One of the world’s biggest and best live bands release an incredible document of their return to Madison Square Garden, New York City’s most iconic venue. 19 years to the day after the band first performed there, they returned to the same stage for the last date of their historic Lost Highway tour, officially the biggest tour on the planet in 2008. SETLIST: 1. "Lost Highway" 2. "Born to Be My Baby" 3. "Blaze of Glory" 4. "It's My Life" 5. "Keep the Faith" 6. "Raise Your Hands" 7. "Living in Sin/Chapel of Love" 8. "Always" 9. "Whole Lot of Leavin'" 10. "In These Arms" 11. "We Got It Going On" 12. "I'll Be There for You" (Richie Sambora on the lead vocals) 13. "(You Want to) Make a Memory" 14. "Blood on Blood" 15. "Dry County" 16. "Have a Nice Day" 17. "Who Says You Can't Go Home" 18. "Hallelujah" 19. "Wanted Dead or Alive" 20. "Livin' on a Prayer" 21. "Bad Medicine" (Ending credits with audio only) BONUS SONGS: 22. "You Give Love a Bad Name" 23. "Runaway" 24. "Bed of Roses" . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Gregory M (ag) wrote: I liked that a lot!It was really entertaining and I loved the way the relationships developed and the motivating message. Sure,most of the comedic scenes were forced but I had quite a great time watching this. There was an underlying eroticism between the main leads I will never look past this,by no means!
IRVIN C (au) wrote: Una pelcula excelente
Greg G (kr) wrote: What an awesome movie!! Loved it ??
Petrina Pecknold B (ru) wrote: Awesome movie--looooved it. How refreshing is fresh writing. Ryan Johnson's character cracked me up--well delivered lines. A must see.
Kevin D (kr) wrote: Great movie and performance by Hoffman
Savage M (ca) wrote: A little on the bizarre side, but an great story of passion and suspense.
Jason (nl) wrote: Not bad at all for a "Speed" ripoff. Let me start off by saying that "Speed" is one of my all-time favorite movies, and that "Chill Factor's" plot centers a lot around "Speed's" main idea. Luckily for me, a movie taking the formula of a much more successful and original movie hasn't ever bothered me as much as it does most of the movie critics, just as long as it's also a good movie, which "Chill Factor" is. Tim Mason (Skeet Ulrich) and the driver of a stolen ice cream truck, Arlo (Cuba Gooding Jr.), get tangled up in a plot in which they must keep a chemical weapon from blowing up and killing millions of people. If this chemical weapon that's called 'Elvis' gets up to 50, it will literally explode instantly. But that's not all, they have a group of madmen that are tracking them down because they want to get a hold of Elvis. The chemical weapon Elvis, not the singer who a lot of people think is still alive and kicking. Even though "Chill Factor" is a ripoff of one of my favorite movies of all time, I have to admit that it is a very entertaining film. The script, plot, acting, and everything else about this movie is just average, but Cuba Gooding Jr. keeps it from being a dud. Throughout "Chill Factor," he is hilarious and like always, does a great job of acting. The other things that keep "Chill Factor" from being a not so good movie is that it's interesting and somewhat suspenseful at times. If you liked "Speed," or even if you don't, I recommend at least seeing "Chill Factor."
Zach M (us) wrote: This was a good movie for many reasons. Chris Cooper and David Schwimmer are great in this film and it has many funny moments. Also a plus for ample nudity.
Alan N (nl) wrote: Manages quite a degree of creepiness for a comedy horror. Entertaining and atmospheric with an intriguing soundtrack.
Cody C (br) wrote: A very good movie with a very great ending. And some of the most unnerving score I've ever heard in a film. It's hard not to tear up from this movie.
Donald M (br) wrote: A much loved British comedy classic.The team of Hay,Moffat and Marriot rivalled any of the American stuff...You're wastin' your time!...the windmill...the pub fight...One eyed Joe.