Follows the plight of real-life dancers as they struggle through auditions for the Broadway revival of "A Chorus Line". Also investigates the history of the show and the creative minds behind the original and current incarnations. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Every Little Step
Follows the plight of real-life dancers as they struggle through auditions for the Broadway revival of "A Chorus Line". Also investigates the history of the show and the creative minds behind the original and current incarnations.
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Scott C (gb) wrote: Heartbreaking true story of a lonely life.
Aaron M (it) wrote: Unlike "The Last Waltz", Scorsese decides to take the straight forward approach to documenting this 2007 performance by the Rolling Stones. While there are small inserts of archival interviews between songs, and a short opening sequence, there is a lot left to be desired to make this a better film. Inserting many of the current interviews that are left as special features may have helped, since the whole thing ends up feeling less like a concert film, and more of a straight forward recorded concert. In that respect, "Shine a Light" is a complete success, beautifully shot and expertly edited. The performance itself is a little rocky, aided greatly by both the guest appearances and a setlist that features songs that rarely if ever see the light of day on stage, but even non-fans should still be able to enjoy themselves. The main problem remains in the fact that there is little outside the performance to take in. I'm more than sure that that was Scorsese's intention, but I'm not so sure that it warranted a theatrical release.
Sam T (fr) wrote: A slightly over-fawning and superficial account of an impressive career trajectory for a small group of artists.
Alexander C (it) wrote: Could be worth a look interesting story there.
Mike T (mx) wrote: Different to his more well known psychological terror output. This is a straight forward horror flick. The F/X are cheesy (it was released in 1990) but effective stop motion creatures. Not his best work but a quirky addition to the catalogue.
Addie A (de) wrote: still one of my favorites!....
Kayla K (jp) wrote: I'm tired of rape and panty shots.Seriously.And I'd declared it earlier while watching The first half of Scorpion Woman (having to leave before she exacts her revenge-woe!).So, during the panty shot in this film, about four of my friends looked at me in unison...I enjoyed the fact that the rapist got his legs cut off.I enjoy Turkey people.I do not enjoy "it was just a dream set ups"I enjoy "...or was it?closing scenes."I was totally thrown for a loop. I totally thought the Turkey was hot for Angel, but he ends up with her sister!
Marco Z (us) wrote: Above most action blockbusters.
Kenny N (mx) wrote: "A Christmas Carol" is an oft told tale. One of my personal favorites, and one that I revisit every holiday season. But it's never been told like this before! Bill Murray, as always, is a twisted comedy genius. Bobcat Goldthwait FINALLY has a major role in a film he can be proud of, and Carol Kane's performance as the Ghost of Christmas Present has got to be seen to be believed. Watch this movie any time of the year. Yule love it!
Collin R (us) wrote: a really good cast does there job however a story with alot missing in it as far as building the bad guy goes really effected me getting into this
Canadabart B (au) wrote: This is a clasic and one that will be hard to duplicate by today's standards. .Gary Cooper and Ingrid Burgman play like, "Live your life, like a candle in the Wind." This is enought to see it over and over again! <3 Bart <