One by One, the musicians climb on stage and take their places: B.B. king, Eric Clapton, Buddy guy, Robert Cray, Bonnie Raitt, Jimmie Vaughan, Dr, john and Art Neville. Vaughan, standing at center stage, launches into "Six Strings Down," A moving tribute to his late brother, Stevie Ray, whose memory has drawn this group together. The guitarists fall in, each finding a corner of the song to call their own; King plays fills to Clapton's solo, Cray fires off economical, chiming counterpoint to Raitt's stinging slide, and Guy unleashes piercing single-notes bends to answer Vaughan, who's finger-picking the main theme on his battered Stratocaster. Suddenly, the song blasts into the stratosphere, a gorgeous mosaic of clarion guitar tones.
Andrea M (ca) wrote: Very touching story. Colin firth amazing as always.
Ryan G (es) wrote: This was like a slow-mo trance version of Koyaanisqatsi. Incredible still photography and cinematography. I think I will always remember the opening tracking shot from the factory in China. Important film!
Liliane S (fr) wrote: So good. I can watch this over and over again.
Batesow T (gb) wrote: This movie made me very sad
Hunter B (gb) wrote: What a movie. We're do I even start? The characters are lovable, the acting is some of the best. I think it shares first place with die hard for the best Christmas action movies of all time!
Eyal D (ca) wrote: An art-house entry that presents an intriguing concept but its execution from the very start is a real let down. For a nifty premise about a world in which an epidemic begins to rob people of their sensory perceptions, PERFECT SENSE is hardly gripping. Instead it increasingly gets annoying with some of its creative choices that hinder its dramatic potential. Much of the film is stilted and dull as the filmmakers tried to create a sense of intimacy when. clearly, the bigger story is the more interesting one. It's a real shame because PERFECT SENSE is filmed with artistic flair and could have have been far more rewarding to an audience looking for something smart to think about.
Heather M (au) wrote: This was an adorable chick flick. Evans and Monaghan were great together.
Marti H (us) wrote: I expected a lot more from this Ridley Scott epic about the life of Christopher Columbus. Filmed in 1992 with beautiful cinematography, dramatic music by Vangelis, and with a cast of thousands, including Gerard Depardieu as Columbus and Sigourney Weaver as Spain's Queen Isabella, I was prepared for a memorable experience of historical significance. But sadly, there are problems. First, the grave miscasting of Depardieu who is a French actor attempting to speak English dialogue while playing an Italian sailor. It didn't work, and there are no English subtitles. Second, the pacing of the story is laboriously slow. It is 2.5 hours long and should have been edited to less than two hours, in my opinion. Third, the dialogue, when you could understand it, was awful. I didn't believe the words that came out of the character's mouths. They seemed unnatural and in some cases, almost silly. However, I would not deter anyone from watching as the period appearance, the costumes and sets, and the sequences of the three ships sailing upon the ocean are marvelous. And Depardieu does his best to play Columbus with honor and dignity. But somewhere along the line, it turns into just one island adventure after another with good guys chasing bad guys and vice-versa.