The Kids Are Alright

The Kids Are Alright

Through concert performances and interviews, this film offers us an "inside look" at this famous rock group, "The Who". It captures their zany craziness and outrageous antics from the initial formation of the group to its major hit "Who Are You", and features the last performance of drummer Keith Moon just prior to his death.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:101 minutes
  • Release:1979
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:band,   interview,   musician,  

From the early black and white days to their colourful hedonistic era, you will Rock! See them at their most creative, and destructive, and experience The Who: Here! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jake M (us) wrote: In my opinion The Campaign is one of Will Ferrell's best comedies in recent memory. What makes The Campaign such a great film is that it makes fun of politics and in a surprisingly shockingly smart way. Another thing that makes The Campaign a great film is that it has a shockingly great cast of Will Ferrell, Zach Galifianakis, Jason Sueidikis, Dylan McDermott, John Lithgow, and Dan Aykroyd and they are all do a great job with the roles they play. Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis are both two very funny actors and they make an excellent duo in this film, I hope to see them do more films together. The Campaign is a very funny film with a pretty smartly crafted script, if you are tired of the same old slapstick comedy films that Ferrell and Galifianakis are famous or just want a funny politic satire than give I suggest The Campaign for you I am almost positive you will not be disappointed.

Gustav W (fr) wrote: Nicely shot, but doesn't bring much originality. The overdubbing is quite annoying at times.

Wes S (ru) wrote: Not as good as the first, the CGI isn't good and the humor is childish. Story isn't the best and a lot of the characters are terrible. It has some good moments, and a decent ending.

Grant H (es) wrote: It's ok. Not great, but I've seen worse. Seen better too, though.

Logan T (gb) wrote: This particular Allen film is more lighthearted and nostalgic, unlike some of his other popular movies, and it works extremely well with this premise.

Colby B (us) wrote: Never seen the original, but after "redux" I wouldn't want to. Some of the most boring, unrealistic bs I've ever seen. Can't believe I wasted over 3 hours of my life with this movie, and can never get it back. Sheen was the only good thing about it, couldn't even stand the young Fishburne's character. Never waste time on another Coppola movie.

Carolyn W (ru) wrote: Yep, this movie is as boring as I remember it being when it put me to sleep as a teenager.

Gaspar O (gb) wrote: I had to watch this again after Hot Rod passed. It's just fantastic, maybe even better now. The brawl with Roddy and Keith is still, in my opinion, one of the greatest fight scenes ever filmed. RIP Roderick!

Barney o (us) wrote: WHAT I LIKED: Who knew a story about some talking toys could be so great? Well it seems strange to imagine a world without the creative innovation of Pixar now, but when 'Toy Story' graced our screens back in 1995, this film was an extremelly fresh and exciting triumph for pretty much everyone. What makes it is the way it appeals so effortlessly to all ages, as with all Pixar gems, there's room for laughs, excitement, tension and even emotion, no matter your age. This is thanks to a great, clear direction with tone and humour, as well as a roster of characters who feel as real as the voice actors who bring them so brilliantly to life.WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: Some later ventures from the studio have upped the anti beyond the fantastic and fun.VERDICT: Pixar's first is engaging and exciting, but mostly it's a success because it slaps a huge smile on your face whether you're nine or ninety.

John W (ru) wrote: This movie could have been great, but for the trashy writing. Every person, other than Robert , had to drop the fbomb at least 6 times every time they opened their mouth. The writers had no creativity in dialog, and assumed every person, no matter their background, country, etc, talked exactly the same way. These writers, if you can call them that, are poor excuses... too bad