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Description: Revenuers have been chasing a gang of bootleggers for years. They're hot on the trail near a gas station operated by Harry, a seemingly slow witted fellow with a cheery and spunky girlfriend. A shootout between treasury agents and the gang - they move the hooch in manikins seated in a touring vehicle - takes zone in front of Harry's filling station. While Harry's gal stays outside, Harry carries the liquor-filled dummies into the station. Will there be a reward for the heroics of Harry and his honey?
Description: The lord is a juvenile dolt who tries the patience of the shrewish queen. While she's in the throne room awaiting him, he's outside testing with guns, drilling his soldiers, and dallying with the wife of a fresh minister. The queen catches him kissing her, her husband figures out that something fishy is going on, and the lord tries his greatest to proceed with his plans for a night out. The queen contrives to hold him cuffed in the bedroom: king, queen, minister, and coquette end up in a minigame of musical beds. Will his royal highness receive his night out?
Description: A forty-year-old boy loses his work and is unemployed. There is a continual coming and going between uncomfortable in his own skin unemployed person, his mistress - a middle-class - and an exuberant and fragile girl.
Description: Sophie and Patrick are a well-off couple who are offered the prospect of changing their town by Patrick's rise to work. The issues of the transfer are joined by a larger one, their daughter is in the midst of a teenage crisis and turns family life into hell
Description: Javier is in love with Romina. At a party, we hear his thoughts and sometimes he even talks to us. Testing between reality and fantasy, Javier will test to overcome his fears and receive the woman of his dreams.
Description: Based on the real storyline of the special relationship between provocative filmmaker Russ Meyer and legendary critic Roger Ebert while they made Beyond the Valley of the Dolls at 20th Century Fox.
Description: The trickster antics greatest displayed in Wong Jing’s Tricky Brains are back. Wong is once again responsible, as he casts Chan Bak-Cheung (Ah Leck) as the master of a prankster company who claims he was a student of the original Jing Goo, Stephen Chow. Chan takes in Oh My Gott (Eric Kot), a doofus great guy who’s down on his luck after being tricked repeatedly by Chan’s rival (Lo Meng). Gott joins Chan’s trick squad, consisting of Dry member Tag Lui, wacky personalities Quick Beat & Slow Beat, and the buxom Sherming Yiu. The squad is hired by rich bastard Simon Lui to trick his half-sister, the nice pretty Lee Ann. However, she’s a cute seasoned trickster herself, meaning that our heroes search themselves very busy. Meanwhile, Oh My Gott rediscovers Yandy (Athena Chu), the nurse he loved from afar many moons ago, who’s actually working for Lee Ann.
Description: William Henry Skinner's young wife has nice confidence in her husband's abilities and is ambitious for his success. He informs her of his importance at the office; but in reality he is an insignificant employee on a tiny salary, and when refused a raise, he hasn't the courage to say his wife. Distressed at her husband's shabby appearance, "Honey" persuades him to purchase a dress suit, and at a charity bazaar she pushes him to the front so that he dominates the affair and comes to the attention of the dignitaries. Skinner forces himself upon the attention of his employer and the employer's chief rival, whose admiration he wins when he bluffs him out of a poker pot. In spite of Skinner's efforts to prevent it, the rival companies are consolidated; and impressed by his spirit and enthusiasm, his superiors promote him to sales manager.
Description: Wealthy Clytie Rogers writes a novel in which a society woman commits a burglary, but it is "roasted" by critic Jimmy Gilpin, who writes that her storyline is fully implausible. To prove him wrong, Clytie decides to feign a robbery and enters an apartment through an launch window. She is apprehended by a policeman, who mistakes her for local robber "Powder Nose Annie." Gilpin sees her in jail and, posing as crook Jimmy of the Dives, arranges to break her out and take her on a robbing spree. Finally, Jimmy returns her to her parents and then calls at her home as Gilpin, the critic. Clytie is suprised but forgives the deception and agrees to marry him.
