#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – 12-year-old budding home-video director Ralph begins accidentally taping over his parents’ VHS wedding tape. As he overwrites the magnetic echoes of their pre-Ralph past, he commemorates his love affair with the format by using the versatile tape to make new memories of himself with his parents while also employing it to tape eccentric pioneers of late-night cable television. Shot entirely on VHS and Beta.
Plot: This bizarre retro comedy, shot entirely on VHS and Beta, takes us back to when 12-year-old Ralph, over one formative week, mistakenly records home videos and his favorite late night shows over his parents’ wedding tape.
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Not my type of film, but I was still able to find enjoyment in it
‘VHYes’ first came onto my radar last year when it received a lot of positive feedback at Fantastic Fest. It didn’t sound particularly like my type of movie, so it took me a while to get arounds to seeing it. I only had time for a short runtime film tonight and at only 72 minutes ‘VHYes’ fit the bill perfectly. I will always be a person who enjoys a film with more of a narrative, but I was certainly able to appreciate ‘VHYes’ for what it was. There is some very clever and well edited humour in this film.
Considering the amount of ideas this film tries out its actually quite astonishing how many of them work. Some don’t, but that is okay because they never last particularly long. The biggest stand out for me was Kerri Kenney. She was hilarious. Also her ‘Reno 911’ cast mate Thomas Lennon was in fine form. They’re so great in off-beat comedies.
I think the short runtime was a good decision for the film. I enjoyed it for what it was, but I probably would have started to get sick of it pretty quickly had it run much longer. There are some fun cameos to look out for too, so keep your eyes open.
Could have been a masterpiece
A very original, enjoyable ode to Television culture of the eighties. I love the fact how funny and original are the TV shows which are the main part of the movie. Everybody did a great job – the creators and the actors, as well as the set and costume department. I laughed out loud at some moments and really enjoyed the whole film.
What spoiled it for me is that the intimate family story of the boy whose camera is the main character which serves as the backbone of the whole film is just really shallow. That would still be fine, because it is not the point of the movie obviously, but then the creators also try to really didactically make a point (which was quite unnecessary, we got the point even without them explicitly saying it) using the characters of this story. Add to that the overly positive ending of the film, and that is where you really get this yucky feeling of watching a YouTube video.
Luckily, this really only happens in the last minutes of the movie, so all in all it is definitely worth watching. In my opinion, if the backstory and the ending were just a little bit better this would have been a masterpiece.
The music in the movie is awesome.
Original Language en
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Director Jack Henry Robbins
Writer Nunzio Randazzo, Jack Henry Robbins, Nate Gold
Actors Jake Head, Christopher Marble, Christian Drerup
Country United States
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