فيلم 30 Years of Garbage: The Garbage Pail Kids Story

30 Years of Garbage: The Garbage Pail Kids Story

30 Years of Garbage: The Garbage Pail Kids Story is a movie starring Art Spiegelman, John Pound, and Tom Bunk. In the 1980s a bunch of underground cartoonists parodied a popular doll. The resulting commercial product tapped into the...

Running Time
1 hours 54 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Joe Simko, Jeff Zapata
Writer
Joe Simko
Actors
James Warhola, John Pound, Tom Bunk, Art Spiegelman
Country
USA
Year
2017
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

In the 1980s a bunch of underground cartoonists parodied a popular doll. The resulting commercial product tapped into the international kid zeitgeist. That young generation felt that this product spoke to the revulsion they had for the corporate pop culture that was being fed to them.

Comments about documentary «30 Years of Garbage: The Garbage Pail Kids Story» (21)

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Diana Pearson

This is one of the best documentaries about the Garbage Pail Kids, ever. It was very entertaining, moving, and just plain weird. In the documentary they had to re-create the entire event, all the way back to 1977, to get the right memories of the experience. The sound quality was amazing, and it just captured the whole event perfectly. The way it was edited and what happened really captured the event perfectly. It was great to watch, and to know that all the other Pail Kids have been forgotten, and it is so hard to get the memories. I loved it, it was good, but the best part is that you get to hear from the other kids and their parents, and the memories are still there. It really made me appreciate the kids more. Great job.

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Phillip

There are some in-depth documentaries you can watch about the Garbage Pail Kids. I've watched this one and the story is the same. I liked the movie because I was able to see how one of the characters ended up at a place they didn't expect and how the music of the place helped them to find their way back to their families. I've watched this one about 20 times and it has never let me down. This is one of those documentaries that you'll want to watch a second time. The characters in this film are real and you get to know them better because of their interactions. You get to see their different personalities and you can see why they ended up where they did. This movie is a must see for any Garbage Pail Kids fan. It's very entertaining and you'll be smiling throughout the whole movie.

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Emma

The world is full of garbage. No matter how much we try to stop it, there is always a growing population of trash. This is the story of a small group of trash kids from the East Village, New York, which grew up in the "Garbage Pail Kids" environment. The movie has some great interviews with these kids and the directors, who are taking us through their childhood and teen years. The stories of these kids were touching and hard to watch, and the director and producer wanted us to be part of the story, as well. One of the reasons that this movie works so well is the power of the director's story telling. I saw this film for the first time at the Portland Film Festival, and I walked out of the theater feeling inspired and inspired. This film was so well made and is a good film for anyone who has ever lived in the world of garbage, and the struggle of how we can do something to stop the growing of trash. The movie starts out with the trash kids talking about their lives and how they have been and what they do in the world. It also starts out with a bunch of garbage boys, and the rest of the boys talk about what they do, including how they relate to the girls in their lives. Then it takes us through a group of trash kids talking about their life and their struggles. The director and producer then start to take us through the lives of the trash kids. We learn that they were all orphaned, and they have grown up together. We learn that they are all very different from each other, and how they all relate to each other. We learn that they are all proud to have their clothes, and to be part of a community. We learn that they all have a passion for making music, and how they can relate to each other. We learn that all of the trash kids have a common goal in life: to help others, and to help the world. The director and producer told us stories of the different trash kids, and how they all became their different selves. This is a great film for anyone interested in this world, and is a great film for anyone who loves children and their stories.

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Julia

From the very first time I saw this movie I was captivated. This movie was very well made and the content was very important. The children of the movie did a wonderful job of telling their stories. The children spoke about what it was like to live in that ghetto, to go through school, and then when they got older. The movie also spoke about the horrible life that many of the children lived. They talked about the little white girls who would be forced to do a job they hated, the dirty, crime ridden streets of New York City, and the depression that many of the children of the ghetto lived in. This movie is very important because it shows that the way the kids lived was not normal, and the people around them were not normal either. This movie should be made widely known. It will be a great help in the fight against juvenile justice and youth homelessness. I strongly recommend this movie. I hope you take the time to watch it and then come back and tell everyone you know to watch it as well.

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Bryan P.

