Artifact is a 2012 American documentary film directed by Jared Leto under the pseudonym of Bartholomew Cubbins, a recurring character in the Dr. Seuss universe. The film is a documentary about the making of the 30 Seconds to Mars album This Is War and the band's battle against record label EMI. Included in Artifact are several interviews, including the one with neurophysicist Daniel Levitin, author of the popular science book This Is Your Brain On Music. The film won the BlackBerry People's Choice Documentary Award at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival.
- Stars:Jared Leto, Shannon Leto, Tomo Milicevic, Irving Azoff, Chester Bennington, Brandon Boyd, Angelica Cob-Baehler, Sonny DiPerri, Daniel Ek, Robert Ezrin, Flavor Flav, Jason Flom, Flood, Jeff Kempler, Kenna,
- Director:Jared Leto,
Telling harsh truths about the modern music business, this riveting and award-winning documentary gives intimate access to singer/actor Jared Leto ("Requiem for a Dream," "Dallas Buyers ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Artifact torrent reviews
(br) wrote: While it was better than everyone expected it to be, young detective Dee suffers from subpar acting, unrelatable characters and an overdose of terrible cgi!
(mx) wrote: Just when I thought the Book of Eli was the most religious self-indulgent load of crap I've ever seen, comes this pile of dung of a movie. This movie must have been created by one of those Jehovas witnesses or other crazy religious group that lets their children die of illness because they won't allow a blood transfusion. I'm sorry I watched this long, boring, useless crap of a movie. I rate this movie 0% and instead of a Rotten tomato, this one should get Rotten cheese served over steaming vomit risotto with a side of roadkill guts.
(es) wrote: not as good as les choristes, but the music's still lovely
(de) wrote: just kiss him and her
(nl) wrote: i dare you not to feel disturbed after see this movie.
(it) wrote: Good fun. Not perfect, but pretty fun.
(ca) wrote: This is a mindless comedy, but it is jammed with the stupidest awesome-est jokes. u gotta love it
(de) wrote: Wittgenstein was arguably the most brilliant philosopher of the 20th century, and inarguably one of the most influential. This isn't so much a start-conflict-resolution structure film as it is a sincere portrait of a conflicted genius who is every bit as critical of himself as he is those around him. Derek Jarman does what he does best here: the set design, costumes, and makeup are fakely realistic and realistically fake, with colors clashing with one another in just the right way (perhaps the product of his failing eyesight as a result of his battle with AIDS). Karl Johnson is brilliant in the title role, and while one might criticize the film for devoting too much time to Wittgenstein's probable homosexuality, one cannot blame Jarman for portraying Wittgenstein as *he* knew and loved him.
(us) wrote: I enjoyed it. The energy drops somewhere around the middle, but picks up quickly. The story is well told and unique. Though Cher is spectacular in the main role, it really is Winona Ryder who makes the film worth watching. She is, as usual, captivating, and makes an excellent and amiable narrator. She is perfectly cast and steals the show.
(it) wrote: I guess it was better when I was younger. Now it's more the play of a young Christian Bale that's worth a look.
(ru) wrote: Amy Heckerling's movie remains a successful balancing act of being truly hilarious and painfully realistic depiction of that moment when a teenager is almost an adult but still very much a child. This "coming of age" movie remains timeless and features some great performances.
(mx) wrote: Its probably the most beautiful film I've seen, the scenery is stunning and I was touched by the story.
(kr) wrote: I remember that first I watched this masterpiece in 2006 on youtube, and still I love to watch it. Emil Marwa has done fabulous job. The movie depicts the era of true street gangs in Oslo. Awesome!
(es) wrote: Cable gives a superb performance in this romantic comedy. There are a few comical moments, such as the famous hitchhiking scene, but there are also some flat sections which add very little and affect the film's flow. Considered to be the third best romantic comedy and one of the top ten comedies of all time. My favourite film of 1934. AAW 1001
(es) wrote: Battle of the Year was a fun movie! My family and I loved it. We were do amazed by the dancing alone that it immediately amazed us!