Megadeth celebrate the 20th anniversary of their legendary album Countdown To Extinction by performing the album from beginning to end at the Fox Theater in Pomona, CA on December 7th, 2012... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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susi f (it) wrote: Absolutely amazing movie. The suspense is great. This movie draws you in right off the bat. If you love zombie movies you're going to love this one!
Duncan C (ag) wrote: Tommy Lee Jones quietly adds another impressive film to his directorial resume with this Western that is somehow both traditional, progressive and every so slightly off-beat.
Ben G (us) wrote: A fitting tribute to Ozu. A painfully slow (yet interesting) film about a woman who deals with being pregnant and wanting to keep the baby despite her parents protests. Her relationship with a bookstore worker (Asano) and her endless journeys on trains. Its like watching poetry.
Rosanna Y (br) wrote: no likable characters
Ceph J (us) wrote: The movie ad says it's a "gay satire" but it would only satisfy homophobic conservatives because the main character (Chris) is so narcissistic, egocentric, and selfish. The movie has a fatal flaw. Chris played blandly by John-Michael Lander is buffed and coiffed in a "manufactured" way but is he likable enough to talk to and is he that good in bed to go off on a second date with? Without these detaiils, the audience is left to fill in the blanks and in my perspective, he's simply eye candy, nothing more. There's more gay stereotypes in his BFFs in a relationship, Dave and Larry (Jay Corcoran and Paul Outlaw respectively). Get ready for more stereotyping in Stewart (David Vincent who provides the best acting here) and the lonely pscho John (Jeff Miller). The only scenes that I liked were the satire of the therapist Dr. Diva played by a look-alike Lee Grant (too bad Grant wasn't hired since she would have eaten up the scenery). Not a likable protaganist and not a likable movie but give it a llittle credit for trying. I was interested in this movie since it's based on a stage play and because of all the angst, it is better suited to the stage than film which is unforgiving in stereotypes.
Greg W (br) wrote: "Border Radio," though nearly 25-years old, is surprisingly fresh, still. The music, by notable LA punkers of the time, is done with talent and energy and lends to the hip quotient of the film.
Jens T (it) wrote: Athough ten hours is very indead much of my life, it was absolutly worth it, A great experiance, with hundreds of stories that's tells us how it really was, both from jews and nazist. What I have seen, it hasn't been any feature-movies that can catch the real horror of holocaust, while Schindler's List is just a dance on roses. It would probably been to much, tough that Elem Klimov's Come and See was hell, it was a story that needed to be told, as so is the holocaust.
Ray J (nl) wrote: Neil Simon's play is made brilliantly for the big screen. If you want to see great humor (timing is everything), then you can't miss this nostalgic classic. Mathau is hilarious.
Gennaro C (us) wrote: I watched this movie for the first time during the past Xmas vacation with my Brian. I watched because outside was pouring and I did not have any other choice, but I was so glad that I stayed home to watch it!!
Camilo d (fr) wrote: Es bastante diepersa... claramente la multiplicidad de directores en vez de ayudar afect al resultado. Intrascendente.
Jacob B (es) wrote: Though The House of Magic doesn't measure up to the best animated films out there, its cute protagonist, visually stunning animation and humour as well as its wit are what help at least try to make the film magical.
Derrick M (ag) wrote: A few good ideas and a good enough film