The Stone Roses: Made of Stone
A documentary about the English alternative rock band, The Stone Roses. Meadows interweaves archive film, intimate behind-the-scenes footage and never-before-seen material, delivering the definitive account of the band and their music. He was also granted unprecedented access to their rehearsals for the summer 2012 Manchester concerts. A momentous occasion in modern music, these were the first gigs performed by The Stone Roses in 16 years.
Shane Meadows documents the reunion of iconic British band, The Stone Roses. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Stone Roses: Made of Stone torrent reviews
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(gb) wrote: A cat and mouse mystery for one viewing with ecxellent Hopkins, of course.
(nl) wrote: Frances McDormand is amazing in an intriguing and captivating look at the interaction of two very different ways of life.While I thought Kate Beckinsale and Christiane Bale acted wonderfully, I could not see how they ever got together: a more boring couple you'd be hard pressed to find -- though perhaps that was the point.
(gb) wrote: surprisingly enjoyable movie..like scanners but with fire! okey Brad Dourif was pretty bad and the effects a bit dodge.. this film will not set your world on fire, but i liked it!
(us) wrote: Funny 80`s comedy with Tom Hanks forced to join the peace corps so he won`t get his hips broken by gangsters because of a gambling debt. funny situations occur in a little village in Thailand , involving a warlord, commies , sumos, a crazy military guy with an unhealthy relationship with his knife and of course John Candy.
(mx) wrote: Funny and refreshing movie about the importance of friendship and about the difficulty to grow up and become an adult. The actors deliver heartwarming performances.
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(es) wrote: An alright movie. Not impressed.
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(ag) wrote: Amazing movie! I love this show to!!