The film reworked the background of Manchester music from 1976 to 1992 with Steve Coogan as Tony Wilson, the owner of Factory Records. What happened in this progress? Let's follow the movie. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
24 Hour Party People
In 1976, Tony Wilson sets up Factory Records and brings Manchester's music to the world.
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Nadeem M (gb) wrote: Beautifully crafted ... a must see !!!
Alankrit S (kr) wrote: The movie is based on what really happens in real time India & how political leaders and other high profile beaurocrats get away with anything. It does feel a little draggy at times and you wish for a quick happy ending, but thrilling performances by Rani Mukherji & Vidya Balan compensate for that.My say is that the movie is worth a watch and you will not regret spending your money on it.
Navin P (jp) wrote: Another movie that I had high hopes on. Too bad it didn't live up. The story of two army dentists who decide to fight a personal war could have been so much better. But unfortunately, it ends up being a pretty boring runtime, with few genuine moments. It doesn't even manage to create an atmosphere of war.
Shane J (us) wrote: slater is absolutly brilliant in this film,its a shame other than a few roles he never lived up to this promise. i guess there is still time. here he's a shy teenager who at night becomes a shock radio dj. i hadnt seen this in ages but i still think alot of whats being said is relevent in todays youth
Jared R (jp) wrote: An awesome Mad Max style Aussie movie that had my eyes constantly taking in all the scenery and visuals it offers. Whether it be the tons of colorful graffiti sprayed all over the landscape, the over the top punk hair styles, clothing and accessories or the bad ass tricked out war wagon style vehicles. I love all the Aussie slang dialogue usage as well, a very cool, gritty movie that was right up my alley with a good fight scene and some great boob shots including the lovely Natalie McCurry! If you liked the Road Warrior movies you'll most likely appreciate and enjoy this one as well. P.S. If anyone knows what movies were playing in the background on the drive-in screen in this film please let me know!
Brian S (nl) wrote: The three main slashers to see, of the 70's and 80's, are Halloween (1978), The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) and Friday the 13th (1980). But then, come a string of rather minor low budget classic slasher movies, and this one is one of them ! Sleepaway Camp is a, cliche of course, but very satisfying slasher exploitation horror movie. Indeed, in every slasher film you have some sexual elements, but in this one, there's everything from minor sex, to pedophilia and homosexuality. And although I already new about it's infamous twist ending, I still found it extremely clever and disturbing. It also has a great camp quality, and the identity of the killer is at the same time obvious, but questionable. One to see. Recommended !!
VS L (es) wrote: Ei Bresson ollut kokeellinen; hn ei vain kumarrellut ikin yhdenkn toisen taidemuodon suuntaan. Ei lryist nytelmmoralismia eik toisaalta edes puhdasta peruselokuvallisuutta Hawksin ja Hitchcockin (tai mykkfilmien) tyyliin. Vain tyhjentminen.
Michael L (fr) wrote: i shouldnt watch melodramas that werent directed by douglas sirk. when it comes to that genre, it was owned by sirk and to a lesser extent george stevens. the cast was good enough and i would always enjoy a lil matthau. still, it was very very dull
Scott W (ru) wrote: This is the first excellant adaptation of the play later to become the musical The King and I. Rex Harrison is very good an Irene Dunnes perfomance is splendid.
Jenn M (es) wrote: This was okay. Cheesy at times and silly, yeah. but overall it was fine.
Yvonne A (br) wrote: Action packed & great to watch
Steve C (kr) wrote: great movie!!!!!!!!!
Michael G (fr) wrote: Wolfcop is so goofy but you can't help but like it. I'm gonna admit it's one of most entertaining werewolf movies in a long time.
Timothy J (mx) wrote: The point that the film was trying to make was lost in the preposterously long drawn out and boring timeline of the film.