Adele Live at the Royal Albert Hall
A live concert performance of Grammy-winning pop/soul sensation Adele Adkins at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
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Johnny N (ru) wrote: Deals with death -- a topic of interest for me -- but does so sloppily. Confusing and not well realized, the movie is a head-scratcher -- not to mention with terrible acting performances.
James A (ca) wrote: Horrible animation done for a horrible comic franchise.
mike o (mx) wrote: must see movie very good
Tim S (nl) wrote: Frankenstein Island is a notoriously bad movie made in 1981 that follows a group of men who land on an island and discover lots of wild, exotic and deadly things. There are women abound everywhere, but it's not until you discover the doctor gone mad that you really figure out what's going on. This movie is so bad that they had to steal footage of John Carradine to put in it and slap his name in the credits to help its chances. Cameron Mitchell, a veteran of bad movies, is also in there. The movie put me to sleep several times, I have to admit, so I didn't get everything. But any movie that puts me to sleep can't be good. What I saw of it wasn't good, and I'm kind of sick of seeing this kind of plot in movies anymore. It's really overused and it just makes the classics less special somehow. So yeah, skip this one too.
Rahul B (es) wrote: Yes I found it superior to Blow-up ... excellent cinematography, music and direction !!! And how could one forget the Desert orgy and the blow-up at the end :)
KJ P (kr) wrote: Over ten years ago marked the release of Tim Burton's Corpse Bride, and while many people rank it among his absolute best films, I am here to discuss why I believe it falls nicely in the middle. When it comes to Tim Burton films, they can be very hit or miss for me. From amazing films like Edward Scissorhands or Ed Wood, to downright awful productions in either 2001's Planet of the Apes or the luke-warm reboot in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Some fans go crazy when he announces a new film, but I have had to see for myself upon every one of his releases. He is a very talented director that decides to go a little too bizarre at times. That being said, Corpse Bride was, and still remains one of his greats.Following Victor, an introverted groom-to-be, as he practices his vows on the night before he is to be married, he accidentally practices on a rotting corpse in the woods. Thinking she is his wife, the corpse rises from her grave and begins to act as though they are married, thus upsetting his bride-to-be. This premise is original in every sense of the word, even by standards set by many of Burton's films of the past. Exploring stop-motion animation through Laika studios before they became as well known as they are today, this technology was masterful for its time and has only improved with age. There is absolutely nothing ordinary about this delightfully whimsical animated film.With films like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory or Alice in Wonderland, Tim Burton has proven that he may go a little too far when it comes to crazy visuals, but then again, people love having his stamp on certain projects. For me, when you stylize your film it becomes your own, but there is only so much you can do before it becomes a cluster of visuals, set in motion by a director who cannot control him or herself. Corpse Bride teeters on the edge of being a little too "Tim Burtony" (for lack of a better term) in my opinion. From its dark tone, to its voice cast, to its bizarre narrative style, everything about this picture screams Burton. In my opinion, it does slightly harm the overall film.While I do not believe a director should hold back on their vision of a film, there does come a time when style over substance takes away from the core story. Corpse Bride does go all out in a few scenes and I found myself enjoying the visuals more than what had been happening in certain scenes. That being said, the story is loveable enough to distract you from becoming too distracted. An auteur filmmaker can do whatever he/she pleases, but over the years, the love for Tim Burton has definitely got into his head. He has become a little full of himself and I believe this film was his last truly great film. I always believe that a director should follow their vision, but when it may become a little much for some audience members to handle and you plan on making it a wide release, maybe a few considerations should be taken into account.Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter are terrifically cast as the voices of these characters, matching their mannerisms in almost every conceivable way. The characters are really what sell this film for me. Even though they are clay figures places into a stop-motion film, I believed this story was possible, in some sort of alternate reality. This is a very well-made film with an intriguing screenplay from start to finish, filled with inventive sequences and a perfect conclusion to this simple, yet clever little story. Corpse Bride may not be one of my favourite films by Tim Burton, but it is certainly a great one. Highly recommended for Burton fans who have yet to see it.
Harris R (jp) wrote: Self-indulgent, immature, unfunny, broad writing made worse by over direction.
Marnie Z (au) wrote: Played out like a cheesy tv movie - mildly interesting. I couldn't really stand to look at Jared Leto w/the side-burns and moustache for so long..I understand he actually looked like Steve Prefontaine but seriously - it was brutal!
Corey B (br) wrote: Fun flick from Richard Franklin, an incredibly underrated director. Here he pulls out all his Hitchcock inspired tricks and creates a suspenseful, skillfully shot thriller with a great central performance by Stacy Keach.This one has some inspired set pieces - a showdown in a rest room with a broken horn blaring in the background, a truck chase in a narrow and confining alley, and my favourite scene, a banging noise in the back of a truck needs to be investigated.Unlike a lot of thrillers that play around with a central character's sanity, this one legitimately had me guessing where the movie was going until the final minutes (which are maybe a bit of a letdown considering the buildup).