Hi, Mom!

Hi, Mom!

DVD - 2004
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A sequel to Greetings. Employed by a pornographic filmmaker, Vietnam vet Jon Rubin (DeNiro) rents a room in New York's Lower East Side and trains his lens on the bedroom windows of a high rise. Among his subjects are a playboy, a revolutionary, a middle class couple with two kids, and a trio of single girls, one of whom he eventually marries. Rubin ultimately fails as a photographer and decides to take up the cause of Black Power and become an urban guerrilla. He tries selling insurance to support his wife, but tiring of TV dinners and her demands for a dishwasher he deposits dynamite in the laundry room and blows up the building. Interviewed by TV reporters in front of the devastated building, Rubin tells them how much he hates violence.
Publisher: Santa Monica, CA : Metro Goldwyn Mayer Home Entertainment, ©2004
ISBN: 9780792863267
0792863267
Branch Call Number: DVD Comedy HI
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (87 min.) : sound, black and white and color ; 4 3/4 in

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biffblack
Apr 09, 2018

Uproariously funny and assuredly un-PC. I can imagine honkies disliking this film; I, however, was delighted and amused by it. De Palma should have skipped his lengthy Hitchcock phase and his gangster phase and made more comedies like this. That said, I will still embrace Dressed to Kill over Get to Know Your Rabbit any day of any year.

Unclose Sep 02, 2014

De Niro is funny here playing the cop. I would rather see him for those few minutes than in "almost" any of his other pictures. The improvisation clicks, I think, but not always. The film falls short at times, can see why the guy before me trashed it. Only I definitely saw a lot of promise as far as the director went.

rufus_red4 Oct 29, 2013

OMG, what a load of garbage! This 1970 film by Brian De Palma shows none of the promise that he'd become famous for as the decade progressed. Instead it's a mostly improvised mess with every scene getting worse than the one that preceded it. This is a dreg of a movie made during the revolution that was happening in Hollywood by the likes of Dennis Hopper, Bogdonavich, Schlesinger, etc I wanted to see it because of the young Robert De Niro but he cant save it. I turned it off after 30 minutes.

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