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In its academic approach, American Grindhouse is like sex ed: the lecture gets tedious, but it's worth sitting through for the pictures.
Nitpicky enough to please film-history nerds but lively in a way that should tickle the merely curious.
Traces the history, excesses, and glory of unsavory cinema, providing a magnificent education in the process, communicating the nuances and traditions of a brand often disregarded as forgettable schlock.
Highly recommended viewing not only for grindhouse fans but for anyone with an interest in film history.
American Grindhouse is a little vanilla in its presentation, but it's a pretty fascinating story nonetheless.
American Grindhouse seems to miss the irony of what the recent proliferation of faux-exploitation films actually partially represents.
Entertaining and knowledgeable history of American exploitation movies.
Informative, entertaining and unforgettable, American Grindhouse it's a great study about exploration movies, U.S. modern pictures inspirations, the fight to adapt "cinema fashion" and win money. A trip into remarkable and 'bad taste' films. Criative and inspired, dispite doesn't mention some important people in underground low budget industry cinema. Fresh.
This follow-up of sorts to NIGHTMARES IN RED, WHITE AND BLUE provides a history of (non-horror) exploitation films in the U.S. Compared to NIGHTMARES, this shorter documentary covers its shallower subject in greater depth (if that makes sense).
Not perfect. Skips over some important figures such as Roger Corman. However, a pretty excellent primer on one of the most notorious and misunderstood genres in cinema history.
A pretty interesting and very entertaining look at the low class exploitation films of the past. What makes the documentary good is that John Landis and Joe Dante are involved. They are two very interesting directors who have made good movies. They love movies and it really shows in American Grindhouse. When they are talking it feels like an extended Trailers From Hell episode. Landis says probably the most important quote for people who are looking at getting into grindhouse films. "Most of them are shit, but every once in awhile you'll find a good one."
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