Description: While some bright penny made a lot of cash publishing a ebook for girls about "The Rules" of wooing and winning a man, one boy who can't be bothered to write such things down explains his own system for getting what he wants from the ladies in this comedy. Michael Vigilante (Robert Capelli Jr.) is a lawyer who considers sex to be a vitally necessary part of his well-being -- and the more sex (and the more women) he gets, the better. Vigilante shares his guiding philosophies on the fine art of convincing girls to sleep with him when he isn't busy dealing with his former girlfriend (Christine Nagy), a crazy psychoanalyst (Frank Gorshin), a thick-headed prosecutor (Vincent Pastore), a love-starved judge (Nancy Siriani), and a humorless mob enforcer (Ken Del Vecchio). The Guidelines for Boys also details Howard Stern Present regular Jackie Martling (aka "Jackie The Joke Man") as a partner of Vigilante's law firm
Description: Mike and Dave are young, adventurous, fun-loving brothers who tend to receive out of control at family gatherings. When their sister Jeanie reveals her Hawaiian wedding plans, the rest of the Stangles insist that the brothers bring respectable dates. After placing an advertisement on Craigslist, the siblings decide to pick Tatiana and Alice, two charming and seemingly normal women. Once they arrive on the island, however, Mike and Dave realize that their companions are ready to receive wild and party.
Description: Over fifty very popular American and Canadian funny folks (filmmakers, writers, actors and comedians) share life and professional adventures and insights, in an effort to shed light on the thesis: Do you have to be miserable to be funny?
Description: Laucha (Alberto) is a regular middle-aged guy who lives with his elder mother and works at a factory. After a night out where he attends a present by transvestite artist Dominique, he develops an unexpected fixation with the artist. What started out as a loud reaction of disgust and bigotry, slowly turns into him realizing that he is in fact infatuated by Dominique. This newfound interest fills Laucha's mind with guilt and doubt, while his coworkers begin mocking him for dating a "wierdo", and his family grieve his lost decency. In the midst of Laucha's predicament, a revelation by Dominique will shake the board.
Description: When his wife goes away on vacation, a husband decides to test that time to do a tiny "playing around" and winds up at a resort hotel with two young girls. Unbeknownst to him, his wife is at the same hotel, planning a tiny "playing around" of her own.
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A lot of folks criticize Adam Sandler films for having $80 million dollar budgets with no discernible clues onscreen as to where that cash went. Here we don't receive to indulge in that past-time with a related movie done with at least four less zero's in the budget. Writer / Director Fredianelli himself plays multiple characters in the film, a brave choice for sure as well as putting much of the opening flashback act in the hands of kid actors and setting it in the 1980's. For the most part, I didn't notice any anachronisms and appreciate that the production designer took such nice lengths to track down so many working old school nintendo games.Much like Adam Sandler's PIXELS, the actually grown-up lost souls of the video minigame generation will have a lot in common with the directionless character of the film. In a related stage to the opening of the 1982 "Marco Polo" TV movie, video minigame addict Vincent's dying mother asks him to go take care of something, in this situation to reconcile with the widow and kid of his deceased twin brother. Twisted motives, romance, and male bonding ensues, most of which involves the testing of old school video minigames in some way.After an O.K. start, the subsequent raunchy humor and awkwardness didn't receive a lot of laughs out of me. Fredianelli somehow manages to hold Vincent fairly likable despite having no redeeming qualities. At one mission Vincent becomes a homeless vagrant mentored by a veteran transient played by small-time actor James Allen Brewer.An aside note here: while a lot of the actors here place in some nice work, James Allen Brewer fully OWNS this movie. His performance as a washed up alcoholic bum finished with slurred speech and soiled clothing might be one of the most spot-on characterizations of our time! The movie is worth watching simply for him, in certainly a large step up and turnaround from his workmanlike present as a "tough guy gangster" in the only another movie I'd seen him in previously, AMERICAN MOONSHINE. Brewer also puts in nice work in other movie made the same year BLOOD RELATIVE in which he goes back to testing a gangster character, but his performance here is truly a sight to behold. It's a shame that he isn't in the movie more.Much of the movie revolves around a very awkward dinner stage with a reasonable amount a tension. I kept anticipating things to receive a lot more wild and crazy than they ended up going, leaving me a bit cold and underwhelmed by this viewing experience. THE REDEMPTION OF VINCENT YOUNG is a mixed bag for sure but includes some of the most surprisingly nice acting you'll search in such a weak budget movie.
