Fish Piss


Comedy / Horror

IMDb Rating 2.8/10 10 44 44

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691.89 MB
English 2.0
29.97 fps
1 hr 15 min
Seeds 6
1.25 GB
English 2.0
29.97 fps
1 hr 15 min
Seeds 8

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by eviemenear 10 / 10

Best movie ive ever seen

In the enchanting world of "Fish Piss," every frame is a masterpiece, weaving a tapestry of emotions that transcends the boundaries of cinema. The film's brilliance lies not only in its captivating storyline but also in the nuanced performances that breathe life into each character. The cinematography, a symphony of colors and angles, dances in harmony with the narrative, creating a visual feast for the audience. The subtle yet powerful soundtrack weaves through the scenes, tugging at the heartstrings and etching the movie's essence into the viewer's soul.

"Fish Piss" isn't just a film; it's a journey, an odyssey through the depths of human experience. The characters, flawed and genuine, become companions, their struggles and triumphs resonating with the audience on a profound level. The director's vision is a guiding star, steering the narrative through unexpected twists and poignant moments that leave an indelible mark on the viewer's consciousness.

The film's thematic richness is like a tapestry, interwoven with layers of meaning that invite contemplation. It delves into the human condition, exploring love, loss, and the inexorable passage of time. "Fish Piss" is a celebration of life's imperfections, a reminder that beauty often emerges from the most unexpected places.

The dialogue, sharp and evocative, is a testament to the script's brilliance. Each line resonates with authenticity, drawing the audience deeper into the characters' world. The humor, both subtle and uproarious, provides a welcome relief, balancing the film's emotional intensity.

As the credits roll, the viewer is left with a profound sense of awe and gratitude. "Fish Piss" isn't just a movie; it's an experience that lingers, a work of art that leaves an indelible imprint on the soul. This cinematic masterpiece is a testament to the magic that happens when storytelling transcends the ordinary, inviting the audience into a world where the mundane becomes extraordinary, and fish and their peculiar habits become a metaphor for the beautiful chaos of life.

Reviewed by gagewinthropdigital 5 / 10

Lynchian as all get out

Don't ask me how I found this movie. But I watched... most of it. Stylized as all hell, bizzare performances and way too many cross fades. But it's undeniably lynchian and creative and playful and unashamed and exactly what it is. I wish people were brave enough to write things like this more often! Also, wonderful scoring and soundtrack to the whole thing, it set a fascinating tone. Another commenter said it looked terrible, but that's so obviously the point... the stylized color is consistent and adds to the story, it's clearly about GREEN things so they made it GREEN. That's effective color grading at work!

Anyways, I don't know what else to say about this. Nicely done, boys.

Reviewed by sahlgoode 2 / 10

I suppose...

..... if I found an old VHS recorder in a dumpster I might be inclined to shoot a few scenes, but I doubt I could come up with something this bad. Honestly, the quality is seriously bad. What good is having a 4K television if I'm looking at something that appears to be using ancient technology. Like from the 70's.

I watched it because it seemed to have a quirky story line, and it does although it was wonderfully disgusting, so it wasn't entirely a waste of time.

If they used modern tech to put this together, it wouldn't have made a difference. Best suggestion is some heavy editing, and cutting it down to about 45 minutes.

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