The Owls And Hooters details
|Starring:||V.S. Brodie, Guinevere Turner, Deak Evgenikos, Lisa Gornick|
|Directors:||Cheryl Dunye, Anna Margarita Albelo|
|Genres:||Comedy, Gay/Lesbian, Thriller|
The Owls And Hooters
|Run time:||2 hours 18 minutes|
|Rental release:||06 Jun 2011|
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Not what i expectedBy CaznTracy (1 review) , 02 Aug 2011
[Highly rated reviewer]Well talk about confused I thought this was a film ??? It seemed to be more a mocumentary about making a film i say mocumentary because its gotta be the worst dvd I have seen in a long while and couldn't class it as either a film nor documentary ... My advise is do not order this unless you like confusion
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Utter rot!By Tattygrass (2 reviews) , 20 May 2012So bad I gave up watching it - which is something I hardly ever do. Absolutely abysmal! Interrupting the film to hear comments from the actors I found really irritating
utter rubbishBy a customer , 03 Mar 2012utter utter utter utter utter utter utter utter utter utter utter utter utter utter utter utter utter utter utter utter rubbish
A clever documentary on a disastrous film...By a customer , 13 Feb 2012Mixed feelings here.
While the actual film, The Owls, is a dreadful disaster, the documentary about the making of it, Hooters, is a real gem.
Quite an embarrassing situation, it's like going to a gig and the supporting act is really good, while the actual band is completely crap.
The Owls storyline is impossible to follow and solely relies on Hooters to explain it all.
It would have been much better to present it the other way round: Hooters, a documentary on making a community film, presented with the actual film someone tried to make (but clearly never finished).
Watch it for Hooter only, and watch The Owls if you have a spare hour you want to get rid of.
Dreadful and PretentiousBy a customer , 19 Nov 2011Stuck it out for 15mins before hitting the eject button, confused, self indulgent passes itself off as something arthouse and clever which it is not.
Expected a lot more.By southernbelle269 (11 reviews) , 03 Sep 2011I was expecting a lot more from this, but it all seemed confusing. The documentary (Hooters) is an interesting insight into queer film and film making and worth it on its own. The film (Owls) is a confusing mess and isn't really worth watching at all. It doesn't make sense, even in light of the making of documentary. Rent it, but don't buy it!