Stones in Exile

Stones in Exile

A look at the creation and impact of the 1972 Rolling Stones album "Exile on Main St."

A look at the creation and impact of the 1972 Rolling Stones album "Exile on Main St." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Tyler B (us) wrote: Very introverted and uncomfortable.

Linus L (de) wrote: Saw this mostly for Peter Krause, following a frenzied viewing of the entire five-season run of Six Feet Under. Sadly, the movie doesn't really work as a suspense thriller. The movie never really gave me any real reason to suspect that Gabe WAS a terrorist and hence seemed to be more about how far Terry's sanity would unravel. Not all that exciting.

Christopher M (jp) wrote: I'd have to say that the premise is a really interesting experiment about what sex means in a relationship. It hits on that little imp that everyone in a relationship wonders about. Beside the premise though, I'd have to say that the execution of t...(read more)he movie stunk. You could see right through it.

Sasha C (kr) wrote: meh.... kinda crazy how the guy dies on camera.. sad

Lauren S (ca) wrote: A poor followup to the original classic.

Grail K (ru) wrote: The follow up to the classic "One Armed Swordsman" did not disappoint me at all. There was more fighting then the first movie and the overall quality of the backgrounds was better. If you listen to the dub it is well done and pretty much follows the original language. Dragon Dynasty did an excellent job with the transfer and the video and audio are excellent. If you liked the first flick you will definitely love the second one.

Michael G (br) wrote: Beyond a Reasonable Doubt doesn't add up to much more than proof that Fritz Lang's best years were definitely behind him. The premise of an author setting himself up to be framed for murder to prove the fallibility of circumstantial evidence begs for something to go wrong when the only person who can prove his innocence gets killed. Lang set up the plan well enough and the whole period before the too-little-too-late twist at the end kind of dragged, but overall Beyond a Reasonable Doubt was just generally dull. Dana Andrews was just kind of there and watching Joan Fontaine in this movie was like watching off-white paint dry in a Midwestern state. If you're a hardcore Lang fan you may be able to appreciate this movie on some levels but its mostly just a big dull pile of whatever.

Elisa G (fr) wrote: I had low, low, loooow expectations, but the dancing was pretty neat, as well as the soundtrack.

Jairo A (br) wrote: Good to kill time, that's it. No replay value for me. The acting was mediocre at best.

Andy C (au) wrote: Kind of fun in a bad 80's movie type of way. But none of it really adds up, as most of the stuff we see Fox and Gekko do was not illegal at the time, certainly not from GG's end.