Recorded at the breathtakingly beautiful Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado in 1983, this concert features Irish rock sensation U2 and front man Bono in their early glory days. The program includes five previously unreleased songs and a director's commentary. Songs featured are "Out of Control," "Into the Heart," "Surrender," "Two Hearts Beat As One," "New Year's Day," "I Threw a Brick Through a Window" and "Party Girl." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Timothy G (ag) wrote: About the best compliment one can make about a remake of an excellent film one can make is that the remake is about as good as the original. This film deserves that compliment.
Morit M (de) wrote: kinda weak, but entertaining.
Brody M (ca) wrote: I really wanted to see this movie cauz it came from the guy who wrote May but this flick SUCKED!!!
Naoya K (ca) wrote: It was much better than I thought. Another entertainment film featuring all-star casts from the director Xiaogang Feng prior to "The Banquet" (2006). Frankly, I didn't like the whole atmosphere (like colors of images, production design of inside the train, and costumes) and editing which is just trying to be "stylish" using jump cuts or slo-mo meaninglessly. The story, based on a novel, however, is quite good and full of lessons. I liked the concept of everything happening in the running train between the two stations. Some castings are not really perfect, especially the hero and the heroin played by Andy Lau and Rene Liu are kinda awkward, I don't really know why though. You Ge gives good performance in his specialty - a villain, and Bingbing Li surprisingly fits to the bitchy role. It won't waste your time.
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Private U (ag) wrote: Not an easy subject and not your traditional Hollywood version. It shows what the street does to people. The kids become that which they hate in others.
Art L (ag) wrote: I think I played hooky in highschool to see this. What was I thinking?
Dexter H (us) wrote: Not as good as his earlier stand-up work, but it will have you laughing like hell.
Eric H (es) wrote: This movie is so ineptly made, that it winds up being great. If you have seen the movie "Ed Wood" then with "Glen or Glenda" you can see how idiotic Ed Wood really was and how well "Ed Wood" captured the essence of his films. Crossdressing was undoubtedly dear to Ed's heart and with "Glen or Glenda" he was trying to make an important statement about it. However, even if he had been competent enough to manage that, I doubt that 1953 was ready for any statement about crossdressing. The film is so badly made that it's a hoot! Definitely a lot of entertainment value in this one even if it is a colossal failure. For a better made commentary on crossdressing, which is also quite entertaining, watch "Ma Vie en Rose".
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