Spike Lee pays tribute to Michael Jackson's Bad on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the epochal album, offering behind-the-scenes footage of Jackson recording the album and interviews with confidants, musicians, choreographers, and such music-world superstars as Kanye West, Sheryl Crow, Cee Lo Green and Mariah Carey.
- Stars:Michael Jackson, Glen Ballard, John Barnes, Jennifer Batten, Justin Bieber, Jim Blashfield, John Branca, Miko C. Brando, Chris Brown, Ollie E. Brown, Gregg Burge, Mariah Carey, Colin Chilvers, Andraé Crouch, Sheryl Crow,
- Director:Spike Lee,
A documentary on Michael Jackson and the legacy of his record Bad. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bad 25 torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Director Ayush Raina has done well. I am expecting more from him. All he needed was a good screenplay to show his talent.
(gb) wrote: Based on a stage play by Cyril Gly - who, along with director Volker Schlndorff ("The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum"), co-wrote the movie adaptation - Diplomacy tells the story of how, towards the end of World War II (August 25-26, 1944, to be exact), the Paris-born Swedish consul-general to France, Raoul Nordling, convinced Nazi General Dietrich von Choltitz - the military governor of Paris - to refrain from blowing up the "City of Light" as the Nazis retreated from the Allied invasion. This material has been covered before, in the 1966 action-adventure war film "Is Paris Burning?" (an adaptation of the book of the same title), but whereas that film was all battles and explosions (and very good for what it was), this new film is about a different kind of tension. Will Nordling convince von Choltitz to disobey a direct order from der Fhrer and save Paris? The fact that the movie is largely fictional (at least according to the great academic historian Ian Buruma) does not diminish from its success at creating a brilliant cat-and-mouse game of verbal fencing. It's particularly rewarding because the roles of cat and mouse (who is who?) remain unclear until the very end. It is a brilliant exploration of the art of diplomacy.Both Andr Dussolier ("Un coeur en hiver"), as Nordling, and Niels Arestrup ("Un prophte"), as von Choltitz, are more than up to the task that Schlndorff and Gly devise. We believe them as men of strong will and strong minds (Dussolier, especially). And we understand the stakes at play, for the movie opens with archival images of the destruction of Warsaw (another petty act of Nazi terror that served no strategic purpose). Should Nordling fail, not only will centuries - nay, millennia - of human culture and history be destroyed, but so, too, will hundreds of thousands of lives be lost, for the demolition of the bridges over the Seine will cause widespread surges that will break the river's banks and flood the city. This knowledge lends an urgency to the sometimes-casual conversation between the two men that makes even the most seemingly trivial line resonate with meaning. In this movie, words do, indeed, matter a great deal.
(fr) wrote: I love everyting about this movie. Wes Anderson keeps getting better and better.
(de) wrote: This had a good story and was touching enough to tear me up; however, it was slow. I liked the love story but wanted more action.
(nl) wrote: A good story and fun to watch.
(br) wrote: The whole cast was excellent, but once again, Irfaan Khan was the best.
(fr) wrote: Meh it was decent but nothing to write home about.
(jp) wrote: 5/5 very engaging and nicely depicted
(jp) wrote: Nowhere as good as the original, but certainly serviceable.
(us) wrote: There's nothing egregiously bad about "White Line Fever", it's a decent trucker movie about standing up against corruption and includes a few good stunts and fights, but the end result is just a very ordinary movie.
(es) wrote: BEST MOVIE EVER...KILLER BUNNIES!!!!
(us) wrote: Terrible film; hilarious episode of MST3k.
(ru) wrote: This is David Lynch at its finest.
(es) wrote: Had its funny moments but terrible effects!