Cool movie lousy budget...
Juan Suarez | Maracaibo, Venezuela | 07/09/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This is a very independent but poorly made movie... It lacks cast, crew and editing process. But its a nice attempt for a DIY punk rock film. If you like No Use For A Name and C}california punk rock bands, go for it!..."
Life is beautiful
Michael Kerjman | 01/23/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
Tired up his eyes by abusive, psycho-neurotic, dominative, sadist girlfriend and stupid patrons at a bakery he works, Selwyn is desperate to change a life. And working for No Use for a Name music band is a handy option to execute.
However, it was not the best decision because he soon started being used to ridiculing, humiliating and simple bulling by rock musicians to convince each other in their "show-industry stars-on-rise" social and intellectual superiority over a "cake boy".
A lucky chap, left barefoot in the middle of the night somewhere on the middle of the road to the nearest inhabited place, he both made a couple of miles to an eatery, and was served, on spot employed,provided with poor but reliable accommodation.
After a few more events, some of them satirically-mimicking supposedly- French attitudes and Hollywood-style life-death brink-actions, all problems were finalized happily.
In the best traditions of American musical comedies, his boss invalid niece had him seduced and given hot time to extent of becoming an object of his desire, passion and love. She had even saved his life by hitting with wheelchair an ex-girlfriend of him to drop a pistol.
Preferring more explicit viewing of the love-making by people born with disabilities might find Adreas Serrano photographs of definite relevant addition to this movie.
So far, a set concludes both DVD and CD of fifteen musical tracks -and this is a very clever idea.
I highly recommend this KUNG-FU FILMS production by Joe Escalante."