It's All Gone Pete Tong

It's All Gone Pete Tong

Its All Gone Pete Tong is a comedy following the tragic life of legendary Frankie Wilde. The story takes us through Frankie's life from one of the best DJ's alive, through subsequent battle with a hearing disorder, culminating in his mysterious disappearance from the scene.

A comedy follows the tragic life of legendary Frankie Wilde. The story takes us through Frankie's life from one of the best DJ's alive, through subsequent battle with a hearing disorder, culminating in his mysterious disappearance from the scene. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Victor T (ag) wrote: I liked this movie a LOT. It is basically about 2 people who are beaten down by life discovering their inherent joie de vivre and deciding that to hell with the present circumstances, I CAN change it. And actually going through with it. Plus all those food scenes are fantastic. Although Ritesh said in the commentary that the food was all raw to make it look good for the camera so the actors were actually really acting the part where they seem to be enjoying it! I also loved how auntyji is just a voice from heaven. I need an Aunty like that in my life. Plus I have never been disappointed in an Irrfan Khan movie. He is like Om Puri. Whatever Movie he is in, he makes it a shining character study. What an Actor.

Leighton T (gb) wrote: Drip by drip as Blake revisits his own life, his father's life is dwindling away. It's a journey back for him, to see his life revealed through his father's actions. So easily the film could've gone for the easy Kleenex lines and scenes, but it makes about this father and son and their relationship, though complicated, into something we can all tap into, especially since we all have fathers or father figures. Throughout the film, Blake comes to understand his father as human being and not just his father. There does seem to be that moment growing up where we start to recognize them as more than our everyday heroes, but sometimes it takes years, and even death, to come to terms with each little detail in what makes up our parents: what they did for us, how they loved us, and how they lived their own lives in turn (perfect or imperfect). The two leads, Firth and Broadbent give terrific turns here as father and son, and Matthew Beard, as the young Blake provides a great basis for the adult character. Touching and heartfelt, but honest, and never mawkish in the way it presents itself.

Ingrid v (ca) wrote: A film which is so profound and detached in its subject matter that it leaves a deep imprint on the mind. It is the sardonic humour which gave the survivors the strength to carry on living, This is the essence of the film and its detached view of survival and learning somehow to live and remain living. The scene where the survivors shout their numbers is akin to shouting to the Holocaust that they survived in spite of everything. All students of psychology and philosophy ought to see this film and examine its contents, which are dark and deep and look into the human soul.

Brandon M (ru) wrote: Not gonna lie...one of my favorite movies of all time...

Kevin K (it) wrote: I'll have to rewatch this for a review/re-rating since my memory of a movie I saw a decade ago isn't the best.

Alexander Z (gb) wrote: Lords of Dogtown just feels off. I could not get into this movie at all, despite really trying to focus on it. The whole thing feels like an extended skate video, which would be awesome if it featured real skaters, but this is a movie with actors, and that just doesn't make me want to waste 90 minutes of my time.

Lee G (fr) wrote: Really interesting concept. Imagine living an infinite number of parallel lives, but have the memories and knowledge of all of them. Plus you continue to meet different variations of the same woman. Those are the ingredients to a very interesting film that will hold onto you from beginning to end.

Adam D (kr) wrote: a very good movie Susan Hayward won a best actress one of her better films.

Jams G (it) wrote: hallucinagenic madness. hilarious! penn looks like eminem! 'i brought a bottle of wine, but i drank it.'

Jake P (it) wrote: The Wrestler is Rourke's swan song (at least to date) but this is him at top form in his prime. Eric Robert's performance has the overacting brilliance of a Nic Cage effort (while in his prime). It's an overlooked 80's classic.

Marco E (de) wrote: Seriously bad! Casting for the movie was so far off the radar that I wonder if the cast choices were driven by popularity and box office value rather than talent.