Everything In-Between: The Story of Ellipse

Everything In-Between: The Story of Ellipse

Filmed over three years and compiled from 374 hours of footage, Everything In-Between: The Story Of Ellipse follows one of music's most creative and inventive artists as she brings to life ...

Filmed over three years and compiled from 374 hours of footage, Everything In-Between: The Story Of Ellipse follows one of music's most creative and inventive artists as she brings to life ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Everything In-Between: The Story of Ellipse torrent reviews

Midlands M (de) wrote: Austin Powers/Wayne's World star Mike Myers directs this documentary about showbiz manager to the stars Shep Gordon and his lifetime of high and lows with a variety of musicians, film stars and even TV cooks! Beginning out in LA in the late 60s, Myers explains how Shep fell into his role by carving out a dark satanic career for gothic legend Alice Cooper before heading in the opposite direction to manage Canadian crooner Anne Murray. Alongside the obvious stock footage and a few dramatic reconstructions we get fawning vox pops from friends Michael Douglas and Sylvester Stallone who tells us a few (mild) tales of debauchery but sadly most of it is left to our imaginations. My favourite parts were the latter stages of Shep's career as he helped Teddy Pendergrass face a worldwide audience after a car crash that left him paralysed as well as becoming a father figure to his adoptive family despite having no long-term partner of his own. These emotional beats are still somewhat fluffy and out there somewhere is the real story of depravity and wantonness but you won't find it here in this flattering facade. A gentle, glossy and polished biopic but sadly it is mostly surface stories we get rather than a treatise on the talented talent manager and his no doubt thrilling life. A pleasant and sentimental ride that will have you beaming 6.5/10 Midlands Movies Mike

bill s (jp) wrote: High minded,boring and confusing...and that's the good parts.

Cynthia N (br) wrote: Wonderful. Will make everyone who watches it want to explore their creative side

Chris C (ag) wrote: all day, by myself...

Joyce T (nl) wrote: The story of a good, kind man who ends up with nasty, spiteful liar at the end. It seemed like the story had a glimmer of promise, but seemed to fall apart bit by bit, until the end when you're sick and tired of it all.

Amy S (nl) wrote: watched this morning!!!..its cute!!!

Buffy B (br) wrote: This movie said it all. I loved it!

Lewis H (nl) wrote: Amazing movie! I will never purchase weird things like that. Creepy.

Cassandra M (kr) wrote: European cinema at its best! Producer Paulo Branco has been producing some of the best films and best directors in Europe and this is one of the latest ones. Absolutely amazing, in depicting obsession, incest, dysfunction, love, selfishness, acceptation, pain... It's particularly brilliant how time and space is (not) presented.The ending is terrific and the perfect conclusion to the story. Absolutely superb, a film I think only French could have the audacity to do... I hope European Cinema gets more protection so that we can keep watching these master pieces, otherwise we'll just have to stay dumb watching the main pop corn stream...

Luke B (es) wrote: this movie, is so Terrible, Probably one of the worse movies of all time on my top 10 List, its about her parents take her to Boot camp, its such a terrible movie.

Chrisanne S (ru) wrote: Even McGuire is not as good as she usually is- it's not here, it just a pretty cute but uninspired story. Never really takes off. Gilly and Julia are my favorite characters although everyone really has their moments. The music charming, but not the best score ever written.

Billy S (nl) wrote: This movie is excellent. Great characters, enthralling story. I was pleasantly surprised by this.

Giovanni M (fr) wrote: A beautiful mess of a film, Vanilla Sky warrants a second viewing for true emotional satisfaction.