The film is about a group of 15-20 year olds in New York, the only two kids in the group that actually live in the world. Their name is Trash Pail Kids, and they are the kids who made the first trashcan commercial. This documentary was produced by the creator of the original trashcan commercial, and it is a very entertaining and informative film about the kids and their lives, the pressures that they are facing in life, and the struggles that they are facing as a group. This film is well-made and informative. It was made with a lot of love and effort. There is some extremely emotional moments in the film, but the film is well-made and it is well-edited. The film is worth watching. The director did a great job. The kids in the film are very talented and it is nice to see the kids taking care of themselves. The director did a very good job of showing the kids' personal struggles and struggles as a group. This film is well-made and it is worth watching.

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Juan Jackson

This documentary is quite a fun watch, especially if you have kids. It covers the whole story, from the birth of the Garbage Pail Kids, to the trials of their self-destruction, to their successful run from the city of Baltimore. And it does a great job of showing the other side of the story, showing the various influences that kept them alive, and the dangers that came with that. It shows the rich and powerful, the social media, the banks, the movies, the attitudes and attitudes of the people involved, and even the many hidden aspects of the culture. The interviews with the kids themselves are funny and touching, and the main characters are all fascinating, from their early teenage years to their adult years, and all of the interviews are done in a very natural, breezy style. The stories of the kids are all fascinating, as they all have unique stories to tell, and a good deal of them are pretty funny. But the one that sticks out the most is the one about the film maker, which is quite fascinating. I found it very funny that the filmmaker came off like an angry teenager. And it was also very interesting to see how they approached the controversy surrounding the film, and how they reacted to it. I did not expect this to be a documentary about the film, but it is a fascinating documentary about a young boy who was doing something he really loved, but at the same time came off as being very self-absorbed and narcissistic, which is the exact opposite of what I expect from a filmmaker. And I did not expect to see him so angry, because he was supposed to be a teenager who was in his early 20's. So in that respect, it was also very interesting to see his story, and to see the emotions that went with it. So this is a very entertaining and interesting documentary, and I highly recommend it.

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Samuel Dean

A young boy named Jaws, one of the Pail Kids, asks to be a part of a documentary about Garbage Pail Kids. When the Pail Kids meet their older brothers, they want to help them be a part of their story. The Pail Kids also have their own documentary, Garbage Pail Kids: The Movie. The Pail Kids are on the big screen at the World Trade Center Museum in NYC. The movie is also being screened at a number of other locations. This is a good movie to watch, but do not miss it.

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Gerald B.

I first saw this in 1987, and have seen it a number of times since. I still enjoy watching it, especially the scenes of the dark tunnels and the strange occurrences. And the best part of the movie is that you never know where the story is going. It's not just a "garbage pail kids" story. It's a story about the abandoned underground world of "garbage pail kids" and what happened there. The cinematography is just great and the movie is truly a visual treat. The movie is a little bit slow at times, but the characters and the weird places are so interesting and the story so compelling that you can't help but watch it over and over again. There are so many surprises along the way, I wish more movies would be like this. The first time I saw this, I didn't care much about the characters or the story, but after a second viewing I started caring about the characters and the story. It's just an amazing movie that really deserves to be seen by as many people as possible.

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Emma Martin

I thought the film was very moving and informative. I was amazed that I was the only person to attend the screening. I was proud of my country and of the young people who were attending. It was like a mirror to see the humanity of the pail kids and their struggle to survive. The true story of how the kids were taken from their families and put into foster homes was told through a group of people who knew them. The acting was very realistic and touching. The idea that a school had to ask the parents for permission to take the kids was heartbreaking. I was touched by the kindness of strangers. It was amazing how many people were willing to help and to take in the kids in need. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who has a child who is in a foster home. I thought the video was great, too.

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Betty

this is not a documentary, it is a documentary. all the interviews are from when the garbage pail kids were in school. and they are like 10 years old. this is one of the best documentary ever. i wish i had some of those days when i was a kid and i can feel what these kids are feeling. I will never forget when i was in the library and i heard a loud noise and i ran to the windows and saw the trash bag drop. the boys i was watching it with were crying and crying. it was a very moving scene. this is why i love this movie. when i first saw it i just thought "wow what a documentary, who made this?" and i was wrong. the boy i was watching it with told me that it was so real. they made this in 2002, it's in 2006. the whole time i was watching it i didn't want it to end. it kept going. i don't know how they made it in 2006 but it is awesome. and they still do it now. this is a must see. i recommend it to anyone who wants to know about what they are going through. and if you ever feel like you are a kid again, watch it. i will never forget this one. this is one of the best documentaries i have ever seen.

