The cinematic visualisation of the upper class of Pinem - is painted with a surrealist brush that Salvador Dali might have dropped (but).. falls short of expectations, registering a low emotional score despite all that is at stake
I purchased today 11\/29\/2013 (Black Friday). This exact item was one of the dvd deals Walmart offered for black friday. When I got home and tried to redeem the digital copy it just gave me\/ an error. After further reading the redemption card it specifically says to redeem no later than 8\/18\/2013 (almost 4 months ago). I emailed Walmart, they immediately forwarded the email to vudu.com, who then told me I needed to contact the production company (Lionsgate) for the movie in order to try to get a new code. I go to the Lionsgate website they have no \"customer service\" email us link.\nWay to false advertise to sell overstock from at least 5 months ago.\nIf you bought this on Black Friday 2013 I hope you didn't really want the digital copy.
I ordered this, paid for this through paypal and 10 minutes later they said they had a problem with my payment even though I was using it fine before and after with other companies and then it was sold out, now within a couple of days its back in stock for 20 dollars more. Bad sales practices and treatment of customers WMart.
I had been meaning to watch this movie on DVD but never got around to it. Then one day it was on a \"free movie channel weekend\" and I watched it. When the movie was over I immediately ordered the DVD and the sound track. It is such a cute movie...Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis have great chemistry...it has become one of my guilty pleasures that I will watch over and over again. The sound track covers most of the music from the movie and I love it.
Now this isn't the most violent film I've ever seen, but it is certainly one of the only films in which the infliction of violence (gut-churning violence) brings people together. And to that I say ... finally!
If you are a fan of M. J. Fox as I am you will enjoy this romantic movie. If you also enjoy a good laugh this movie is for you. Fox is young in this movie and it was during production of this movie he learned he had Parkinson's Disease. A must see for Fox fans.
A brave, spectacularly entertaining -- and unexpectedly stirring -- account of Flynt's life that asks us to regard the publisher of Hustler magazine as an invaluable champion of our First Amendment freedoms.