As the creative force behind Electric Light Orchestra and a singularly accomplished singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer, Jeff Lynne is one of rock's most iconic, yet mysterious, figures, a true man of music for whom the recording studio is his greatest instrument. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Mr Blue Sky: The Story of Jeff Lynne & ELO
As the creative force behind Electric Light Orchestra and a singularly accomplished singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer, Jeff Lynne is one of rock's most iconic--yet mysterious--figures.
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Sara C (it) wrote: Not bad a few good laughs
Maksim B (nl) wrote: Refreshingly entertaining, yet much more predictable than the first installment, Think Like a Man Too is an attempt to explore the same very talented cast and to hope that it could have the magic that Think Like a Man had. Slightly less hilarious and failing to develop on the story from the initial story, this movie is a wild and absurd ride in Las Vegas which would bring to you more of what you enjoyed in 2012, but without the originality it had. This time the movie is set in Las Vegas and it shows the couples at a more mature stage of their relationships. Everybody lands in Vegas for the wedding of Michael (Terrance J) and Candace (Regina Hall), but nothing seems to go as it has been plan. Every couple has its issue to resolve and on top of that Michael's mother is turning Candace's preparation for the wedding in to a hell. Then amusing moments begin when everybody tries to solve his problems on his own or with the help of his/her friends. This unleashes a chain of events that is quite predictable but in the end it evokes some good mood smiles.The fact that the movie is funny is, however, not to be attributed to the quality of the screenplay or the jokes. It is all thanks to the extremely talented cast, which manages to literary save the movie. That's where the second biggest issue with this movie us the fact that the jokes have lost part of their sharpness and are limited to strippers and gambling gags. The level of melodrama is higher as well, due to the fact that if the first movie was about flirting and getting together, director Tim Story's sequel is about keeping the relationships solid or alive. This takes a lot of the initial sharpness and sweetness and it is only the wonderful cast that keeps the story entertaining to the very end. Even the awfully lips-synched sequence of the ladies singing in the bar is compensated later by the overall performances. As a whole, Think Like a Man Too is a lesser delivery in comparison with its predecessor, but it still succeeds to entertain and to provide you with the good mood you are searching for when deciding to watch it.
Emanuel P (jp) wrote: A behind the scenes look at special effects and makeup arts in horror movies
charlene k (gb) wrote: i watched this on Netflix it awesome
Guri d (gb) wrote: Increble, hermosa y divertida,
Bristol F (de) wrote: Politically incorrect, but so hilarious.
Miona J (nl) wrote: It felt a little bit long movie and also felt I've seen it before. My eyes did got a little bit teary at the end but perhaps because of the little girl and not the leukemia girl. I think many Japanese movies feel the same but still love them. They make simple everyday life things look so cute or poetic.
LA L (fr) wrote: Nothing spectacular; a so-so action/suspense movie.
rajiv 2 (gb) wrote: this might not be the most epic love story, but this is definitely worth a look, and this film has a very interesting characters in stephane (played well by daniel auteuil) and very beautiful music of course..
Connor G (es) wrote: I really don't see what the big deal about this is.
Akramul i (nl) wrote: This just personifies the word 'overstay'. The average acting and beautiful landscapes just gets so tiring 30 minutes in, and we're not even a quarter of the way through. Even if it was shorted and added a better soundtrack, Robert Redford and Meryl Streep just wouldn't be at their best.The Academy just embarrassed themselves with this... this.. this.
Ryan K (ag) wrote: Classic romantic drama set in Paris in the late 50's, starring Paul Newman and Sidney Poitier as great American jazz musicians whose live become complicated by their meeting and falling in love with two vacationing American women. Shot in glorious black and white with a fantastic soundtrack, and with a supporting role by the great Louis Armstrong. The spontaneous live jam session that happens between all the musicians when Satchmo shows up at their night club, trumpet in hand and players in tow, is fantastic. A well done, enjoyable film of the time, especially if you like jazz.
Matt H (jp) wrote: An OK romcom that totally gets by on Felicity Jones charm. I think she could be a total star if given the chance, she just needs a better male lead and not Ambiguously Asian-looking Young Jude Law Guy. By itself, the movie isn't very good, but again, Felicity Jones has the star power to make it just work.