Shot live on location at the Van Andel Arena in Grad Rapids, Michigan April 27th, 2005; Mötley Crüe’s Carnival of Sins is the live concert DVD of their sold out Red, White & Crüe world wide tour. Featuring their greatest hits" as well as new songs, Carnival of Sins is an unprecedented ALL ACCESS look at the band with behind the scenes footage and bonus material that will blow your mind.. Mötley Crüe delivers the concert that Rock ‘N’ Roll has been waiting for. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Todd S (it) wrote: 1992, small time thugs Thomas and Rosie Uva are tired of knocking over convience stores for peanuts, so one night they come up with an idea, a crazy idea. While scouting locations, Thomas accidentally stumbled upon a mafia owned bar and realized, there's a whole lot of money there and not much protection. For the next year, the duo ripped off the mob without consequence, until they took something that made them both the biggest targets in New York. This is another unbelievably true story, that has been brought to the big screen and the public eye, because of our on-going fascination with organized crime. Mafia movies do so well at the box office, that writers are scrambling to find any story they can turn into a film and it's the audience that has benefited the most. Some people say these movies glorify crime, and maybe they do, but to me, anything Mafia related is just fascinating. Watching these films and hearing these stories, you think how could that have happened? Then you go to Wikipedia and find out it's all true! Rob The Mob is the latest in a bunch of these little known Mafia stories to hit the big screen and it does not disappoint. Who plays a Mafia don better than Andy Garcia? Add to that the intense, Michael Pitt, straight off a successful run in Boardwalk Empire, and you have the makings of a terrific cast. The bottom line, Rob The Mob isn't Goodfellas, but it's a hell of a story, with a cast that's experienced in these types of films. It's pretty much what you'd expect from a Mafia movie, but if your like me, that doesn't matter much, it's the story and personalities that you're really interested in.
Timm S (it) wrote: The True Story That Beggers Belief. I Still Couldn't Help Picturing Firth As Darcy Or George The 5th, So It Didn't Carry Much Weight In That Regard. I Still Found I Empathised With The War-Story Nature, But I've Connected With Other 'True Stories' Of Survival Better.
Mark K (au) wrote: a real thought provoker.
Timothy S (mx) wrote: I'm a firefighter myself and this is a true insight into the fire service and closest to the actual fire service
Tom H (us) wrote: Another hard hitting old school action movie from Lundgren. as usual he is not cheap on the violence.
Lee M (kr) wrote: A stumbling, mumbling mess of a film, which sags under the weight of uninspired, forces gaiety.
Donald E (nl) wrote: Small movie obviously but very well done. Quick, sharp dialogue from two very likable stars. Funny in the old Clark Cable - Carole Lombard vein. Thoroughly enjoyable.
Aaron M (jp) wrote: Far from the quality of the conjuring however theres lots of scares and its a well paced movie. It does seem a little forced however.
Carlos M (mx) wrote: An amusing and sometimes hilarious tribute to low-budget 1970s blaxploitation films, with clumsy zooms, saturated colors and intentional filming errors to create the illusion of belonging to that era - something that Tarantino could have done better in his Death Proof.
David V (us) wrote: Eugenio Mira's film is well directed, it has his tense moments and great performaces, it may be silly at times, and it might have flaws, but this thriller is enjoyable and fun to watch, Elijah Wood's performance was great and John Cusack's voice is threatening, overall this is a damn good thriller, with great performances, with also some flaws and a clichd finale
Ben H (us) wrote: One of the worst edited and written movies I have tried to sit through. High school plays have actors with more chops.