All Together Now

All Together Now

George Harrison's friendship with Cirque founder Guy Laliberté led them to an inspired idea: bring together the 20th Century's most popular music with the world's greatest circus performers. Though George Harrison passed away before development began, band members Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr; along with Yoko Ono and Olivia Harrison; pushed the vision forward. Using archival materials, interviews, and footage of the rehearsals and performances that chart the creative process, All Together Now charts the story of this bold collaboration and the resulting live show. This GRAMMY® Award-winning film takes you from the studio, as musical directors George and Giles Martin reshaped The Beatles' original masters into an original, vibrant soundscape, to the historic opening night in Las Vegas.

The story behind the partnership between The Beatles and Cirque du Soleil that resulted in the Las Vegas stage production of "LOVE." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Guido S (nl) wrote: Has some funny moments, but is just a 90 minute rant about how the prequels and special editions suck. Has about 5-10 minutes of interesting topics.

Zinc Z (us) wrote: Vary Vary good worth watching

MariePier D (nl) wrote: L'ambitieuse Katie (est-ce qu'elle peut jouer autre chose d'une fille ambitieuse?) est-elle folle? Non, elle a l'air si normale! Quoi, omg! c'est pas possible! Regardez-le pour comprendre! Et Charlie Hunnam, y est hot mais c'est comme juste une sosie de Chad Michael Murray...

Payten B (ru) wrote: Not as good as the first, but still, I love me some Cruella Devil.

Matt S (jp) wrote: I May not care for religion but that doesent mean i dont know a good musical when i see it, this film is dazzling in colors and fun, another brilliant piece of work from mr Andrew Lloyd Weber

Nicolas I (it) wrote: The Godmother or not.

Frances H (jp) wrote: A powerful drama from the pen of the late Rod Serling, also author of Requiem for a Heavyweight, set in the last days of the Warsaw Ghetto. Although showing conditions there as better than they were, as evidenced by actual footage shot by the Nazis themselves, the message is one we all need to hear--violence and hatred only lead to more violence and hatred. Only by calling upon our human power to forgive can we make the world a place fit to give our children and save the species and the planet in this age of nuclear weapons.

Michael F (ca) wrote: not as good as the first 2

giresse K (kr) wrote: I wanna see this move again.. It has been long time since I saw it

bill s (au) wrote: If the 70's were as lame as this movie they'd of never made this movie.