George Harrison: Living in the Material World

George Harrison: Living in the Material World

Director Martin Scorsese profiles former Beatle George Harrison in this reverent portrait that mixes interviews and archival footage, featuring commentary from the likes of Paul McCartney, Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr and Yoko Ono.

Inter-cut with archive material, friends, family and associates of the musician tell the story of his life and how spirituality became such a major part of it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Clark H (au) wrote: Some very awkwardly funny scenes. Would have liked to see more, it was quite slow with the story but those reactions!!! ??

Dan K (br) wrote: A great biography. Didn't know who the father of punk funk.

Rob L (ca) wrote: An interesting piece of American history

Johnny G (mx) wrote: they know how to make em in brazil. nice crime thriller.

Michiel S (nl) wrote: In afrikaans we say- 'n groot klomp kak!!!

Sebastian M (br) wrote: It's much of a guilty pleasure watching this, having watched Napoleon Dynamite, I didn't expect anything less silly, and it met expectations, though it may not be hilarious, I adore the witty stupidity of the characters

Louisa M (fr) wrote: a good film for a lazy sunday. i kept thinking that we would follow him back to school and i wasnt looking forward to that so was pleasantly surprised when it ended at 68 minutes or whatever it was.

Benjamin G (au) wrote: Eurpean thrillers (the good ones that is) have something for themselves: they live a unique taste in the mouth at the end when the light comes back. This one is no exception. It is incredibly suspenseful mostly because each character is so well constructed. Then the setting in 1970s/80s Spain makes it somewhat exotic? I loved it, it is everything Munich wanted to be and even more.

Jon H (jp) wrote: A film I'd like to see based on the people behind the camera, as opposed to the people in front of it.

Beet R (es) wrote: Some highly engaging cinema blends with my uncomfortable 'first date' feelings. Refreshing in that it doesn't seem to care for greasing up the show to thunder through the box office (as did The Matrix). There's an honest 'just so' ness about it. Ultimately the storyline is tactfully goaded on over the awkwardness and I leave feeling inspired and renewed. It's impressive to see such variety of influences blended together without sacrificing their distinctiveness. Still the most accessible exposition of the life of the Buddha.

Brad P (br) wrote: 4.5/5 - a masterpiece imo

Tony F (kr) wrote: This movie is CLASSIC. David Johansen as 'Looney' is hilarious. Robby Coltrane (Hagred from Harry Potter) as the ticket broker is awesome as well. Richard Dreyfuss has an obscure knack for comedy. This is a must see!

Eep (gb) wrote: Crappy production value but the message is clear: nuclear war is devastating. See "The Day After" (1983) for a United States perspective.

Everett W (us) wrote: This film will always be known as an Italian Alien rip off however there are times this film is more fun than Alien even if far less accomplished. Ian McCulloch would have made a great B Movie James Bond in this era too, need proof? Watch this !

Cathy C (ru) wrote: This Disney classic shot in a spectacularly hand animated widescreen (2.55:1 to be exact) has got a lot of story,music,and romance that will make you joyous all the way. Review by Logan Cornn.

Chad D (au) wrote: Talky and boring, Alexander robs its talented cast of any chance to shine using a poor screenplay and an awful direction from the usually talented Oliver Stone. Using a rotten screenplay and even worse cinematography, Alexander is a film that should have been good but failed to reach its own expectations (it truly needed some rewrites).

Alex H (us) wrote: Cashing in on (and blatantly ripping off) the mega-successful Jurassic Park, Roland Emmerich's film is an insulting transmogrification of the original Godzilla parable into one of history's least engaging disaster films.

Richard B (de) wrote: Down the PanSBC's latest gross out film is truly awful. Not that it isn't funny at times, but it is the lowest in pure comedy and the highest in cringe worthy moments. In fact they are too numerous to mention in a review.SBC rips Brexit Britain to shreds, his contempt for the flabby, tasteless North of England knows no bounds. The idiotic plot unites two stereotypes, the cool British spy with its opposite, the crude lager lout in a loopy tale of espionage. I pity the excellent Mark Strong, who must have been fighting off the dry heaves throughout. The script is just beyond awful and SBC gives his worst ever performance.Very missable.

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