Flashbacks of A Fool

Flashbacks of A Fool

DVD - 2008
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A celebrity who has wasted his life and fame on drugs and sex finds his life changed forever when he learns that his childhood friend has suddenly died.
Publisher: Burbank, California : Anchor Bay Entertainment, ©2008.
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (114 min.) :,sound, colour ;,12 cm
digital, video, surround, rda
video file, DVD, rda


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May 11, 2019

Great acting...good music... amazing visuals...SEXY!!!


Sep 05, 2014

AMAZING film. Not my normal view. I do rather like that the biggest "supporting role" in this is the Ocean. Visually stunning and directed so well, at times simple movements say more than dialog. Craig is amazing as is Harry Eden's portrayal of a young Craig. Touchingly poignant and at moments, very real.(Although the opening scene is a bit gratuitous. but hey, it got me to watch it....) ...(a few days later...): after thinking about it, i think this is a very important film. It's about reconciling with your past and while our mistakes are not the same as Joe Scot's they are equally important with which to make peace.

harrybrowne Jul 15, 2013

So much to like and so much not to. Fantastic soundtrack is best part of this film. Daniel Craig is wonderful, as he usually is. Story very sad, some laughs, some nonsense. Overall acting very good. See it just for the music.

Dec 15, 2012

Interesting story, beautiful scenery.

jgdecost Nov 12, 2012

Stupid name, good movie. The transition between the character's youth and his later life in the Hollywood hills was a little disjointed though. Daniel Craig is such a fine actor, so nuanced and versatile.

jpozenel Nov 05, 2012

Overall, it was pretty boring.

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