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April 10, 2015
Still some thirty years later I do not know what DePalma was thinking.
Super Reviewer
½ July 11, 2012
An incoherent, unfunny and strange comedy movie by De Palma, a good director in suspense films, but very bad in humor. Sometimes, Home Movies have his moments, unfortunately flaw with the lack of laugh in the audience and make the people doesn't care about the characters or they destiny. Boring and forgettable. Rotten.
May 8, 2012
i want to see this movie i think this movie is great
May 8, 2012
A completely unique film. It doesn't matter if its bad or good (but it's good), it needs to be seen by all.
May 8, 2012
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May 8, 2012
funny Brian DePalma black comedy
May 8, 2012
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May 8, 2012
This is one of my favorites
½ May 8, 2012
This is not a great movie by ANY means, but there is a part of me that loves this movie. One of Brian DePalma's little movies, but one that spoofs his style, showing that he has a sense of humor. Good stuff.
Super Reviewer
May 8, 2012
This is a little known independent film made by Brian De Palma in-between "The Fury" and "Dressed To Kill". It was made with a crew of young film students as a philanthropic hands-on exercise in movie-making, helmed by De Palma and with contributions from his Hollywood contacts: composer Pino Donaggio; actors Kirk Douglas, Gerrit Graham and Nancy Allen; editor Paul Hirsch, etc. The hope was that the movie would be a commercial success and would kick-start a wave of independent film-making. Unfortunately, this didn't happen, but "Home Movies" is still a little gem which is well worth seeking out. Its humour is rather more absurd and less gentle than that of De Palma's first feature, "The Wedding Party", though the tangible enthusiasm for the project by all concerned is somewhat similar to that film's. This is more than just a fascinating cul-de-sac in his career, containing as it does a few of the recurring motifs of his major work, most notably voyeurism ("Hi, Mom!", "Sisters", "Body Double", etc) but also the idiosyncratic use of railway stations ("Dressed To Kill", "Blow Out", "The Untouchables", "Carlito's Way"). One comic episode in which Keith Gordon, grease-painted and sporting an afro wig, is assaulted by a racist cop reminds one of the "Be Black, Baby" segment in "Hi, Mom!". Essential viewing for die-hard De Palma fans.
May 8, 2012
this also should be a good one too to go & see
May 8, 2012
nice movie but doesnt look real
May 8, 2012
the movie look so boring
May 8, 2012
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