Porcupine Tree: Anesthetize

Porcupine Tree: Anesthetize

Last year Porcupine Tree released their latest album The Incident. The album marked another step forward in the incredible journey of the band from a solo studio project created by Steven Wilson in the late eighties to a Grammy nominated act and one of the world's most revered live bands, currently selling out arenas across the globe and wowing fans with their incredible performances. "Anesthetize" is a DVD which captures the power of the band's live show. Recorded on multi-cameras over two nights at 013 venue in Tilburg, Holland in October 2008, the concerts featured tracks from throughout the band's career. "Anesthetize" collects the highlights from the two shows. It is only the band's second ever DVD release.

Anesthetize is the second live DVD by progressive rock band Porcupine Tree, released on 20 May 2010. The Blu-ray edition was released on 15 June. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Edward K (br) wrote: Well made and well acted antiwar film.

Emi3 (ca) wrote: didn't like it much!

Greg P (fr) wrote: Now I am melancholic. Thanks stupid movie I hate you.

Fredrick R (nl) wrote: Sobering look at the beginning of the AIDS crisis in America, and how Richard Berkowitz, a largely unknown activist, pioneered the safer sex movement

Hameh S (gb) wrote: This is a typical movie nothing good about it and it was annoying

Dave S (es) wrote: I love this movie. The minimal speaking parts only adds to the appeal. Raw feelings of love and loss, how do you deal with it. Unlike the lead - I would have returned. Delicious!

Natalee R (kr) wrote: I refuse to rate reality.

Dane M (kr) wrote: Too bad. The book is 'edge of the seat' reading.

Peter L (kr) wrote: Unfortunately I don't speak Cantonese, so I wasn't able to get the full meaning out of many of the jokes and expressions. This film had very clevery humor and a smartly written script. I rate this one highly. :)

Jessica H (ru) wrote: nudity, Mila, More nudity, Dirty language with a few twist and more nudity with that mobster/gangster feel.

Andy T (ag) wrote: Though containing a bunch of future stars and having some pure comedic moments, Wet Hot American Summer ultimately lacks solid characters to actually make anyone care about its story, which went nuts upon itself.

Gary S (kr) wrote: Made my blood boil the way those scumbags were going around murdering unarmed civilians. Hope now that swine Milosevic is dead he can explain his actions to his victims. Glad that the one reporter was able to adopt that girl. She could not have gone back to that. A very young looking James Nesbitt is on there.

Thrall T (it) wrote: In a world of doctors, accountants, and lawyers, we need a little more blonde. Legally Blonde, starring Reese Witherspoon, Owen Wilson, and Selma Blair, brings funny and sassy fashion to the world of courtrooms and criminal law. Elle Woods (Witherspoon), is a fashion major on a mission to marry the love of her life, a good looking Senate-hopeful named Warner. Much to her disappointment, she is dumped for being "too blonde" on Warner's hunt for a serious wife at Harvard Law. Not to be passed up, Elle decides to go to Harvard and win him back, come hell or high water. The rest of the movie is filled with insults, laughter, and some seriously high heels. The movie presents itself well, with over-the-top styling that any 2000's girl would envy, and an excellent cast of characters to oppose Witherspoon's pep. (Whoever said that orange was the new pink was seriously disturbed.) However, an underdeveloped love interest and shallow characters make the movie feel a little off-kilter. While Elle changes and plays into her character development, the rest of the characters seem stagnant and over-played. Overall, I give the movie four out of five stars. Pop the popcorn, add the champagne, and hang out on the couch for some girl-power inspiration.

Vicki P (mx) wrote: This movie reminds me of "Waiting for Godot" a play I read in 1965 (approximately). The movie and the play are very deep and philosophical about a religious pivot. I was moved by Samuel Jackson and Tommy Lee Jones, if you have seen this or read "Waiting for Godot" and were not touched by them it's time to see if you have any beliefs in anything. I have read "Waiting for Godot" and seen this movie multiple times and each time I find myself realizing something new and wonderful. This movie is worth seeing, which can not be said for many movies. I highly recommend this and then urge you to read "Waiting for Godot", it's a short read and well worth spending the time to read it. Oh I forgot to say that I am an avid fan of Tommy Lee Jones and Samuel Jackson. I rate it 20 stars out of the five allotted,

Justin B (jp) wrote: It should be so easy to poke fun at Fifty Shades of Grey. Though there are snippets that seem to make an attempt at critiquing the source material, they are buried beneath an excess of extremely juvenile and unfunny sight gags.