Rare and Unseen: The Beatles
The Beatles. Their story is told for the very first time using original rare film and video of the band, including home movies, concert footage, newsreels and photographs from private collections. There are also interviews with those who surrounded the band, and those who were there from the very start. Also included is an exclusive interview with fan and star in his own right, Phil Collins. For the first time we can see The Beatles relaxed, at play, on and off stage, on film and is a rare glimpse inside the lives of four musicians who shook the world.
- Stars:Anthony Booth, Phil Collins, Len Goodman, Steve Harley, George Harrison, John Lennon, Gerry Marsden, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Sylvie Vartan,
- Director:Chris Cowey, Paul Clark,
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(au) wrote: For a while now, Peter Berg was slowly turning into the generic-brand version of Michael Bay. With awful outings like Hancock and Battleship and mixed receptions for Lone Survivor, Berg was beginning to lose his grasp on big-budget films. Berg continued working with Wahlberg and kept in his wheelhouse of true stories and the result was Deepwater Horizon. The film was surprisingly entertaining and helped shed light on what caused the worst environmental disaster in human history. Quality performances by Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell, Gina Rodriguez, and John Malkovich help ground the already intense drama into something that we can all relate to. A film that could have been used as an exploration of the events instead pays tribute to the innocent lives lost on that day.
(us) wrote: I laughed once or twice, but it is a steming pile of crap, so I bought it to show others the crappy movie.
(gb) wrote: I was not a fan of the first film but this one took me by surprise.
(it) wrote: 12 year old me thought this was the most hilarious movie of all time. 42 year old me was not as impressed. This time around, nostalgic 1980s elements littered throughout the film (half-shirts, cars begin driven on 2 wheels, Michael Winslow mouth noises, etc.) were the most entertaining thing about the film. It story is another popular 80s trope, snobs vs. slobs (i.e. "Back to School" "Up the Creek" "Revenge of the Nerds" "Meatballs" ). The set up is that in an attempt to diversify the police force, the mayor opens up the police academy to all comers, which sets up the very rigid and proper police trainers versus the antics of the wacky recruits. Rewatching this film, I knew it was not Molire, but I was curious if it would maybe have some of the lowbrown charms of other snobs vs. slobs films like "Caddyshack," which still holds up today, mostly thanks to Rodney Dangerfield. Sadly, Steve Guttenberg does not have the same comedic chops ad Dangerfield and Michael Winslow's mouth noises are not nearly as funny as I thought they were when I was a 12 year old. However, in the film's favor, George Gaynes is likable as the simple minded commandant of the academy, Kim Cattrall is super cute in an early role as the Guttenberg's love interest, and Bubba Smith is fun to see because I'd totally forgotten about him (he's kind of an 80s trope in and of himself). And the film's theme music is a very catchy one that I've always liked, so it gets an extra half a star for that. One interesting bit of trivia I read was that Bruce Willis auditioned for the part of Mahoney. He's probably would have done well in the part, though I think his career is probably better off that he got "Moonlighting" instead. God, "Moonlighting" was a good show. I think I need to get out my DVDs and start re-watching that show.
(it) wrote: Walking, talking sleep medication Robert Redford shows his stuff by managing to make excessive speed boring in this drab 70s drama about an attempt by Americans to break into European ski success. It looks nice, but that only goes so far. And then there's the lifeless romance with generic European woman Camilla Sparv. Unless you've got insomnia, you can probably skip this one.
(ru) wrote: As I have said before I am not a fan of westerns, so this movie is no exception. I did not like this movie, I felt that there was no point in the whole thing. If I had to pick a favorite part it would be the overly choreographed bar fight. To be honest that part did put a smile on my face. What really got me was that they titled this movie She Wore a Yellow Ribbon and the movie really had nothing to do with the girl; in a strange way I felt deceived being led to believe that there was actually going to be more to this movie besides cowboys going out and fighting Indians. I guess I should have learned my lesson with the first couple westerns, but I guess I need to come back multiple times to the same genre hoping for a different response from myself. Insanity; how do I plead? Guilty...I guess.