To celebrate the release of their tenth studio album, The Path Of Totality, legendary rockers Korn performed live to a sold-out crowd at the famed Hollywood Palladium. This performance ... See full summary »
James 'Munky' Shaffer
Confused hulking homeless superhero The Maxx tries to protect his social worker and friend Julie from an omniscient serial killer Mr. Gone both in the real world, which may or may not actually be real, and the subconscious fantasy world.
I Bought This As A DVD And So Far I Have Had It For 6 Months, I Saw Its Predecessor "Who, Then, Now" And It Was Good Considering The Height Of Expectancy Is What You Get(A Bunch Of Drunk Idiots Talking) And I Personally Found It Entertaining.
The DVD Menu Is Stupid, You Have No Idea What You Press Play To Before You Actually Press Play(With The Exception Of The Music Videos But If I Wanted THAT I Would've Gone Onto YouTube).
I Gave Up On It When I Got To Head Talking About A Dint He Had In His New Car And I Thought "Jesus This Was Funny In Who Then Now But Here Its Annoying Because The DVD Menu Is My Opinion As THE WORST DVD Menu Of All Time, I Haven't Seen A SECOND Of Deuce But If I Have To Suffer Through Munky Putting Fieldy's Shoes In A Microwave To Find Them Doing Equally Stupid Things In A 90 Minute Movie Then I Am Not Going To Bother.
If You Want To Watch This Movie By All Means Go For It, If You Can Actually Find "Play Movie" You've Done A lot Better Than Me.
I Do Have This In My Collection Of Movies At Home Because I Enjoy The Music Videos And "Who Then Now", Thats It.
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