Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest
Michael Rapaport documents the inner workings and behind the scenes drama that follows this innovative and influential band to this day.
You may also like
Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest torrent reviews
Jamie M (nl) wrote: Page-Lochard is great. Everything else is underwhelming.
Angel M (au) wrote: The only reason i dont like this movie is becaues of several problems,the main is that it doens focuse on the title character and it focuse on the secondary character,other than than and a few more problems the movie is a ok film,and i only recomend on those that are a fan of the secondary character
Philip F (nl) wrote: Kwok's performance is getting much better. He's not just an idol with a handsome face. The whole story is well told, gives the audience a glimpse of what the 'Wall Street' in China was like.
Patrick M (mx) wrote: Trillion dollar miscellaneous fee.
Jessica H (ca) wrote: Add that kid from I hate chris along with several other Newbies and you have a wannabe made for cable flick with little entertainment value.
Eternally Elvis (fr) wrote: I think this is the best telling of Elvis based on Priscilla's Book
Graham B (au) wrote: Donald Sutherland is excellent in the eponymous lead, but this is Jane Fonda's movie. I have never seen her better. Raw emotion and great character development.This is one sexy thriller. Klute and Bree's relationship takes a big role, but never strays away from the thrills. It may be called Klute, but this is Daniels' story and is told sublimely.
Rangan R (nl) wrote: I understand why this film did not vastly, positively recognized, even though it was taken straight from a really cruel incident. Some viewers mind only the commercial value, forget that one because they're living a useless and careless life about society. And the other reason is there is nothing wrong in performance, direction or in any technical aspect, but the story itself do not fit to be a movie. It should have been documentary instead. Coincidentally, this movie was similar to the 2011 Koren movie 'Children...' which was also based on the true event. About children who go missing. Both the events took place in the early 90s. This silver screen movie looks a lot like television broadcastable item that it should be. There is a documentary trilogy inspired from this story. The motive was to bring the truth out and it was well received according to ratings and reviews. And don't forget the books.''My son is 8-year-old. He sleeps with a night light on,he did not run away from home.'' A movie must have (1) a story to begin with, (2) characters that develop along the story and (3) finally a conclusion whether twist in it or not, happy or sad, either way it works. So what's wrong with it? Well, it lacks in development in either of above first two points and extents throughout without nothing while we are expecting a glimpse of something to happen. The fact is, no one knows what really happened, actually those who know are tight lipped because of involvement. I just can't conclude my judgement because of this movie, but give a fair point for anyone who are not familiar with this case. Not focused on a particular character, the most of the perspective in the storytelling was Colin Firth's role which was just an appearance to show I'm there but not in action. You have a couple of choices to rate this movie, one, based on the story which is real and cruel, and another is the movie that disappoints as a movie. Like I am always quite happy with the product like this, because I got to know what I supposed to learn about this 'West Memphis Three' case. Hope the new movie do convey well to the cinematic output.
Sam R (us) wrote: Surprisingly, I was charmed and enthralled by this movie. REALLY wonderful family entertainment :)
Ben F (gb) wrote: The true star of this film is Jack Rovello, who would later go on to star in the legendary short film, "Socks & Robbers."
Jennie L (fr) wrote: Ignore the reviews - Watch it.