The group's first ever Blu-ray release captures an explosive show from one of the world's greatest recording and touring artists. Filmed with 15 HD cameras, this definitive concert performance presents the band pounding out 12 hard rockin' fan favorites from their multi-million selling albums Silver Side Up, The Long Road, and All the Right Reasons. This title carries a parental advisory. Nickelback go from strength to strength with this live recording taken from their 2006 tour in support of the ALL THE RIGHT REASONS album. LIVE FROM STURGIS isn't just a standard concert film, it's a glorious celebration of the band's music as they wow thousands of fans at South Dakota's Sturgis Bike Week Festival. Among the highlights are renditions of their huge hit singles "How You Remind Me," "Someday," and "Far Away." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Caleb R (ru) wrote: While the stories are fairly standard, I'd argue that this is one of the best executions of found footage to ever come from the horror genre, with dynamic, realistic and non overwhelming cinematography and logical justifications for why the characters would bother to have cameras.
Archer F (gb) wrote: So Much Gayness, I Will Never Listen To JB Sh!t. And Yes, I Said Never!
Thean B (it) wrote: Sometimes love is enough.
Steve S (it) wrote: I actually liked this movie. Interesting story, Windham Beacham is a hottie.. Acting was OK, bit of a twist to keep you interested. Agree with others that with a bigger budget & replace some of the actors it could have been a lot better.
Jim M (fr) wrote: 1876: The Sioux have triumphed at the Battle of the Little Bighorn but the gold in the the Black Hills of the Dakota, land sacred to the Sioux, is a powerful draw and American expansion will continue onto Sioux land leading to the end of the Plains Indian Culture. While Sen. Henry Dawes (Aidan Quinn) formulates a policy of assimilation in Washington, Charles Eastman (Adam Beach) a Sioux educated in Mass, and Elaine Goodale (Anna Paquin) a school teacher work on the Sioux reservation against horrid conditions, and Sitting Bull (August Schellenberg, personal favorite of mine), tries to hold on to his peoples traditional way of life, first by leading his band into Canada, then eeking out an existant on the reserve. The Sioux's struggle will lead to the death of Sitting Bull and the end of Sioux resistance in 1890 at the Wounded Knee Massacre. Ehhhhh...should have been epic but its lacking something, the film seems to have had problem condensing 20 years of history into 2 hours, some characters should have been cut out, or this shoulda been longer (a mini-series perhaps). Acting is good across the board, though Colm Feore (as Gen. William T. Sherman), Fred Thompson (as President Ulysess S. Grant) and Wes Studi (another favorite of mine, playing Wovoka one of the last Indian Prophets and teacher of the Ghost Dance) are waisted. One appreciates the straight talk on history in the film (Sitting Bull claims the Black Hills as sacred land given to them by the Great Spirit, the American Officer responds that the Sioux migrated from the east and slaughtered the previous inhabitants) however Dawes story is short changed. I would have liked to have seen his political battles in Washingotn played out. A Good film but not great. Recommended for history buffs or those interested in the time period.
Naganand Y (mx) wrote: Athadu is my all time favourite movie.
Jonah H (kr) wrote: Great childhood memories
Zoi K (us) wrote: First they came for the weaks... A soul-stirring poetic allegory on totalitarianism, populism and the devastating effects that has on people. The monster that we had to look in the eyes was always there but we ingonored it. When we finally faced it was too late. They had come for us too.
Paul K (ag) wrote: An accurate portrayal of the events of the hijacking. Film splits into two halves; the first on the hijacking of the plane and the removal of the passengers to the airport in Uganda, the second half about the Israelis taking action to recover the hostages.
Jessica J (br) wrote: Love John Wayne!!!!!!!!!
Michael T (us) wrote: Even though Betty Grable had been appearing in movies since 1930, this was the film that rocketed her to stardom; a breezy score ("Down Argentina Way," "Two Dreams Met"), gorgeous Technicolor, and the film debut of Carmen Miranda (who sings "South American Way" and " Mama Yo Quiero") make this Fox musical quite enjoyable. A Nicholas Brothers dance specialty is the icing on the cake.
Jamie C (de) wrote: A low 3 and a half stars but 3 and a half stars non the less, There's virtually no action but it's still gripping and the story is well told, The effects were great 90% of the time, The acting was good by Will and Jaden, Ok it would of been better if it had a better director and they used the alien plot more but still very under rated and should of got a little more praise.
Hannah D (mx) wrote: Nick and Meg are on the face of it a well-heeled couple enjoying a trip to Paris, but I was shocked by their fruity language and sometimes rather vulgar conversations! I'd like to have seen more of Paris, rather than from just interiors, but the script was excellent and I never felt bored once.
Paul D (es) wrote: I was actually really impressed with how good this was. My expectations were so low going into it, that it kind of surprised me. Dylan O'Brien has been great on Teen Wolf for years, so it was a matter of time until someone gave him a franchise to lead. I think he did great in this. Keep in mind that I have NOT read the book, so my review is based on the film alone. It still has a few slow parts though.
David L (jp) wrote: The Pirates! Band of Misfits isn't one of Aardman's best owing to an excessive use of action, some questionable score choices and a disappointing second half, but the film is still such a solid, fun and charming flick with a great adventurous tone to it and such a good humor as well. The characters aren't particularly memorable, but are still so likable and the animation is the standout with some gorgeous imagery and a great attention to detail. It isn't great, but is quite solid and enjoyable nevertheless.