Under The Electric Sky

Under The Electric Sky

This 3-D film chronicles the love, community, and life of festival-goers during Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas, the largest music festival in the U.S. Behind-the-scenes footage and exclusive interviews with Insomniac's Pasquale Rotella reveal the magic that makes this three-night, 345,000-person event a global phenomenon.

“Under the Electric Sky” is a 3D documentary film that follows six groups of people on their journey to attend the largest music festival in the US – Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas. Through 3 days of the festivals, the festival-goer will have the chance to experience Electronic dance music phenomenon, art installation, incredible lighting and sound system with many famous worldwide artists. The film not only reveals all elements that create such a global event but also make the audiences feel like they are a part of the festival. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Under The Electric Sky torrent reviews

Jordan P (kr) wrote: If Blair Witch doesn't quite recapture the nerve-wracking beauty of the 1999 campfire classic, it comes close enough -- and just about maintains the original's nightmarish momentum to offer a chilling, occasionally jaw-dropping treat with some unique surprises of its own.

Ben C (mx) wrote: A down to earth, well acted story about love and loss.

Mikko K (us) wrote: Used to be so that Seagal's movies would at least have an entertaining action scene or two. But this is just a sad effort, if indeed effort was spent here. The SR-71 Blackbird was the most charismatic character onscreen.

Mark T (au) wrote: Fuck me. What was I thinking.

Sol E (jp) wrote: Love and tennis! Beatiful

Nikki J (it) wrote: I do so love Ed Norton! :-)

Brett H (au) wrote: Definitely a convoluted jumble that disorients you on purpose and will make your head spin keeping track of the events, but once you figure out exactly what's going on, it's quite brilliant! Many people dismiss this film as being needlessly complex, but half the fun is using your brain to follow along! The plot is very intriguing and you will never be bored!