Despite a powerful start, VINCENT YOUNG is largely a misfire for Wild Dogs Productions. The film shares many of the same traits we've seen in previous dark comedies from director Fredianelli, but instead of scoring again with a related formula and characters, the effects are mostly sterile. The film doesn't manage to go anywhere particularly interesting by film's end and doesn't have enough stand out scenes to justify its brand of what amounts to mostly nihilism for nihilism's sake. Sure there's humor, but most of the film's comedic beats are inane and focus on bodily functions.Let's talk about what the film does receive right though. The aforementioned opening act is a lot of fun. It's a prologue set in 1989 with all the fun art direction touches you'd expect to see for the time period. We receive some fun insights into the lead hero and his twin brother's childhood. The film then jumps forward to the show with a blitzkrieg montage featuring the twins. Some great production values are shown off including a Hawaii zone and a hilarious shot involving multiple hookers and mountains of cocaine. The film utilizes a fun video minigame motif that starts in the flashback and carries over to the rest of the movie. The retro 8-bit melody and games add some great flavor along with some intelligent parallel editing that uses the minigame enjoy on screen to illustrate a key mission in the plot. There's also a nod to YouTube's The Mad Video Minigame Nerd soon in the film with Fredianelli providing his own AVGN inspired shtick that surpasses even the Nerd's own review of TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES for the Nintendo Entertainment System. While this is all well and good, it's unfortunate so much of the film hinges on including so much unlicensed intellectual property. While the movie does have another issues similar to watchability, it's a shame it set itself up to probably end up reaching no further than becoming a YouTube upload itself because of this.Another powerful mission worth mentioning about the film is its cast. Everyone performs at the top of their minigame with Fredianelli (his funniest moment involving him clad as Santa Claus with minigame controller in hand and pillow-enhanced belly obscuring half of his face) proving capable once again of making the viewer feel sympathetic to an otherwise unsympathetic main character. The helping users also stand out particularly well and are headlined with a group of actresses that are as charismatic as they are cute (despite being largely the butt of the movie's bodily waste based humor). Though granted tiny screen time, an almost unrecognizable James Allen Brewer manages to outshine everyone as a grubby, homeless boy with booze induced slurred speech.As it stands, VINCENT YOUNG has some nice ingredients, but never makes much of an impression as a cohesive narrative film. With what it does have going for it, it's too terrible the sum of the movie's parts couldn't yield a more satisfying and funny movie.
Not to start with a dramatic over-statement, but why not? The "Redemption of Vincent Young" is director Michael Fredianelli's greatest work since "The Scarlet Worm."Namely, because there is a magnificent cast. They listen, they achieve a warped chemistry, they make magic. This opposed to sermonizing embellished dialogue while trapped in master shots with no escape, Also, despite a nihilistic plot screaming for the Fredianelli signature massacre and suicide resolution, there is a balance of drama and poignancy--even if the latter gets very wet.Most striking, aside from some unforgivable insect murders, there is rampant, orgiastic and liberating vulgarity involving sex, flatulence and doo-doos. Some of these moments sincere homages to Depth Charge, others elegiac and reflective of the depths of the human condition. No irony here. They carry their own symbolism, be it empathy toward victims of Turret's, or the eternal frustration of sex roles. Maybe too challenging a film for viewers uncomfortable with the suffering of 37 year old dysfunctional outcasts. But Fredianelli, himself, anchors the film and puts to rest any notion he can't carry a comedy. The performance is bulgy with animation, yet gut- wrenching due to Fredianelli's many tics and outbursts. All truthful. Precision counts when portraying mental anxiety--whether it be punching pillows or surrendering to the company of hobos called Terry (an exceptional performance by James Allen Brewer). Equally impressive is Matt Monaco as a wise-cracking misanthrope who endures humiliation as a Chuck E. Cheese employee.Lots of effective, improved production qualities to enjoy, with powerful sound and montages, including some Hawaii decadence and unexplained drug and sex abuse. Movie's most penetrating question: are there really millions of borderline mentally retarded, upper middle-class Americans addicted to TV and video games? And if so, are they worth saving? Depth Charge rewards with 5 out of 5 potato sacks! Bravo!
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