Insurgentes

Insurgentes

Insurgentes is the new documentary film about Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree) directed by Lasse Hoile. Porcupine Tree are currently enjoying massive success across the world with their latest album, The Incident. Insurgentes is a musical road movie that follows the making of his solo record of the same name, and is a portrait of an increasingly rare artist who works with music and media out of love and not for fame and fortune, persisting in making art on his own terms in a world where 'throw away' mentality is increasingly becoming the norm.

Insurgentes is the new documentary film about Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree) directed by Lasse Hoile. Porcupine Tree are currently enjoying massive success across the world with their latest album, The Incident. Insurgentes is a musical road movie that follows the making of his solo record of the same name, and is a portrait of an increasingly rare artist who works with music and media out of love and not for fame and fortune, persisting in making art on his own terms in a world where 'throw away' mentality is increasingly becoming the norm. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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hc m (it) wrote: Terrible waste of time. Pretentious and predictable dribble.

Brian V (jp) wrote: Lame conversations between horrible, selfish people I don't care about. The best part is, is they feel sorry for themselves. I realized this is why I avoid reality shows like 'Jersey Shore' or any Kardashian show. I couldn't even finish this movie.

Sourav B (fr) wrote: Has it flaws but good watch.

John R (us) wrote: 130520: So good but why, why are some special effects in horror films so bad? Budget? It's unfortunate. Generally speaking, I enjoyed this film until the final twenty minutes. Close ups, quick camera movements and very loud, sudden bursts of sound all work to put you on the edge of your seat. Fun but, along with my jumpiness, forced me to turn it off and go to bed (my excuse was that my son was sleeping). Perhaps it's just me, perhaps it's the reason the film is so scary, but I found the sound levels flutuate too much. I had to have the volume high to hear the conversations but then it was too loud during those sudden bursts. Too extreme, you hear me, too extreme. I've seen this problem in films before and have always diliked it.Basically, this film features no name actors, which didn't seem to matter much, except when it came to Skye Bartusiak (Fanny). This little girl brought no energy to the film and she looked like she was, well, acting. As for the final twenty mintues, once the action got really rolling the special effects were utilized often and the poor quality stood out. That old CG reality mix. What should've been a great film unfortunately was weakened by simple problems (I can live with Bartusiak). Ok, perhaps FX, financially and in 05, are not a simple problem. I do not regret spending the money though as I spent more time watching the corner, rather than the middle, of the screen.

Eric H (es) wrote: "Mystery of the Batwoman" has complex characters, great animation and an intriguing storyline that delivers action and mystery. I definitely recommend it.

Buggy B (ca) wrote: I really liked this, not without it's faults but a great story and I enjoyed the entire cast, the location, the action scenes and watching (a surprisingly hunky) Russell Crowe struggle with unrequited love for another mans wife. I also liked how the story kept flipping back and forth between 'Alice' and her negotiating ransom demands to free her husband and the hell 'Peter' is going through via a dated timeline after being kidnapped by South American rebels. David Caruso was a surprise here too, actually enjoyed his character. Meg Ryan, keeping fantastic hair throughout plays the wife of an engineer (David Morse) who is working in south America. When he is kidnapped by terrorists, she retains the services of hostage negotiator Terry Thorne (Russell Crowe) and the two (sort of) fall for each other. 03.14.14romantic thriller

Keith C (gb) wrote: Cute little musical.

Paul A (ag) wrote: Its old but it's gold and still wonderful to watch.

Jean D (br) wrote: le meilleur des 6 selon moi, tout y est, parfait de bout en bout, Misumi est un genie, quant a Tomisaburo Wakayama je n'ai pas de mot, quelle stature.

Timothy J (fr) wrote: A really good devil may care swashbuckling adventure.

Benjamin F (gb) wrote: This is the best movie that has come from Alex Kendrick due to a strong focus on character, exciting action scenes, and a beautiful and applicable message for fathers.

Trenton R (ag) wrote: Its ending seems distractingly weak, but Freedom Writers is a well acted, touching and even inspiring film if your willing to overlook the fact that you've seen some of these clichs before.

Russell H (ca) wrote: lots of things going on, some humor. pretty entertaining overall.

Miles H (us) wrote: They just all wanna cuddle! And that daughter kid girl! Legit! Believe It!

Scott H (jp) wrote: Syndey Pollack's Out of Africa is a sweeping period romance, has beautiful scenery and costumes, great cinematography, one of the greatest soundtracks to date, and Meryl Steep, Robert Redford, and Klaus Brandauer are excellent.