A documented account of the life and career of the Fab Four, from their early years in Liverpool to their breakup, featuring rare interview and concert footage. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Compleat Beatles
A documented account of the life and career of the Fab Four, from their early years in Liverpool to their breakup, featuring rare interview and concert footage.
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Lanky Man P (gb) wrote: Boring. You'd think 10 bars in one night would be more exciting.
Stephanie M (fr) wrote: This saga was somewhat convoluted. I felt disconnected to Christopher; there was no empathy for his stuggle or lost love. I also found that not realizing Michie was more of an entity than a woman made the transforamtion to Komomo ridiculous, rather than profound. But this being an installment in a series, and Miike's first production filmed for english audiences, I put my criticisums aside as watched the movie as a visual storyboard, keeping my focus on the incredible scenery and staggering 'shock' scenes. Fans who know, know what their in for. We want to vicariously feel the pain, and add another notch on our tolenance belt. I guess your always as good as your best work... and Takashi Miike is impressive.
Matt A (ag) wrote: Lewis Black is fuckin hilarious
DWN A (au) wrote: Wow... me gusto mucho!
Jason R (us) wrote: Tom Green is a very reviled comedian, but in movies like these i found him to be at his best.
marina m (nl) wrote: it is amazing film .agis is so cute.
Jackson M (nl) wrote: It's really not that bad, very enjoyable
Bill T (fr) wrote: Somewhat cute, but Trey Parker's brighter days were ahead. This is actually really based on a true story about Alfred Packer, who did lead a fateful expedition out west. The music here is good, but doesnt compare to South Park or (I'm presuming) the Book Of Mormon. For curiousity seekers only.
Amara R (mx) wrote: Estelle Getty!!!!!!!!
JeanPaul S (jp) wrote: 7.5. A pretty good first 65 minutes; a pretty great last 10 minutes.
Tristan D (ru) wrote: Chaney's first Universal Horror is a charming little film about a kind hearted man who is destroyed by a deranged scientist. The performance Chaney builds for Dynamo Dan in the opening pays off in the finale and might even bring a tear to the eye. Atwill is also great as Dr. Rigas.
JeanBaptiste B (mx) wrote: Captivating espionage
Zander B (us) wrote: What even was Dracula? What even was Blade wearing?! Why was there so much red?! Everything in this film didn't have the umph that it should've and it disappointments on several different levels. Well besides Ryan Reynolds. I liked his character.
Luciano G (us) wrote: This is an enjoyable thriller... Maria Bello and Stephen Dorff played their parts well...... if you're in the mood for an easy watch then this is a good movie .....
Andy V (ag) wrote: What a weird movie. It entertained throughout, but I'm not really sure what I'm supposed to get out of it.
Alex A (it) wrote: Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story is an adequate bio-pic of the legendary Bruce Lee. It does have a few intentional Hollywood inaccuracies for the sake of entertainment, but overall this is an entertaining film and it does the legendary martial artist justice. Jason Scott Lee portrays Bruce Lee with absolute intensity, and Lauren Holly is convincing as Lee's wife Linda. Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story is a solid biopic on its own terms with good performances, a great soundtrack, and a film that makes Bruce Lee more than just a martial artist, but an exceptional human being.
Miguel R (gb) wrote: While a fair attempt at an abstract, meaningful love story, Frequencies is a failed experiment
Kevin F (ca) wrote: This movie will have you bustin up laughing!
Douglas C (jp) wrote: As the first attempt to compete with the likes of Monster High, My Little Pony: Equestria Girls is a fun, if flawed start. The movie does a good job of keeping the main characters... well, in-character, despite the humanization of the cast. It does suffer a little from trying to fit too much story into too tight a space, and a throw-away romantic subplot feels completely out of place. The villain here is rather cliche as well, but considering the target audience I'm willing to cut it a little slack.