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Canyons [Blu-ray] [Import]

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1.0 out of 5 stars Canyon of emptiness Feb. 24 2014
There are bad movies that make you angry. There are bad movies that make you laugh. And then... there are bad movies that make you feel a little depressed and icky, but mostly just bored.

"The Canyons" is the last kind -- a hollow low-budget melodrama that begins and ends with empty pretension. It has roughly the same kind of story (shallow rich people, sex, murder) that Bret Easton Ellis has been writing for the past several decades, centering on a rapidly deteriorating Lindsay Lohan and her smoker's croak.

Rich brat/movie producer Christian (James Deen) is in a relationship with Tara (Lohan), an aging party-girl who desperately wants the financial security he gives her. Every night, Christian brings in other people (both male and female) to have sex with Tara while he watches, and sometimes they participate in group sex.

Tara convinces Christian to cast struggling actor/bartender Ryan (Nolan Gerard Funk) in his latest schlock movie -- without mentioning that Ryan is her ex-boyfriend, and that she's having a secret affair with him. But Christian suspects what Tara and Ryan are up to -- and he sets out to destroy his rival in any way possible. Even murder.

Even before it was made, "The Canyons" was overshadowed by the forces behind it -- it was written by Ellis, directed by Richard Schrade, and starred the perennial train-wreck Lindsay Lohan in her "comeback." What was more, the movie was funded by Kickstarter and distributed on VOD. This movie could have been on the vanguard of the new wave of entertainment production...

... but to do that, it would have to be good. And it's not.
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4.0 out of 5 stars I liked it April 2 2014
Most people would only go to see this movie basically because Lindsay Lohan is in it and are curious to see how far she has fallen. Well, she did a pretty convincing job playing Tara, a failed and aging actress who latches onto a rich guy she doesn't particularly care for. She provides him with sex and agrees to threesomes and foursomes (which becomes clear she doesn't really like all that much) and in return she gets a nice place to live, money to spend and a fancy car to drive. I wonder if the actress Lohan sees the irony in the role she is playing, which is basically herself. I doubt it, but she does a good job. James Deen also does a good job in his role of a controlling jerk who slowly unhinges when the situation devolves to such a point where he isn't actually in control of anything. The plus side to his performance is that as a porn actor he isn't shy about doing frontal nudity, and we hardly ever get to see a penis in any mainstream movie because "it isn't part of the story line). Try telling that to all the boobs and vag we see all the time in just about every made nowadays.

Director Schader does a really good job of putting all these elements together into an appealing final product. It isn't art, but it isn't garbage either. I have always liked his work, from Cat People, to Hardcore to Hearst etc. So this wasn't a disappointment. I recommend it, but only if you can get past Lohan's offscreen antics. Then you might be able to see the little gem hidden behind all the gossip.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Movie about a movie Jan. 6 2014
By ellison
Lohan is James Deen's girlfriend and he is making a movie. She gets Deen to hire her ex-boyfriend and then lies about it. Deen goes crazy which he already is. Lohan shows some bosom and there is a bit of girl-girl. Swearing throughout.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Two Stars Sept. 2 2014
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Not what I expected
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