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Magic Trip [Reino Unido] [DVD]

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  • Audio: Inglés
  • Subtítulos: Español
  • Relación de aspecto: 1.66:1
  • Número de discos: 1
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  • ASIN: B005HI4LLO
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Antes de nada ¡Cuidadin! Que no es una película americana. Es una especie de documental sin subtítulos en español. Solo audio ingles a si que ojo y que nadie se lleve a engaño. Dicho esto pasemos a comentar el DVD.

Podríamos decir que Magic Trip, viaje mágico por referencias a ciertos enteógenos de la época y a sus famosos “Acid Test”, es un viaje de costa a costa por los Estados Unidos con Key Kesey (Alguien Voló Sobre El Nido Del Cuco) a la cabeza, a bordo de eso loco autobús y a la vez también podríamos decir que esta peli o este documento porque fue verdad, esta basado en hechos reales y documentado en libros, es un trocito de la propia historia de ese país a comienzos de los años 60, pleno burbujeo de la contracultura hippie, contada por un grupo de “alegres bromistas” desde un punto de vista muy particular y especifico, que no eran lo bastante mayores para ser beatniks ni tan viejos para ser hippies. Aquello del Ponche de Ácido Lisérgico de Tom Wolfe mezclado con cosas del Camino de Jack Kerouac y Neal Cassady por ahí va la cosa y por ahí se extiende el viaje y las ramificaciones del documento. No voy a desvelar el film para no estropear la emoción a si que diremos que es gracioso y valiente y resulta bastante simpático que todos esos personajes hallan logrado hacer este vídeo sin actores, ni guión, ni director, ni nada, si no que cada uno “siguiendo su propia película” “su propio viaje mágico” “su propia forma de ver las cosas” que es de lo que va este DVD, donde lo importante no es el destino si no el viaje en si mismo.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Magic Trip Moment/Madness/Magic 3 de mayo de 2014
Por Holly Gleason - Publicado en
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What if a group of free spirits painted a bus and embarked on adventure? What if it was a time when repression was the rule, breaking down barriers was the horizon and there was only the gauntlet to explore?
Ken Kesey, the acclaimed writer, decided to explore the possibility -- and took a group of free spirits into the world with the notion they were to explore, expand and experiment. And using Bolex cameras, they documented much of what happened. But as is often the way with murky footage that exhumes the failings and conflicts of self, agenda and desire, the results were messy and somehow the documentary never quite got made.
Decades later, a modern crew of ambitious and Quixotic doc-makers look back on the gambit and try to capture those zeitgeist with wide, but knowing eyes. wonder permeates, even as the foibles are left in tact. Bucolic in its idealism, there are lessons to learn about how wants can damage, feelings get hurt and freedom is never as easy as just eschewing the expectations around you.
Fascinating as a social commentary, a historic marker and even the notion of freeing your mind on the brink of the Hippie Revolution.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Worthy 10 de julio de 2011
Por Arcrftmek - Publicado en
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As for the first review above, I won't take issue with the reviewer, that's his perspective. I have a different view. Maybe going in with certain expectations would make one wish for more and I can imagine this movie being different. But I certainly don't think "Keysey deserves better". Considering his wife and son were instrumental in the making of it, I don't see how someone could take this film as a disservice to him or the Pranksters.

If you're not familiar with Kesey, this review might not be for you. Go read up a little or talk to an old hippy friend. If you are and find that era interesting, take a peek.

