Lady Gaga Presents: The Monster Ball Tour at Madison Square Garden
A live concert performance of Grammy-winning pop sensation Lady Gaga at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
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Valentine H (it) wrote: Sem dvida o melhor filme de temtica gay que eu j vi na minha vida, e um dos meus filmes preferidos, perdendo apenas para o incomparvel Blade Runner.
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Stuart L (de) wrote: Dear or dear or dear. Amateur hour, from the acting to the joking to the script. (Had to use fast forward a bit too)
Russell H (es) wrote: No Christopher Walken, no extra star. Gets an extra half star for a cool ending.
Adam F (de) wrote: "Jack and the Beanstalk - The Real Story" is a pretty smart re-interpretation of the classic fable and despite some shortfalls it works more often than it doesn't. Setting the story in modern times might seem like an odd choice for a "Jack and the Beanstalk Story" but the script cleverly mixes a mystery with the film and the contrast between the corporate world that "Jack" lives in vs. the fantasy world he is forced to confront is pretty clever. It really is a fantasy world that he visits too, with it's own look and mythology, backed with some decent special effects and excellent costumes/puppets. The plot is too long though, at 3hrs +, the last subplot could have been trimmed down or eliminated because it introduces a villain that simply isn't necessary. It's also hard to tell who the film is aimed towards, because the mystery and running time seems like it's for older children and adults, while the source material is for smaller kids but there's no way they'll be able to stand the long running time. The best way to enjoy this is probably in small increments, breaking it into 2 or 3 parts so you don't get restless as you follow the plot. It has some silly bits of humour that don't really work and feels more like a mini series, but this is a good interpretation of the "Jack and the Beanstalk" story that brings something new to the table, meaning you'll be entertained throughout (though you'll probably need at least one or two bathroom breaks). (Dvd, December 18, 2012)
Adrien D (fr) wrote: "_ C'est drolement bien foutu leur combine !_ ...Non, c'est la societe qu'est bien foutue : elle a mis des uniformes aux connards pour qu'on les reconnaisse !"
Leonard D (jp) wrote: Not a great sequel, but Christopher Lloyd is just priceless in this movie!
Linda D (mx) wrote: SUCH potential for a fabulous script. Potential is a terrible thing to waste. But if you want to liven anything up, just watch for the scene at the film's opening... at least until the crunch. If you see only that much, you've pretty much seen the best of the movie. Hell, put that much of it on a loop and you've got some fine after-hours entertainment. Again, just cut the scene before the crunch. That just ruins the whole damned thing.(This could well be the only Flixster review in which I've sided with the critics when there was a wide gap between their rating and the 'users' rating.)
Jason D (br) wrote: This is a philosophical art film in today's style rather than a "deep" film like others of its time (quotes not sarcastic, merely indicating a meme). The soliloquy-like musings are a little on the nose for today's style, but the method as a whole is very modern. In the film Chaplin reminisces on a couple of his old gags from his prime, which are incredibly corny and tame. At the end of the film, he does an excellent routine with Buster Keaton, not knowing if it is any good. While at first I thought, wow those first two were lame, I now think they were intentionally lame, which opens up a new line of thinking on the film. Chaplin's character sees himself as past his prime, but it is a false opinion. He is better now in his old age, making his new material, than he ever was. The supposed quality of his old work was therefore an illusion caused by the gilding effects of time on successful art of the past. This, of course, can be carried over into Chaplin's real milieu, the film industry. Limelight, then, makes an interesting commentary on Chaplin's career and the movie industry as a whole. It is also an uplifting message about aging and self-esteem - you should see yourself as always improving in life.
Jeremiah L (ag) wrote: Hilarious movie with wonderful Andrews Sisters numbers scattered throughout.
Matthew P (kr) wrote: Amazing for it's time with the special effects, acting and screenplay!
Jesper B (fr) wrote: Tom Hanks bsta portrtt r onekligen Forrest Gump. Man fastnar vid frsta gonkastet och den fantastiska resan r ofrglmlig.
Corbin R (it) wrote: The runtime is a bit excessive for a Rom-Com but the characters, plot, and movement ensure the audience will have an enjoyable time and find this movie worthy for a return, especially around vacations or favorite holiday seasons.
Aaron G (br) wrote: Though the end goes completely off the rails and I never quite bought their romance, this is still an engaging story that feels like Stephen King could've written it... oh, wait.