Green Day: Bullet in a Bible

Green Day: Bullet in a Bible

Bullet in a Bible documents one of the two biggest shows that Green Day have performed in their career. They played in front of a crowd of over 130,000 people at the Milton Keynes National Bowl in United Kingdom on June 18–19, 2005. The band was supported by Jimmy Eat World, Taking Back Sunday, and Hard-Fi during their American Idiot world tour. Fourteen of the twenty songs performed at these shows were included on the disc; missing out "Jaded", "Knowledge", "She", "Maria", "Homecoming" and "We Are The Champions". Bullet in a Bible was released as a double-LP set on November 10, 2009, as part of the band's 2009 vinyl re-release campaign.

Green Day profile their "American Idiot" concert at Milton Keynes in London, England in 2005. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Green Day: Bullet in a Bible torrent reviews

Bruce G (us) wrote: I loved Andrew. He was so smart and nice. Anyone who would sit down and talk to him ended up loving him too. No one could resist his charm on either side of the political sphere.

Vince N (ca) wrote: Eye opening, tragic story involving the slaughter of innocence.

Kevin G (jp) wrote: I feel sorry for Michael C Hall, who could probably always be relied on to give a great performance, and really tries to make his character at least kind of interesting, but the story itself fails this movie to begin with. the antagonist, who's name is something Bliss, who cares, has no likable qualities or traits at all. You kind of have to hate him to begin with and throughout the movie. there is no reason at all to feel connected or sympathetic to this character. the script is full of terrible lines and pointless anecdotes. everything is bad about this movie. it tries really hard and fails at every point, down to costume design and editing. Brie Larson definitely shouldn't get her hopes up for an Oscar.

Tristan P (kr) wrote: Highly enjoyable low budget horror flick that's better than much of the Hollywood horror crap you see these days. What a cast, too: Moseley, Shepis and Towles in the same film! I wish I could fing this on DVD...

Ben G (ag) wrote: Way too slow, too long, too complicated, not enough action, the action is not concentrated enough, total lack of aesthetic ambition, lack of originality, good actors though, it's a shame to waste so much talent for such a useless flick. Once more directors and writers and producers should ask themselves: "why are we doing this film" real hard before doing any movie. It's a shame, I really like Craig.

Stevie S (it) wrote: such an underrated movie! I always laugh my ass off.

Gavin C (mx) wrote: Basically a childish and uninteresting flick that only just manages to bring originality into the story.

Abi N (mx) wrote: With fabulous performances from both Daniel Day Lewis and Warnecke, this film illustrates the clash of cultures in a difficult time period.

Daniel A (nl) wrote: I'm not sure what this movie was trying to be...

Shaun B (nl) wrote: Good little film with some topnotch young actors.

Vivien T (ca) wrote: Film (tlfilm?) sympathique et prenant par son histoire mais le jeu des mchants est ridiculement catastrophique.

Iain B (kr) wrote: The problem here is the accents... Why cast Chris Hemsworth and Jessica Chastain and give them Scottish accents? It's not even as if Scotland exists in the mythical land of Snow White. Both accents were terrible frequently drifting into Irish and back again

Shane C (es) wrote: Wasn't keen on watching this movie but my wife put it on anyway. Im so pleased she did! This is a low budget well made film that is well worth a watch. Some scenes are strung out a little too long but stick with it. No spoilers here but the ending is worth the wait.