Jesus Christ Superstar - Live Arena Tour

Jesus Christ Superstar - Live Arena Tour

Celebrating 40 years since it first opened in London’s West End, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new production of Jesus Christ Superstar, directed by Laurence Connor, promises to be the rock event of 2012. The star-studded line-up includes award-winning musical comedian Tim Minchin for the role of Judas Iscariot. Three million album selling pop icon and former Spice Girl Melanie C will take the only female lead as Mary Magdalene. Former BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show host Chris Moyles will make his major stage debut as King Herod and Winner of the ITV primetime show Superstar Ben Forster in the title role of Jesus in the 21st century Rock Musical re-invention of Jesus Christ Superstar.

Celebrating 40 years since it first opened in London's West End, Andrew Lloyd Webber's new production of Jesus Christ Superstar. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Jesus Christ Superstar - Live Arena Tour torrent reviews

Lance C (fr) wrote: A breath of fresh air into the state of what video games have become and one that didn't waste too much time on mindless debates that sometimes surround the medium.

Duncan F (de) wrote: Utter tosh, avoid at all costs

Trista T (us) wrote: very wierd and hard to grasp

Lonnie H (au) wrote: i was very excited to see this film because of the presence of Sunil Shetty, Anupam Kher and of course my man Shahid Kapur. after watching the film I was extremely impressed not only with the acting of the leading men but also of Kareena Kapoor. her portrayal of a mute was impressive and i have new-found respect for her acting ability. also, the film was a blast with a great soundtrack. makes you wanna dance, baby!

Lola C (jp) wrote: Stephen King is on drugs.....I'm just saying

Mike D (ru) wrote: The dark romance drama 'Leaving Las Vegas' earned a lot of buzz back in 1995. The Mike Figgis-directed film nabbed four Academy Award nominations, including a best actor in a leading role win for Nicolas Cage. On the surface, 'Vegas' is about an out-of-work alcoholic who tries to find himself by drinking himself to death in the city of sin. Shortly after arriving, Ben Sanderson (Cage) crosses paths with a young, unhappy hooker named Sera (Elisabeth Shue), and the two become inseparable. This performance really was Shue's breakout role, as she was able to reach across all aspects of the acting spectrum to make her character believable.There are few things to complain about with 'Vegas,' besides the fact that it's more depressing than not. The dialogue is pretty solid overall, which is important for a film that boasts little action or excitement. As you can imagine, the bulk of the story revolves around the relationship between Ben and Sera, which has its highs and lows during the short time they have together. Both people are in serious need of a friend and are trying to find themselves in their own ways, so their friendship definitely serves a purpose as they both continue their self-destructive behavior. The film uses a brass instrumentation-heavy soundtrack to break up the flow between some of the more dramatic scenes, which helps 'Vegas' retain somewhat light undertones throughout some heavy subject matter.'Leaving Las Vegas' is definitely not a perfect movie, and it's more well remembered for individual acting performances than it is for being a particularly good film. But it is without a doubt an example of some of the better serious dramas of the '90s.

Bradley K (ca) wrote: An odd neo-noir that succeeds when it exploits the strong Jungian undertones but mostly plods and struggles to find an identifiable character.

Timothy S (ag) wrote: Good stuff, lots of laughs

Christopher B (ca) wrote: One of Bogey's better films; possibly because of Brennan and Bacall. She can whistle for me anytime.

Matthew J (fr) wrote: FIRST STORY - Clever, funny and interesting this is easily the best of the film. (90 %)SECOND STORY - Enjoyable and interesting but nowhere as near as good as the first one. (70 %)THIRD STORY - I found this horror story completely without scares. This is the worst of the series. (50 %)

Rafael L (jp) wrote: Excellent soundtrack, good performances, poor character development.

C b (ru) wrote: Jeremy Renner has shot to stardom by inking himself to an array of successful franchises from, Mission Impossible to the Avengers. The Bourne series is yet another feather in his fluttering hat. Renner plays an operative who is supposed to be terminated along with the others as a result of the whole Jason Bourne fiasco. Renner however doesn't abide and with the help of Rachel Weisz, a doctor, he sets off on a personal mission to obtain the drugs to prevent a critical withdrawal. With a heavyweight cast, which includes Ed Norton, Scott Glenn and Stacy Keach, The Bourne Legacy is equipped with all the tools it needs to add to the high octane Bourne Legacy, no pun intended. The story unwinds parallel to the Jason Bourne saga, which is clever and enjoyable for hardcore Bourne fans. There are the expected jaw dropping stunts, fights and chases to satisfy the action junkie in all of us. The story is also more of a stand-alone rather than an open-ended one meaning it's nicely tied up in a ribbon for viewers without the expectation for a sequel. Renner plays his role well but somewhat pales in comparison to Matt Damon and while director, Tony Gilroy certainly does justice to the franchise, The Bourne Legacy is more of a deserving sidekick to the original trilogy. Action and Bourne fans alike should enjoy Legacy provided they don't go in expecting Jason Bourne.