The making of Fleetwood Mac's legendary Rumours album is chronicled. Interviews with all five band members are included, along with interviews of producers Ken Calliat and Richard Dashut. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Classic Albums: Fleetwood Mac - Rumours
The making of Fleetwood Mac's legendary Rumours album is chronicled. Interviews with all five band members are included, along with interviews of producers Ken Calliat and Richard Dashut. ...
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Glenn G (ag) wrote: A masterpiece of the modern wuxia genre! Fun and serious in spots, quite a different film from King Hu's earlier Dragon Inn.Why can't Tsui Hark make movies like this anymore? (though Seven Swords was not horrible, I guess).
Simon S (kr) wrote: A straightforward, but for the most part effective thriller, Changing Lanes may not be very satisfying in the end, but with two exceptional performances from Ben Affleck and Samuel L. Jackson and a more thoughtful script than you'd expect, it gets the job done.
Mike D (it) wrote: The dark romance drama 'Leaving Las Vegas' earned a lot of buzz back in 1995. The Mike Figgis-directed film nabbed four Academy Award nominations, including a best actor in a leading role win for Nicolas Cage. On the surface, 'Vegas' is about an out-of-work alcoholic who tries to find himself by drinking himself to death in the city of sin. Shortly after arriving, Ben Sanderson (Cage) crosses paths with a young, unhappy hooker named Sera (Elisabeth Shue), and the two become inseparable. This performance really was Shue's breakout role, as she was able to reach across all aspects of the acting spectrum to make her character believable.There are few things to complain about with 'Vegas,' besides the fact that it's more depressing than not. The dialogue is pretty solid overall, which is important for a film that boasts little action or excitement. As you can imagine, the bulk of the story revolves around the relationship between Ben and Sera, which has its highs and lows during the short time they have together. Both people are in serious need of a friend and are trying to find themselves in their own ways, so their friendship definitely serves a purpose as they both continue their self-destructive behavior. The film uses a brass instrumentation-heavy soundtrack to break up the flow between some of the more dramatic scenes, which helps 'Vegas' retain somewhat light undertones throughout some heavy subject matter.'Leaving Las Vegas' is definitely not a perfect movie, and it's more well remembered for individual acting performances than it is for being a particularly good film. But it is without a doubt an example of some of the better serious dramas of the '90s.
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Eileen O (gb) wrote: Was well done! Considering two complete different actors. But in the film they were actually very similar.