AC/DC: Let There Be Rock

AC/DC: Let There Be Rock

Filmed coverage of Australian band AC/DC's '79 appearance in Paris intercut with quasi-fictional interludes.

Filmed coverage of Australian band AC/DC's '79 appearance in Paris intercut with quasi-fictional interludes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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AC/DC: Let There Be Rock torrent reviews

Jamie C (nl) wrote: Nothing special on screen here, Some ok action scenes but that's it, Same old story, Very short but it started to drag in parts, Very predictable and just a plain lazy excuse of a film, I can see why it bombed at the box office.

FanGirl B (ca) wrote: It was playing on the scifi channel one weekend and I got into it about half way through. Not as bad as you might expect (or at least the half I saw).

Ashley H (mx) wrote: Frequency is an incredible film. It is about an accidental cross-time radio link that connects father and son across 30 years. Dennis Quaid and Jim Caviezel give amazing performances. The script is well written. Gregory Hoblit did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama and suspense. Frequency is a must see.

Justin B (au) wrote: edgy is a term that pertains to certain points in this film. dark and disgusting, keeps me drawn in but lack of reality pushes me away. i can see myself watching one or two more times in my lifetime. although now i know the end and there are truly no surprises in store for the viewer. just bland overall.

Ali E (us) wrote: A decent comedy, however the ending leaves you feeling betrayed in more ways than one

Michelle S (kr) wrote: one of those few movies that my dry eyes actually tear up a few times. very well done melo