This movie is a recorded performance in concert. It all begins when Benjamin Barker( George Hearn), a mysterious,quiet,and subtle barber, returns to his hometown in London after escaping ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street in Concert
A lavish concert performance of Sondheim's musical masterpiece Sweeney Todd starring Broadway legends Patti LuPone and George Hearn with the San Francisco Symphony under Rob Fisher.
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Scott S (it) wrote: Awesome movie it is my favorite christmas movie now, and close to beening my favorite movie of all.
Kitty Kitty B (es) wrote: This film is a diamond in the rough... it's biggest problem, I think, lies with the severe emotional distress written into the main character, Jorge. This is never fully clarified or resolved for the viewer and because so much of the film is built around it, the film ends in a void. Jorge's love interest, played by Eugenia Yuan, is a delight, however, and the beautiful animation cut throughout is stunning and haunting.
Alexander C (ru) wrote: Could be worth watching. Will find and devour with my eyes!
Jennifer H (es) wrote: The world of gastronomy and haute cusine is very fascinating to me. This movie provided the viewer with an up close glimpse into the life of a young up and coming chef, Liebrandt and his journey to establish himself as a chef with staying power and later, his attempt to gain the much coveted Michelin stars.Oddly enough, I went back and forth with the idea of making reservations at Corton in NYC last year. Only to find out after watching this, that Liebrandt is the head chef/director at Corton.
Jessica S (au) wrote: I seen this movie Casper - A Spirited Beginning and really liked this movie.
Alexander P (fr) wrote: Good idea, some really good effects and a decent cast. Chase in one of his better "acting" roles and a pretty decent script. Don't know why this doesn't have such a good reputation.
Nick L (jp) wrote: Ignore the inaccuracies . This movie has a really good story and absolutely amazing fight scenes.
Shawn W (it) wrote: A career petty criminal is forced by his parole officer to drive a bus load of orphans to a new country home. A bit of a hit and miss production for me. The kids needed to be as likable as Pryor to lift this film above mediocrity.
Brad H (gb) wrote: this movie is a whole lot of bad.....good B-Movie
Andrew I (br) wrote: Disappointing. Other than the annoying unrealistically rapid dialogue, the script is verbose, the character of the medium is extremely irritating and the whole thing is very cosy and dated indeed. It's from 1945, but it could just as easily be Victorian. The basic premise is almost amusing and might make for a decent comedy if it was remade and written for a modern setting. As it stands though, it plays like a cross between Randall & Hopkirk and Rentaghost, but not as good as either of them. A tiresome 6/10.
Jen M (es) wrote: Finale of the series is just perfect. Ages 13+
Adam F (au) wrote: Although "Bloodwork" isn't really doing anything new, it has plenty of strengths that make it worth your while. Clint Eastwood does a good job acting and directing himself in the kind of role he plays best: the tough cop that needs to work around the rules and say "Screw you!" to the higher ups in order to deal with the bad guys. The character "Terry McCaleb" is the real reason to see the film because he's written intelligently. Just as you're about to say "hey, wait a minute those guys are totally... " he cuts you off by saying the exact same thing to the characters in the film. The story also gives you a good reason for this character to leave the safety of retirement for another round with his adversary from years ago so you cheer for him while being worried that it's only a matter of time before his heart gives out. Eastwood also has good chemistry with the other actors in the film (particularly Wanda De Jesus) and the movie's slow pace allows you to get to know the characters. When it comes to the actual mystery and detective work, it's fun to see the clues get put together, but the mystery itself isn't all that... mysterious. You'll probably see a lot of the plot points coming and the film often plays like any regular "serial killer on the loose" film. Thankfully the characters are intelligent to tie the clues together quickly but there's no good twists to keep you on the edge of your seat or really shocking revelations that will make you say "oh wow I should have seen that coming!" because you'll have known about them early on in the film. Does that necessarily mean the movie is bad? Not really, it just means that's it's a slightly above average thriller with some good characters in it and that you probably shouldn't include it in your marathon of the best thrillers of all time. The climax of the film is well done (although it doesn't really leave you on the edge of your seat) so it leaves on a strong note, making it overall an entertaining experience. "Bloodwork" might not be re-inventing the wheel when it comes to serial killer stories, murder mysteries or even the type of character that Clint Eastwood is his best at but it's a decent piece of entertainment. (Dvd, May 14, 2013)