Since 1978, Anvil has become one of heavy metal's most influential yet commercially unsuccessful acts. In 2006, after a fledging European tour Anvil sets out to record their thirteenth album and continue to follow their dreams. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Anvil: The Story of Anvil
Since 1978, Anvil has become one of heavy metal's most influential yet commercially unsuccessful acts. In 2006, after a fledging European tour Anvil sets out to record their thirteenth album and continue to follow their dreams.
- Stars:Daniel Carlisle, Todd Kubrak, Emily Peck, Marja Lewis Ryan, Liz Osborn, Lisa Bierman, Tadia K. Taylor, Jessie Paddock, Natasha David, Joe Chiotalo, Chelsea Thornton, Stephanie Gentry, Adam Klesh, Jaclyn Steinhart, Scott Ian, Lemmy, Malcolm Dome, Lars Ulrich, Slash, Tom Araya, John Zazula, Steve 'Lips' Kudlow, Robb Reiner, Cut Loose, Mad Dog, Gary Greenblatt, Toby Kudlow, Jane Reiner, Andrea Reiner,
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Manda L (fr) wrote: Never saw him as a human instead of a Kungfu master in most of the time.
Juste F (fr) wrote: I love it!You never know if she's real or he's dreaming til the end :)
Mikey S (jp) wrote: If it's not broking don't fix it This was crap and not as funny as the original and it all around blew PASS
Harry W (ca) wrote: Death at a Funeral is one of the funniest films I have ever seen.Death at a Funeral is full of classic British humour, which Americans will never be able to understand, so they tried to remake it, and the remake would suck. That's a guarantee.Doing that is just tampering with a classic, cause that's what this film is. An absolute classic with an exceptional ensemble cast. Most notably, Alan Tudyk gives his funniest peformance ever, and remembering he also can pull off a serious role like in Firefly makes me think that he is gonna go to unknown extents with his capabilities.And uncle alfie, the dude with the weird smile and the dwarf are just altogether the greatest comedic ensemble cast I've eve seen. Seriously, this film should have won best picture at the oscars. But like I said, americans don't understand it, but british humor is the best type of humor ever
Michelle C (br) wrote: the story was good but there's something lacking about the background of the machine. effects, casting, acting, editing and scoring were all good too.
James H (gb) wrote: 5.5/10. Not too bad, but not very appealing and I had a hard time staying interested in it. The cast is there - no one stands out and this kind of film really needs a few outstanding performances to work.
Brian L (br) wrote: Science Fiction before there was science fiction. Is a great story and told only as Disney can.
Ric D (jp) wrote: i just watched this movie again, Liotta and Sutherland are awesome, Keith David and Eli Wallach give great performances in supporting roles, very important to the film.
Daniel M (us) wrote: wow. what a diverse actor. too bad there hasn't been one of those since he died.
Private U (fr) wrote: Before Memoirs of a geisha, there's My Geisha. This movie is wickedly funny. Its funny how Ms. MacLaine is learning to become a Geisha. I recommend this movie.
Tracey c (mx) wrote: Just brought makeing comments so much later..
Indu R (br) wrote: Not as good as the prequel as it was not as funny and entertaining.
Kyle B (gb) wrote: Great ensemble work especially from Sally Field in one of her best performances.