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Permanent Vacation 1980 123movies

Permanent Vacation 1980 123movies

Jan. 01, 198075 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – In downtown Manhattan, a twenty-something boy (‘Chris Parker’)whose Father is not around and whose Mother is institutionalized, is a big Charlie Parker fan. He almost subconsciously searches for more meaning in his life and meets a few characters along the way.
Plot: In downtown Manhattan, a twenty-something boy whose Father is not around and whose Mother is institutionalized, is a big Charlie Parker fan. He almost subconsciously searches for more meaning in his life and meets a few characters along the way.
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fascinating and funny in parts, but severely flawed as a whole
Since this is considered a student film, I must admit that I cannot come up with a better reason to fall asleep during class.

“Permanent Vacation” is the darkly comic debut of acclaimed indie filmmaker Jim Jarmusch, and is unfortunately a somewhat boring film. It had plenty of things going for it, an unsettling and hypnotic musical score, a wild sense of dark humor, an interesting cast of side characters, and a beautiful visual style. However, Jarmusch sadly decided to craft this film’s final product into a seemingly incomplete, ridiculously slow paced ride that is scattered with moments of genius throughout. There is plenty I liked about this movie, but it was just so TEDIOUS and DULL-this is a 70 minute long movie that really should have only been a 40 minute long movie. The main character is annoying and pretentious, a lot of the dialogue is cringe inducing (while some of it is actually pretty amazing), and by the end I just wanted to take a nap. This could have easily been a great film if Jarmusch decided to work a little bit more on crafting a main character that is at least somewhat bearable (he doesn’t have to be likable, but please don’t make him boring and obnoxious!), and made it less goddamn SLOW! I am all for slow movies (“Satantango” is one of my absolute favorite films), and there are a few scenes in this film that are excruciatingly slow paced but manage to work due to the slowness adding to the emotional depth and black humor of those scenes. However, a vast majority of the excruciatingly slow sequences in this film just made me want to beat my head against a brick wall so I could be entertained for once!

This isn’t a bad film at all, and I would recommend it to some degree for anyone whose interested, but I would still have to recommend it with caution because it is so, so very flawed and at times unbearably boring. But, at the very least there is a lot of great humor, visual flare, quirky side characters, and beautifully discomforting background music.

Luckily, Jarmusch would improve his ways and skills by the time he made his follow up, break out feature “Stranger Than Paradise”, which is not only one of the funniest movies of all time, but also one of my absolute FAVORITES!

Review By: framptonhollis Rating: 6 Date: 2017-02-04
fascinating and funny in parts, but severely flawed as a whole
Since this is considered a student film, I must admit that I cannot come up with a better reason to fall asleep during class.

“Permanent Vacation” is the darkly comic debut of acclaimed indie filmmaker Jim Jarmusch, and is unfortunately a somewhat boring film. It had plenty of things going for it, an unsettling and hypnotic musical score, a wild sense of dark humor, an interesting cast of side characters, and a beautiful visual style. However, Jarmusch sadly decided to craft this film’s final product into a seemingly incomplete, ridiculously slow paced ride that is scattered with moments of genius throughout. There is plenty I liked about this movie, but it was just so TEDIOUS and DULL-this is a 70 minute long movie that really should have only been a 40 minute long movie. The main character is annoying and pretentious, a lot of the dialogue is cringe inducing (while some of it is actually pretty amazing), and by the end I just wanted to take a nap. This could have easily been a great film if Jarmusch decided to work a little bit more on crafting a main character that is at least somewhat bearable (he doesn’t have to be likable, but please don’t make him boring and obnoxious!), and made it less goddamn SLOW! I am all for slow movies (“Satantango” is one of my absolute favorite films), and there are a few scenes in this film that are excruciatingly slow paced but manage to work due to the slowness adding to the emotional depth and black humor of those scenes. However, a vast majority of the excruciatingly slow sequences in this film just made me want to beat my head against a brick wall so I could be entertained for once!

This isn’t a bad film at all, and I would recommend it to some degree for anyone whose interested, but I would still have to recommend it with caution because it is so, so very flawed and at times unbearably boring. But, at the very least there is a lot of great humor, visual flare, quirky side characters, and beautifully discomforting background music.

Luckily, Jarmusch would improve his ways and skills by the time he made his follow up, break out feature “Stranger Than Paradise”, which is not only one of the funniest movies of all time, but also one of my absolute FAVORITES!

Review By: framptonhollis Rating: 6 Date: 2017-02-04

Other Information:

Original Title Permanent Vacation
Release Date 1980-01-01
Release Year 1980

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 15 min (75 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Comedy, Drama
Director Jim Jarmusch
Writer Jim Jarmusch
Actors Chris Parker, Leila Gastil, John Lurie
Country United States
Awards 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.37 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory DuArt Film Laboratories Inc., New York, USA
Film Length 818 m (Sweden, 16 mm)
Negative Format 16 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 16 mm, 35 mm (blow-up)

Permanent Vacation 1980 123movies
Permanent Vacation 1980 123movies
Permanent Vacation 1980 123movies
Original title Permanent Vacation
TMDb Rating 6 111 votes

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