Peter Whitehead’s disjointed Swinging London documentary, subtitled “A Pop Concerto,” comprises a number of different “movements,” each depicting a different theme underscored by music: A early version of Pink Floyd’s “Interstellar Overdrive” plays behind some arty nightclub scenes, while Chris Farlowe’s rendition of the Rolling Stones’ “Out of Time” accompanies a young woman’s description of London nightlife and the vacuousness of her own existence. In another segment, the Marquess of Kensington (Robert Wace) croons the nostalgic “Changing of the Guard” to shots of Buckingham Palace’s changing of the guard, and recording act Vashti are seen at work in the studio. Sandwiched between are clips of Mick Jagger (discussing revolution), Andrew Loog Oldham (discussing his future) – and Julie Christie, Michael Caine, Lee Marvin, and novelist Edna O’Brien (each discussing sex). The best part is footage of the riot that interrupted the Stones’ 1966 Royal Albert Hall concert.
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BonniLyn S (mx) wrote: Just plain fun, pretty much what you'd expect a comedy about summer camp to be. Found it on my "recommended for you" Netflix list and since I can't resist a comedy about summer camp, I gave it a whirl. It follows along the lines of some old favorites like Meatballs, Little Darlings, Heavy Weights and if you liked any or all of those then I recommend you give this one a visit.
Carol K (ca) wrote: Definitely a great movie with an a star cast! Must see movie about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Saurabh G (ru) wrote: Rani Mukerji, WHY?!??!??
Shaktikanta P (us) wrote: nice movie with a cute theme........
Andrew H (nl) wrote: Wickedly disturbing, but not as disturbing as The Skin I Live In.
Meghal P (us) wrote: Welcome to that magical Bombay city, where everybody is rich and can afford magnificient houses with lawns (not flats), where even a son of a widowed mother (vidhava maa ka eklauta beta - Naseer Hussain special) can afford to go to a night club, where horses and carriages roam freely on streets, where characters hangout in suburb but go to a night club in downtown, where the roads are deserted at night and hero has the courage to escort the heroine at midnight near the deserted library (near Fort), where being artist means growing a beard, wearing an earring and uttering absurd dialogues, where the security at international airport is so lax that anybody can run to the departure gate and sing a song without getting shot, where the characters do not have to worry about finding a job after they graduate. The only upset one can face in life is a break-up from love one.Nasir Hussain movies are always about escapist entertainment and Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na is no different. In 60s, it was Asha Parekh and Joy Mukherjee dancing to OP Naiyyar music in hill stations, now you have Imraan Khan and Genelia dancing to ARR's music in Bombay. The director has tried hard to add glitz and glamour and modern day touch to an age old story, but the soul remains the same.There is nothing new in the story. Girl and boy are already together. By the time they realise that they are in love, it is too late. So the chase begins..Considering the fact that Mansoor Khan and Aamir Khan are credited as producers of this movie, it is disappointing to see them following a time-tested safe formula. Music by A R Rehman is top notch, but the songs are ill-placed in the movie and tend to hamper the flow of story. The only saving grace comes in form of Naseeruddin Shah and Ratna Pathak, although I was never able to figure out the Ratna Pathak's exact occupation - is she a social worker? A human right activist? A lawyer?A 2.5/5 - just for the music and the polished look of the movie.
Leslie W (nl) wrote: A classic rock musical.
Timothy S (fr) wrote: "Kissing a Fool" isn't so much a bad movie as it is a plain and ordinary one that never really aspires to be anything special. The three leads are all pretty enough, but the love story is lazy and the film isn't really about what it's supposed to be about.David Schwimmer is playing unconvincingly against type, and you never really buy him as the boorish womanizer. It's an obnoxious performance apparently designed to put his TV past behind him, but all it's destined to do is completely alienate his fan base. I've always liked Jason Lee, on the other hand, and he fares a little better here simply because you like his character so much more.As the film heads down its predictable path to the ending everyone knows is coming, there are no surprises along the way. It sets up a premise, eventually involving the insecure and immensely unlikable Schwimmer asking his pal to seduce his fiance to see if she'll remain faithful, but that is never followed up on. There's really no reason to delve into that story since we all know how that will play out from the start.There's some good music sprinkled throughout, but the needless and distracting profanity is really unnecessary for a film of this nature. The screenwriter is novelist James Frey, who would later be exposed as a fraud for making up a lot of the details of his memoir. Based on the banal and forgettable "KIssing a Fool", he could be called a hack as well. This insipid wannabe romance is little more than a poor excuse for a date movie.
Kenny N (jp) wrote: Pauline Collins, best known for portraying Sarah on "Upstairs Downstairs" gives her SECOND best known performance as the British everywoman who is nevertheless extraordinary once you get to know her and follow her on her journey from bored housewife to liberated adventurer.
Ray J (de) wrote: Grant and Garfield are stupendoulsy terrific and work well together in this war picture drama that works. It's no Longest Day, but different is not always a bad thing.
Spencer W (us) wrote: please excuse me while I vomit