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Strange Rumblings in Shangri La is a modern surf film that documents an unforgettable worldwide journey from the frigid shores of Iceland to the sultry coastline of Mozambique. From well-known spots in Europe to exotic islands off the coast of Brazil and into the deepest Indonesia, this is their greatest adventure yet. Shot entirely in Kodak super 16mm and with an original soundtrack created and curated by International DJ duo The Dukes of Chutney, Strange Rumblings in Shangri La will be an audiovisual psychedelic surfing video DVD experience like nothing ever created before.
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A conceited beach jock is bugged that the woman of his dreams thinks he's a big zero. In order to win her love, he masquerades as his bookworm twin. This title is currently unavailable. Learn more about Amazon Prime.
The ensemble comedy premiered on November 7, The film marked the first time that Kramer had directed a comedy, though he had produced the comedy So This Is New York in His first attempt at directing a comedy film paid off immensely, as It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World became a critical and commercial success in and went on to be nominated for 6 Academy Awardswinning for Best Sound Editingand 2 Golden Globe Awards.
In the infancy of hip-hop, Brooklyn-born photographer Jamel Shabazz documented the pioneers of music and style who would launch an enduring worldwide phenomenon. The Wonders is an enchanting drama centered around a family of beekeepers who are struggling to make ends meeton their farm nestled deep in the Italian countryside. In Lotfy Nathan's wild, dynamic documentary three years in the makingtheir stunning antics are envisioned through the eyes of young adolescent Pug - a bright kid from the Westside obsessed with the riders and willing to do anything to join their ranks.
True to AIP form, the advertising campaign was about as misleading as could be — depicting the film as more of a romantic comedy than anything. But, with a hot young recording star cast just below the already established Tab Hunter, and a supporting cast consisting of Scott Brady, Jim Backus, Michael Dante, and Eva Six, it would have been pretty hard for Operation Bikini to become a washout. And that was probably for the best, too, since this World War II drama really isn't that great of a title. The story here finds a US submarine commanded by Brady and Dante being assigned the unenviable task of picking up an underwater demolition team UDT and delivering them to the remnants of a sunken American vessel near the Japanese-infested Bikini Atoll in order to destroy the ship and its radar system before the enemy gets hold of it.
That series was sputtering to an end, and this film follows the formula well enough, but audiences were moving on The Castaways-Liar, Liar. Starring: Tommy Kirk and Deborah Walley.
The market for low budget horror is so flooded with product, it more than likely makes director Roland Emmerich salivate lustfully. For fans of this particular subgenre, it can be next to impossible to know which titles to watch and which ones to ignore. Many of them are painfully amateurish and horribly unoriginal, so sitting through too many can really wear your spirit down.