This is Spinal Tap
"This Is Spinal Tap" shines a light on the self-contained universe of a metal band struggling to get back on the charts, including everything from its complicated history of ups and downs, gold albums, name changes and undersold concert dates, along with the full host of requisite groupies, promoters, hangers-on and historians, sessions, release events and those special behind-the-scenes moments that keep it all real.
- Category:Music, Comedy, Musical
- Stars:Rob Reiner, Kimberly Stringer, Chazz Dominguez, Shari Hall, R.J. Parnell, David Kaff, Tony Hendra, Michael McKean, Christopher Guest, Harry Shearer, Bruno Kirby, Jean Cromie, Patrick Maher, Ed Begley Jr., Danny Kortchmar,
- Director:Rob Reiner,
- Writer:Christopher Guest, Michael McKean, Harry Shearer, Rob Reiner
A spoof about a filmmaker making a documentary about one of England's loudest bands, Spinal Tap, a once-famous, now almost forgotten British heavy metal band returning to the United States after 17 years for a concert tour. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
This is Spinal Tap torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: thought the movie was ok, dont think usher is the best actor out there but hes hot! lol
(ca) wrote: Predictable in every way....glorified Disney Channel movie
(ca) wrote: Hilariously funny Aussie "Fuck-up" movie. Really well made, good cast. "Oi, I'll show ya a trick"
(de) wrote: Watching this movie make sit obvious that Cheryl Dunye has (or had?) a lot to say--and really, it's all fascinating.I first saw this for a Feminist Media Studies course and I seriously cannot stop watching it. Super awesome, hilarious, and serious all at the same time.
(es) wrote: Though it is overlong and more than a little on the depressing side, this is a mostly successful adaptation of one of Stephen King's most understated and thoughtful novels. The cast is uniformly good, but this is Bates' movie to carry, and she's truly excellent - topping even her Oscar-winning work from MISERY - in her portrayal of a deeply complex character; for me, this is unquestionably her greatest performance. Beyond that, the cinematography is appropriately chilly, which is complemented by the production design, and Danny Elfman's score is incredibly moody (and with moments of haunting beauty). It doesn't quite all come together as well as it could, but it's still pretty solid.
(ca) wrote: A lesbian vampire and David Lynch as a morgue assistant? Dude, I am so there.
(mx) wrote: Mildly annoying music notwithstanding, it's wonderful! I wish so much they'd release this on DVD (but I understand it was overshadowed by Moonstruck, which was released at the same time).
(gb) wrote: Monster infants on the prowl terrorize the adult world with murder and mayhem
(it) wrote: As a swards and sandal gladiatorial epic, this is a well produced and competently made film with a strong lead in Anthony Quinn and fine support from the lovely Silvana Manngano and handsome Vittorio Gassman. The long running time might detract some, but this unfolding drama of an immoral man finding his faith is well worth a look.
(ag) wrote: Ozu said he wanted to make a film about people's inability to express the important things, but natter on about unimportant gossip. This all comes out thanks to two boys that really want a TV. They enter into a vow of silence until their TV comes. This silence is misconstrued by the neighbours, who think their mother is angry at them. They begin to gossip amongst themslves and rumors soon start. Meanwhile, the young boys' aunt and teacher are attracted, but fail to act on their emotions. This is a lovely little film, filled with some great humor. Though, I must admit, there was a bit too much focus on the poo/farts jokes. The two boys, especially the youngest, are very cute and make their efforts to get a TV seem less brattish. It's really sweet to see how dedicated the parents are, and even though the kids are kind of mean, they do appreciate the gift in the end. There's no escaping Ozu's look at the clashes between old and new, with the TV looming over all procedures as something that will change life. A little gem, if not one of Ozu's classics.
(ag) wrote: One of the greatest films of the silent era. The original horror picture to set them all up.
(mx) wrote: Random story line, bad acting, boring. Save your hard earned money.
(us) wrote: The Invisible Man through the debauchery of Paul Verhoeven.
(ru) wrote: Nic Cage. Need I say more?