hey /tv/. my family have been divided after my idiot cousin managed to blow 50 thousand of my grandparents savings to finance his 'motion picture'. the idiot is 31 and does stupid shit often. He tried to borrow money from me to help with his rap career. Anyway there is no way we can get the money back and there is nothing we can do about it. Is there anyway we can salvage the money? Anyway here is a link to the film. I would bet my life savings no single person here can make it through this waffle.
>I would bet my life savings no single person here can make it through this waffle.
I have seen A Talking Cat!?! over 20 times, I've seen fucking Vampire Dentist twice. This will be easy.
yeah sure it can't be tha-
>two goddamn hours of this shit
what the fuck
I had that too. something's fucked with the embed. Just click somewhere in the vid and it'll load properly.
It's not worth it though. What the fuck op how does your family not have control over your shitpig cousin
this film has no redeeming features. it doesn't even have any camp or funny in an ironic sense worth of value and there is 2 hours of it. Imagine if Michael Bay was a retarded monnkey and the monkey had aspirations of being a celebrity and decided the best way to do it would be to produce his own film then it still would be 100x better than this film
In Lebanese families, the firstborn grandchild is the apple of the eyes of grandparents. They cannot say no. Add to this is that my cousin has a wrapped perspective on the world and then you get this monstrosity.
What the fuck did he even spend on the movie? It's shot with a camcorder and it's just using the camera's mic so there's no way he bought a boom or something, and there's zero production values. Shit nig I think your cousin might just be an embezzler
A lot of money was used on renting sports cars and paying actors for some of his shoots. Some of was spent at the Crowns Casino. And I suspect some of it went into the strawend of his drug habit and to pay back some of his 'debts'.
Thirty minutes in. This is mesmerizingly bad. I love it. Bumping to keep thread alive as I watch. One question for OP: It mentions up top that it's a true story., what exactly is true about it?
I am 30 minutes in and he starts talking about jews. There is nothing cohesive about this and the actresses in this film are probably prostitutes (not a slur but a statement of fact). Why don't his mates tell him to get into a trade? Why do they let him do this?
He has potential as a filmmaker but this is kind of a mess. It's not boring, though, and so far it's holding my attention. Basically if a movie doesn't bore me, i'll at least give it a shot
Seriously are you his cousin or a troll
I've known about this guy & this movie for some time.
He is infamous among bad movie fans in Melbourne
Is he still pretending he is a 'producer', is rahabekah still going ahead?
I am not too sure to be honest because i've never seen the film. He's involved in crime in Melbourne but as far as I can tell he isn't much of a mastermind. He has tried to get a music contract but has been refused by everyone. There is a bit about the Crown Casino, he used to get entrance into the exclusive areas there but for some reason got banned because he would get drunk and scare off the women.
Okay I'm an hour in and that last half hour was a doozy. When I paused it he was having some kind of discussion with a priest while he sitting in a throne but I can't hear what they're saying at all. This is some of the worst audio I've ever encountered in a film. A few minutes were dedicated to making fun of Jews and all things considered I'm surprised it was only a few minutes and not and hour or so. Some guys he has a beef with hassled him and his girlfriend, or acquaintance or something, and he just left to leave her to deal with them. He had some self discovery thing where he met aboriginals in the mountains and they talked about how they hated "the system". A lot of this time has just been his hilariously bad rap playing and at one point two songs were playing at the same time. The plot was not moved forward in any way in the last half hour.
Okay, I'm going back in.
An hour and a half in and he just keeps finding new and interesting ways to be bad. I just watched a scene where a woman's boss tried to force himself on her while upbeat trumpets played in the background. The scene with the priest went on for ten minutes but was filled really weird flourishes like cutting to an establishing shot of the church they were in during the scene and then the scene just picking up again and quickly zooming in on the altar in the middle of the scene for no reason. Part of me feels like he wanted it to be like the priest scene in Hunger
But a bigger part of me realizes that he's never seen Hunger. Those fucking noises in the middle of sentences for no reason. He shoves some pills down a guys throat. I'm losing my mind.
30 more minutes.
Yeah, it looked like it was perhaps filmed at his parents house but he never mentions his family. Are the 'friends' in the movie his friends or actors?
Weird thing is Australian hiphop is typically indie style production & small specialised labels, so the whole Mushroom records thing doesn't work.
I'm assuming your estrangement was caused by the fact you told him he is atonal & amusical & generally cannot rap?