Keith Jarrett: The Art of Improvisation
A documentary portrait of one of the world's superstars of Jazz, pianist Keith Jarrett, exploring his life and work.
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Tatsuhito K (es) wrote: I like Joe Swanberg movies, but this one really felt that its improvisation style didn't work for the story. Nevertheless, it's well-acted and sincere, but rather forgettable.
Erica S (gb) wrote: ending sucked but it was a decent movie
Mark N (ca) wrote: Awkward and tedious. Generic pirate joke after failed pratfall with nothing new at all to say on the subject of pirates.. indeed it was a cobbled collection of stolen ideas executed in laugh free segments, nothing landed at all and not even a smile raised.The perfect animation was impressive but the pristine models have lost all their charm when not a thumbprint is to be seen in the clay... might as well have been 100% CG. The voice cast was dull with actors taking the place of voice artists, who could have breathed life into these flat, forgettable figures. When the animators even make the characters look like the voice actor (in the vain hope of bringing in the audience for the actor instead of the character) you know your in trouble.Kids will watch with half an eye and adults cringe at the lame attempts at adult jokes hidden in weak japes.
Freeman M (us) wrote: The two or three different stories going on here are moderately interesting on their own, though they never mesh quite well enough crammed into this one piece.
Lefty L (kr) wrote: out all of my life ive only seen a glimpse of this movie it had my stomach cramping i would like to see this movie I have been searching for this movie for years
Eamon J (ca) wrote: bad but i loved the look and model work.
Laura B (es) wrote: Great actors, a little bit of a slow paced script...
Nelson M (us) wrote: John Huston's adaptation of Flannery O'Connor's novel is an incredibly good one at that. With the right amount of southern flair, this film touches the right chords to tell a darkly comic tale. It pulls no punches and digs right into various religious issues and the nature of religion itself. The scenarios range from incredibly dark to quite hilarious and is worth watching not only for it's commentary, in O'Connor's own Catholic way, and the comedy that comes along with it. Wise Blood is an unrecognized classic much like Huston's Night of the Iguana and deserves much more recognition that it is given.
Sandeep S (de) wrote: A good spy drama sans the usual hi tech gadgets and complex plots.....touches upon the moral/ethical values in the espionage business....
Joe W (mx) wrote: Great movie with good special effects, decent acting and a pretty biblically sound message. (Technically, our bodies are supposed to go up and we're transformed on the way up).