A Very Potter Musical
In April 2009, a group of University of Michigan students (Team StarKid) performed what was renamed "A Very Potter Musical", a two act musical parody that featured major elements from all seven Harry Potter books and an original score.
- Stars:Darren Criss, Joey Richter, Bonnie Gruesen, Lauren Lopez, Jaime Lyn Beatty, Joe Walker, Dylan Saunders, Brian Rosenthal, Joe Moses, Britney Coleman, Tyler Brunsman, Devin Lytle, Richard Campbell, Julia Albain, Sango Tajima,
- Director:Matt Lang,
- Writer:Brian Holden, Matt Lang, Nick Lang
Harry and his pals are in for adventure when the Dark Lord returns from the dead to take revenge on The Boy Who Lived! So take a ride on Voldemort's flying machine and get ready to go back to Hogwarts! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Very Potter Musical torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: A spy thriller that goes in so many places with counter intelligence and stuff that a regular person is.... well.... confused. Also, russians speaking french and extended sexual pleasures with a charmant man and his huge hands. What can I say, not bad?
(nl) wrote: "The Swan Princess Christmas" aburre por su copiosa trama, cursi espritu navideo y malsima animacin por computadora (que tal vez nunca debieron usar en vez de la original animacin 2D), y la hacen un insignifiacante intento por revivir a la princesa Odette.
(ru) wrote: Harsh, dark, and hilarious, "Young Adult" is owed a great debt to Theron, who turns in an unbelievably layered performance as a young adult author living a prolonged adolescence.
(au) wrote: Funny, frenetic.....and a little bit nuts.
(us) wrote: Humour pince sans rire et dsespr pour un film singulier...
(de) wrote: Jimmy Page, The Edge, Jack White. If u know these names, u need to see this documentary abt the electric guitar & the players who play it. Jimmy Page is freakin' cool for a 60 year old.
(ru) wrote: Nice acting, good story, excellent movie. Also like music which represent part of the movie really well.
(mx) wrote: sweet and heartwrenching :) suitable ending; very real film overall. need to read the book!
(ru) wrote: This is one of the best zombie movies of recent times, one of the best australian movies of recent times, and one of the most amazing low budget flicks that will take the states by storm!!! WOO!!
(fr) wrote: Stallone, Antonio Banderas, and Julianne Moore make one hell of an entertaining action movie with thrill after thrill after thrill.
(fr) wrote: Alien 3 suffers from interesting characters and a boring story despite entering a few intriguing concepts into the universe. Unfortunately none of those concepts can save it from the mess that it became.
(ag) wrote: You don't know the meaning of the word bizarre until you've seen Santa Sangre. Alejandro Jodorowsky's sick, twisted and very, very bloody tale of madness, revenge and hacked-off limbs is his preferred film due to it being the only Jodorowsky him that has anything resembling a plot. Try to imagine the craziest nightmare that Salvador Dali might have had after eating a plateful of Chinese food just before bed, and it still won't come close to the sheer bonkersosity of Santa Sangre. The rules of cause and effect simply do not apply anywhere inside this particular movie universe. Santa Sangre is less a plotted story and more a movie adaptation of the mental state an Alzheimer's patient achieves on heavy doses of LSD: Not only is logic totally fucked, but nothing is even connected chronologically, and just as soon as you think you're making sense of things, it's current time your armless mother is forcing you to commit bloody murder by standing behind her and acting as her arms. This influential, freakshow of a movie strands together scenes of unsimulated bizzaros, extraordinary violence, and interactions so discomforting you can scarcely believe your eyes. The effect, akin to the most lucid, disturbing nightmare you've ever had, is enhanced by Simon Boswells otherworldly score and Daniele Nannuzzi's cinematography. If you can even call it cinematography. It's an unforgettable film, and unlike anything you've ever seen before.
(fr) wrote: One of the best screen translations of Bukowski's work. In particular, it captures it's entertaining aimlessness. Mickey Rourke has never been better.
(ag) wrote: Capricorn one is one of my all time favorites, they should do a reboot.
(mx) wrote: Visually stunning and trippy, but kind of Fellini-esque.
(br) wrote: Ali has just been released from prison into a country which is stirring with political unrest as there is much talk of change in the streets. Ali tries hard to spend as much time as possible with his wife and daughter, even though he works a night job at the factory. Tragedy strikes when Ali finds out that his wife has been killed during a shootout between the police and a group of activists, leaving his daughter missing in the process. While searching for his daughter he learns of her fate, which quickly pushes him over the edge. The Hunter is a bleak, dark, minimalistic film. In the early part of the film, we watch Ali trying to adjust to city life again. The fantastic cinematography is cold and sterile really giving us a visual way of getting into the characters head. The shots are monotonous early on as well, except when he is with his daughter and wife. Its a slower paced film which could possibly lose 10-15 minutes, here or there, but every shot for the most part is gorgeous and has a purpose.
(fr) wrote: In the vain of movies like The Room, this flick is so awful and awesome that it completely works somehow.