Screener Review: Bottoms Up
From: Moguldom Studios
Quite possible the most eye catching body part of the century, is the booty. The gluteus maximus is the center of our daily lives; whether trying to squeeze it in jeans, looking at it in mirrors, or even using it to dance, the bum is usually are biggest and best physical feature. But hold up Big Booty Judy, when I say best, I mean it’s the most famous body part society focuses on. Magazine Covers, song lyrics, daily interactions all involve our beloved Fannies. Bottom line… our Bottoms are UP!
Bottoms Up is a 45 minute documentary, which focuses on the one and only butt, booty, bum-bum, behind, rear, rump, hindquarters, and whatever else slang word there is out there for this body appendage. The screener follows the concept of the butt, and its impact on society throughout the last century or so. It talks about the first fascination of the butt with the discovery of African American Women and their body shape. It also leads into the hip hop culture and its impact on why our BUTTS are so important to us today. No Butts about it… our society is fascinated with twerking and bumping, which we could not do without our fleshy rear ends. Having a big butt is associated with being beautiful in today’s image. This documentary also follows the process of one woman’s booty plastic surgery to enhance her rear side.
Since it was a screener I do not know what it was shot in, but the sequencing between the history of the butt throughout time and the woman having plastic surgery was beautiful. It was put in an order that kept it interesting and clear.
Loved the music associated with this…. I LIKE BIG BUTTS AND I CAN NOT LIE! Everything was clear although I know with further editing it will probably be better. I think the music choices and the overall interviews and messages come across well and added to the overall story.
THE PACKAGING AND EXTRA FEATURES
N/A- this was a pre-screen movie… final document is not released yet.
My best physical feature in my opinion is my booty. I take great pride in it and use it for all sorts of things. I really appreciated this screener and thoroughly enjoyed the entertainment of it all. It had great historical references and had great points of view on what has evolved into today’s booty mania. I also really enjoyed that the documentary was not that long and kept relevant to points in my lifetime such as the music industry impact and just the overall social evolution of our booty mindset. I also did not realize how much impact women and their clothing styles in the late 80’s and 90’s progressed the butt attention. That was my favorite part of the whole screener; oh well besides the amount of pain, bruising, and blood involved with butt plastic surgery. CRAY CRAY!
THE MOVIE: 9/10
THE VIDEO: 9/10
THE AUDIO: 8/10
THE PACKAGING AND EXTRA FEATURES: NA/10
OVERALL (Not an Average): 10/10