Classic Albums: U2 - The Joshua Tree

Classic Albums: U2 - The Joshua Tree

This Classic Albums feature on The Joshua Tree is a fantastic look into the production of the legendary album. The new interviews with Bono, the Edge, Adam Clayton, Larry Mullen, Daniel Lanois, Brian Eno, and Flood are very warm and filled with personality and information. The highlights are the conversations with Edge, where he plays guitar along with "With or Without You", discussing his favorite guitar moments on the song, and when he shares the original demo of "Where the Streets Have No Name" produced in his home. Daniel Lanois (producer) shares his favorite instrumental moments, and Bono seems actually humble throughout (an amazing feat, it must have been done in editing).

This Classic Albums feature on The Joshua Tree is a fantastic look into the production of the legendary album. The new interviews with Bono, the Edge, Adam Clayton, Larry Mullen, Daniel Lanois, Brian Eno, and Flood are very warm and filled with personality and information. The highlights are the conversations with Edge, where he plays guitar along with "With or Without You", discussing his favorite guitar moments on the song, and when he shares the original demo of "Where the Streets Have No Name" produced in his home. Daniel Lanois (producer) shares his favorite instrumental moments, and Bono seems actually humble throughout (an amazing feat, it must have been done in editing). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Classic Albums: U2 - The Joshua Tree torrent reviews

Derk D (br) wrote: A thriller to boot and utterly rewarding! Not for the faint of heart!

Tommy M (au) wrote: See it if you like metallica

Mark H (fr) wrote: This is exceptional. Redford's skill shines on film. It is a start about the assassination that few know. And many will thrill at the suspense and excitement.

Jimmy W (kr) wrote: Interesting mockumentary of a slasher movie.

Blair K (au) wrote: this movie gets muddled in its own self importance. ultimately just lost interest in it :/

Tim G (ru) wrote: See the original, made with mostly the same cast, set all in France - much funnier.

Jenna C (de) wrote: Oh so good. I laughed, I cried. The story was amazing.

Eric H (nl) wrote: At some time in our youth, many of us have soberly concluded that these large people in our house cannot be our parents. They are clumsy or brutal, lacking the divine spark we surely possess; and rather than being stolen by gypsies, we were left on their doorstep by some superior beings as a test of our ability to absorb pain and indignity. Lo (Maxime Collin), 12, is nourished by this conviction as he watches his deranged Qubecois brood mismanage their lives. He renames himself Lolo after determining that his mother had actually been impregnated by a Sicilian tomato. This is the first of Lauzon's extravagant fantasies and, like other, odder ones, it is cogently grounded in the solitude that can smother any child- anybody. Lurching from the everyday obscenities of Lo's home life to his rapturous dream life and back again, Lolo takes the elixir of Latin America's magical realism and spikes it with the tartest French-Canadian satire. Our young hero does survive a (hilarious) suicide attempt, but Lauzon, alas, did not live to make another film. He died in a plane crash at 43.

Christopher B (br) wrote: Delightful comedy for those older children who can't yet appreciate a great script.

Colin L (br) wrote: the only slightly worthwhile movie that sports is a fairly major part of.

William W (kr) wrote: An exceptional brink-of-war suspense thriller by Hitchcock, which bookends nicely with his later Lifeboat (as well as the two short films he made in France with actors there: Bon Voyage and Aventure malgache). The short documentary included on the DVD from 2004, Personal History: Foreign Hitchcock, excellently showed that Selznick had rights to the best-seller for years, but that Hitch had the nature of it changed completely to more represent the then-current problems the Nazis were posing England. It also stated the marriage proposal was basically the same actually used by Hitchcock himself when he had proposed to the missus. The acting and set-pieces are wonderful, and the film deserves a lot more recognition in his oeuvre than it currently ascertains.

Kelly J (de) wrote: DNF- Way too predictable. The acting is horrible.

Gabriel C (br) wrote: With bad acting, horrible writing, unimpressive special effects and painfully unfunny humor, Howard the Duck is a shrill, loud and surprisingly mean-spirited comedy that alienates its own audience.