Set at the Newport jazz festival in 1958, this documentary mixes images of water and the town with performers and audience. The film progresses from day to night and from improvisational ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jazz on a Summer's Day
Set at the Newport jazz festival in 1958, this documentary mixes images of water and the town with performers and audience. The film progresses from day to night and from improvisational ...
You may also like
Jazz on a Summer's Day torrent reviews
Leonardo Malacay S (gb) wrote: Una idea interesante pero le falta ms gracia. Algunas imagenes son realmente guapas.
Tito S (nl) wrote: Very good technically and nothing else...
Jared S (mx) wrote: Comedic dystopian film about a corporation essentially depriving people of their natural emotions... also explosions... and Zach Galifianakis. Very boring, but there's at least something along the lines of creativity and substance to enjoy.
Dennis H (fr) wrote: Although interesting, Jellyfish tried a little too hard. Topics alone don't make a story interesting even with the best camera techniques. I do not feel as though I wasted my time, but I don't think I gained a lot of insight or was terribly entertained.
Nelson S (us) wrote: Una perspectiva en donde se exponen las secuelas psicolgicas de una ideologa ruin y miserable como la que promovieron los nazis
Dylan D (br) wrote: The Little Mermaid II: Return To the Sea pales in every regard compared to its vastly superior predecessor. This film is barely salvageable, even as it takes an interesting idea of Ariel's teenage child wishing to return to the sea in stark contrast to her own teenage desire to live ashore. There's a fascinating dichotomy there and room to analyze, in a Disney easily-digestible manner, of course, ideas on shared and divergent family traits and characteristics, youthful rebellion versus adulthood experience, knowledge versus exploration, and so on and so forth. Sadly, the movie is a vapid shell of what it could have been, content to tell a tired story with no redeeming value, not even in its songs. All around, this is a terrible disappointment of a follow-up to one of Disney's best animated features.
Jennifer H (jp) wrote: Clint Howard can do almost anything. Except for horror.
Doug J (jp) wrote: Among the best worst movies I've ever seen.
Joe W (ca) wrote: Let's just be honest, I have never wanted to see this movie at all. I thought the animations cheap, I thought the storyline is gonna be boring. I never a huge fan of DreamWorks. Because of their style of animation. But let me just tell you this I am dead wrong. By his magnificent scenes magnificent animation and magnificent story I have ever seen. And I always thought that American animation is dead. I've been proven wrong once again by seeing this film. I just want to say this film is beautiful. Vikings theme, with on trusting or not trusting on dragons. Magnificent, I can't say anything else but just magnificent. I am so stupid not talking to myself saying this film but now I did. Funny, Smart, and heartwarming. DreamWorks has a good franchise on its back.. Great movie for all. How to train your dragon is magnificent!! GradeA perfect 10
Thomas B (de) wrote: Grade - C'Mulholland Drive' certainly has interesting aspects, and is supported by some good performances. However, one can't help feel the movie is being pretentious most the time, and ultimately its surrounded by a non-existent narrative.
Dirk v (fr) wrote: One of the best films ever, and a reboot of the political thriller genre of the 1970s!!!
Kattis K (jp) wrote: What a great little flick! quite a wonderful aussie nugget. I found it hilarious and I was on the edge of my seat. Yes it is a 5 star , so glad I stumbled upon it.
Joel M (mx) wrote: 2/10: A below average police drama. Simple storyline, bad direction, brutally slow pacing, and poor execution.
Anthony J (nl) wrote: Whenever I think of 80's horror movies I always think of The Shinning Friday The 13th Nightmare on elm Street and Childs Play. This film is a great example of a silly idea succeeded.