The Doors: Live in Europe 1968

The Doors: Live in Europe 1968

Grace Slick and Paul Kantner of Jefferson Airplane introduce concert footage of The Doors' 1968 European tour.

Grace Slick and Paul Kantner of Jefferson Airplane introduce concert footage of The Doors' 1968 European tour. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Doors: Live in Europe 1968 torrent reviews

Tracy F (au) wrote: While the subject matter is important, the documentary itself jumped around way too much.

Gradhito O (mx) wrote: definitely more than a documentary, i never knew bron's life would be so moving. a really inspiring movie

EWC o (gb) wrote: Tense with an intense soundtrack and intense action sequences.

Mickey M (nl) wrote: A call girl has been murdered at a Japanese office building in Los Angeles, and the current liaison officer to the Japanese, "Web Smith" (Wesley Smipes) has been called in to help investigate. However, on his way to the murder scene, he gets a call to pick up a former cop (Sean Connery) who knows much about Japanese culture and its people. Together, they are involved in a major culture clash where the Japanese business men want to wipe the case under the carpet. However, they look for the murderer as the law states. But they find more than just a killer. There are a lot of unexpected twists in this movie. And that is the reason to watch it, despite that the movie lags at times. Some twists may have you think you predicted it minutes before it happens on-screen, but the film will go in another direction. There are some strong performances in this film from many in the cast, but many characters are not well developed. If you read the book this movie is based, you may get a better feel for the poorly developed characters. The stars of the movie, Snipes and Connery, work well together. They really do a good job at bringing their characters' relationship to life. One thing this movie does well is making you guess who the killer is. And, let me warn you, there are a few plot twists which just might throw you off track. There are also other clues to throw you off in subplots related to the main mystery plot. Believe it or not, there really isn't a lot of gun and hand-to-hand battles. The martial arts is part of the movie, but it's not a major part of the storyline. The fights are pretty weak in fact, and are poorly choreographed. The special effects are fairly typical, and only a few stand out. They do help with revealing clues to the mystery though, and some make it even more of a mystery. If you ask me, the movie doesn't put the novel it's based upon on my "Must Read" list, but I might check it out to see how different it is to the movie. I do suggest that you may want to check this movie out.

Eric O (es) wrote: What a great movie! I think I enjoyed it more than the first movie. Perhaps it was all of the special effects, perhaps it was lighter than the first movie, perhaps it is seeing Los Angeles in the late 70s. And Bettie Davis and Christopher Lee. What a fun movie.

Brian F (br) wrote: Andy Milligan's films are an acquired taste. They're badly made, shoddy, with gross-out effects that are never really convincing but his sick, preverse world-view is always clear, making his films, at the very least, worth seeing. Guru is one of his films with a slightly higher budget and it's a fairly entertaining romp.

Carlos F (ru) wrote: Brillaint, mod-60's cat-burglar / con-man film. Stylish, shopisticated and witty.

Ming Rou H (fr) wrote: This movie truly tells us a story about a music prodigy and how he embraces music with his life.

Allfarid M (ag) wrote: I love the chipmunks part, sorry

Jennifer H (jp) wrote: Best movie but sad at the end

Maximiliano D (es) wrote: Despite the one-notedness of its villain and slightly indulgent action sequences, "Guardians of the Galaxy" is one of the most complete pieces of entertainment of the year.

Dinesh P (nl) wrote: A woman never satisfied with the man tries out with a girl friend. And realises in the end that nothing is perfect. A nice movie to watch.

Samurai F (ca) wrote: Purely fun. And sexy. Oh, Pambo!