Rush's Time Machine shows in 2010 / 2011 were one of the most anticipated tours ever. Celebrating 30 years since the 1981 release of their classic bestselling album Moving Pictures the band performed the entire album live for the first time as the centrepiece of the concerts. The shows also featured favourite tracks from across their lengthy career and two new songs expected to feature on their next studio album. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Saban E (kr) wrote: As funny, if not funnier, than the first two.
EWC o (ca) wrote: Revels in absurdity and gore, but light on characters and with very little tension.
Casey M (gb) wrote: Could of been better and the ending really sucked.
Troy K (nl) wrote: 4/5 It's like a really great episode of The Twilight Zone.
Ben L (kr) wrote: Midnight Run is the story of a bounty hunter (played by Robert DeNiro) who has to transport an accountant who used to work for the mob (played by Charles Grodin) across the country. Along the way they struggle with the Feds who want the accountant as a witness, the mob who want to kill him, and another bounty hunter who wants to steal the bounty. It's a real comedy of errors as everything seems to go wrong on their journey, yet through luck they manage to keep breaking free. Of course the 2 main characters also have polar opposite personalities, so it becomes a bit of a buddy cop film as well, because they have to learn to work together in order to survive. I like DeNiro in this kind of role, because he has some wittiness in his performance, but also nails the world-weary guy who just wants to get to his payday. Also, while it's not usually something I would enjoy, there's something special about a profanity-laced screaming match between Robert DeNiro and Joe Pantoliano. Grodin is also good to see, because he has a very effective dry wit. He whines and cries about things that DeNiro is doing to him and yet I don't find it annoying (which is kind of remarkable.) I wish he was in more films nowadays because he is so good.I definitely enjoyed watching Midnight Run, and think it is kind of an instant classic man-on-the-run movie. The blending of the comedy with the action is well done. However, there were times that I thought the movie was dragging. It seemed that there were several scenes that were repeating events that had already taken place and they didn't add to the story. Sometimes this style of story-telling is effective because you are shown how much the characters have gone through, but in this movie it got just a little tedious. Also there were moments where things got out of hand to the point where it became a bit farcical. This movie may have been a comedy but it still seemed to be attempting to ground itself in reality, yet there were some scenes where the car chases and subsequent crashes felt too ridiculous to be real and the behavior of certain characters was insane as well. Yet these aren't horrible missteps by the film in any way. It was still a lot of fun, and it certainly packed a great deal of entertainment into a 2-hour run time (and a great deal of F-words as well.) If you like the classic 80s comedies where 2 guys with opposite personalities have to learn to coexist, then I think Midnight Run is one that you must watch. If for no other reason, you should watch to hear some of DeNiro's rants, because nobody screams quite like him.