Kraftwerk and the Electronic Revolution

Kraftwerk and the Electronic Revolution

Kraftwerk's vision of a keyboard-driven world of clicking metronomic rhythms and digitised sound bites may have been the stuff of avant fantasy in the 1970s (the decade that saw the band's first groundbreaking albums), but it is a reality in the new millennium. Their visionary style is explored in KRAFTWERK AND THE ELECTRONIC REVOLUTION, a study of the group, their career and their emergence as the most influential electronic band in the world.

An in-depth look at the history of the krautrock scene, including the most successful band Kraftwerk. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Reno S (fr) wrote: triple h....u need to act in action flick...not this?

Javier V (us) wrote: Uhm, ehm, ahm...Definitivamente no es lo mejor que hemos visto de Barratier, aunque la msica es hermosa, la cinta deja mucho que desear. La fotografa es bellisima aunque la trama no te lleve a ninguna sorpresa, puesto que cada momento era totalmente predecible con minutos de antelacin. Sin embargo, no creo que sea tan mala como para darle menos de la mitad de estrellas. Quizs el problema de esta cinta es su poca fluidez. Existen pelculas largas que te cautivan y te llevan con una facilidad impresionante que Barratier no logra aqui...2 horas de expectativas sin climax....

Myriane B (au) wrote: One of the best American movie I ever seen! Trs bon thriller psychologique!

Adam R (de) wrote: Jason Lee and Crispin Glover seem like they would make a great comedic pair, so I had hoped for and expected better. Instead the movie missed the mark altogether and is virtually unwatchable. (First and only viewing - In my mid-twenties)

Misty G (fr) wrote: This movie was so flipping sad but soo good.. Alfre Woodard is such a great actress!

Brad P (de) wrote: Seen this years ago don't remember it so might have to give it another watch

David L (us) wrote: Great start and then gets lost

Leonard P (de) wrote: I just re-watched the movie "Caveman" (1981) with Ringo Star after many years of seeing it. The movie is really stupid. There really is not much of a plot. The acting is terrible. The attempt at comedy is childish and stale. I love it. A must see.

Andrew P (ca) wrote: Perhaps it's a lack of budget that's the problem or just a story that isn't as developed as it needed to be, but this sci-fi horror concoction passes with only slight success. As the super computer takes over the house, it's clear fairly early on what its goal is, and the scene in the middle where it puts its plan into action is quite disturbing. But the rest of the film is wasted with Julie Christie exhausted from trying to outsmart said computer. After a while it just makes the viewer exhausted.

Anthony L (gb) wrote: What a strange and varied portfolio of films Martin Campbell has under his belt. I've not always been a fan but good news is, I thought Edge of Darkness was great! Interesting to see him revisiting and remaking his 80's BBC miniseries into a film, a great move (although Green Lantern was an odd follow up decision). Mel Gibson is brilliant in the lead role and Ray Winstone is great in his supporting role. The beginning of the film totally took me by surprise and I was thrilled throughout - I think this film is somewhat overlooked, it is way above average for it's genres, especially of late.

Arianna J (us) wrote: This only gets a lower rating because of the ending. Everything else about it was phenomenal

Ahmed M (br) wrote: An amazing performance by Rooney Mara, displaying her full commitment to the role which is easily noticeable in the movie, on top that, an intriguing story, has made The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo a dark, but yet a work of genius in it's own way. Also I didn't personally like how there was so many things going on, and you were suppose to keep up with it, at times I found things hard to understand not because of how difficult or complex they were, but because of how much information the move was telling in every five minutes. But then again, it is a personal opinion, so some people might have had no problem understanding the large amounts of information. Overall, It may have been great, but the ending feels disappointing, feels as if something is missing.