The Passing Show: The Life and Music of Ronnie Lane
BBC documentary on the Small Faces' Ronnie Lane, which has since had its own standalone DVD release.
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Meagan H (br) wrote: Omg this wa such a good movie. He was so hot when he was young in this movie & then he got old but he was still hot at first...but anyways it was a grear movie!!! Saw it in latin if you ask. i just don't like the ending, noone in my clas liked it, but other than that great movie, & you see cleopatra!
Leena L (ca) wrote: Sentiimental. Yes. Painful to the ears. Yes, that too. But a nice warm story of a woman who wanted to do good in East-Harlem for the kids and who did. Based on a real story with a finale in the Carnegie Hall. Respect.
Irfan R (gb) wrote: RJ was one of the best movie in hindi cinema :)
Linda H (gb) wrote: Typical Hepburn fast paced dialog. Fun.
Matt G (fr) wrote: B&B is more underwhelming than straight-up "bad". Being so clearly a run-off from the enormous financial and critical success of Mary Poppins, it can't help but pale in comparison. The casting is the biggest problem; no one quite fits their roles, especially the two adult leads. Nonetheless, there is some nice fantasy-based humor that helps propel this mostly ho-hum Disney musical.
Rodney E (nl) wrote: I'll take semi-lousy karate action movies from my youth for 200 please
Josh A (ru) wrote: Takes a decent premise and some solid ideas and decides to do essentially nothing with them. I'm all for using the fear of the unknown as a major plot device, but this movie fails to create an adequate amount of tension, partially due to the fact that we don't care much for any of the characters, and they all begin to act idiotically as plot holes come into play and the movie... derails... It's the most tedious and boring "thriller" I've endured in some time. It more than overstays its welcome, and the ambiguity of the ending is extremely frustrating, as all of the most important questions remain unanswered. Nooshin is apparently so pretentious that he thinks his film is on some higher level, and that the viewer needs to be left contemplating everything. Maybe you should figure out how to deliver some actual suspense first, sir, before you start trying to get all intellectual on all of us. Why, oh why would some person hijack a train and start speeding its passengers toward doom? I might have the answer: Maybe he or she had to sit through this movie.