Documentary filmmaker Peter Rosen explores the life and music of Armenian-born Soviet composer Khachaturian, who flourished despite working in politically tumultuous times under Stalin. Featuring historic footage, concert performances and passages from the ballets "Spartacus" and "Gayne," this retrospective sheds welcome light on a musical genius and places his legacy within the broader context of 20th-century Russian music.
A documentary about the life of Soviet Armenian composer Aram Khachaturyan. Among other events, the film covers Khachaturyan's difficulties working as a creative artist during the Stalin era. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Khachaturian torrent reviews
(au) wrote: A fun, wacky space spoof with good performances from Patrick Wilson and Matt Bomer. The visual effects, production design, and music were really great and the screenplay was a clever blend of satire and working as its own thing.
(fr) wrote: So bad and crappily made that it's slightly funny, this film fails to deliver on every level.
(es) wrote: A strange and disturbing horror film in which a group of college students go on a camping trip in Ireland and consume hallucinogenic mushrooms in search of the ultimate high. Unfortunately, one of the heroines ingests a mushroom which causes violent hallucinations and is rumored to induce visions of future events--and foresees the deaths of her friends as one by one they are stalked and murdered by mysterious creatures.But are her visions just hallucinations--or are they reality?
(mx) wrote: I had high hopes for this one. It gets 1 extra star for the title alone.
(fr) wrote: This Indian movie has it all, plot, scenery, action, drama, romance, and awesome dancing... I love how the filmmaker managed to incorporate Bollywood with serious war drama and not make it seem the least bit hokey or contrived... it's a little slow to start, seems like a typical trite family drama but quickly resolves into a life lesson about goals and making decisions.
(kr) wrote: Pretty good, for such a long layoff from the 2nd one.
(it) wrote: How can you not love drag queens?
(ru) wrote: Another favourite on my list of god-awful zombie b-movies. The flying zombie head was pure genius lol.
(au) wrote: A fun road movie with a country music soundtrack and tuberculosis.
(us) wrote: There's something to be said for Stallone's comedic timing. His exhibition match against Thunderlips (Hulk Hogan) is pretty funny. What I was most surprised by though is how well Stallone has developed the Rocky-Adrian love story by the third movie. He's written something believable and the dialogue is memorable not only for its sweetness and humour, but also for the mutual respect between them, even in moments of pushback.
(nl) wrote: Buen debut de Paul Newman en la direccin en un drama de mucha sensibidad . destaca una bella y muy buena actriz Joanne Woodward la esposa de Newman en la vida real.
(au) wrote: Lacks creativity, is quite dull and never gets more than a couple of chuckles. Forgettable.
(nl) wrote: it's cute. I like this holiday movie. yes it's tritr, but still gives a warm feeling and makes me smile watching it
(mx) wrote: If I can stay awake through it.
(de) wrote: Chris Rock writes, direct and stars as Andre Allen who is a struggling comedian balancing the pressures of work, marriage and critics in Top Five. Allen is tired of doing comedic movies and wants to be taken seriously, but nobody is up for that. Allen credits his funny films to being an alcoholic and wants to abandon that part of his life. A New York Times critic (Rosario Dawson) soon follows him around to get the true story behind his addiction, pressures and the big time TV show he will be in about his wedding to his soon fiance (Gabrielle Union). Top Five has some moments and is almost shot in a documentary like style at times, but is overly ambitious as well. The film features several cameos as well, but overall this is an average film.
(ca) wrote: At times it was more entertaining to read the reviews, but it's worth a watch