Deadmau5 Live @ Earls Court
This musical release from progressive house producer Deadmau5 captures a live performance by the artist, recorded at Earl's Court. Some of the tracks featured in the concert include Reward ...
- Stars:Joel Zimmerman,
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Keith G (ru) wrote: Not even worth giving stars to this.. I'm curious how they even thought this was worth putting on dvd
Kan T (br) wrote: It is a crap film!!! Boring from the beginning to the end... should have watched this film if I knew it's so crappy ...
One day at a time One Pound at a Time (nl) wrote: This is a sad yet It's also a GREAT INSPIRING FILM!!! This is one of my ALL TIME FAVORITE MOVIES!!!
Scott G (au) wrote: Great movie. The cast is awesome and does a great job with a well written script. The views are wonderful to look at, the story is an uplifting one to hear, and knowing it is based off a true story makes it all the better. It is a love story, a story of personal growth, and a story to show that not everyone who does something bad is a bad person. I highly recommend it.
Ms Amanda J (ru) wrote: This movie failed on so many levels. Some of the victims were plain ugly (the lady with the dog) but Larry Drake ain't no prize either. I felt absolutely zero thrills watching this. Holly Marie Combs is a sensitive young female character, we get it...I couldn't even hear what she was saying at times. And Glenn Quinn is playing "Mark Healy" again. I'm sure other films have tried to rip off bits of this one (Hollywood loves to do that no matter how bad the film is) but there wasn't anything that was worth emulating.
Bill B (jp) wrote: A decidedly low budget affair, this film manages to evoke elements of The Warriors and Carpenter's They Live in what is essentially a pretty basic revenge tale. Gang leader quits the gang, his girl is killed in retaliation by a rival, then he re-enters the gang, biding his time until he can take revenge on everyone.Worth a rental, but be forewarned about the budget, otherwise you may be very disappointed.
Trevor B (es) wrote: Oppressive and Depressing, possibly the least "feel-good" thing ever committed to film. Very low budget, poorly acted by Rick Giovinazzo, infact the only film he ever acted in. He's an orchestrator by skill, did you see Horton Hears a Who? Transformers? Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest? Dawn of the Dead? Spanglish? yeah he was orchestrator for all of those, He's done many, many A list, big budget movies and yet the only film he was ever in was this one.
Gordon B (au) wrote: True to its title Get Crazy is a wonderfully scatterbrained send up of rock music and concert culture. This film deserves to be saved from cinematic obscurity
Hugh J (au) wrote: Oh man...I wanted to like this but aside from the helicopter battle, there was really nothing good in this. First off, the whole sequence where Bond gets captured, has sex with the female villain, has to save himself from crashing inside of a small plane and make it back to Tanaka took all of what, 5 minutes? What the fuck kind of editing is that? The script sucked too. The girl took out her fucking steak knives and then kissed Bond. He gives up all his secrets and they get it on. Next thing you know, they're on a plane, she jumps out and no tension is built cause he lands the plane like 8 seconds after the girl jumps out of the plane. Then there was the fact that they killed the two female leads only to have another random one show up who you expect to be insanely attractive to compensate for the loss of the other two but isn't. The new girl is fine, I guess, but she's not worth losing the first two so quickly. The second girl's death sucked too. Poison on a string. The fuck? Horrible acting during her death as well. Oh yeah, and quite possibly, the worst ninjas ever portrayed on screen. Tanaka goes through all the trouble to show Bond all the training his ninjas go through which include firing fucking rocket guns and then has the nads to say, "they're good at concealment and surprise". Then when the fuckers actually go at Blofeld's base, they get found out and massacred by the machine guns. And as if that wasn't enough, they rappel into the middle of the fucking base. Nice fucking concealment and surprise there. Ninjas, my fucking ass. They should've just called them what they were, cannon fodder. The ending was pure shit but I will give them their one bright, shining moment. When the horrible ninjas first appear on the volcanotop, it's a complete ripoff of the same moment in the Japanese Power Rangers where all the Red Rangers appear at the top of the mountain. That was pretty badass. But then again, you could just watch Power Rangers cause at least their costumes don't suck balls. Fucking Japans...
Al S (ca) wrote: A gritty, atmospheric and brilliantly crafted piece of work. A triumph from Writer, Cormack McCarthy and Director, Tommy Lee Jones. It`s filled with the beautifully written language of its words and superb performances from its two great stars. Samuel L. Jackson and Tommy Lee Jones both give some of the best and most passionate acting of their careers in this film. They have dynamic and brilliant chemistry. This moving, shattering and thought-provoking movie will keep you thinking by yourself long after it`s over. It truly leaves it`s mark on you when it`s at its most gripping moments or even in its darkly funny moments. A groundbreaking and terrifically character drawn movie. It`s truly stunning, powerful and absolutely unforgettable.