Thursday, March 1, 2012

Stop Sucking Corporate Cock.

You know what's funny? A hat that says "Stop Sucking Corporate Cock". Jorge Luke wears this particular hat in Maxima Violencia. You know what's not funny? Jorge Luke invading your home, yelling & crying at you for no apparent reason, telling you to marry an elephant and forcing you to cook meat & soup. He wears that hat and does all that crazy shit in Maxima Violencia.

In Maxima Violencia (aka "Maximum Violence"), a woman (Maritza Olivares) is assaulted in her own car by a psychopath (Jorge Luke). After getting away from the psycho—the woman doesn't call the police because she feels there is no proof of the assault and she feels very ashamed about it. Not telling anyone about the assault was a huge mistake because this psychopath got a hold of the woman's wallet which of course contains her driver's license (uh-oh!). A day after the assault—the psychopath forces himself into the woman's home and acts crazy as fuck with her! The psycho by the way refers to himself as "papi". The woman somehow scared papi to death. That's not good at all! Papi then acts perverted with the poor woman and tells her the stupidest things anyone could ever say! He tells her: "I love little bears so much!", "Wouldn't you like to marry an elephant?". After telling her more stupid shit involving animals—he goes on about how much he loves meat & soup and he also goes on about how much he hates cheese (seriously). From then on the movie just gets weirder, funnier & extremely uncomfortable.

Maxima Violencia is a wild ride. It starts off crazy, gets crazier, gets a little more crazier, then it ends all fucked up. The ending is a real bummer. I'm not gonna spoil it much, but let's just say we find out why this man is crazy as fuck and it’s because his childhood wasn't exactly great because of his abusive/alcoholic stepmother. The song that plays in the end is also very depressing since it's all sad sounding & shit. Speaking of music—the stock music that plays throughout the movie is cheap & crazy sounding and it all blends in very well with the movie. The music consists of weird synthesizers & much familiar stock music that has played in many videohomes in the 1990’s.  

Maxima Violencia is flat out crazy. Funny sometimes, too. Depressing as fuck as well. Maxima Violencia is definitely worth a look, but unfortunately the movie is not exactly easy to acquire. So look very high & low for it!


Stop Sucking Corporate Cock. PLEASE!