The Clash: Westway to the World
A 2000 documentary film about the British punk rock band The Clash. In 2003 it won the Grammy Awards for the best long form music video. Directed by Don Letts, the film combines old footage from the band's personal collection filmed in 1982 when The Clash went to New York with new interviews conducted for the film by Mal Peachey of members Mick Jones, Paul Simonon, Topper Headon, and Joe Strummer and other people associated with the group.
A career retrospective of British punk band The Clash, featuring exclusive interviews with the entire band. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Clash: Westway to the World torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Love dis movie cant wait fo 3
(ca) wrote: Not having seen Overheard 1 I was not sure if I would like this but this cross between The Conversation and Infernal Affairs/The Departed has a brilliant script that's clever enough to work as a realistic and suspenseful thriller that feel very relevant in today's economic climate. Surely a Hollywood makeover is due?
(ca) wrote: Wow what a pretty mess. There is too much crap in this Twilight clone. The pasty white leads are half angel demon hunters in this turd. Ok if you have angels what then should be your bad guys? Well duh demons, of course. But the problem is, there are more than just demons in this flick. There are witches, warlocks, vampires, warewolves, and monsters. But no zombies, bc one of our goth inspired, tattooed heroins tells the nerd that has always loved our female hero, and Phil Collins daughter, that zombies aren't real. Oh and there is magic too. Too much for one movie. Oh crap I forgot there is a magic portal too, it looks like a small stargate. Or a stable bigger sliders wormhole.
(ru) wrote: The coldest place on earth is at neither of the poles, but rather in the atmosphere. A hole breaks through the ozone layer and the planet is gradually gripped by a frost which freezes everything it comes into contact with. Arctic Blast is a low budget independent Aussie movie. Directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith who was once a legendary cult director, he has been relegated to American B-movies for the last decade. I believe this is his first Aussie film in many years and the story takes place in Hobart, Tasmania. The science is crap and the premise is flimsy but oddly, it works on a no-brainer level. I imagine it was made on a shoe-string budget and where normally the special fx of this movie would be lame, I think they've managed something decent considering. I wouldn't recommend it but if it's on in the background its easy to get caught up in.
(fr) wrote: Despliegue creativo de Allen. Diane Keaton espectacular (personalmente, la mejor actriz en las pelculas de Woody). Annie Hall atrae al espectador pero ms por su forma de ser que por una especie de amor platnico, es decir, nunca hay un ambiente de pelcula romntica (aunque tampoco es ese el ambiente que procura el director neoyorquino)."But we need the eggs". Gran final.
(ag) wrote: Handlingen her lagt til ett cruice skip p vei fra Mexico til Tyskland,ca r 1933.Mange slags drer ombord p Narrenes skip.Soap med mening,herlig underholdende,og sjef tffing Lee Marvin er med!!!
(gb) wrote: Hohhohhooo!!! Ihanan hper, kehnosti toteutettua 50-luvun scifi!!!!!
(ca) wrote: A modern take on the old jekyll and hyde story, doesn't really work. not sure on the casting of scott? he seems unable to do an american accent for when he's good or would you believe it a english accent for his evil side. Bit slow and not alot really happens apart from a trial!! They should have just gone with the psycho killer route with some cop or friend trying to capture him.
(es) wrote: McLaglen: "How many men did you trick into death with your body?" Dietrich: "Give me a kiss!"