Bring On The Night is a 1985 documentary film, that focuses on the jazz-inspired project and band led by the British musician Sting during the early stages of his solo career. Some of the songs, whose recording sessions are featured in the film, appeared on his debut solo album The Dream of the Blue Turtles. Each musician in the band, through the course of the film is interviewed. [Tracklist:] 01 Bring On The Night 02 News Conference 03 If You Love Somebody Set Them Free 04 Low Life 05 Fortress Around Your Heart 06 Love Is The Seventh Wave 07 The Flintstones 08 Another Day 09 Shadows In The Rain 10 Consider Me Gone 11 Driven To Tears 12 The Big Risk 13 Opening Night 14 Shadows In The Rain 15 Fortress Around Your Heart 16 We Work The Black Seam 17 I Burn For You 18 Children's Crusade 19 Need Your Love So Bad 20 Roxanne 21 Russians 22 I Been Down So Long 23 If You Love Somebody Set Them Free 24 Demolition Man 25 Message In A Bottle
Documents the preparation and rehearsals for Sting's first solo concert, as well as his supporting band's opinions on their leader and his controversial efforts. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dan H (it) wrote: Good action, worth watching. Not as good as Olympus has fallen.
Matthew S (mx) wrote: A very familiar "by the numbers" movie saved by Jeff Bridge's amazing performance. And, it is amazing.
Foong M (fr) wrote: My first impression with the movie was the fullest erotism. At some point i thought it was another porn movie. But the final thought by Marta displayed a difference between porn and a thoughtful movie. At that point Marta's shows her best acting skills than other part of the movie. Through adultery, Marta provoked jealousy, which believed is the aphrodisiac to the diminishing excitement of a six-month marriage. An new point for "open-minded" couple to mull over. Sex could be important, but other element should carry more weight in a long term relationship or marriage, I think.Leon was really sexy.....so does some other men in the movie. The scene where he waited for Marta next to a car wins all the women's heart. Who would say no to an assertive,romantic, luscious, exciting latino, some more an artist? However their thougts were less revealed besides their physical attraction.
Patrick L (us) wrote: It's got some hackneyed jokes and the plot isn't very inventive. But there's a subtle joke or two. Everyone did a good job in their roles; no one was too bored, or overdramatic, or bland. The training scenes, where Jim punishes Tim, were amusing. It's OK. It's not a masterpiece, but it's not bad, either. A good popcorn flick when you don't want to think too much.
Alexander C (es) wrote: Could be worth a viewing, would like to see it sometime in the future.
Dylan G (mx) wrote: this movie was good, not great but good, good acting from the good guys, decent acting from the bad guys, slight humor and a good edge of your seat suspenseful storyline. it's one of those types of movies that you don't watch on a regular basis like some but you do buy it to save it for a rainy day, it is indeed watchable and worthy of spending money on, and very much more enjoyable then some movies that have came out this decade, and it's good enough (on a more personal note) to make me feel a bit nostalgic and makes me miss the 90's
Eric J (it) wrote: The premise was good, but the film fizzled despite the promising casting of Connery and Snipes. Not a lot of action in this supposed action pic, and cross-cultural aspect was handled badly.
Ryan D (jp) wrote: I expected a very slap stick comedy with horror themes, and it did have moments of slap stick, but they were so far between, and none of the jokes were good. It seemed like they were trying to give it comedy by purposely making it bad. Yes bad movies can be very entertaining, but this one didn't have me sold. It did get better near the end.
Zoran S (ca) wrote: Very funny. It's not a work of inspired genius like Holland's previous film, Better off Dead, but it's very entertaining.
Amy S (us) wrote: Great movie! Farrah Fawcett was fantastic!
Richard L (au) wrote: This movie is probably one of Roger Corman's greatest commercial moments ever as a producer and director (although uncredited) since, for a change, he had some budget (2M$), he got his hands on a few celebrities (John Saxon, George Peppard, Robert Vaughn, Sybil Danning... and other actors who did not fade into obscurity thereafter), the special effects are surprisingly well-made, and the soundtrack was composed by James Horner (which, by the way, really sounds like his Star Trek : The Wrath of Khan score). However - HOWEVER - even with this kind of money and talent, everything feels cheap. It's more or less an astonishlingly unsubtle rip from Star Wars (for instance, the bad guy is named "Sador", the hero is even more whiny than Luke Skywalker, and there's "Coyboy", your average Han Solo), the special effects and soundrack were re-used in other movies produced by Roger Corman, and there are too many characters for such a thin storyline spread over 1h45'. Still interesting, though...
Yertle t (gb) wrote: Probably the only Martin & Lewis film worth seeing. Splashy and colorful.
Chris S (br) wrote: One of my favorite TV anthologies. A weird, funny, and often cool 90s horror flick.
Tracy L (de) wrote: want to see film but cant get it help
Aimee C (de) wrote: This was a great movie from beginning to end! Full of action and visually spectacular. Loved every minute, despite what others felt about the acting.