Bruce Springsteen: The Complete Video Anthology 1978-2000
The video kicks off from a 1978 performance of 'Rosalita' with a 29 year old Bruce wailing away with chicks jumpin' on the stage grabbing him! Lucky guy! The other songs featured include all the popular tunes like 'Born To Run', 'Born In The USA', 'I'm On Fire' and 'Glory Days'. Even some lesser known songs such as 'Spare Parts' (from 'Tunnel Of Love' album) and 'Tougher than the rest' from 'Tunnel Of Love' also which are both live. I like Bruce Springsteen a lot. He has the edge as a showman and musical innovator without losing the plot onstage. Fans will love this video for it's authentic live performances, music videos and classic Springsteen songs. Great
Bruce Springsteen: The Complete Video Anthology 1978-2000 torrent reviews
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Tino R (mx) wrote: An absolute time crusher, had some okay action scenes but everything around it like story, the acting were below average and dragged considerably.
Adam B (gb) wrote: Really enjoyed this movie. It has some really great characters. I found Oldman's performance to be absolutely ridiculous and at the same time so entertaining.
Eric H (fr) wrote: First of all, I still can't believe something that's so impossible is a true story! Now about the film itself: I didn't expect much of a movie before seeing it, but was I impressed!This film has some moments that go to the hall of fame of comedy! Kevin Kline is superb! He delivers one of the best comic roles ever. What to say also about the rest of the cast. The names say it all: Tracey Ullman, William Hurt, River Phoenix, Keanu Reeves (it seems playing the dumb is his strong point?). I admit I hadn't heard Joan Plowright before this movie but she is excellent. Watch out for Phoebe Cates (Kevin's wife!) as the girl at the nightclub. Isn't she gorgeous? In general, go see it! A jewel.
Glenn C (mx) wrote: I have idolised writer Everette DeRoche for years and he has written some important Australian genre films such as Patrick, Roadgames, The Long Weekend, Razorback and Fortress amongst others. His work has a unique quality and I've collected all of his films over the years... except for Link. This is the one film of his that I had never been able to see. It was only briefly released to home video before being deleted. Occasionally a few copies would pop up on ebay for upwards of $100 and so needless to say it's a film thats hard to come by. I recently found a dvd copy from the Netherlands and watched the film for the very first time tonight. Directed by legendary Aussie filmmaker Richard Franklin, the film is about a zoologist student, Elizabeth Shue, who travels to the English countryside to work for her professor, Terrence Stamp, as he studies and trains chimpanzees. His most intelligent primate is an orangutan named Link. Link displays hostile traits and when the professor goes missing it becomes obvious that Link has a far more sinister and murderous personality. Franklin wasn't able to find funding to make the film in Australia and so he took it to England. It's a slow paced thriller that builds it's menacing tension gradually and the primate performances are incredible. Link predates George Romero's similar film, Monkey Shines, and it's disappointing that this has been lost in time. By no means DeRoche's or Franklin's best work but a bold and original film nonetheless. It might have taken me years but I finally got to see it... the wait was worth it.
Shanna C (jp) wrote: It really opens your eyes to a whole new world. Honestly, it's tragic. A must see.
Kevin R (mx) wrote: It's absolutely imperial.The Earth's first space mission lands on the moon only to find that there are artifacts already there. When the artifacts appear in a news broadcast, an old scientist is astonished to see his items on the news. A group of scientists arrive on his doorstep asking for an explanation. The old man takes the scientists on a trip they'll never believe."Staring at me like an animal in the zoo."Nathan Juran, director of The 7th Voyage of Sinbad, 20 Million Miles to Earth, Attack of the 50 Foot Woman, and Jack the Giant Killer (1962), delivers The Men in the Moon. The storyline for this picture is entertaining and fun to watch unfold. The action is dated but interesting and the acting is average. The cast includes Edward Judd, Martha Hyer, and Lionel Jeffries."Stay away or I'll shoot!"I found this on Turner Classic Movies (TCM) and had to DVR it. This was a fairly average movie but a nice addition to the science fiction genre for this era. This is far from a masterpiece, but it isn't a waste of time. I recommend giving it a viewing. "I sold the cottage."Grade: C
david l (jp) wrote: Pride in tradition and character expressed through humility and good deeds and force only when necessary is one expression of Japanese honor. It is that subtle paradox which beguiles me to be attentive and learn from potentially wiser philosophers than myself. Sanshiro the Judo master is ethically confused between paths, his master's guidance doesn't answer fully the challenge of new world arrogance. He finds his own way. Some of the fight scenes looked badly staged and false. The boxer vs. the Jujitsu master is one such example. The film moves too slow for stretches and could use more script. I was bedazzled by the spectral Karate clan brothers, like walking shadows with daring hair. And although the final duel does not look real, it manages a memorable eerie quality on the snowy battlefield.
Shawn W (es) wrote: 5th installment of the original series might be the best. Certainly the best since the original. Post nuclear war, a peaceful rural colony of humans and apes must defend itself from radiated survivors from New York City.
David Benjamin M (nl) wrote: An enjoyable flick tbh
Jamie C (us) wrote: Loved it, They tried something different with the first person scene and in my opinion it paid off, It has to be one of the best game to films, It had almost everything the game did apart from the creatures not coming from Hell but apart from that and Dwaynes very aggressive acting it was fantastic.
Mark A (mx) wrote: Wolf Creek takes too long to get going, and even once it does it proves to be little more than a tasteless (though well-shot) torture porn