Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who

Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who

A documentary on The Who, featuring interviews with the band's two surviving members, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:religion,   band,   interview,  

A documentary on The Who, featuring interviews with the band's two surviving members, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who torrent reviews

Colette S (au) wrote: I really liked this movie, and how much I'm going to miss Alan Rickman. Only heard about this place and it was interesting to see the story about it. That was a different time and so much new create came out of that little place. Raw and a real feel, loved the ending that shows the owner of the club. Didn't think it was the best movie but was so entertained and just really going to miss Alan Rickman.

Roel A (au) wrote: Ok, this was about an hour too long, but if you are a Celine fan, you will love it!!

Elisabeth W (es) wrote: This movie was so inaccurate and the script was so bad it was hilarious. If you know anything about Beethoven, I'm sure you'll be incredibly amused by it's awfulness. "You've invented a new genre of music- fartissimo!" Seriously.

Paul D (mx) wrote: Has its moments, but not enough to add up to a watchable witness protection programme going wrong thriller.

bill s (gb) wrote: A joyless,laugh less comedy.

Eric N (it) wrote: Awful movie, although entertaining. Just turn your brain off and be ready to be dumbfounded.

Martin R (au) wrote: [8/20/15]: I remember watching this movie with my brother whenever it was on TV, which hasn't happened recently now that I think about it. "Alligator" is an underrated classic even though it basically steals elements from "Jaws." The main character is reminiscent of Martin Brody, who-like Brody-is also a cop; the music at times often goes for a 'thump-thump' sound, again, similar to the motif for the shark in "Jaws;" hell, there's even a scene where the police try to lure the alligator out of a lake by releasing dynamite from their boats. But, what "Alligator" loses in originality, it makes up for in its special effects and its creative sense of fun (intentional or not). The reptile itself looks damn good for a movie that was made with less than two million dollars. The close ups will make you think that they used a real alligator for some of the scenes, but, the most impressive shot is the one where you see the full alligator devour a guy and I have absolutely NO idea how they filmed that. Granted, the alligator does not always look THAT impressive but for the most part, it holds up. When the movie ended, I thought: "they should remake this," then I paused, shook my head, and said to myself: "they'd just CGI the fuck out of this and make it PG-13. No thanks!" But the best part about this movie are the scenes (and there's quite a few of them) that take place in the sewers; I'm not sure why I like them so much, maybe it has to do with my weird fascination with running water [creeks, waterfalls, rivers, etc]. Plus, the sewer scenes provide a great deal of suspense that actually function, I mean, if "Alligator" came out in 2015 it would be all cheap jump scares with a barely visible alligator. The DVD is currently expensive [possibly out of print] so if you want a copy (that's CHEAP) then you'll have to get the Korean version on eBay, which is what I did [it's English and the Korean subtitles can be turned off]. I would do anything-ANYthing-to get Lionsgate (or whoever owns the film) to re-release it on blu-ray or, fuck it, even DVD!!! Someone get a petition started, "Alligator" is among the best of the monster creature flicks.

Gary H (us) wrote: Awesome early 70's car chase movie with Peter Fonda, Warren Oates & Susan George.

Martin T (jp) wrote: One of Cassavetes' finest works. He's not afraid to let scenes breathe, or put us in the middle of a situation without explaining it (and when the pieces do come together it feels entirely organic). The experimental tweaks with the soundtrack and the fantasy sequences are unexpected, but fresh and invigorating: not an interference with reality, but an enhancement of it. Though it's a bit of a retread for Gena Rowlands, we forgive her because she does it so brilliantly.

Nick A (de) wrote: This one had alot of laughable parts i enjoyed it and thought it was pretty funny.

Josiah B (jp) wrote: Despite its lack of story and character, this film sets itself apart by the sheer insanity of it all. It balances between comical and surprising nicely, though I found it more humorous than anything. Not a masterpiece, but truly an experience that has to be seen to be believed.