Green Day recorded every show on the 21st Century Breakdown tour. When it concluded, the band members, singer-guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong, bassist Mike Dirnt, and drummer Tre Cool, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Green Day: Awesome As F**K
Green Day recorded every show on the 21st Century Breakdown tour. When it concluded, the band members, singer-guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong, bassist Mike Dirnt, and drummer Tre Cool, ...
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Tim H (br) wrote: slow paced psycholgical spanish thriller. Nice cinematography and eeerie. cool.
Richard D (ag) wrote: This is a film whose star seems to have faded since it's Foreign Language Film Oscar win. In many ways, it's a trite melodrama dressed up as a gritty bit of neorealism. It's pretty good as trite melodramas go, but it's tough to see what the hype was about.
Jose F (kr) wrote: Creepy,edge of your seat,horrifying Belgian thriller...a theme no studio would dare touch..great performances,very effective,will leave you emotionally drained,worth the watch. Goes to the darkest corners of human evil..
Mary M (ca) wrote: Not very suspenseful at all
jay n (it) wrote: Goldie tries something different and misses. Average drama with good intentions but nothing special. If you want to see Goldie in a change of pace watch Deceived instead it's much better.
John S (it) wrote: Zatoichi and the Chess Expert isn't a particularly outstanding episode of the saga but it still definitely feels like a part of it with its intricate subplots, great action scenes, and the charming Shintaro Katsu gracing the screen with his presence.
Andrew M (br) wrote: From the very beginning, Three Kings isn't a typical war film. The first act is almost straight-up comedy, and even as the film progresses into a bit more familiar territory, there remains something oddly jarring within the way David O. Russell tells this story, although perhaps some of that can be chalked up to some strange stylistic choices. An anti-war stance takes precedence here, and is unrelenting in proving that message. The film has no shame in throwing punches at United States foreign policy under the Bush administration and the involvement in Iraq at the end of the Persian Gulf War, and works quite effectively in that regard. The film does manage to blend in effective sequences of wartime action and hard-hitting moments, especially towards the end of the film. The four lead performances here are all top notch, including career-igniting performances from George Clooney and Mark Wahlberg and solid turns from Ice Cube and Spike Jonze (in one of his rare acting appearances).One of O. Russell's earlier films is one of his best. While the ending sags and somewhat fails to live up to the rest of the film, it's a rousing film that's simultaneously entertaining and thoughtful in what it has to say.
james m (jp) wrote: total guilty pleasure here, but seeing Peter Gallagher naked is almost as good as the Greek scenery.