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Starry Night [DVD]

Abbott Alexander , Lisa Waltz , Philip Abbott    Parental Guidance   DVD

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Penniless painter Vincent Van Gogh comes back to life in modern-day Los Angeles and is surprised to discover that his work is now revered the world over and sells for millions of dollars. However, rather than profiting from his newfound fame, Vincent finds it hard to make anyone believe he is who he says he is and cannot gain access to his own paintings now that they are in the hands of big collectors. The artist's situation only improves when he meets a talented young art student who inspires him to produce new masterpieces.

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Accept the Corny-ness! This movie has heart! 2 Nov 2002
By Theodore G. Frushour - Published on
This movie is really fun as long as you go into it with the right attitude. The sets are cheap, there are some continuity problems, and the acting is really, really strange. It's sort of like something you'd expect from a PBS-produced soap-opera documentary. Some would call it bad--and I would agree if it was confined to one cast member--but it seems like the whole cast is in on the joke, and once you accept it, the movie is really quite interesting. Don't expect your life to be changed, or your sense of aesthetics to be redefined, but settle down to enjoy a whimsical little movie with a really unique tone.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Very Imaginative 11 Dec 2000
By A Customer - Published on
This was a wonderfully imaginative movie. What an idea, if one of the greatest artists in history came back in modern times. An artist that was shunned and reaped no rewards for his life's works returns to find that his paintings are now worth 10's of millions of dollars (or 100's of millions). If you have the ability to enter into the third party of film; to believe the unbelievable, you'll like this movie. It's not a "solid" movie. Some of the acting leaves want for more, as does the cinematography. However, it was thoroughly enjoyable. All round, I liked it.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A delightful way to view a bit of history and possibility. 10 Feb 2001
By A Customer - Published on
I rented this video for my 10 year old son who is a fan of Van Gogh. Although, I will admit it wasn't the "deepest" film I ever saw, it certainly entertained us. It highlighted some of Van Gogh more famous paintings with little "insights" into Van Gogh's intentions while painting them. This film encouraged my son to learn more about other artists in a similar manner and that is value that beats out traditional TV and video games!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Go man Gogh! 14 Feb 2001
By L Baker - Published on
Enjoy this whimsical story showing Van Gogh transported into modern time to get a second chance. What he discovers is that his art is highly valued and since he never sold a painting in his lifetime, he seeks to reclaim his work and in the process falls in love! Lots of fun esp. watching Sally Kirkland as a relentless detective seeking to bust this mental case who believes he is truly Van Gogh!
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars quirky, fun film 17 Dec 2001
By John Ronald - Published on
I gotta give this film 5 stars, if only to even up the odds.
Can't believe the people out there slamming it with only
1 star--they are worse than the savage critics attacking
"Vincent's" LA work....this film is a fantasy anyway, who cares if he wakes up in CALIFORNIA instead of his place of burial
in's all about art and MADNESS and the intersections
in between...I thought this was a very cute "indie" film
and much better than mainstream hollywood schlock.
It's a decent evenings it.
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