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Eddie Izzard: Live at Madison Square Garden
EDDIE IZZARD: Live at Madison Square Garden is the live recording of Eddie Izzard's sold out show at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
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Roy Z (jp) wrote: Considering the scope and subject matter of this series, i don't know if you can do a better than Ric Burns did with this. It does take you through almost 400 years of American History, so even though a seven part, 19hour series may seem lengthy, with some subjects you don't feel like you are getting enough in-depth information, and at times it leaves you wanting more... but, that is what books are for.
Brendan P (jp) wrote: Okay, I'm a Lance Henriksen fan, but even he doesn't save this movie. They give him nothing to do. I wish he'd get better toles in better movies. He's quite talented yet he mainly does movies like this. A real shame.
Janita S (ca) wrote: I love this movie!!! It has a great moral, and the actors are amazing!
Brandi W (br) wrote: Ok, not the greatest ending. But the scene with Jon near the end was amazing, he was perfect.
Zach L (br) wrote: nothing so special on this movie as well geos slowly
Spartacus E (mx) wrote: Newman + Hanson brothers = hat trick of fun
Jim H (de) wrote: World War II vet Billy Pilgrim time-jumps throughout his life on Earth and on Tralfamadore.In the list of unfilmable books I thought that Kurt Vonnegut's most famous novel would rank high on the list next to Naked Lunch, but George Roy Hill's adaptation of Slaughterhouse-Five diverges from the book just enough to make it a viable film and stays true enough to the novel that it still retains the plot and spirit of the original. The overall philosophy - that "life is just a collection of moments, and the trick is to remember the good and ignore the bad" - emerges both as a line of dialogue and a lesson demonstrated by the narrative structure of the film without seeming didactic. Michael Sacks's performance is exemplary, playing Billy with a naivete and innocence that is both charming and endearing. Sacks captures the origin of Billy's milquetoast nature as it emerges from a wisdom borne of timelessness. One of my friends argued that Slaughterhouse-Five is a patriarchal, misogynist book, and I disagreed because the female characters have an inner life that Vonnegut doesn't downplay. Unfortunately the film didn't keep this aspect of Vonnegut's narration, and Valencia and Montana emerge respectively as a crazy, superficial nut-job and an over-willing sexual partner.Overall, Hill's film is a fine testament to one of the great American novels.
Orlok W (nl) wrote: The pre-classic pioneer of werewolf movies--An almost forgotten gem!!