Caribbean Nights: The Bob Marley Story

Caribbean Nights: The Bob Marley Story

The life of Bob Marley with interviews from family and friends, and features rare footage of Bob Marley. Captures the feel and timelessness of the music and the man himself.

The life of Bob Marley with interviews from family and friends, and features rare footage of Bob Marley. Captures the feel and timelessness of the music and the man himself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Caribbean Nights: The Bob Marley Story torrent reviews

Cokaine C (it) wrote: "El viento se levanta", es un eptome de todos los sentimientos o emociones que experimentaremos o superaremos en la vida. Es una pelcula desgarradoramente hermosa :'(, otra obra maestra del genial Hayao Miyazaki.

Krystal J (kr) wrote: I can't watch anything it always said they is a problem and it will be fixed. And it never fixed.

Omer N (de) wrote: love it so much! and it was really full of unexpected events! I found it interesting and love its idea! although I wonder how many movies I watched in which Children appears as devils instead of our idea about them, they are angels!! watch it!

Call i (kr) wrote: Overall it wasent very funny. It had few funny scenes but it wasent many. The acting was ok but only William H Macy did a fine job.

Kelly C (it) wrote: This was the dullest, most beautiful movie. I know - how is that even possible? It was shot in dreary scenes, the color spectrum is weeping from neglect, but the simplicity of the movie somehow drove the point home more effectively. This is bound to make you stop and think about the premise and wonder which memory from your own life you would take with you for eternity if you were only allowed to take one. Is it a stupid premise? Sure. Is it an extremely fascinating premise to consider? Absolutely.Put aside your skepticism at the get-go or you won't make it through the movie. Don't try to accept the story line as a religion, a doctrine, or a statement and merely allow yourself to be entertained as a blank slate for a while. There are a few small surprises that aren't revealed in any big A-HA moments...they unfold naturally and without any fanfare, they are just dropped casually with all the forcefulness of an offhand whisper.The whole movie drifts along like a leaf on a stream in a quiet sort of reverence those gathered around a death bed would show...only there is no tense awaiting of last breaths. Here, the scary part is done, there are no worries other than getting that favorite memory immortalized. There is an understated joy in knowing there is life after death and this movie floats in a carefree way around the subject in a way I didn't expect. Long after the movie is over, you'll be thinking about it...wondering what memory you would take and wondering why they only allowed one in the first place? What happened when they got to heaven with that one memory?

Orlok W (ca) wrote: 'Murmur of the Heart' is an experience that sneaks up on you like the combined years of one's youth... Sophisticated naughtiness--After 43 years, "Murmur of the Heart" still rings truer and closer to home than most contemporary comedies (and even dramas) revolving around the "coming of age" and "sexual awakening" in a young teen... Breaking Taboos-Magnificently Provocative!!

Private U (jp) wrote: Ett mste om man vill frst vr nutidshistoria och se hur och varfr svenskarna emigrerade till Amerika. En gripande historia om Karl-Oskar, Kristina, Robert och de andra som lmnar Sverige fr ett bttre liv p andra sidan Oceanen.

Hannah D (jp) wrote: This is a standard film noir, which has one or two memorable scenes involving cliffs and cars without giving too much of the game away. I felt a bit underwhelmed by it, probably because the best thrillers these days are so much more complex.

Russell P (fr) wrote: An extraordinary film, produced under the guise of propaganda (as were so many Powell and Pressburger films of this era), but in fact pure art. Yes, there are stereotypical characters, and yes, there are some cheesy moments. But in-between, the panoply of Canadian life, so rich and so diverse, gradually grinds away until the very last Nazi gets a punch in the kisser from Raymond Massey -- ironically, the only actual Canadian in the film. The score by Vaughan Williams is one of the richest of all time, and the whole adds up to much much more than its parts. My vote for a film to be kept on a desert island (presuming the desert island has a DVD player).

keiron b (it) wrote: Very unique and disturbing for it's time.

Philip Z (nl) wrote: it's gimmick wear out quickly especially in this day and age where special effects are a dime a dozen. The romance between Steve Martin and Rachel Ward is appealing though. That's what got me through it.

Thiago B (fr) wrote: Muito bom, conta a vida de loucuras do filho de Saddam Hussein.