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Sid & Nancy 1986 123movies

Sid & Nancy 1986 123movies

Love Kills.Oct. 24, 1986114 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Morbid biographical story of Sid Vicious, bassist with British punk group the Sex Pistols, and his girlfriend Nancy Spungen. When the Sex Pistols break up after their fateful US tour, Vicious attempts a solo career while in the grip of heroin addiction. One morning, Nancy is found stabbed to death and Sid is arrested for her murder.
Plot: In January 1978, after their success in England, the punk rock band Sex Pistols venture out on their tour of the southern United States. Temperamental bassist Sid Vicious is forced by his band mates and their manager to travel without his troubled girlfriend, Nancy Spungen, who will meet him in New York only after a traumatic event. When the band breaks up and Sid begins his solo career in a hostile city, the turbulent couple definitely falls into the depths of drug addiction and co-dependency, a last journey with no return.
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Convincing portrait of the wasted and the talentless.
Recent social history is very hard to capture through drama and Alex Cox must be grateful to have such a good plot device (a far from standard love story) to carry us through this difficult and much misunderstood period of history.

Punk rock was born to be a cult. Through all the headlines and publicity the central music barely scrapped the US charts: The Sex Pistols one studio album only just crept in to the American top 100 and they were viewed more as a novelty act than the next big thing. Only when the whole thing was tamed and popified did the thing take off, by then renamed “new wave” to differentiate between the new and old school.

(By this time the Pistols had long since self-destructed.)

In the beginning, the Sex Pistols were more a private party than a band, indeed they often played them instead of more normal gigs. The original punks were anti fashion and anti everything, attracting misfits of all kinds and colours; although art and fashion students made up the majority. This really was an open house with prostitutes, homosexuals and exhibtionists being equally welcome.

(This is accurately depicted in the movie.)

Sid and Nancy were from this hanging-on group and although joining the group as bassist and groupie respectively (Nancy tried to get it on with most of the band) they were never more than window dressing. The Pistol sound was Lydon/Rotten’s voice and Steve Jones’s power chords. Sid never even played on the records.

It is notable that many icons manage to have an icon haircut (Elvis, Rolling Stones, Beatles all set hair fashions) and amazingly SV even managed one himself with his perfect spikes. His look, his life and his early death made him a cult, but he didn’t leave a legacy behind other than a series of half-hearted drunken rants.

Hard to see how Oldman could do more to be Vicious other than lose a few years. SV died at 21 and Oldman is clearly older (28 at the time of filming), but that is my only quibble. Chloe Webb (as Nancy) is also good, but annoying, like a dog that won’t shut up barking and chewing the furniture, until you just accept it. A life consisting of drugs, sex and TV – often consumed all at the same time.

Alex Cox’s direction (possibly because he knew the punk movement first hand rather than through the papers) is first rate – like Quentin Tarantino lite – but he is just as much a flash-in-the-pan as Sid and Nancy himself. He can’t make a mainstream movie, because all he is interested in is man’s ugly underbelly and without major acting talent these things look self-indulgent and even amateurish.

However this is a moral look at drug taking – not the “fun before it gets serious” moral – the “its never a good idea full stop” one. Sid is a child, Nancy is barely any more than a child, but more street-wise. Too lazy for work she used oral sex like most people use a credit card.

I like this film because it has something to say about undeserved fame, what you do (or the few choices you have) after your fifteen minutes is up and how empty headed people with no agenda get treated in this big bad world. Whether you want to spend time learning all this is up to you, but it is very well done if you do.

Review By: Pedro_H Rating: 7 Date: 2003-05-18
Masterful performances by Oldman and Webb
When I was 15, I loved this movie because I loved the Sex Pistols and everything punk. Now that I am twice that age, I love this film for its unflinching portrayal of two people’s lives, despite how uncomfortable it makes us, how little we sympathize with them as people, or how hard it is for us to comprehend the choices they made. I personally believe at least part of the discomfort comes from the fact that at some level, we DO understand Sid and Nancy, their love for each other, and the choices they make beneath the haze of addiction.

I realize, seeing it with adult eyes, why my parents were so shocked I was watching this film in 1987. But ironically, it was the best anti-drug message I could have seen in my teenage years. In performances so masterful they make me wince, fight off nausea, and weep for their misfortune, Gary Oldman and Chloe Webb constructed characters no one would ever want to be. The supporting cast deserves accolades as well – in particular, Andrew Schofield turns in a seamless portrayal of Johnny Rotten, who, unlike Sid, knows full well Malcolm MacLaren created him.

Having read “And I Don’t Want To Live This Life” by Debora Spungen, and having seen more than a handful of documentaries with live footage of the band throughout the years, what impressed me most was the consistency of tone that Oldman and Webb bring to their performances. They are spot-on, not just in stupor and excess, but in tenderness and rare moments of clarity. The movie’s ending was unique among biopics where the truth is in dispute, in that it did not profess to know the answer to that burning question (did Sid kill Nancy?) any more than Sid knew himself.

Why watch a film about a couple of junkies who came from unremarkable backgrounds and disappeared into the bleakness of drug addiction? We seem to want our films to be about something loftier than ourselves. I view “Sid and Nancy” more as a play than a movie – we allow our plays to be about uncomfortable subjects and unhappy people, but seem to think that celluloid must be as bright as the projector light behind it. This film is a study in love and dysfunction; its characters are painfully imperfect but perfectly portrayed and we cannot help but respond, even if our response is the deep, squirming discomfort that leads us to say we disliked the whole experience.

I rated this film a very rare 9.

Review By: saska-3 Rating: 9 Date: 2003-06-23

Other Information:

Original Title Sid & Nancy
Release Date 1986-10-24
Release Year 1986

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 52 min (112 min), 1 hr 50 min (110 min) (Australia)
Budget 4000000
Revenue 2826523
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Biography, Drama, Music, Romance
Director Alex Cox
Writer Alex Cox (screenplay), Abbe Wool (screenplay)
Actors Gary Oldman, Chloe Webb, David Hayman, Debby Bishop
Country UK
Awards Nominated for 1 BAFTA Film Award. Another 4 wins & 1 nomination.
Production Company Initial Pictures
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length 3,098 m (Sweden)
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Sid & Nancy 1986 123movies
Sid & Nancy 1986 123movies
Sid & Nancy 1986 123movies
Sid & Nancy 1986 123movies
Sid & Nancy 1986 123movies
Sid & Nancy 1986 123movies
Original title Sid & Nancy
TMDb Rating 6.8 310 votes

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