No Distance Left to Run is a documentary film about the British rock band Blur, released in cinemas on 19 January 2010. Following the band during their 2009 reunion and tour, the film also includes unseen archive footage and interviews. It was released on DVD on 15 February 2010 region free and the recording of the 2009 Hyde Park concert is included on a second disc. It aired on BBC2 on 14 March 2010. It is the band's second documentary video, following Starshaped seventeen years before in 1993. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Talitha B (br) wrote: If you thought Sound of Thunder was a bad movie, try this one. It's amazing I watched it for more than 20 minutes!
Mat S (fr) wrote: I have no place to review this one since I shut this movie off 25 minutes into it...
Chris K (ag) wrote: So it's interesting what this movie does (interesting like a train wreck). The idea was to take 9/11 and say, hey, terrible things have been done (allegedly) in the name of religious extremism before, and in September too -- isn't that interesting? That was the idea. What they ended up doing was defaming a religion and fomenting hatred and intolerance of it, leaving us with the message that only vanilla Protestantism can be the One True Faith. Good Lord! That's so much better than what the people you're trying to vilify (allegedly) did!
Floyd C (gb) wrote: Only okay, the acting was horrible from most of the cast, though Nora Zehetner did a decent job for the most part. The editing was bad andthat took a lot away from the film, the way they flashed pictures to try and give clues was a bad idea. The need to show everything to the audience at the end because nothing has made sense thus far in the movie is always a bad sign. I will say that the burn victim monster was gross and it provided a creepy image that stuck with me awhile after the film was over. If you catch it on tv, I'm sure MTV shows it occassionally it was their film to begin with, youcan check it out; don't search for it though, it's hardly worth all that.
JFloyd3 W (fr) wrote: The little I've (mistakenly) seen seems to suggest that this "film" is silly, exploitative, pretentious, soft-porn - if only it were erotic - drivel!...yet admittedly filmed & performed a bit more professionally...while made even more sadly silly and presumptuous by thinking it's being arty by using classical music....seems to want it both ways in two ways: 1) a sexy thriller which is finally not about sex; 2) a spoiled woman with self-esteem issues who thinks she is exploiting men by being exploited by them while also ultimately attempting to proof her worth by diminishing that of others (that is about as clear as one can get about someone who is as unclear about themself)...this self-loathing is again simply another reflection of its writer/director, Mr Tobach; in this sense he can be regarded as the last of the true "auteurs" - whatever, if any, consolation that may provide...she may be quite good here yet one assumes that this is the best Neve Cambell is now being offered; it's gotta be particularly difficult for actresses getting older...
Magnus W (it) wrote: So this series went stranger and stranger. A plot that is hard to find beyond its most simplistic meaning. Yes, understand to some level what it is about, but then what?
Charlotte B (de) wrote: Egoyan is trying to tell the whole story...and this never works. Although beautifully shot (though disturbing to see an aestheticized death trail), the film looses its audience in a moralizing tone. A pity.
Jon W (mx) wrote: So I was really enjoying the movie, the whole punk deal, and the low budget-ness of the whole thing, right until the very end. The last minute feels tacked on and really kinda underscores the whole rest of the movie. (I was gonna rate it higher but then the ending messed it up for me) Also it's a little weird to see a 16 year old Diane Lane in such a risque role. Not a classic, but really worth watching for those who like rock and roll movies. Also for fans of Ray Winstone.
Chrisanne S (ag) wrote: Classic A&C! Love Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy.
Frances H (ru) wrote: Wonderful film, so reminiscent of the Agatha Christie mysteries and Upstairs, Downstairs, with a stellar cast of so many British greats. My favorite Altman film, except for MASH. One can see that Julian Fellowes would go on to create Downton Abbey.