Avenged Sevenfold: All Excess
All Excess is Avenged Sevenfold's first DVD which was released on July 17, 2007. The DVD includes a documentary with footage dating back to 1999, four live performances, along with four music videos, and several out-takes. The DVD was created to portray how Avenged Sevenfold started in a unique way different from typical mainstream band DVDs. This was done by giving the viewer a look into the thoughts of, the relationships between, and the background of the band.
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(ag) wrote: While not entirely an original plot (think along the lines of The Replacement Killers) the story involves a hitman named Gon who while doing a job accidentally kills a young child by mistake. He is then told the job was incomplete and is then given the task of going after a woman who also happens to be the child's mother. Clearly dissatisfied with being a hitman he reluctantly flies to Korea for the job but then ends up trying to protect the woman from other assassins one of which is a good friend of his. The action sequences are great, the gore is just right, and the ending is not what you would necessarily expect. Very well done as the only drawback is it tends to shift from English language to Korean so it is something you have to pay attention to fully. Great great movie though and highly recommended.10/10
(us) wrote: A thin plot that lacks understanding of the Constitution and the world of today.
(ag) wrote: The subject was a good one, because black magic, voodoo are things that I personally believe really do exist in our world, whether we're aware of it or not. It had potential to be a GREAT movie.....unfortunately, it lost steam after the first 30 minutes! Why was the little girl acting possessed? I didn't realize that having voodoo performed on a person caused a spirit to enter their body? Then the scene in the climax with flying bugs and God knows what else....it was overdone!Acting was good by everyone involved, but the movie really wasn't anything extraordinary. It's a time-pass movie at best. Not horribly scary.....but not an AWFUL movie either. It was just an attempt at making a movie about black magic. It could've been great, but unfortunately, was not.
(fr) wrote: Ce film est trs triste et il ma beaucoup marc. Bravo!
(ca) wrote: Clearly could've been better, but it was terrible either. Acting is the really where the movie lacks.
(jp) wrote: Talk bout an emotional roller roaster ride. Loved it!! One of the best movies I've seen in years.
(ag) wrote: Way too entertaining for your own good. Sands is awesome and it's terrific to see WARLOCK action, but Young isn't that good and it's really nothing if you haven't seen the first.
(it) wrote: Really interesting doc on a gorilla taught sign language by scientists. Makes me want to rewatch PROJECT X, oddly enough.
(au) wrote: 1973's "Wattstax" is not just one of the best music films, but it's one of my favorite films ever. If you haven't seen it yet, do yourself a favor and watch it. And if you can, make it a double-bill with "Soul Power".
(es) wrote: Nice artistic design, a lot of money on screen, Dujardin is cool, but the script is extremely unexciting.
(kr) wrote: William Wyler is known for directing many films in his day, such as Ben-Hur and Roman Holiday. How to Steal a Million, on the other hand, is one of his lesser-known works. Starring Audrey Hepburn and Peter O'Toole, How to Steal a Million is one entertaining caper.Audrey Hepburn plays Nicole, a wealthy French woman whose father (Hugh Griffith) has a bad habit of copying famous paintings. When his fake replica of a statue ends up displayed in an art museum, Nicole, fearing that her father will go to prison once the experts start investigating, hires burglar Simon Dermott (Peter O'Toole) to steal the statue to save her father's reputation.Also, Eli Wallach plays David Leland, an American detective who falls for Hepburn and French comedian Moustache makes a fun appearance as one of the museum guards.I didn't have super high expectations for the film. While I enjoy Wyler's films, especially Ben-Hur, some, such as Roman Holiday, turned out to end on a disappointing note. In the case of How to Steal a Million, however, I discovered that I surprisingly enjoyed myself, but that doesn't mean it's a spectacular movie.For example, the romance between Hepburn and Wallach was dull. When I think of Eli Wallach, I think of him as the evil bandit in The Magnificent Seven. Wallach was basically miscast in the role, making his scenes, which take place in the majority of the first half, hard to sit through.But the good news is, other than that, How to Steal a Million is a entertaining film. Audrey Hepburn is great in her role. She's attractive, smart, and well-developed. Peter O'Toole provides most of the laughs, and the two actors have a wonderful chemistry and a good sense of humor. In O'Toole's opening scene, Hepburn shoots him in the arm, starting the film off on an entertaining note.The heist scene is well-made. It's suspenseful, funny, and the way it's presented is very memorable. The actor who really steals the show here is not Hepburn, and not O'Toole either. Actually, it's Moustache, the French comedian who plays one of the guards. His facial expressions and reactions are hysterical and serve as the funniest moments of the film, especially when the alarm repeatedly starts to go off and he keeps on drinking. There's also a plot twist towards the end of the film that's pretty hilarious.Last thing I have to mention is the score. It's awesome. Scored by Johnny Williams, the score showcases suspense and drama when it needs it most. The best part about it is the weird sounds you hear during the heist scene.While Eli Wallach disappointed me a lot, How to Steal a Million is an entertaining caper comedy, with a wonderful chemistry between Audrey Hepburn and Peter O'Toole and features a good deal of comedy, especially from Moustache. "She and I are old friends. We used to shoot together."
(us) wrote: Douzime film de la saga Zatoichi et le troisime mis en scne par son ralisateur originel Kenji Misumi. On sent une certaine redondance avec les pisodes prcdants dans celui-ci qui il manque une ide directrice forte. Le scnario mlangeant plusieurs intrigues semble flotter de l'une l'autre, pour donner au final un film plus mou que d'habitude. Il n'en reste pas moins quelques belles squences comme celle de Zatoichi cherchant la boite de mdicaments gare dans les roseaux.
(de) wrote: Knns som en ren uppfljare p The Beast from 20000 Fathoms, men nr inte samma hjder, mest p grund av att blckfisken inte kan g upp och hrja p land av frklarliga skl.