Shine a Light
Martin Scorsese and the Rolling Stones unite in "Shine A Light," a look at The Rolling Stones." Scorsese filmed the Stones over a two-day period at the intimate Beacon Theater in New York City in fall 2006. Cinematographers capture the raw energy of the legendary band.
- Stars:Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Ron Wood, Darryl Jones, Chuck Leavell, Bobby Keys, Bernard Fowler, Lisa Fischer, Blondie Chaplin, Tim Ries, Kent Smith, Michael Davis, Albert Maysles, Christina Aguilera,
- Director:Martin Scorsese,
A career-spanning documentary on the Rolling Stones, with concert footage from their "A Bigger Bang" tour. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Shine a Light torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Started out like Titanic, an old woman going back into the past in search of her long lost memory of love, but this time, what kept the lovers apart was not differences in class but some supernatural Edward Scissorshand-esque elements... The acting and the cinematography explicitly stands out but I think the really adorable and natural development of teen love is this movie's key to win the heart of the audience's, despite some very forgivable plot holes and mundane villain. Although I think Soong-ki was miscast is Nice Guy, he is just perfect here... Can't wait for his new role!
(au) wrote: Good made for TV movie at best but a great few twists at the end.
(nl) wrote: important movie ..must see!
(au) wrote: As if it had no other reason than to scare the audience, this film has nothing to do with the first of the trilogy (it even has no plot at all) and leaves the audience dissapointed. So dissapointed that no one cares enough to see the third installment. The only good thing is a trully unexpected twist when the movie is almost ending.
(br) wrote: Worthy, well-made and relatively hard-hitting but nowhere near as effective as the book on which it is based. The inevitability of the white man's will prevailing is the main theme and not enough is made of the outrageous inhumane treatment of the conquered natives. Maybe the audience wasn't thought to be ready for that?
(kr) wrote: It's honestly a decent film. How it received such low ratings is beyond me. The acting isn't amazing and the story line isn't the best but it was watchable and deserved at the very least 6/10 stars.
(gb) wrote: A movie that you can watch over and over. One of my favorite stories.
(ag) wrote: Pretty good forgotten 80's horror on a solid DVD from Scorpion. Paxton at the finale is brilliant!
(ag) wrote: This movie made no sense in every way.
(ru) wrote: I saw this one a really long time ago just because of Gabriel Byrne and Claire Danes. They were great and it made me laugh, but that's all.
(us) wrote: Boldly yet tenderly delves into the depths of perverse sexuality. Sandra is an incurable necrophiliac who gets a job at a funeral home and studies embalming in order to commune with a corpse's true essence, plus gains the perk of having plenty of dead bodies to choose from. Then she meets medical student Matt who has difficulty coming to grips with her morbid predilection.If those opening sentences haven't scared you away already, then there's a chance you may get engrossed with this peculiar love story. Under Lynne Stopkewich's tasteful direction the material is reduced from shocking to unsettling - scenes like a young Sandra rubbing dead animals over her body are still sure to set people squirming in their seats. She describes her attraction to the deceased, but mostly in an obtuse manner that remains difficult to understand. That confusion is the same situation that her boyfriend Matt must find himself, and with 20 minutes remaining I correctly foresaw the direction of the movie, which actually manages to reach both a sad yet satisfying conclusion.The pokey pacing is a hindrance, but the screenplay smartly knows when to bow out gracefully after a tidy 78 minutes. I admire the audacity behind the willingness to make this movie, although I have a hard time offering an outright recommendation. Judge for yourself. I am glad, however, to see that Molly Parker's career didn't end here, taking a part which surely could've been a career-killer, and has since appeared in over 20 films.
(kr) wrote: I can deal with this! Bernie was cool
(br) wrote: Not as charming and clever as the first. but still manages never to lose humor and adventure in its wacky plot and performance.
(jp) wrote: I expected a lot more from the subversive sense of humor that John Landis brought to his films, and I certainly had high hopes for Dan Aykroyd and Chevy Chase in their primes. But the laughs in "Spies Like Us" are few and far between. Perhaps the movie takes itself too seriously, but most of the jokes just miss the target.
(ca) wrote: Visually dazzling, finely acted investigation into such diverse matters as identity, sexuality, violence, power, and underground culture in late 1960s London.
(br) wrote: Universal's final monster rally (as the second great period of horror movies drew to a close) is nevertheless great fun - though it gives little for each of the monsters to actually do.
(ru) wrote: One of Huston's lesser efforts. Bogart delivers a solid performance in this hastily arranged piece of espionage thriller.
(ag) wrote: In an admirable attempt to deem Death itself the true antagonist of horror, unrealistic gore overshadows Final Destination's innovative concept, and is ultimately little more than a testament to how special effects have drastically replaced serious-minded creativity.
(br) wrote: Liv Tyler gets naked....
(fr) wrote: Im loving this film with love story and football dreams all coming together, made me feel great. I was glued to the set from start to finish, And have viewed over and over!