Blues in the Night

Blues in the Night

Members of a traveling jazz band try to keep their talented leader from dying after he breaks from the band and begins drinking and taking drugs.

"Jigger' Lane forms a band that includes singer Ginger 'Character' Powell, wife of the trumpeter Leo Powelll, and Nickie Haroyen and Peppi. All of them dedicate themselves to work as a unit... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Barthlmy C (mx) wrote: Sympa et drle! J'ai aim!

Robert B (ag) wrote: Atrocious (Fernando Barreda Luna, 2010)Completely generic shakycam feature about a family who heads off to inhabit the ancestral pile, which is surrounded by woods in which a legendary ghost supposedly will guide lost travelers out. When they get there, they find out that maybe the ghost isn't quite so helpful as the legend would have it... in other words, this is a movie you have seen any number of times before, and you probably liked it a lot better the last dozen times you saw it. * 1/2

Daphne M (ca) wrote: This was ok. Just ok. Warning: 50 is in the movie but for a total of maybe 7 minutes! There were some good fight scenes.

Jay H (de) wrote: It is great how he keeps calling the mob boss Lovins.

Daryl D (us) wrote: Ugh I really wanted to like this movie but the plot line really goes nowhere. Other than the hot main character coming out, nothing else happens.

Allan C (ru) wrote: Directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith, who directed cult Ozploitation favorites "Escape 2000," "BMX Bandits" and the underrated "Dead End Drive-In" comes a surprisingly entertaining 4th installment in the ridiculous Leprechaun horror franchise. The original Leprechaun film is not a well made films, but does have the novelty of a pre-fame Jennifer Aniston slumming it in low-budget horror. This film is basically a recycled mash-up of the first two Alien films, except that instead of a deadly alien, it's a deadly leprechaun killing people on a space ship. Warwick Davis returns once again as the killer leprechaun and is quite fun. Trenchard-Smith does bring some style and flair to some sequences and shots periodically throughout the film, but generally speaking, the film is really just a halfway decent direct-to-video horror flick. Don't go out of your way to see this one unless you're a Trenchard-Smith fan or if you are (for some inexplicable reason) a fan of the leprechaun franchise.

Brota O (us) wrote: A fun movie centering around a bellboy. It's not Oscar worthy but I love the last 2 rooms and Roth is very good at playing his characters role.

Mike S (jp) wrote: An odd film that is worth watching for the performances of it's two leads: the ever reliable Michael Caine and the underrated Christopher Reeve.The gay elements are underplayed and do not overshadow the plot, despite the controversy at the time it was released. The theatrical style was interesting, accompanied by a bizarre organ based score. But overall the film lacks a likable character and thus it's hard to really be totally engaged by it.

Mark S (us) wrote: My favourite movie as child, so imaginative and inspiring, very funny script, mind-blowing soundtrack by Graham Gouldman (what a song writer!)

Charles M (us) wrote: The Journey From Heaven To HellGet On The Carousel !!!

Al M (nl) wrote: This film started well and had great promise for a b-level horror film. It is definitely bizarre and somewhat original, but I found myself consistenly bored with it.

Alex C (es) wrote: Despite being really fucking long (146 minutes) and very depressing in most parts. I thought the movie was very well done and Adam Sandler and Seth Rogen have wonderful on-screen chemistry.

Trevor P (nl) wrote: This first addition is perfect for kids and fans of the book thanks to its creation of the grand, imaginative, and wondrous mythological world. Yet some of the key actors, Daniel Radcliffe included, are rather pathetic. It does not help either that the screenplay is written with a plot-first perspective, rushing past important character-development scenes and crucial world development details. Thankfully, that's all improved upon in the later films.

Lee P (br) wrote: The director conveys the period beautifully. The actors all do a fine job. The script manages to give us a person, not a genius, and so avoids the trouble with most artist bios.

Digger N (us) wrote: This movie is proof that an outstanding cast, good director and a potentially interesting plot isn't enough to win audiences over. With an extremely unlikable main character whose emotional moments where he "becomes a better person" still fail, this movie was doomed to fail. A story about a chef rising through the ranks and becoming the best in the world is bound to entertain some people... but not me. I don't know what it is that went wrong with this film. I just feel so disappointed in every aspect. This is a hard skip people if you wanna watch a chef yell at people and serve delicious food without the shitty drama, watch Gordon Ramsey. But hey, at least the movie looks nice...4/10 at best I'm being generous