Super Capers: The Origins of Ed and the Missing Bullion
A good guy with no powers joins a superhero team with no clue against a bad guy with no shame.
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Chris H (nl) wrote: what a piece of shit.... baffling...
Clive T (au) wrote: Watched for the first half hour with absolutely no idea what was going on. If I'd read the synopsis I might have followed it, but I shouldn't have to.Trouble it Michael Redwood wrote the store and the screenplay and directed it. Like Maxentius, he needed someone to offer a bit of honest advice like 'this script reads like a bad soap' or 'why do the picts talk with the same accent as the arabs?' or, or, or. I guess it went straight to video because I never saw it in the cinema. Don't even waste the price of a free download
Kat W (de) wrote: Interesting movie! Needed more of the story of what happened to Taylor's real mom and why she was such a psycho.
Rogerinho S (ag) wrote: Light on real drama, to me this was a contrived attempt at a tear jerker that used character clich (C)s and atypical actions to set up an unrealistic end.
Hector S (fr) wrote: French movies (at least for me) have such interesting stories that go from the profound and simple to the odd or weird. They have a true feeling of reality and how can life sometimes play with you. Beware of the song, because it is so catchy! I would love to watch this movie again.
N W (ru) wrote: When this appeared on television I simply watched because the title was so daft ... surprised to find something genuinely lively, witty and funny. No need to be pretentious; high rating!
Grant S (de) wrote: From Led Zeppelin's 1973 concert tour to promote their album Houses of the Holy, footage from their Madison Square Garden concerts. Interspersed with this is footage of the band on tour, their private lives and dramatised images of what the songs mean to them. Songs include: Rock 'n Roll, Black Dog, Since I've Been Loving You, No Quarter, The Song Remains the Same, The Rain Song, Dazed and Confused, Stairway to Heaven, Moby Dick, Heartbreaker, Whole Lotta Love.The greatest band in the history of music, and certainly the greatest ever live band, captured at their peak and in their element. The live footage shows a superbly talented band in full flight, playing with incredible power and cohesion, and highly confident in their abilities and popularity. There's a mystique to the performance - it transcends mere music.However, reducing the impact of live music is some of the non-musical stuff. The behind the scenes of a touring band and home lives stuff is fine, and gives a good indication of what it must be like to be the world's greatest band. No, it's the dramatisations and symbolic imagery that take the edge off what was otherwise a fantastic movie. They just seem so cheesy and unnecessary.
Toochie H (jp) wrote: love it...~?~(TM)~~~
Squall C (ag) wrote: Can we talk about this film? I loved the hell out of it, but the ending (while good and works with the narrative), kinda annoyed me.
Sarah O (gb) wrote: I liked the 1st half of the movie, but didn't particularly care for the descent into sex and drugs that the main character, Chas, experiences through the bad influence of Mick Jagger's character, Turner. I didn't think Jagger's performance was that good, but the songs in it are great. Good thing he stuck to his successful music career instead of pursuing one in acting. I did, however, love the scene where Chas is dying his hair and the effect of the dye running down his face is haunting. I might have to give this film a 2nd chance someday.
Grady M (de) wrote: Not just focusing on the Beatles but more on the impact that the beatles had on the world. The Charaters are funny and have normal teenager problems. This moive has a great cast of people who can play teenagers very well. Its not about the Beatles its about the fans in this movie, I haven't seen anything like it.