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Scott G.

this documentary is not for everyone, and it might make you a little mad. however it is an awesome film that provides a great insight into the Garbage Pail Kids. the movie covers the birth of the group from the start, and how it became such a big deal. and how it took a toll on everyone involved. the movie also contains many clips from the band's concerts and shows, and it gives you the true feel for the band. i also loved how the documentary was able to follow the band from start to finish, as it only had the band to begin with. the interviewees were all very interesting and well-spoken. the footage of the band, including their gigs and shows, was shot extremely well. the documentary has a very interesting and entertaining tone to it, and it is very well-done. i do not recommend the movie for people who are easily angered, or just who do not like rock and roll music, but it is an awesome film and it definitely is worth watching.

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Hannah

The first time I watched this film was about ten years ago. I liked the fact that they didn't blame anyone for their problems and that the problem was solely in their own mind. I thought the way the kids were interacting was very sweet and loving. My daughter, the oldest, loved that there was no room for judgments or big names in the cast. I think the director was doing a good job of showing the sadness and loneliness of the kids in the end. My other daughter who was 7 at the time, loved it. The movie is funny, sad and true. The songs are great too. I'm glad I found it and will probably watch it again when it comes on TV.

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Debra Stephens

I saw this film last week at the Ann Arbor film festival. It was pretty much the same as the original documentary, except this one is quite long and has a lot of talking. I would have liked a little more character development. Some of the material was a bit difficult to follow, but there were some things that were interesting, like how the filthiest thing in the whole movie is in the bathroom. I thought the acting was pretty good, and I would have liked to have seen a little more about the people who did the documentaries. The main idea of this documentary was that a lot of people are making films about garbage. I'm a garbage guy and this documentary really made me realize that there are people out there who are very interested in seeing the earth go waste and that it's their job to do so. I don't know if this documentary would be appropriate for the kids, but if you do plan on watching it, it might be a good idea to wear a diaper and a hat to keep the smell out of your mouth. I was shocked at the amount of vomit I was exposed to, and the amount of vomit I'm now seeing in the theater. There are a lot of people who are interested in seeing garbage go waste, and this documentary really makes you understand why. I really hope that more documentaries like this come out and tell the world what garbage is really like.

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Peter

The so-called "garbage pail kids" documentary "A Perfect Day For Garbage" is a major disappointment. A project of the 90s "Garbage Festival" and "Garbage Wars" initiative, the documentary lacks several key features. First of all, the documentary doesn't depict the "garbage pail kids" as people. The documentary doesn't give their history, their struggles, their ideals, their friendships, their families. Instead, it shows their "perfect day". The documentary contains not one single interview with any of them. This, despite the fact that most of them have been interviewed many times, and their stories are really inspiring. I cannot understand why a documentary about the "garbage pail kids" needs to be very superficial and totally lacking in background information about them. This is especially the case when they are so controversial and really controversial. There are hundreds of books and documentaries about the "garbage pail kids", so it's not surprising that this documentary would not do it justice. Finally, the documentary lacks direction and balance. It's full of interviews with "garbage pail kids", but it never shows their story. This is a very disturbing fact, and the documentary does not need to show their stories, but it just should focus on the core of the "garbage pail kids". This is something the documentary could have been doing, but they chose not to do it. The only thing I can recommend to the "Garbage Pail Kids" fans is the music, which is really really good. A great job by Garbage and a real shame that the music is missing from the documentary. For anyone who hasn't seen this documentary, I strongly recommend that you watch it. It is an absolute must-see. I gave it a 9/10.

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Rebecca

This is a must see for any fans of the Garbage Pail Kids! I just want to add that this documentary is almost totally non-biased. It's just a bunch of kids talking about the past, present, and future of the Pail Kids, and sharing their memories. It's interesting to see the story of the band's development and how they eventually formed the band they are now. This documentary is full of beautiful music and interesting facts. You will enjoy it, and you will learn some cool things about the Pail Kids!