In some ways, this movie mirrors Electric Koolaid Acid Test. There's a little before the trip. A little about the Acid Tests after, and a nice short post script about his life afterward in Oregon. It's not just about the bus trip, but that is the central focus of the movie. It's a documentary, but not in the sense that anyone familiar with the story will learn much new, rather, it's a long awaited peek into the actual event, told through the original footage and recordings taken on the trip along with some short recreations and narratives.
Most of the world has heard the story, many have read it, but most of this footage has rarely been seen. It puts a face on the characters, fills in some blanks not covered by the book, (while leaving much out) and is a truly nice, humble homage to one of the true psychedelic pioneers.
How many people toured the country on LSD, met with greats like Alpert, Leary, Ginsberg, while Dean Moriarty (actually Neal Cassidy in real life) is driving a LSD and drug fueled bus filled with proto-hippies across the US to see the Worlds Fair in NYC in 1964?
Only one man could have pulled it off, because only one did. And along with a group of freaky, non-conformist artists and heads, helped spark a flame.
If you can scrape up 10 bux and a few like minded friends, maybe a good beer or two, take a look.
It's worthy of your time and deserves two thumbs up.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The Holy Fool on the Edge of the Cliff 25 de mayo de 2012
Por Stephen C. Bird - Publicado en
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I liked this film for several reasons: (1) as a historical artifact; (2) as a window into the origins of the acid generation; (3) as a testament to the power of humour and spontaneity in holding together a situation -- A bunch of "Divine Losers" traveling cross-country to the World's Fair -- That was goofily productive and yet often untenable. Luckily for "The Pranksters" -- The Journey became more important the the Destination. Of course everything had to fall apart, everything had to deconstruct, everything had to melt -- Wasn't that the point of tripping? And yet most of the Merry Pranksters managed to hang on and complete the "The Magic Trip" -- That occurred at the verge of the 1960s metamorphosing into its true essence. In 1964 when this footage was filmed, the country was, as shown in this documentary -- "Still in the 1950s". Ken Kesey is introduced to the viewer as a Square -- An athlete married to his high school sweetheart -- Who ends up going back to a relatively normal lifestyle of a country guy (and writer) in Oregon once the afterglow of the trip has worn off. The Pranksters were also Squares when they started the journey -- And Hippies when they came back. Post-Journey -- The LSD flew out of the Pandora's Box (as witnessed in this documentary) -- Via the San Francisco Acid Test parties with the Warlocks (The Grateful Dead in their infancy) providing the soundtrack. Said acid then infiltrated the masses. As a child of the 70s -- Watching this film brought back childhood memories of going through my older brother's high school yearbooks, looking at the photos and imagining what it would be like to hang out with the "grown-ups" -- What were then the teenagers of the burgeoning Hippie generation.

A couple Beatniks have cameos on this DVD: On the one hand Allen Ginsberg -- Who relates to and participates in some of "The Magic Trip" -- And on the other hand -- Jack Kerouac. Kerouac, like Kesey, was another ex-high school athlete who found both artistic & commercial success in his youth -- Whose "On The Road" inspired Kesey to make the journey (also mentioned in this film) with the Pranksters and the painted bus "Further". Kerouac is shown in the picture as having become an "old man" at 42 and not being enthused by the Pranksters' antics. Kerouac remained stuck in the 1950s, unwilling to adapt to, or to accept, how everything was changing -- And then spiraling into self-destruction. Perhaps even more tragic is the example of Neal Casady as a kind of Life Force who was also a Lost Soul. As the film elucidates in a brief segment -- Casady couldn't commit to any kind of form, scene or sexual orientation -- And couldn't channel what he had into a tangible creative product. The aspect of the Pranksters occupying a special "Interzone" between the Beatniks and the Hippies is a key element of this documentary. They were, as other Amazon reviewers of this product have mentioned, despite their "Dobie Gillis / Beach Boys" inspired attire -- The Avant-Garde for the Flower Children. The Pranksters represented the "Changing of the Guard" -- Those who could Move towards the Light (especially with the help of LSD). PS -- 18 minutes of deleted scenes (along with a couple other features) are included as extras on this DVD that provide "Further" insight into this film.

Stephen C. Bird, Author of "Any Resemblance To A Coincidence Is Accidental"
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Disappointing 4 de junio de 2015
Por P. deVries - Publicado en
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Truly disappointing movie.

The 60's was a period of rebellion born out of the discovery of psychedelic drugs, the invention of the contraceptive pill. It was a period of rejection of the hypocrisy and conformist mentality of the 50's.
Kesey's bus trip was an adventure by a group of clean cut young people into the world of free drugs and sex in the constraint free environment of a road trip, a troupe of young people rebelling against the values of their parents and exploring their freedom in an environment where they could not be policed by their parents or other authority figures. The movie tries to make Kesey's trip more than that and thereby falls flat.
2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Boring Relic of the '60s 20 de marzo de 2016
Por Soukiloo - Publicado en
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If you enjoy being the only sober person while a bunch of your friends get high and act like idiots then you'll like this movie. There's a reason this movie was never released until after Kesey's death, and that it took them years and years to sort it out. There's nothing there worth seeing. The material is not presented in a way that gives any significance to what they're doing in the context of the times or even as individual characters. Things that should be interesting, like a trip to the 1964 World's Fair or meeting Jack Kerouac, fall incredibly flat. Kids, don't do drugs. One star for showing they were ahead of their time and what a jerk Neal Cassady was.

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