Life is like a crab cake?
A cross between A Clockwork Orange and The Butcher Boy.
I had been wanting to see this for a long time - there used to be a poster in the window of the Video Update I used to go to, before it burned down anyway...Just having the word 'poisoner' in the title was good enough for me...it just sounds sick.
I was pleased to find out that the film was indeed based on a true story, though all the books I could find about Graham Young on Amazon.com were long out of print. I guess I will have to go to a library or something.
I enjoyed the hell out of it, even though I have never read an X-Men comic in my life.
This is quite possibly, the worst film I have ever seen in my entire life. I know I throw that statement around a lot, but this is the tops - worse than my usual triumverate of 'worst' films, The Flintstones, Prince of Darkness and Showgirls.
Okay - he's a male prostitute that doesn't fuck any of his clients. That's just wrong.
That's right, he doesn't fuck any of them, except for the one he falls in love with and she's gorgeous. She only has one leg, but she is gorgeous nonetheless. Sorry to have spoiled it for you, but it's a R movie, for chrissakes. You had to expect more than that.
I saw this when it originally came out in the theaters and I remember leaving the theater vaguely disappointed. After renting it, I still can't put my finger on why. It was beautifully filmed, it had a decent cast and an amazing director. This is definitely a case where the individual parts are greater than the sum of the whole. Don't get me wrong, I liked it a lot, but maybe I was expecting too much...
Hmmm...I can't decide if it sucked or I loved it...
Reminds me of the dumb crap we made when we were in college, so maybe that means I liked it...and I thought Orpheus in Hollywood was hard to understand...
This is it...as of now, I have seen every single John Water film that is available to be seen...and I saved the most fucked-up for last!
Divine isn't in it - but it's still great. Jean Hill more than fills the space vacated by Divine (literally and figuratively). David Lochary is sadly missed from this one as well...
Better than Mission: Impossible 2. Yes - for once I am agreeing with critics...
There was a lot of ass-kicking action - though it was all rather tame, but unlike John Woo - it is okay for Jackie Chan to make a PG-13 film. Expected even.
It was okay, I guess. No boobies, no blood.