Sound It Out
Over the last five years an independent record shop has closed in the UK every three days. SOUND IT OUT is a documentary portrait of the very last surviving vinyl record shop in Teesside, North East England. A cultural haven in one of the most deprived areas in the UK, SOUND IT OUT documents a place that is thriving against the odds and the local community that keeps it alive. Directed by Jeanie Finlay who grew up three miles from the shop. A distinctive, funny and intimate film about men, the North and the irreplaceable role music plays in our lives. High Fidelity with a Northern Accent.
SOUND IT OUT is a documentary portrait of the very last surviving vinyl record shop in Teesside, in the North East of England. Starring Tom, Kelly, David, Daniel, 70,000 records and the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sound It Out torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Some art house films are hit and miss..this one is a definite miss.
(us) wrote: Nicolas Cage is great in this film. He had me cracking up in several scenes.
(ru) wrote: Another unfairly maligned Woody Allen movie. It's charming, funny and has a delightful mix of characters. I wouldn't settle for anything else.
(ca) wrote: I think I might be one of the only people who really likes Men in Black 2.
(mx) wrote: What? "Oh Angel"? I thought the song was called, "Goku and Boners"!
(au) wrote: Part spoof, part farewell to the frontier myth, it's kind of a slapstick version of The Gunfighter.
(us) wrote: Robert Altman directs this War comedy that lead to the popular long running sitcom, "M*A*S*H". His free form style is great, and fans of the series might be surprised with how different everything is. The characters aren't much like their popular TV counterparts, and neither is the style of comedy really. The common thread is the setting, character names, and the War subverting comedy that is undercut by bits of genuine sadness caused by the Korean War. I think this film has gotten better for me with subsequent viewings. I love the performances and I think that the way Altman directs several conversations at once and his freewheeling style of moving from one moment to the other is really enjoyable. A film I've increasingly found more enjoyment out of with each viewing.
(ca) wrote: unexpectedly fun to watch
(au) wrote: This is a good example that you need more than a great script and highly skilled actors to put on a good show. You also need a half-decent director.
(ag) wrote: I remember watching this one with my estranged great grandmother years ago and although I'd never heard of it, I enjoyed it a good bit. All the movies I've seen so far about going to the center of the earth are good. Neat how once they get there they don't just find fire and lava, but LIVING things!
(fr) wrote: While still riddled with cliches, "Step Up 4: Revolution" is one of the better instalments in the franchise, bringing in an entirely new cast and having a much bigger scale for it's dance choreography. The cinematography and choreography really are the best parts of this film, and even though the characters are not the greatest, by the end you may just feel yourself caring about them. There is one huge problem with this film and that is the main plot, which is the same as son many films out there, but I liked that it did not take over the story and it was just a small element to the film. These films are meant to have a little character development, an easy story to follow, and a likeable cast in order to get us to the final dance sequences, and this film accomplishes that for the most part. You really have to be a fan of cool dancing to enjoy these films, and since I am, this did it for me and I want to see more. The reason I like these later sequels is sue to the fact that they are doing right by their material, which is what the earlier films failed to do. Overall, it's not the most memorable film, but it is fun enough.
(kr) wrote: Not the best, I liked it as much as I liked Disaster Movie, but the jokes were going to be extremely obvious, like the middle finger joke, and they used stuff that was popular in 2012 (such as Angry Birds) and thought it would work.