Shut Up & Sing

Shut Up & Sing

A documentary on the Dixie Chicks in the wake of singer Natalie Maines' anti-George W. Bush statement at a 2003 concert.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:93 minutes
  • Release:2006
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:snow,   jealousy,   band,  

A documentary on the Dixie Chicks in the wake of singer Natalie Maines' anti-George W. Bush statement at a 2003 concert. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Luke B (gb) wrote: Cheaply animated and obnoxious Christmas special. It's painful watching it trying to be so hip and cool, as it's already dated. Hardly going to become a classic. I really feel as those some of these sequences could have been created by youngsters just getting started in animation. The songs aren't memorable and also use bizarre genres to make it feel fresh, when it just ends up awkward. Nobody wants to see Santa dancing to funk. Shatner is underused, and any good vocal work is betrayed by the lifeless faces of the characters. Some big icy monster on a comet with 3 snowmen henchmen makes it interesting for a while, but it gets old fast. The highlight is Santa's ridiculously hot wife, and when talking about a shoddy animated film, that's quite depressing.

Charlie K (nl) wrote: My guess is most people won't "get" this film. Its only the first part of three important phases of the life of Milarepa and does little to let viewers know this... soo it leaves viewers in an odd break... Like ending the Titanic as the boat leaves port on its maiden voyage. His discovery of the teachings of the Buddha and his merciless repentance at the hands of Marpa the Translator, and his legendary secluded mountaintop isolation... all led Milarepa from the darkest of places to enlightenment within the span of one lifetime... These are parts yet to be filmed that truly breathe life to an inspirational epic. For his story is as important to the foundations of Buddhism as the books of the apostles are to Christianity. Buddhists have long celebrated his 100,000 songs for in each, a lesson and insight is found. If anyone wants to really appreciate the story of Milarepa, they'd be well advised to find even a brief summary prior to seeing the movie.

Alna S (fr) wrote: Not as great as the previous one. It was very simple, but the choreography was great!

Antwan J J (de) wrote: a deadly game of cat and mouse Micheal Caine and Jude Law's characters at first glance are like two mirror images of each other both playing a game and they play it well but to see Micheal character go from sweet to cold, deceptive,psychotic, and villainous which i think is quite brilliant where as Jude Law's character went from timid, cowardly, completely unraveling at the seams to being quite the villain himself better than Micheal's character but sadly the game endedgame match and set overall i quite enjoyed mystery and suspense thriller definitely kept me entertained though i couldn't help second guessing what or what was going to happen next it's quite true what you think is the ending isn't always the end result Kudos to the cast and their performances and to the director

Jessica M (br) wrote: There was a memorable shark attack scene in the swamp, and a very bored looking alligator that never moved faster than a sloth, yet managed to chase down a screaming girl who was running away from it... but the number one reason that you should see this film is for the following one liner: "Pack lightly -- just bring the machete and a few tins of food."

Bonsai F (de) wrote: tarush ni marlene dietrich

Noah A (au) wrote: It was.... interesting. C

Ben V (us) wrote: The best film I've seen in ages, Set in Wales in the 1970's, A school play combining The Tempest into a musical, with 1970's classics David Bowie etc etc, SUPERB, acting great storyline fantastic. No spoilers but great quote "You can't persuade someone to love you, And you can't hate them for just saying No" I've been blown away and very happy for it ;0)

Matthew H (au) wrote: Last Man Standing is an unusual vehicle for Bruce Willis, but the movie's quirk and some great action scenes pull it off.