The video features a selection of live performances from Harvey's 2004 world tour for the release of Uh Huh Her (2004), including two unreleased songs "Uh Huh Her" and "Evol." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Paula P (mx) wrote: Only Tim Burton could have turned this book into a spectacular movie.
IOnell S (fr) wrote: Una mejora en la comedia espaola aunque tienen que dejar de imitar a Hollywood. Hubo momentos muy buenos por supuesto.
Blae 8 (au) wrote: Saw it and the only thing good was the music. The ending, I kinda saw that coming. Not a surpriser.
jm s (ru) wrote: bachcha log esko dekh kar khood maza leta hai lakin hamko samajh nahi aata pari cycle kyo chalata hai
Aaron R (es) wrote: The conspiracy is why there is not any tension or suspense in a movie set in the world of modern "spying".
Ruben A (au) wrote: looks and sounds stupid...eh what the hell why not
buster p (fr) wrote: Slightly mystical movie I ran across on a rainy day. I like Kris Kristofferson anyway so it wasn't that hard to get into. Period piece, slow at times but still worth watching.
Dani L (mx) wrote: is this softcore porn?
Pia K (ca) wrote: Elokuva junnasi paikallaan; siis juuri sopivaa katseltavaa yvuorojen jlkeen... ;) (Suom. Antaa menn vaan)
Sergey D (br) wrote: Honey, I'm still free - take a chance on me
Tsukasa A (mx) wrote: Based on the autobiographical account by Bruce Lee's widow Linda Lee Caldwell, the movie is entertaining with kung fu actions as well portrayal of his life. Bruce Lee tried to realize an American dream and, by his sudden death, he jumped directly into the legend. It's his great achievement that he made the kung fu movies spectacular with philosophical spices.
Eduardo A (mx) wrote: This movie is incredible! The best movie of Science Fiction !
Jordan A (ru) wrote: While it is atmospheric and a tad bit creepy, this Australian horror-thriller lacks some character development. The villain is creepy that has similar roots to Freddy Kreuger and dark cinematography that gives it a creepy vibe but the performers by the young actors is not as great and their characters are a little underdeveloped. Overall it's atmospheric and creepy but is very flawed. 3 out of 5 stars.
Eric H (us) wrote: It's a very unusual film of its time in the use of real locations and the minimising of back projection and artificial sets. I love films with exotic locations so Acapulco and San Francisco do very nicely. For example using real settings for the evening beach and human fishing scenes is so much superior to using a studio lot, and since this was a B film on its release we can only imagine how awful some of these sets might have been with its modest budget. The cinematography of Nicholas Musuraca is superb, lending realism so much so that you can almost smell the grease at the gas station and feel the breeze coming off the lake in the opening scene. The dialogue is both clever and witty and worthy of Raymond Chandler himself. It gives great lines to many characters in a film that has many interesting supporting roles and reveals enough about many of them to extend them to 3 dimensions. Whit Sterling, as played by Kirk Douglas, is a powerful villain with a certain sly charm. Joe Stephanos an apparently easygoing heavy still carries his inferiority complex (vis-a-vis Jeff Bailey) with an insight into his doomed future. Even the Kid 'speaks' volumes on his understanding of Jeff's confused and complex character. Jane Greer was perfect as the beautifully cold Kathie Moffat who has all the men wrapped around her fingers showing the lovability of a Preying Mantis. Well writting about this film just makes me want to watch it again, I just love this movie and you should too ! This is clearly one of the best film noir films ever made. Mitchum leaps off the screen into the "A-list", and Kirk Douglas as the bad guy is perfection. The use of the shadows and light, the music, the acting, and best of all the script are all superlative. It's amazing to think that they obviously made this film for no money- it was a "B picture" and yet it's better than most of the 80 million dollar films that are foisted on us today. Watch this film, you'll love it.