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Sebastian Hughes
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15 Minutes Of Shame YIFY [2021]


It's orchestra classical music set against animation. I don't really like the introductions by the M/C. Quite frankly, it would a lot better with simple caption to indicate the music being played and its history. It would probably be more informative which seems to be important and they could deliver more information. The other main problem is the length. This is really only compelling for at most 30 minutes. It's material for a short. For a full length movie, this needs an actual story.There are some fun bits here and there. I like the Chinese mushrooms. Mickey Mouse as The Sorcerer's Apprentice is great but it's only about 10 minutes. Then there are the dancing hippos. That section is inspired. If these sections are combined, that would be a highly entertaining 30 minutes.




15 Minutes of Shame YIFY


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It's a shame for Lance Henriksen, Tom Berenger, and Danny Trejo, to be trapped in a movie that lacks interest, but here they are in "Gone Are The Days". This film qualifies as a colossal mess that is not only sleep inducing, but randomly puddles around like a doodle bug. Henriksen vacillates between blurred reality and confusing hallucinations, leaving the bewildered viewer bored and disinterested as to what he is seeing. In the end, there is no big payoff because you are trying to put together a puzzle with plenty of missing pieces. For a Western, there is no action, but just a slow agonizing terminal cough for 100 minutes. - MERK


When I first saw that there was a movie coming out, I was excited and apprehensive at the same time. I've come to accept "Based on the book/novel/bestseller/etc" as a disclaimer that if you have read the book you should probably expect the movie to be LOOSELY based, with kudos given to movies who stick to the book while keeping the cinematic liberties to a minimum. But boy oh boy does this adaptation go waaaaay beyond taking liberties. Except for the characters and very few key scenes, this could have been a totally unrelated movie. Without giving away any spoilers, basically the main character is addicted to sex, so you would think that there would be a whole lot of exposition, especially with the back drop being dialogue between the main character and a therapist. But okay, let's say you haven't read the book, or it's been a while since you have. There's so much missing as to why this woman has an addiction to sex. Why does she cheat? Why should we care that she cheats? She's painted as this spoiled and deprived woman who you don't feel sorry for,( when, in the book, there's actually a lot that went on in her past that affects her present.) There's no examination of the main character and the relationships she has.This movie was an hour and 45 minutes. I could have maybe dealt with the other stuff that wasn't included if there was a portion devoted to her past and not the 2 and half second flashback and 1 sentence literally at the end of the movie where we're just supposed to go, "oh, it all makes sense now", and walk out satisfied. While Addicted was erotic fiction, it still kept you on the edge of your seat because you wanted to find out what happened next. I couldn't put it down. All the movie did was show some soft core sex scenes, some violence, and then it hopped skipped and jumped to the end. If you've read the book, this isn't worth your time or money. And if you haven't, well you've been warned. Wait til it comes out on cable. It's a shame too, the cast was really let down.


A happily married family woman and mother explains to a psychotherapist that she has given into a desire to have sex with assorted other men.That's the plot, folks - about 15 minutes worth, I reckon. Yet it takes an hour and three quarters to tell it in a film peppered with sex scenes which don't actually have any sex in them, substituting coy avoidance instead. Yes, US cinema continues its perverse relationship with sexual matters whereby it is preoccupied with sex, but avoids actually showing an frankness on screen - beware the nipple, civilisation will fall.This film manages to be lurid, lame, prissy and interminably tedious all at the same time. Do, please, try to avoid it.


77 Minutes is a documentary by Charlie Minn about the McDonalds Massacre from 1984, when a man walked into a McDonald's restaurant in San Diego armed with guns and shot 40 men, women, and children. It took law enforcement 77 minutes to end the siege. This documentary focuses on the victims of the attack and its effects.


This is basically a come to Jesus film plus a few minutes of a fight on the train. The film starts the character build up in a middle Christian school and takes a swipe at Jesus vs ADD. The dialogue was dorky, dry and boring. Having the guys play themselves was not good. They can't act and it showed. We get to see some military training for two of the guys with the third being an also ran. The whole theme was everyone has a story and Jesus has a plan for all 6 billion of you. You can fast forward 70 minutes into the film, that is when it really starts. Clint Eastwood butchered the story. Guide: No swearing, sex, or nudity. 041b061a72


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