The Living Wake
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I'm a Film Festival worker, photographer, fan, and attender.
I'm also a huge movie-buff, and not in the 'fan girl' way/s.
And, I find that.. despite both of the above.. I'm not always impressed with some of these films, and certainly don't always agree with the reviews/critics. However, in this case, I was very happy. I don't have any complaints, really. I know that doesn't sound "oh, no complaints, I MUST see this, then". But really, this was a very-well done movie, in all aspects. You didn't end the movie on a note that you dislike - you are satisfied with the ending. And, sometimes, that's one of the biggest downfalls of many Festival favourites. I bought this used, and was more-than-okay with the condition - it was not worn at all, and was truly a bargain. However, I buy movies in 'bulk', really, and don't like paying more than 5$ per movie, considering I buy them dozens/hundreds at a time; so this was excellent for me.
I recommend a watch of this film. Even if you don't decide to buy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Absolutely adore the film, and the DVD is a treasure to own if only for the special features short film about meeting Mills!Published 7 months ago by Butterwolf
Excellent movie. Humor is raucous, musical numbers are catchy and memorable. Sorry is interesting. Filmography is delightful. Well worth the watch for any conscious mind. A+Published 18 months ago by Diabolus Machina
One of the wittiest and well done movies I've seen in a long, long time. The speed and wit of this movie keeps you laughing while still engaging with the genuine characters of the... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Dylan Baumann
This was bought for a Christmas present so I really don't feel that I should rate this
product one way or another.
This whole production was so impressed with itself -- serving up tepid 4th rate Monty Python rehashes, several of Bob Odenkirk's sketch characters, clumsy overly-obvious music, and... Read morePublished on August 2, 2012 by F J.