One night from his 1996 Cosmic Jam tour at the Bloomsbury in London in which Bill explains the seminal influence of cockney knees-up music upon classical composers through the ages and takes a shot at Bryan Adams. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Dan M (us) wrote: As I told Mindy Cohn when I drunkenly ran into her at a bar years ago, I've loved her my whole life! So, when a friend told me she had a movie on Netflix, I had to check it out. Sure, it feels very much like an independent film, but it has some really nice moments in it. Honestly, I felt that when it focused on Violet (Mindy), the movie was at its best, but when it veered to some of her friends and their story lines, I lost interest.
Neil C (ag) wrote: the movie is good although boring in some parts. it is interesting for kids and tweens.
Marcus W (gb) wrote: It's a very stupid film.
Richard L (it) wrote: Absolutely thrilling and brutal, Eden Lake is not for the faint of heart. Strong performances from Fassbender, Reilly and O'Connell keeps the audiences engaged and devoted to the story and its characters as it ascends to madness and survival.
Alejandro R (de) wrote: While it seems that critics and the audience disagree on this film (critics generally liking it and the audience not so much), this is an intelligent thriller based on the true story of the worst security breach in U.S. history. An intense investigation was underway after finally realizing that it was a U.S. operative and director, who sold secrets to the Russians for almost 20 years, causing loss of critical information/intelligence and even loss of life. It being a true story makes it even more chilling, as the film explores the mind of a traitor with all of the pent-up guilt he felt, while he still continued to sell secrets and his use of religious faith to try to deal with it all. Great performances all around.
Kristina E (jp) wrote: pretty bad overall movie kinda good concept though.
Mayank M (br) wrote: Classic. Some of the funniest lines that I've heard in any movie.
Trenton R (es) wrote: I'm sorry kids but this movie is stupid.
Walter M (kr) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]"All Things Fair" takes place in 1943 in Malmo, Sweden where Stig(Johan Widerberg) is a high school student from Stockholm who works at the concessions of a movie theatre. His older brother, Sigge(Bjorn Kjellman), is in the navy and an aspiring boxer. Amongst his classmates, Stig is not alone in being infinitely curious about sex while having very little knowledge about the subject.(The boys and girls are educated separately.) He does form a bond with his new teacher, Viola(Marika Lagercrantz), who is also from Stockholm but they go beyond propriety during a makeout session in the map room.[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]"All Things Fair" takes on a controversial subject in a provocative manner. The film gets off to a promising start; features some good relationships and character development but drags on too long towards at least a few promised endings before coming to a halt. It best serves as an argument against single sex education.[/font]
Ryan G (nl) wrote: whenever trane is more than a third of the soundtrack the movie can only be good.
Brian A (kr) wrote: sure, it had some slow parts, but the first 20 minutes, the garage can dance number, and just the fact that this film EXISTS is enough for me.
Justin R (kr) wrote: Elizabeth Taylor in her 2nd movie role alongside Roddy McDowall and the screen's most beloved dog in this family classic. An exciting journey film starring the famous collie. A very good movie.
Bee M (de) wrote: This movie was fucking brilliant. It's the pinnacle of film making and will bee for a long long time. Barry B Benson made me cum a little. Also, I'm now a redneck and a bee enthusiast, spending all my waking hours in a bee suit, collected pollen from my neighbors garden, they don't appreciate my culture. Only thing that would have made this better would be an inter-species sex scene. Other than that, masterpiece.
CM K (br) wrote: 5/5. Need I say more?