Mr. Rock 'n' Roll: The Alan Freed Story

Mr. Rock 'n' Roll: The Alan Freed Story

This is the story of Alan Freed. He was working as a DJ in Cleveland, Ohio, and he discovered how amazing R&B or Rhytym & Blues is, however, the music is considered to be "BLACK" music. So,...

This is the story of Alan Freed. He was working as a DJ in Cleveland, Ohio, and he discovered how amazing R&B or Rhytym & Blues is, however, the music is considered to be "BLACK" music. So,... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mr. Rock 'n' Roll: The Alan Freed Story torrent reviews

Jason T (ca) wrote: Is this the best John Cusack can get? It screams direct to DVD with bad editing, acting, and script. Boring chance scenes.

Sarah B (it) wrote: Poor acting, poor special effects, poor story line. An embarrassment to all involved.

Gabriel G (fr) wrote: It is great to see how homosexual relations are having a normal presence in the world cinema so that "Brokeback Mountain" was not a rare exception. It is interesting to discover daily problems and delights of a lesbian couple in modern Japan, with two different parents who represent the two ideological poles of the country: the serious and strict neoconservative lawyer, versus the progressive (and also gay) intellectual.

Iskandar A (ca) wrote: An odd but worthy visual experience even if it is very exhausting..

Tammy R (es) wrote: Very Predictable. Lacking reality. For a person too kill off a person then assume their identity (even paying off some taxes) without anyone noticing is laughable. They also do not bury a body unless identifying the person threw records. Sort of the crap movie you have seen many times and wish you have not wasted your time.

Julie A (br) wrote: This film (to me) is one of the best adaptations of the Charles Dickens classic I had ever seen; of course the version from 1951 starring Alastair Sims is a version my family loves (and I loved too - both versions are excellent). I was shocked and surprised by the negativity I had heard on the web (as I said many,many times); I had watched this version and quite frankly I found it AWESOME! This animated adaptation retains the essence of the timeless tale while introducing some interpretations. A celebrity cast provides voice for the roles of Scrooge (Simon Callow), Marley (Nicolas Cage) and Belle (Titanc's Kate Winslet), yet the beauty of the film flows from its artistic usage of CGI technology, such as the "painted" scenery in the flying scene with Scrooge and The Ghost of Christmas Present (Harry Potter's Michael Gambon). Of course Belle plays a BIG role in this version. We would see them as kids (her and Ebenezer), and she was also friends with Ebenezer's beloved sister Fan; and we also heard that her (Belle's) dad worked as coachman, and both father and daughter lived in the coach-house. And now years later, after their heated break-up, and working at the Alms Hospital for the Poor, she never forgot about him (Ebbie); and after Dr. Lambert was send to debtor's prison, she wrote a letter for help and took it Ebenezer's firm office, and HOPING he would remember her and wouldn't forsake her again and come to help (if he gets the letter). I don't favorite a scene, because I love the WHOLE film, and I would like to say that the voice-casting for the film is top-notch.

Kyle B (us) wrote: A truly original and unique movie with charming and delightful performances galore in this terrific ensemble including Tobey Magurie, Reese Witherspoon, Joan Allen, William H. Macy, Paul Walker, and Jeff Daniels. The art direction and cinematography are gorgeous in this movie as well as the sweeping score and great costumes and hair design. Gary Ross has a great sense of imagination and I wish he made some more movies like this in his post Hunger Games career revamping his career. This is a pure delight to watch

Justin W (kr) wrote: a step up from the third movie, but still not as good as one or two, this one revolves around booger's wedding. there's a few laughs to be had here...but still nowhere near the brilliance of the first film.

Robin P (mx) wrote: Saw this on TV today..pretty good creepy murder mystery.

Elvia C (es) wrote: Aqu les dejo esta parbola en pelcula. El cambio en una vida, y de la necesidad de compartir.

Dan M (it) wrote: I vaguely remember these movies as a kid but there is a nice nostalgia factor going on here. Plus it's short, so no draggin' and the cheesiness is pretty amusing. I'd love to see this riffed by those Mystery Science guys.

Brenda S (nl) wrote: An alright movie--probably closer to the book than the first movie was. A nice tale of a boy's love for his horse and what he's willing to do to get him back. Unassuming and harmless, great for kids.

Uros T (au) wrote: Disturbing black comedy about a family that lives just outside of Rome and is desperate for money that only one person in their family has (there are about 35 of them in same house). Great style and the kind of movie that will make you laugh your ass off or cry at the same moment. Brilliant.

Stephanie S (ru) wrote: Powerful. The ending was unsatisfying, but in an almost realistic sort of way. I would have enjoyed more character development, and the white people in the movie were pretty shallow and one-dimensional, but for a one-hour movie this is understandable.

Wayne N (kr) wrote: In the best tradition of British creepy horror, excellent!