Disney's Newsies the Broadway Musical
Filmed live on stage at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood, CA, this not-to-be-missed high energy show stars Original Broadway cast members Jeremy Jordan as "Jack Kelly," Kara Lindsay as "Katherine," Ben Fankhauser as "Davey" and Andrew Keenan-Bolger as "Crutchie".
Filmed live on stage at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood| CA| this not-to-be-missed high energy show stars Original Broadway cast members Jeremy Jordan as "Jack
Kelly|" Kara Lindsay as "Katherine|" Ben Fankhauser as "Davey" and Andrew Keenan-Bolger as "Crutchie". They're joined by North American Tour stars Steve Blanchard as
"Joseph Pulitzer|" and Aisha de Haas as "Medda Larkin|" and Ethan Steiner as "Les" along with members of both the Broadway and North American Tour ensembles| filling
the stage with more "newsies" and more dancing than ever before. Set in New York City at the turn of the century and based on a true story| Newsies is the rousing
tale of Jack Kelly| a charismatic newsboy and leader of a ragged band of teenaged 'newsies|' who dreams only of a better life far from the hardship of the streets.
But when publishing titans Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst raise distribution prices at the newsboys' expense| Jack finds a cause to fight for and
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Disney's Newsies the Broadway Musical torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: sarcastic vision of a materialistic 80's based future in wich people have lost meaning
(br) wrote: It's a lot like what I'd imagine the first draft of an aspiring writer's screenplay always looks like - quirky, clever and ambitious, also arrogant, pretentious, silly and thematically lost up in the clouds to the point where simple MapQuest re-writes won't help it find its way back down. This movie's got the stuff, kids, but clearly no one knew what the hell to do with it.
(ca) wrote: If I could give this no stars I would
(ca) wrote: Average movie but the feeling I got was animal tenderness and documentary style!
(ru) wrote: Garden Party has the feel of a made-for-TV look at life in Los Angeles. The actors and actresses that we've grown accustomed to seeing in the passenger seat are given semi-leading roles. Vinessa Shaw is sexy and sultry, allowing for the possibly the only stand out performance of the film, though Willa Holland of The O.C. fame stands her ground comfortably.
(it) wrote: Bon acteurs et humour en decalage. Film depressif qui donne sourrir et larmes aux yeux en meme temps. Emouvant; impression que souligne le magnifique noir et blanc. Film a scetch, genre Jarmush, a vitesse et qualite aleatoire. Un bon film francais qui sort de l ordinaire.
(gb) wrote: Decousu, mal filme, vraiment tres ordinaire
(ca) wrote: Not the best movie ever but was ok.
(au) wrote: [i][b]Rhinoceros Eyes[/b][/i] >> Only four people I know have seen the movie, let only heard of it. And that's because I let them borrow my DVD. I watched this film last winter or spring not really knowing what to expect since I never saw a trailer. [i]Rhino Eyes[/i] is odd, intriguing, quirky, and intelligent. [i]Recommended for avid indie fans.[/i] [i][b]Time [/b][/i]>> Twisted, taut psychological drama/suspense film about self identity and superficiality. [i]Recommended for people who like odd foreign films.[/i] [i][b]First Snow[/b][/i] >> Good acting can't save this film. A psychic tells the main character that he is doomed. Seems familiar. [i]Somewhat recommended. I mean it does have Guy Pearce.[/i] [b][i]The Namesake[/i][/b] >> Interesting, enlightening drama. Well written story. [i]Recommended for indie or drama fans.[/i] [b][i]Futurama: Bender's Big Score[/i][/b] >> Lives up to the hilarious animated series. Full of self-referential material. [i]Recommended for Futurama fans for sure.[/i]
(it) wrote: "What Happened Was..." is perhaps one of the very best independent films I have ever seen. It's poignant, insightful, sweet, funny, and reminds us of how awkward getting to know someone at first truly is. Tom Noonan is an actor whose work as a director was unknown to me before this film, and here he exceeds in both categories. "What Happened Was..." ends more dramatically than I would have preferred, but it is a worthwhile and satisfying experience nonetheless. If dialogue-driven films are your thing, this one comes highly recommended.
(jp) wrote: Hahaha. Too much to comment on. I love that Paul McCartney was in this also.
(gb) wrote: The director obviously had a huge amount of problems directing action, let alone his inexplicably intense lead. Set movements are flaccid and incomprehensible. The serious nature of the ending, detached from the unbelievable tone of the film, is also bizarre. This is perhaps not the best way to showcase drugs are bad, especially when so many threads are left unbound and your lead is as scary as anyone in the film. In fact not even addressing the main villains fate does seem a slight oversight.The highlight remains the mutant on the dancefloor with disco as his weakness.
(nl) wrote: The story takes place in the futuristic world where Toby voiced by Freddie Highmore is the best student and the clever son of Dr.Tenma voiced by Nicolas Cage. When Toby dies in an explosion from a red core powered robot, his dad creates an exact robot replica using Toby's DNA and a blue core that will grant him such abilities. When he finds out that President Stone voiced by Donald Sutherland is after the blue core due to its amazing powers, Stone and his army chase Toby out of Metro City and into an underworld where robots are dumped and trashed. He also gets to learn human feelings and emotions from a small group of human beings especially from a girl named Cora voiced by Kristen Bell. As Toby, now known as Astro Boy is taken back to Metro City in order for the core to be handed back, his dad makes another plan however and places the core back into his son, letting him save the day as President Stone recruits his robot with the red core. I'm not going to trust anyone and believe that Astro Boy is a terrible kids' film when it's not. This movie is a good movie. It tackles the cliches you would see in a typical children's film very well and creates new storylines with it instead of making the characters cardboard cut outs. Astro Boy gets a solid 8/10.
(es) wrote: this movie is outrageously horrible