The True History of the Traveling Wilburys
Spring, 1988: George Harrison asks Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison, and Tom Petty to spend a day in the studio at Bob Dylan's L.A. house. The result is "Handle With Care." He liked the process so much that the five of them, plus Jim Keltner, spend a week in May at Dave Stewart's house, where they write and record a song a day to produce an album. We watch the creative process: group efforts ("Dirty World" is a found poem) and individual ones (Dylan's lyrics for "Congratulations'). Petty calls them "a bunch of friends who happened to be really good at making music." The album, released in October, goes platinum. The rock video for "End of the Line" is a eulogy for Orbison (1936-1988).
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The True History of the Traveling Wilburys torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: It loses its way by the third act but there's no denying that the build up with the child actors is really great; unfortunately the ludicrous ending almost undoes all that went before.
(br) wrote: An interesting, though altogether uncompelling, look at Irish dancing that was popularised by the 'Riverdance' phenomenon. Assorted characters offer differing angles to this particular story, showcasing the art's wide-ranging appeal, so there's at least one or two people to barrack for.
(br) wrote: Beautifully shot and well acted film and quietly mesmerising.
(us) wrote: And so it goes on. All around the world. For purportedly different reasons. But ultimately, because of "humanity". When you really look at what we've done, and do, it's hard not to be really disappointed in us generally. Take me back to the days of small communities and isolation?
(ca) wrote: Beautiful cinematography, beautiful music, and a very interesting and entertaining story.
(de) wrote: A movie I saw when I was young and I loved It.So... It's still a cult movie for me even if ... I must recognize that ...It's only a erotico (vampire) mafia movie.
(kr) wrote: My favorite Anita was not a typical beautiful woman, but she could perfectly show up the character's desperate but classical charm. She was really the perfect match with Leslie.
(jp) wrote: They say that 80s Godard sucks, but here's one to prove otherwise. His contemporary take on the Nativity is at once reverent and provocative, raising brave questions about Mary's sexuality and imbuing a sense of humor into the modern setting (the best part of which is the angel Gabriel telling Joseph to stop being an asshole).
(us) wrote: This movie is totally unoriginal and unfunny. There are a lot of jokes in this comedy, of course, but none of them are funny. Plus the story is dull and predictable. None of the cast can act, either. I did not like this movie.
(de) wrote: Again a very good film and lovely actors, one of my favorites
(gb) wrote: strong arm Williamson punks and pimps in this classic from the Soul Cinema Collection! The fight scenes are cheesy and violent! This one is funny as hell from start to finish.
(us) wrote: Climbing a social ladder of success, from an older child in a baker's shop to a wed mother of three, life was difficult for many Europeans in the decades after WWII. But for whose benefit was it done? There is one love a woman may have which often trumps all others in her lifetime. Average cinematography and editing, but there are several moments when powerful performances are captured perfectly.
(nl) wrote: "In 1934 people were crazy and there was great enthusiasm for Hitler. We had to try and find that with our camera." by director Leni Riefenstahl
(ag) wrote: Happy's pissed off antics, McGavin's smartass remarks, quotable lines throughout and an epic cameo from Bob Barker make 'Happy Gilmore' one of the best from Adam Sandler's great movie run in the 90's.
(nl) wrote: The popcorn thriller manages to keep the viewer's disbelief at bay, while offering a deceptively smooth ride through some frequently bumpy territory. This is nothing particularly special but another good example of straightforward and effective storytelling. This taut thriller is sharply directed by John Dahl and benefits from fine, low-key performances by Walker, Sobieski and Zahn. Redoubtably hilarious as always, Zahn also lends his character unpredictable flashes of anger, pathos, and faint psychosis, even when the movie jumps the median from ticklishly discomfiting black comedy into by-the-numbers horror jolts. Some of the plot twists don't really stand up to close scrutiny, but the sometimes over-the-top Joy Ride plows through them with such joyful glee, you don't really care. There's plenty of scary pleasure to be had from this clever, compact thriller. Despite its few flaws, Joy Ride does take viewers on one hell of a ride. People who are looking for a good scare, with plenty of Steve Zahn laughs along the way, will be satisfied. It's one of those rare films that manages to take an overused plot and breathe some sort of creativity into it. The sequel-ready twist at the end is a letdown, but until then this is a neatly constructed nail-biter. VERDICT: "In The Zone" - [Mixed Reaction] These kinds of movies are usually movies that had some good things, but some bad things kept it from being amazing. This rating says buy an ex-rental or a cheap price of the DVD to own. If you consider cinema, ask for people's opinion on the film. (Films that are rated 2.5 or 3 stars)
(de) wrote: Popcorn movies... For the engineer that I am the bullshit-technobabbel in the movie is quite spine-tingling. Besides that an acceptably entertaining movie.
(gb) wrote: Action packed fun!!!!!!