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Shadowman is a movie starring Richard Hambleton and Paul DeRienzo. Richard Hambleton was a founder of the street art movement before succumbing to drugs and homelessness. Rediscovered 20 years later, he gets a second chance. But...

Documentary, Biography
Oren Jacoby
Richard Hambleton, Paul DeRienzo

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Genres Documentary, Biography
Director Oren Jacoby
Stars Richard Hambleton, Paul DeRienzo
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 21 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Richard Hambleton was a founder of the street art movement before succumbing to drugs and homelessness. Rediscovered 20 years later, he gets a second chance. But will he take it?

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Sunday, 12 Jul 2020 09:55

I enjoyed this film more than I thought I would. It is a great looking documentary. The first 45 minutes are beautifully shot, shot in black and white to accentuate the atmosphere of the film. I thought the plot was well thought out. There is a lot of good stuff in the film but there are also a lot of bad things too. The thing I loved most was that this movie did not try to compare the history of racism with what has actually happened in the US. In that respect, I thought the movie was a very good depiction of how the US has changed. The way it went about showing what happened in the civil rights movement in the 60's and the issues that were being raised was a very good approach to the subject matter. The racism that was being talked about in the civil rights movement was very exaggerated. It was the opposite of what was going on in society in general. There was an abundance of visual gags in the film which I liked. It made the film more funny than anything else. The only other thing I could nitpick about the film is the inclusion of the Batman voice-over in the film. It felt a little forced and out of place and I just thought it would have made the film a lot better without it. There are a few things that the movie could have done better though. One is the use of a flashback. I thought it would have been a lot more effective to have more than one scene with the Batman voice-over. Another is the way that the characters talk about the problems with racism. They seemed to be telling a story about their own experiences. The way they talked about the racism and the problem was rather cliched. The most important thing to me in the film was how they chose to show the problems that the movie is trying to say. They did it in a very professional and artistic way. It seemed to me that they did it with some care, and it was well done. I have seen some of the films made by Robert Rodriguez and they all seemed to have the same approach. They had a script, and they had a team of people who worked on it. They knew how to use the camera well, they knew how to move the camera well, and they knew how to put some interesting visuals in the film. I think that this film was one of the best documentaries that I have ever seen. I would highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in the subject matter.
Saturday, 11 Jul 2020 02:28

Tim Burton's "Big Fish" (2005) is a rare film for a comedy and a good thriller. It is also a rare film for a filmmaker to create a film that takes itself very seriously and, at times, really hurts. Burton does both of those things so well. The film centers on the life and death of Errol Flynn (Ben Stiller) a traveling salesman of false teeth. He comes to the attention of a couple named Lee and Clara Caine (Anne Bancroft and Dermot Mulroney) and starts to lose their lives in a small town. Flynn is also hit by a truck and killed. A year later, he is still not able to start the heart transplant from the deceased. Also, he has to deal with his family's struggle of the past and his close friendship with Lee and Clara. It is a very well written film. It is also a very well directed film. The movie is very funny and entertaining. However, the film's serious and dramatic moments, especially the death of Errol, are what drag the film down. Burton, as always, makes the film feel more realistic. It is almost like he is not playing in a cartoon. However, he does not make the film more realistic. Burton is much more serious and more realistic than his father Frank, who did the screenplay. It is this realism that makes the film so fun and enjoyable. He really did make the film. I also like how Burton takes the entire film seriously. That is not to say that there are no moments of humor. There are many scenes that have humor. But most of the humor comes from the fantastic way Burton tells the story. It is almost like he is telling the story to his son's younger self. That is definitely not the case with his father. Burton told the story of Flynn to the older son. That is also why the film is more serious. Burton, for better or worse, makes the film feel real. The actors who played the Flynn's, although I would not say that Anne Bancroft and Dermot Mulroney are the best actors of all time, are the actors who truly make the film. They are the ones who take the story seriously. They are the ones who are able to make the film not a cartoon, but a very serious and realistic film. Anne Bancroft, who played Clara, is very convincing as a mother who is trying to save her son. Her performance is very believable. She is very good at making the movie more realistic. Dermot Mulroney, who played Lee, is a great actor. His performance as a man who cannot handle the death of his friend, is a great performance. He is very convincing. However, he is not as convincing as the older son. Dermot Mulroney is
Sunday, 10 May 2020 04:32

The Making of a Fantasy Film. According to IMDb, this was a "9th Century Epic Journey into the Underworld" that the makers of this film are "confused" with the word "fantasy" in the title of the movie. I'd like to clarify that while this movie may be classified as a "fantasy" movie, it is a truly beautiful, dramatic movie that's more akin to a "mystical" movie than a "fantasy" movie. The director of the film, Joe Johnston, is truly a dreamer of the human spirit and human imagination. He goes to great lengths to illustrate his fantastic concept through his visual and sound effects. As the movie progresses, we are introduced to a diverse and wonderful cast of characters, each of whom plays an integral role in the story. One would think, then, that the cast would be fantastic, but that's not the case. The cast in this movie is comprised of mostly actors, mostly unknowns, and a few famous actors. The reason for this is because of the nature of the story. The director is trying to tell a story of fantasy, but at the same time, it is a story of "gods, ghosts, and ancient civilizations." Although, the cast is varied, each actor shines with their performance in this movie. Overall, this movie is one of the best fantasy movies of all time. I'm surprised that this movie hasn't received more awards. I highly recommend this movie for anyone who wants to be introduced to a world that is beyond the Hollywood boundaries. The story is powerful and uplifting and I encourage everyone to watch this movie and appreciate the story. This is a true classic that I hope to see again and again.

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