because of fortunate fruition. Each piece was exactly as it required to be to produce the vibe it was going for (or maybe even not exactly going for).The acting was great, even if not done by seasoned pros. If the writer/director did the casting, she either lucked out or had a totally realized vision of exactly what she wanted. The set, the cinematography, the atmosphere, each bit of it placed perfectly to maximize effect.Also, there were no cheap gags for laughs, no gimmicks thrown in to force you to empathize with anyone. It was very genuine and honestly constructed. It's a solid indie movie. It was definitely not made for the sake of making a movie. It never tried too difficult or not enough. Well done.
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