Live from Lexington, Kentucky, USA Keith Urban preforms to a packed house with classic hits like Stupid Boy, Days Go By, I Told You So, Shine and many more. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Keith Urban: Love, Pain & the Whole Crazy World Tour
Live from Lexington, Kentucky, USA Keith Urban preforms to a packed house with classic hits like Stupid Boy, Days Go By, I Told You So, Shine and many more.
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Raina S (jp) wrote: one of the WORST movies I have ever seen.
Jaya P (es) wrote: Nice exciting action film with exotique set in Thailand. The role of Sharon Stone as UN's prosecutor is really impressive.
David S (fr) wrote: Es uan movie danesa de terror que se desarrolla igual que las 650 movie sde horror asiaticas tipo ringuwakala, me engaaron con el trailer!
Alan J (mx) wrote: great but .... something wrong with this movie...
David J (kr) wrote: "Beware the stare of Mary Shaw. She had no children only dolls. And if you see her in your dreams. You must never, ever scream." Fortunately for you, "Dead Silence" is so devoid of scares, you're likely to be as silent as the grave.
Erika E (ru) wrote: It is a fantastic movie. Any fan of Gackt and Hyde should see this movie :)
Arion U (es) wrote: I watched Ginger Snaps on YouTube, despite the bad resolution I could enjoy it anyway. Ginger Snaps is for me the 3rd best Werewolf-Movie.The Effects, the Story, the actors worked just fine.I rate this movie for 4 and half starsThis movie is for the horror-fans very recommendable
Aidan H (kr) wrote: Amazing. I just literately everything in this movie.
Owen K (ru) wrote: Pretty standard Action/Thriller. Not a bad way to waste 1.5 hours :)
Tim G (it) wrote: A funny movie with a bunch of great characters. My favorite character was FBI Special Agent Mike Downey (Matthew Modine).
Marischa B (nl) wrote: There are a great many films which are painful in their bland mainstreaminess.And a very few which manage to pull it off, and remain funny to virtually everyone, over a period of several years.This John Cleese vehicle from the mid 1980s manages to fit into the latter category - it is simply such a very well crafted traditional comedy, that it is impossible not to be touched.Here we see Cleese very much in Basil Fawlty mode, as an aspiring head-teacher for whom things just don't run smooth when it really matters.The other classic elements of British Farce are there - major misunderstandings, people getting undresses, well-intentioned old ladies who say the wrong things at the wrong times, and of course Geoffrey Palmer as a straight man.And just a touch of poignant surrealism in the way the final minute leading into the credits is played out, to offset the traditional production values.It's straightforward, and unchallenging, and probably the best film about lateness ever made. High praise indeed, for something so mainstream.
KARLA E (de) wrote: Marlon Brando..yowza!