Live from New York: The First 5 Years of Saturday Night Live
A retrospective of the first 5 years of Saturday Night Live.
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Live from New York: The First 5 Years of Saturday Night Live torrent reviews
WS W (au) wrote: Poor directing & writing. Kinda annoying in execution. Hollow, thus overlong.
David F (kr) wrote: This movie really draws you in with a mystery then yields all kinds of social and psychological insights about honesty, humanity, group dynamics, trustworthiness, and integrity. It's a also a funny film with some allegorical overtones reminiscent of the films of Luis Bunuel.
Peter L (nl) wrote: My Rating: 3.5/5 stars; Grade: B; Gesture: One Thumb Up; Status: Somewhat Good (Fresh); Emoticon: :-}.
Keith M (fr) wrote: a slow paced film but the different characters keep you watching. an obvious story line btu nicely told and the cast do a pretty decent role with their characters.
Julie G (nl) wrote: Hey oui! J'ai pleurer... lol
Jennifer M (br) wrote: OMG this was horrible!
Owen D (ca) wrote: One of the greatest, yet simultaneously fairly underrated as well as visually-stunning, humorous, wild. authentic, most intense, & violent cult films ever made & put to celluloid period.
Stephen C (es) wrote: I really really wanted to enjoy this film but something at its core left me cold . Modine and Cage are good as childhood friends scarred both mentally and pysically by the Vietnam war ,telling in flashback as it does their story of life in Philly and beyond The film looks good and Peter Gabriels soundtrack is stunning but you get the feeling all the bird imagery is used to cover a weak story and boost the running time . I felt Alan Parker could have given us more combat trauma rather than endless bird birds and more birds. Glad i watched it but feel it could have been soo much more
Zoran S (ag) wrote: It's not great since it aims mostly for heavy-handed obviousness and has a mawkish ending. Still, it's entertaining enough and moves along quickly.
Erin V (ag) wrote: Decent movie... funny at times. Not too slapstick... more situational humor and some people can relate very well, I'm sure!