MAKE IT FUNKY! tells the story of New Orleans through words, sound and picture in this extraordinary documentary featuring the best of New Orleans' musicians, plus special guests Ahmet Ertegun, Bonnie Raitt, and Keith Richards. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Make It Funky! torrent reviews
David F (fr) wrote: I bought this movie because of the blurb on the back of the cover. However, it turns out that this blurb was for some other movie. (Damn Cambodian pirates!)However, I was pleasantly surprised. It has the feel and cinematic charm of Easy Rider, but with a more definite plot. There's some violence, redemption, unexpected cinematography (even for the actors - check out the lightning bolt that surprised the lead character) and a host of characters that drift in and out. Unfortunately, the ending is all too predictable, but it is made up for by the unfolding of the story and its back-plot.
Aravind V (ag) wrote: This rate is for surya acting, dialog and screenplay.
Anthony M (it) wrote: Tension palpable autour des intentions (bonne ou mauvaises?) d'un pre dsempar la recherche de sa prtendue fille disparue.
Bruno R (jp) wrote: Despite the critics is a masterpiece. A Powerful, deep and acid tragicomedy.
Gregory W (ca) wrote: fractured and disjointed
Sam O (nl) wrote: Based on true events, this is a brilliant film and I love the fact Robin Williams improvised his lines when he was doing the radio scenes
oliver m (fr) wrote: amazin lil' movie. funny - touching - wit! With fantastic performances from Toni Collette, Thomas Haden Church :-) and Oliver Platt. Get it!
Cedar D (mx) wrote: Despite the decent performances by a select few (Namely Anika Rose, Wood Harris, and LaTanya Richardson), this movie did it's best to keep shooting itself in the foot whenever it could. To the film's credit, the costumes and some of the scenery sets that distinct 1950's atmosphere. However, as a native of Birmingham I was expecting a little more of my beloved city than what I saw in the movie. But, I was willing to put that little nuance behind me. What I couldn't forgive were the moments that were suppose to be emotional, moving, tearjerking, moment of silence for our fallen heroes moments; terrible. It's a good idea to take a subject like the Great Civil Right's Movement and make it somewhat upbeat so it doesn't completely disconnect to the young adult audience of today. However, when you want to convey the seriousness of a situation you cannot be Happy-go-lucky. I apologize for spoiling this film for a few people but there are 2 distinct points of the movie which I will touch upon. 1) When the Watson children are talking to their cousins about the march for freedom in the school's the music is way off in terms of conveying the hurt, pain and torture that my people went through. 2) The scene where Kenny is looking for his sister, to be honest Bryce (Kenny) didn't look like he received any instruction whatsoever in trying to convey the fear or terror that the real Kenny Watson had at that point. And they botch the scene up more by having Kenny's mythical fear of a Whirpool (whatever that was suppose to be) pop out of nowhere and completely tear the audience from any feeling that we were suppose to have for him.Though this film has it's bright spots the bad far outweighs the good. It's not a complete waste of time. But I won't be watching it again anytime soon.