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Altitude Falling

2.7 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews

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Product Description

ALTITUDE FALLING

About the Director

Paul Bright
Angora Ranch - 2006
Theft - 2007
Aaron...Albeit a Sex Hero - 2009

Special Features

None.

Product Details

  • Actors: William Diamond, Paul Bright, Cynthia Schiebel, Brenda Kuciemba
  • Directors: Paul Bright
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    Unrated
    Not Rated
  • Studio: WATER BEARER FILMS
  • DVD Release Date: July 20, 2010
  • Run Time: 93 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003LWLG0C
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #247,150 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Altitude Falling" on IMDb

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By J. Martin on August 17, 2013
Format: DVD
If you, like Paul Bright, are turned on by the sight of middle-aged Paul Bright strutting naked, with everything flopping free, before a boy he's just met, young enough to be his grandson... and a few minutes later the two of them making out naked (both of them, this time) in bed (obviously the strutting worked its irresistibly sexy magic - but he IS the director, after all, AND the writer), then this is the movie you've been waiting for.

I've forced myself to watch Bright's first four movies because his relentless determination to make them despite huge obstacles fascinated me, but this is the last. He has no talent. A monster ego, but not one drop of talent anywhere.

Low budgets have nothing to do with it. Masterpieces have been made for a fraction of what a Bright movie costs to make - Shane Carruth made Primer for $5000, but Carruth has talent and Bright has none.

Bright's movies do nothing but aggressively and artlessly push his absurdly narcissistic self-image and his nauseating libertarian fantasies of legalized drugs and uninhibited man-boy naked LOVE triumphing over diabolical government oppression and violent religious lunatics.

The fundamental requirement of ANY movie is that it be entertaining. Bright's movies obviously entertain him enormously, but they only irritate, bore and repulse me. In a DVD extra for his 2007 movie Theft (don't waste your money on it just because I put a link), Bright said anybody who writes a negative review of his movies is "a bitter queen with an ax to grind". I guess that's me. I'd rather BE a bitter queen than watch another minute of his talentless egomaniacal crap.
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I gave it 1 star only because you can't comment if you don't "rate" it first. I have been to small town High School plays, where everyone who wanted to be in it was, that had better acting. I have been to college plays that were Tony Award winners compared to this. I watch movies with bad ratings because I love "B" movies and assume "it can't be THAT bad." Now I can say "Yes. Yes it can. And it can be even worse." I have to assume it was self-financed because no one in their right mind would give this man money to make this drivel. It's too late for me. Run. Run fast and far. Try "Plan 9 From Outer Space." It's an Oscar winner by comparison.
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The premise is interesting but don't be fooled. There is nothing to like about this movie. The 'soundtrack' is awful... the script and dialogue is bad and the acting is probably the worst I've ever seen on film.

Some movies are so bad they're funny. Not this one. It's just bad, bad, bad.

The direction is awful too. A director should be able to make actors look good.... here they just look even more foolish. Not only are the actors not likeable in their roles, they sound like third graders reading it for the first time.

The story goes from interesting concept to poor execution and ends with a journey to nowhere.
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The acting was poor for the most part but the story was all to real. It could very easily become reality the way we are heading. This would have made a great book. if the budget for the film was more it would be a great film. I am glad i watched. It is great food for thought.
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The plot had potential that production didn't even come close to living up to. The acting was dreadful and was actually painful to watch. I've seen porn with better acting. I really was disappointed because the description sounded very promising.
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This little picture was a woeful exercise in the kind of mewling, incoherent self-absorption that, for example, a colicky 3 year-old might attempt to display with the help of cardboard hand-puppets. The overall work is on a par with the sort of "infantile production" one might encounter inside a diaper thrown at high velocity from the window of a stolen vehicle -- a packed and steaming diaper, balled-up and left to bake in the sun amid listless weeds and scattered cigarette butts littering the edge of a lonely interstate.

I didn't think words to describe this cinematic abomination would "come to me." But they have.

Director and romantic lead, Paul Bright, looking and acting like some large and dyspeptic specimen from the ostrich family, feathers askew and quite dusty, would have us believe he has crafted a compelling tale about futuristic government plots of Orwellian caliber. Flinging motifs like so many stale corn-chips from the grab bag of Pedestrian Sci-Fi Themes, Bright unfurls a fetid red carpet of characters implanted with ID-chips, victims of rising seas and obscure wars, bureaucrats spying upon the hapless through their Playschool computer screens as they tap compulsively at various keyboards and devices that appear to be prizes extracted from old Cracker Jack boxes, and poor, persecuted citizens who all seem to have been forcibly lobotomized -- although that special effect could well be the "acting" (more about that in a minute.)

Set at a hazy date in some oppressive American future, Bright plays a creepy-looking older man who operates a bicycle-repair shop in the middle of a distant, heavily wooded area (prompting one of his co-stars to opine, "So, why do you operate a bicycle repair shop in a heavily wooded area?
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