Metallica: Cunning Stunts

Metallica: Cunning Stunts

Cunning Stunts is a concert video by heavy metal band Metallica released in 1998. It was released in DVD and VHS formats. The title is also a spoonerism of the term Stunning Cunts. The DVD features concert footage, band interviews, a documentary, behind the scenes footage and a photo gallery consisting of approximately 1,000 photos. Three of the performances feature multiple angles. During the performance of the song "Enter Sandman", the entire stage is set to appear to collapse and explode, with pyrotechnics and a technician (referred to in the extras as the "Burning Dude") who runs across the stage while on fire, as another technician swings overhead. This is also one of the only Metallica concerts that didn't feature "Ecstasy of Gold" as a intro.

Cunning Stunts is a concert video by heavy metal band Metallica released in 1998. It was released in DVD and VHS formats. The title is also a spoonerism of the term Stunning Cunts. The DVD features concert footage, band interviews, a documentary, behind the scenes footage and a photo gallery consisting of approximately 1,000 photos. Three of the performances feature multiple angles. During the performance of the song "Enter Sandman", the entire stage is set to appear to collapse and explode, with pyrotechnics and a technician (referred to in the extras as the "Burning Dude") who runs across the stage while on fire, as another technician swings overhead. This is also one of the only Metallica concerts that didn't feature "Ecstasy of Gold" as a intro. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Moya W (us) wrote: I wasn't expecting to enjoy this movie but by the end of it I was already looking forward to a sequel. This is the best comedy I've seen in a long time. It's so genuine and unique and it has a nice message to go with it as well. You shouldn't judge someone by the way they look, they might just be exactly what you need.

John B (jp) wrote: A valuable addition to the canon of documentaries centred on the Afghan war. Here is the sad tale of a man in the wrong place at the wrong time..trying to eek out a living in a war torn environment and ultimately paying a price for it.

Tara R (ru) wrote: Wow . . . did this movie suck.

Scott C (es) wrote: I saw this at a Toronto Film Festival screening with the director and some of the actors in attendance. It was wacky and kind of fun, but also kind of disposable. I'm not the biggest fan of Japanese genre cinema. It tends to be too weird for my tastes.

Katrina L (es) wrote: Oscar 1994 for a foreign movie. Charming.

Robbie M (kr) wrote: A masterpiece of gynophobia.

Whitney B (it) wrote: I've seen so many Jesse James movies. This one was kind of lacking in anything the other films didn't give us. I still think the most recent version of the story is best.

Corey W (jp) wrote: Like the main character's establishment, it's an idea that works a little better on paper than it does when realized, but it's still a lot of fun.

Jon B (gb) wrote: too short and not enough action or explanation.

Marcus W (ca) wrote: Cusack plays a Jewish art dealer who takes a young artist under his wing, by the name of Adolf Hitler. A compelling watch.

Georges D (jp) wrote: Shame the whole movie lacked of intensity, cause Noah Taylor's interpretation is really worth seeing. And the relation between Max and Hitler is just... fascinating.