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Hannah Taylor Gordon,
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Richard B. Shull,
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Dylan Self <Robocoptng986127@aol.com>
I Want to Take You Higher
Written by Sly Stone (as Sylvester Stewart)
Performed by Sly and the Family Stone (as Sly & The Family Stone)
Courtesy of Epic Records
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I saw a TV add for this one, and started to laugh at gags, that were in it. Plus there were two great comedians in it. I couldn't wait to see this one and I expected nothing, but laugh and a top notch comedy? So did this movie satisfied my desires for a good laugh?
NO. The story could have been shown much better with the right directing, since it was interesting topic involved. But I shouldn't blame director for all the bad credits. The two leading actor didn't show a half of their acting talent (just remember a Williams unforgetable appearance in Dead poets society and if you want a comedy in Mrs. Doubtfire or Good morning Vietnam), The same goes for the rest of the crew. Just unnoticeable.
SURE, there were some laughable gigs that made me watch this movie to the end. Even if it was made as a light comedy (or under 80 IQ type of movie) it should provide some fresh humor scenes.
That's why I couldn' give this one a rating more than
3 out of 10
(and a special plus for Mel Gibson performance and Nasstasja Kinski beauty:)
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