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Eugene M.

The movie is a great thing to watch. I don't know how they got a PG rating but they sure did! This is the best movie ever. I saw it at a college when it came out. I am glad that they made this movie. I hope to see it again. I would love to see this movie again. It is so great. I love it!

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Phillip V.

I'm not a big fan of the Garbage Pail Kids, but I like the idea of the film. The premise of the film is that these kids are living in a landfill and the world would be a much better place if they were just thrown out. The director interviews some of the kids, one of which explains that he was never meant to live his life as a garbage boy, that he just wanted to be a garbage boy. The movie's theme is very interesting and I think it's important to the film. I think that's what makes this movie so interesting. If you are a kid who has seen this film, you probably won't get it. It's not that the movie is bad, it's just that it's not something that most kids will get. I think that's why it's so popular. It's very touching and I think it's worth watching, especially if you are a kid. It has a lot of information that I'm sure will be interesting to some people.

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Crystal K.

This is a great documentary about how the garbage pail kids became a part of history, and how they lived and worked through the years. We see them growing up, and the film features lots of family photos, old TV commercials, interviews with various people who were around, and even a bit of footage from a movie they made. A few of them talk about their childhood and why they were there. They also tell about their schooling, and how their teachers and parents were with them. At the end of the film, they are interviewed again, and they talk about what they want to do in their lives. All of them are doing great things, and they are all going to college. I think this is a must-see for anyone who loves trash.

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Alice O.

I found this movie very interesting, even though it was somewhat about garbage pail kids. This movie focuses on a different sort of trash kids and makes a point that all trash kids have to go through. I believe that it's very hard for the garbage pail kids to grow up and reach adulthood. They live in the dirt and have to deal with things like drugs and their parents. They don't get any help and it's very hard for them to get out of the life that they live. The director did a great job showing this. It's a very sad story. I think it's a must see for everyone that has a passion for garbage pail kids. It shows what it is to live in the world of trash kids. This movie shows what garbage pail kids really are. It shows the struggles and difficulties that they have. This movie is really important.

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Richard

I loved this movie. I've seen it three times, and I plan to see it again in the next couple of weeks. I've watched this movie with people I know and know how they react to it. I've seen this movie with my two young children. It's a good story about a true story. I can't wait for the DVD. I hope it's not a small budget movie. There's a lot of things that need to be done. I am thankful for the way this story is told. If you watch it, make sure you enjoy it.

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Timothy L.

I didn't really know what to expect from this film. I had heard it was one of the most depressing films of all time. What I actually got was a well told, realistic story of two youngsters from Queens who were raised on the streets of New York, learning to survive and eventually grow up and become adults. The parents of the two boys (both of whom are deceased) were so perfect that you really couldn't help but love them. And the direction was excellent. I had never seen the original music video until I saw this film. I thought it was amazing and I'm a huge fan of Michael Jackson's music. The director also made me realize how powerful and raw the music of Michael Jackson is. He really captured the essence of the music that is so incredible and inspiring. I loved the video and how it gave me a great feeling of what the video was about. I felt the film had a really good balance of emotion and humor. I felt the majority of the film was very well told and the main story was told very well. I was really impressed with how well the film was told. I think this film deserves a lot of credit for telling a story that really needed to be told and it is a very interesting story to tell. I really enjoyed the characters and the emotions they went through. They all had very realistic and human feelings and it showed the reality of the street life. I thought it was very realistic. I also really enjoyed how the film was very realistic and showed the reality of the life these two kids were living. I really loved how the film portrayed them not only as kids but also as adults and how they were really living normal lives, going to school, going to school, and playing baseball. I was really moved by the story and the way it was told. The story was told in a very realistic and honest way. The characters really showed the reality of what they were going through. I think this film really hit home for me because it really showed the reality of what these kids had to deal with. It really got me thinking about how much I had been through and how much more I have to go through. I'm still dealing with it every day and I know it will be the same for my kids. I would recommend this film to anyone who has a heart. It really gets to the heart of what it's like to be in that situation and how the emotions you have to live with. I really liked the film and I would recommend it to anyone.