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McBain [DVD]
McBain [DVD]
Dvd ~ Christopher Walken
Offered by skyvo-direct
Price: £5.25

2.0 out of 5 stars McBroon, 29 Nov. 2014
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The best thing about McBain is Walken's multidirectional hair. This sentimental film doesn't look good. Pastel-weak colour scheme. Flat lighting. Fake sets. Dead camerawork.

Perhaps a worthwhile scene is in the restaurant when Walken talks about getting wrecked at Woodstock. He sits there looking twitchy. Flashes an inappropriate grin. One wonders if disastrous ex-UK PM Gordon Brown modelled his weird rictus on Walken. The non-Gillian Duffy-esque woman he is addressing looks briefly as though she is unsure if he is quite sane.

The last half is so much exploding pink and blue mediocrity.

Serial Killers - Jack Unterweger - Poet of Death
Serial Killers - Jack Unterweger - Poet of Death
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Price: £11.99

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fassbinder would have been fascinated, 3 July 2013
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I bought this because of the title: Poet of Death. The story of Mr Unterweger's life is a depressing one. It is perhaps not very surprising that he became a criminal given his upbringing by a prostitute waitress mother and violent drunken grandfather. Before long he has strangled a teenage girl. He goes to jail. He discovers he has literary talent. His writing is published. He is adored by intellectuals. He is released from jail. He becomes a successful author out of sheer ego: a refusal to be destroyed. Instead, a determination to be the one who does the destroying. He appears on television. He wears a white suit and ostentatious jewellery. He displays his prison tattoos in style magazines. He is highly promiscuous. But by the end things have become desperate and pathetic. He runs out of road. His writing earns him less and less money. And his persistent weakness for murdering prostitutes results in his arrest by the police. He commits suicide in his jail cell, no option left other than self-cancellation. Fassbinder would have been fascinated.

Vinti (I)
Vinti (I)
Dvd ~ Franco Interlenghi
Offered by DaaVeeDee-uk
Price: £27.99

2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cooee!, 11 Jun. 2013
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This review is from: Vinti (I) (DVD)
I liked this a lot. I never thought I would hear someone shout 'Cooee!' in anything directed by Michelangelo Antonioni. Yet an ageing prostitute does exactly that, shortly before being gently strangled to death on a hillock.

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