Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me

Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me

Broadway legend Elaine Stritch remains in the spotlight at eighty-seven years old. Join the uncompromising Tony and Emmy Award-winner both on and off stage in this revealing documentary. With interviews from Tina Fey, Nathan Lane, Hal Prince and others, Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me blends rare archival footage and intimate cinema vérité to reach beyond Stritch’s brassy exterior, revealing a multi-dimensional portrait of a complex woman and an inspiring artist.

The uncompromising Tony and Emmy Award-winner is showcased both on and off stage via rare archival footage and intimate cinema vérité. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me torrent reviews

David F (ag) wrote: Looks like my kind of movie...

Logan M (jp) wrote: Excellent visuals, but "Twixt" is too underdeveloped and uninteresting to be even remotely creepy.

Alan P (de) wrote: Eight years after the release of the House on Haunted Hill remake, this little film came to home video. It pretty much is direct-to-video trash, offering a few thrills, but nothing substantial.The best that can be said is that the film has some very wicked scenes of blood and gore, and some rather arousing nude scenes. Unfortunately, the film does drag at spots, and it feels uneven.The film does its best to build on its predecessor, as it uses the same settings, same production design, and going so far as bringing back Jeffrey Combs to play the same bad guy as in the first film. One other valuable aspect is that, as the ghosts kill off all the hapless characters, the film uses some really wicked flashbacks to explore more of the house's violent history.Unfortunately, that's all the good that can be said about it. The film employs some rather dull, lifeless characters who serve as little more than crazy-ghost-fodder. The story doesn't have much of a structure or point at all, and it's especially dumb in the way it explains away the hauntings with a mere demonic statue (which also serves as a rather weak and uninspired McGuffin).The film doesn't look too bad in terms of filming and editing. Acting and writing aren't anything worth praising though. This production has okay-looking sets, props, and costumes, and some rather weak special effects. Music isn't really great either.2.5/5 (Entertainment: Average | Story: Poor | Film: Poor)

Adam R (us) wrote: It is passable entertainment, but failed to win me over as I watch Disney movies expecting something magical and inspiring. Underdog is neither. (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)

Ember D (jp) wrote: Everybody needs to see this.

Lisa Michelle A (ru) wrote: Not as good as i thought it would be. It could have been funnier.

Jeff B (jp) wrote: A "so bad it's funny" horror movie about a soldier that dies in battle and comes back to life killing people that aren't patriotic (or something like that). Not enough killing and when there is killing the deaths aren't memorable. Don't get me wrong, I love a lof of these awful B horror movies, but there are better ones out there than this. I am amazed by some of the actors in this film though, such as Robert Forster, Isaac Hayes, and Timothy Bottoms. I bought this for $6, and there are two commentaries on the DVD, so at least I got something out of it.

Mike C (nl) wrote: A perfect encapsulation of high school in the 1970's. Smart, funny, with an amazing soundtrack, Dazed will have you harking back to your high school days trying to remember the good times and bad that happened. There really is no story, it;'s just high school kids trying to party on the last day of school and it works perfect for this movie. A must see.

Aj V (au) wrote: This seemed like it would be a good movie at first, it's got an interesting plot, good actors, and it starts out good, but it disappoints in the end. Overall, it's just okay.

Jens T (mx) wrote: Martin Ritt's Norma Rae is the amazing story about the alone mother and cotton factory worker, Norma Rae Webster (Sally Field) who organize a worker's union in a small town in North Carolina, after the New York union organizer Reuben Warshowsky (Ron Leibman) came to the town handing out flyers and gave speeches. The condition is poor, with a poor salary and with so health benefits. Something that effects Norma's family in a negative way. Sally Field give us a great performance as the inspiring, but not at all glorifying, arch person, but a perfecly normal woman, who's one of many Americans struggling to make a living, but has no other choice to use their first amendment. Field is simply perfect, she plays it smooth, she's not over doing it, like Julia Roberts did in Erin Brockovich. Field seems very natural, like any other Carolinian woman, and she really earned that Oscar. Thumbs up.

Andy F (gb) wrote: Absolutely majestic thriller with an impeccable cast, dripping atmosphere and a black humour running throughout.

Chris V (br) wrote: good acting, but you feel cheated by the end because the payoff is just not that intelligent. It's more of a "here's a technicality you didn't know of that will change everything!" situation than an actual twist.

(de) wrote: Decent enough, that's it.

Alex F (us) wrote: Bravo for this great B movie!