Anita O'Day: The Life of a Jazz Singer

Anita O'Day: The Life of a Jazz Singer

A tribute to jazz diva Anita O'Day, completed just weeks before her death in November 2006.

A tribute to jazz diva Anita O'Day, completed just weeks before her death in November 2006. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Adam A (au) wrote: "V/H/S" has some suspense to deliver, but it leaves you more confused than it should have and the shaky camera gimmick doesn't really help you either. One truly wonders where all of these ideas tie up, in a sequel perhaps?

Jenny O (au) wrote: kakatuwa! kakakilig! kakaiyak! kaka-inLove! Happy ka-puso!

Octavian (de) wrote: I call emperor's got no clothes. This is uneventful and unbearable to watch. "Artsy" appears to be another word for "this looks like complete shit, but everyone else is still pretending that this was momentous, so I guess I'll play along". Ironically, the costuming looks like it's worth a closer look, had they factored lighting into the budget. The monotonous dirge is a really suitable soundtrack.

John W (us) wrote: An interesting film about reconciling one's faith with one's sexuality. Reasonably well-acted but perhaps a little predictable at the end.

Kathleen N (ca) wrote: i like the part where the black ghosts taking lives away.

Justin B (br) wrote: There are some great ideas including the world that has been created and interesting (if minor) new developments in the dead but the plot and characters that lead us through the ideas are very, very dull. Romero also still never strays from the "the living are the real enemies" theme that he hammers in every time.

Andrew C (gb) wrote: Was better then I thought it was going to be. The "monster" in it was pretty neat, its biology seemed thought out decently.

Jonas B (es) wrote: Every time I watch this movie I feel like I`m part of the bunch. And I still have this idea of Marty and Will meeting again 10 years from that and ...

Jim T (au) wrote: Hilarious, ridiculous and good fun

Sandra S (us) wrote: Was better together than Jerry Lewis's solo redo.