Stephen P (mx) wrote: Lets not waste any time shall we? This movie is just amazing, it is entertaining, endlessly hilarious, and it perfectly encapsulates everything that makes up Power Rangers. Here you have a perfect example of a guilty pleasure movie... is it good? Absolutely not, but i love it to where i can watch this thing for the 100th time and still laugh at the stupidly amazing plot and enjoy every bit of 90's cheese. The first act of this movie is the stuff a 90's childhood is made of, a totally rad skydiving sequence, followed by an insane rollerblading sequence through the city, and then hands down one of the best Power Rangers fight sequences to ever exist. The second act of the film, although still just as stupid, dumb, and hilarious as the first is a noticeable drop in pace and not a whole lot of interest happens. It does pick up again in the finale for a 90's CGI filled action sequence that is gloriously bad from the giant metallic insects to the emergency groin kick..... yes, emergency groin kick. When an ancient evil mastermind Ivan Ooze (Paul Freeman) is reborn by Rita Repulsa, Lord Zedd, Goldar, and Mordant, six teenagers must use their combined strength to prevent him from taking over the world. This plot synopsis really doesn't do the film any justice at all, here's a little more info; the rangers go to the planet Phaedos where they encounter a dinosaur graveyard and the Master Warrior Dulcea who will mentor the Rangers into finding their inner spirit animals. At the same time you also have Ivan Ooze's plan to take over the world by hypnotising adults to dance and mass produce his own product and make it big in the Ooze market before taking over the city with giant Ooze powered mechanical insects, but not before summoning a flock birds to take down the Rangers once and for all. If you got all that, and think it all sounds ridiculously stupid, you actually don't even know the half of it, it's incredible. The action sequences in the first 30 minutes are so incredible with all of the amazing flips, corkscrew kicks, spinning jumps, and awesome backing songs that rather than describing it, it's probably better you just witness some of it for yourself. Following the awesome opening act of this film it does start to lack some of the Power Rangers awesomeness whilst keeping the hilariously dumb moments in there. It all begins when Ivan Ooze destroys the Command Centre. The Rangers go to the far off planet Phaedos where apart from a few half decent fights they don't really do a whole lot more than just walk. They do meet the character Dulcea though, an amazonian goddess whose sole purpose is to teach the rangers to find their inner spirit animas and regain the power they lost. Meanwhile on Earth, Alpha 5 loves keeping up to date with the local news and Ivan Ooze is making people dance for him when he isn't making them dig up a giant praying mantis. The problem with this second act is that none of the two journeys it was following were particularly interesting and these are the moments where i guess you could vouch for the 'bad' trumping the 'hilariously dumb'. Then you get the final act which is all kinds of ridiculous and would have been better without the crappy CGI. You get plenty of Zords action as you watch the rangers take out Ooze and his ancient mechanical bugs whilst at the same time destroying half of the city. The whole hypnotising storyline does continue through this sequence with the adults slowly making their way to jump off a cliff. No-one cares about them but if it wasn't for this scene we wouldn't get 'the hero kid' saving the day by firing a high pressure hose keeping them away from the cliff..... It's just perfectly bad.But right at the end, you get what is one of the greatest moments in the entire movie without a doubt. So the Rangers in their Megazord lure Ivan in his enlarged state out to space where they plan to get him in the path of a comet that can finally kill him. But before they can do so Ivan has latched himself onto their Megazord and they need to pry his grip loose. So Aisha (The Yellow Ranger) goes to hit this button that is 'for emergency use only' saying that "desperate times call for desperate measures". So what would you think this button does? Ejects the head of the Megazord, sending the rest into the comet? NOPE, this fucken button, that exists as a permanent feature of the Megazord, automatically propels its leg forward to kick Ivan Ooze in the balls making him let go in pain. So lets get this straight........ there is an emergency button specifically for when you need to kick someone in the balls. And who says this movie isn't fucking amazing?So i think it's safe to say that i love this movie to death regardless of its endless amount of stupidity. Not even a slow moving second act can put a damper on my love for this film. This is Power Rangers for me, the original gang, the original villains, the original song, the cheese, the sound effects, the flips, the puns, it all screams awesomeness. Anyone who wants to go back and watch this film now will probably not enjoy it, it is very much something you can only love and appreciate if you grew up with the Rangers. If i go to my inner child and score this thing it is still an incredible 10/10 in spirit, but now, this is what it gets. 7/10

Brayden H (ag) wrote: No Ho Ho! The MST3K version is better than this.

Scott A (fr) wrote: Okay it looks great. It has the great epic feel of a good western. And it has bad guys, and Clint being the good badass guy.But my oh my is there no character development. Clint rides in and growls every line. We learn nothing about him, and in the end he leaves.We kind of get the motivation for the bad guys, they want land, but them seem too stupid to find a common sense ending to it all. Like why attack the people if you just want them to move? Ever hear of a bribe?The shoot out scene are good, all two of them. And that's a major problem as well. The movie takes FOREVER to get going. The first shootout(kind of) scene isn't until nearly 90 minutes.And while she was adorable, the 14 year old that wanted a relationship with Clint's character was just...well, it was creepy. Her screaming she loves him was just weird.It feels like a great western, I just wish there had been more action and maybe at least ONE factoid about Clint during the two hours. And have the mother be in love with him, not the daughter.

John Y (nl) wrote: This Sellers-less Pink Panther film would have been good, had the star lived to complete it.

Sharon B (de) wrote: Good for the retro factor, but the feminist in me wanted to barf through most of it.

Ame A (it) wrote: By all accounts a sub-par war effort flick. Quite possibly the worst of the 'Invisible' sequels. Flat performances in a plastic story-- I only gave two stars due to it featuring the talents of Peter Lorre and Keye Luke. Good for a chuckle or two simply because of it's dated-ness.

AnnA H (au) wrote: I recently found this one. Done in the style of Gone with the wind and Epic love story that moves across worlds and rags to riches to rags ect.

Sh A (mx) wrote: this is now one of my favorite Christmas classics...