The Chemical Brothers: Don't Think
With Don't Think, multi GRAMMY® Award-winning electronic music duo The Chemical Brothers bring their mind-bendingly psychedelic live show to the big screen for the first time, and in grand style. A state of art spectacle shot at Japan's Fujirock Festival in front of 50,000 ravenous fans, Don't Think combines the Chemical Brothers famously ferocious modern electronic sounds and hardcore dance beats with eye-popping visuals. Directed by their longtime visual collaborator Adam Smith, and shot on 20 cameras, Don't Think is the first concert film to feature Dolby 7:1 surround sound, mixed for the screen by the band, and includes 2 new Chemical Brothers tracks. Don't think, let it flow, surrender to the void.
For nearly two decades, The Chemical Brothers' "mind-bending" audiovisual live show has played to packed houses and festivals across the globe. But it has never been documented on film. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Chemical Brothers: Don't Think torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: who's conning the con-men? Brilliant story and film by Baltasar Kormkur.
(jp) wrote: an awesome thriller of a movie...akshay kumar suits these villain roles.
(kr) wrote: Wasn't bad, but lacked the charm & humour of the original . . .
(ru) wrote: Yeah...what you expect.
(mx) wrote: Kevin Bacon is just adorable in this above-average romantic comedy. The ending is a little bit predictable but the story is genuinely warm and funny and the supporting cast is an excellent one.
(us) wrote: Three stars for the dog - that face, those eyes...more expressive and heartwarming than most Oscar winners. One star combined for the stunning scenery, for the native animals, for the courage to make an almost dialogue-free film, and for the creative editing - making the repetitive chase scenes of tiny Benji outrunning wolves, bears, cougars - seem plausible for the kiddies. Oh, and for the hilarious bit when the wolf dummy gets thrown off the cliff. But one star OFF for the dreary 80's synthesized music, the repetitive chase scenes (ok 20 years ago, but wouldn't cut it with today's kids), and especially for the dubious use of wild animals getting (offscreen, but obviously) pushed and prodded around for narrative purposes. But Benji's EYES...geez...
(mx) wrote: Sometimes funny and very well acted, but Moonstruck fails to deliver something that sets it apart from every other well written and well performed romantic comedy to ever be released before or after it.
(us) wrote: I thought, right up to the end, that this was a straight documentary, that the filmmakers did not manipulate the facts of the lions' lives to make a more melodramatic story. But all that was undone, when, apparently feeling they owed family audiences a happy ending after the mother lion loses her cubs, the filmmakers miraculously arranged for one missing cub to reappear. I don't think that was factual; I felt manipulated. Otherwise a fascinating, gripping story of life in nature (red in tooth and claw, as they say). This film will be pretty intense for soft-hearted viewers by which I mean, if you shelter your children, you might want to rethink this as a family movie.