Alan Partridge has had many ups and downs in life. National television broadcaster. Responsible for killing a guest on live TV. Local radio broadcaster. Nervous breakdown in Dundee. A self-published book, 'Bouncing Back', which was subsequently remaindered and pulped. Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa portrays the events of the greatest low-to-high ebb spectrum in his life to date, namely how he tries to salvage his public career while negotiating a potentially violent turn of events at North Norfolk Digital Radio.
- Stars:Colm Meaney, Steve Coogan, Tim Key, Karl Theobald, Nigel Lindsay, Felicity Montagu, Dustin Demri-Burns, Molly Seymour, Adam Langstaff, Aaron Heffernan, Simon Greenall, Phil Cornwell, Monica Dolan, Kieran Hodgson, Elizabeth Berrington,
- Country:UK, France
- Director:Declan Lowney,
- Writer:Peter Baynham (based upon characters created by), Peter Baynham (screenplay), Steve Coogan (based upon characters created by), Steve Coogan (screenpla
When famous DJ Alan Partridge's radio station is taken over by a new media conglomerate, it sets in motion a chain of events which see Alan having to work with the police to defuse a potentially violent siege. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Alan Partridge torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Fascinating and beautiful photography and phot0graphic effect. Dream-like and convoluted story, requiring close attention to pick out the underlying metaphor from the thrill photography. Weakest segment was the urban skiing. The skill of the skiers was incredible, but the shifting focus and flashing made following the action irritating. Mountain episodes were excellent.
(ag) wrote: Pretentious, stylish and relatively compelling, Third Person is a slow-paced multi-layered story that might not fully satisfy you in terms of pacing and development, but it would partially compensate with the formidable presence of its actors. A sort of an intimate essay by director Paul Haggis, this romantic drama could have been much more emotionally engaging in order to have a stronger impact in its final part.Similar to the movie that made Paul Haggis an Academy winner (Crash), Third Person is built up around several different stories set in Paris, New York and Rome with different initially disconnected from each other characters. Once again, just like in Crash, the characters from the different stories interact with each other to a minimum, but with a major impact for them. Even though this approach is already known to the audience, you may actually still like it mainly due to the actors involved. The romance, the estranged relationships, the distrust and secrets from the past are all blended in a story which has one main issue. The issue is called pacing. The slow pacing combined with the complex story and lack of emotional connection result in a delivery hard to follow and towards the final part even if you actually like the final act, you would feel detached from the characters and their fates.In conclusion, Third Person is not a bad movie, but given its director and the cast it could be considered a disappointment that it fails to provoke and to fully engage the audience.
(au) wrote: it is a complete family entertainment
(it) wrote: Gets me every time. What a film. James Franco and co bring an emotive dynamic to this tale of survival based on a true story.
(ru) wrote: i want 2 see it so dont tlk 4 otha ppl
(mx) wrote: Aksel Hennie has an annoying face. Not lead role material at all. He didn't do Manus justice, he acted more like a clown who had accidents all the time. Not much of a national hero. Everything else worked, cinematography, sound and the rest of the cast. Hennie made this less, than it could have been.
(ag) wrote: It's a good revealing look at what actually happens in these types of situations. I didn't really like the story because it was a bit sloppy, but it has some interesting moments to say the least. When all is said and done I'd still rather watch Taken, but this is good just long as hell.
(br) wrote: Had it's hot moments, and the story line was ok
(kr) wrote: This movie was soo disturbing and nasty. I hate it!!
(nl) wrote: THE COMMISIONER was the basis for this Widmarkian crime thriller.
(fr) wrote: typical horror vampire, an appearance between comics and videoclips