Whiskey on a Sunday
Shot over two years and in seven countries, the feature-length documentary Whiskey on a Sunday is an intimate portrait of the Irish-infused rock band Flogging Molly. The film tracks the group of musicians from their bar-band roots to their current success, including footage of the band in the studio, on tour, at home and at their sold-out homecoming performance at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles.
- Stars:Flogging Molly, Bill Armstrong, Dennis Casey, Matt Hensley, Dave King, Nathen Maxwell, Bridget Regan, Bob Schmidt, Gary Schwindt, George Schwindt, Joe Sib,
- Director:Jim Dziura,
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Whiskey on a Sunday torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: The movie communicates through the visuals and does not rely on words, and it's very refreshing in the sense that it suffices in pulling the audience in the quite complicated state of mind of its main character. The only thing I didn't like was sound editing and music; it's possible to add to the movie experience without making it over-dramatic.
(au) wrote: The Conjuring (James Wan): Familiar elements of demonic possession and exorcism spun together to chilling effect. Didn't really care for the "based on a true story" claim though.
(ag) wrote: There is really nothing going on in this movie. Dazed and Confused is better. But the girls are hot and you can watch the whole thing and stay into it.
(ru) wrote: More historical background (are Hutus and Tutsis, and their mutual hatred, really just a Belgian colonial invention!?) and more about the people involved in leading the genocide, would have made this a much better film. But it is, at any rate, a good look at an awful subject and what Dallaire went through.
(br) wrote: it's not rich and compelling enough, it's rather boring
(gb) wrote: Interesting, but at the same time, not that huge a deal.
(es) wrote: The fist half of this movie looks like a Pepsi commercial. Seriously, plenty of product placement. Guess they were the sponsors, but really takes you out of the seriousness of the movie. The second half was better. Although for a movie that introduces some fresh ideas for the zombie genre, like it being a virus, fast zombies, zombies that die just by gunshots, etc, it also ends up playing out like many other zombies movies: survivors end up acting uncivilized towards each other, someone fucks up when they seem to have everything controlled, at least some of the good guys will become zombies, etc.
(jp) wrote: yah a good movie indeed.
(gb) wrote: Great romance has sexuality. Ages 12+
(mx) wrote: Meh. I don't think this is my type of film nor genre. That said, Don Cheadle's character was here for people like me. Honestly, I've grown weary of Denzel and the same acting performance he gives every film.
(br) wrote: Easily one of my top 10 favorite movies of all time