Britney: For the Record
An introspective documentary which chronicles pop music queen Britney Spears' return to the spotlight after her much-publicized professional and personal struggles. Honest, raw and revealing, the one-hour special shares some of Spears' most intimate moments in the span of 60 days, and gives fans an inside look at Britney in the recording studio and on set filming the music videos for one of music's most triumphant comebacks.
- Stars:Britney Spears, Jamie Spears, Larry Rudolph, Adam Leber, Edan Yemini, Brett Miller, André Fuentes, Patrick DeMarchelier, Barry Weiss, Tom Carrabba, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Seth Stewart, Christopher Neal Jackson, Randy Phillips, Cortney Brabham,
- Director:Phil Griffin,
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Britney: For the Record torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Kinda funny....actually, QUITE funny. But didnt make much sense. lol :-P
(it) wrote: I remember when this was called Grave Encounters... and was good.
(br) wrote: Le petit mort (the little death) is a euphemism for orgasm. Taken literally here, three sex and death related stories come from pervy Britain. The second is quite unexpected.
(de) wrote: Ultimately pointless, as despite being technically a good film it has very little to say. It's frighteningly realistic but then you reach the end and wonder did you really want to have just spent over an hour of your life basically watching a family have their house broken into and proceeded to be beaten and raped? No, not really.
(fr) wrote: This movie came from nowhere. Its a little middle-American indie film that I had never heard of until I saw it advertised on my upcoming orders list. I just finished watching it and it is a fantastic character study. It stars Hal Holbrook in one of the finest performances in his long and successful career. He plays an old man who walks out of his nursing-home and returns to the farm he owned for over 50 years only to find it occupied by new tenants. Being stubborn he squats in the old worker's quarters and wages a personal war against the new family. From there the film becomes a real examination of this old man's mind. He is at the narrow end of life and has nothing to show for it. Everything he knew was taken away and he is doomed to live the rest of his life with regret about many things in his life. Unbeknownst to him, much of his traits are reflected in his newly appointed enemy. Its a slow drama with moments of tension. The performances are exceptional and the relationship he has with his old neighbour is wonderful (some of the best scenes). Well worth a look.
(jp) wrote: Extremely powerful and shocking.
(kr) wrote: The first half is a lot better than the second half. At hour 2, it loses its steam and the comedy isn't as effective. All of the acting is great (finally- Renee Zellweger in something she was meant to play, not something which made me want to kill her) and the 1920s look is perfect. I just wish they edited it to have a great 90 minute movie, not an inconsistent 120 minute one!
(ca) wrote: Gritty and atmospheric, Picture Claire is a dark noir thriller. The story follows a girl who goes on the run after her apartment is burned down, but when she accidentally crosses paths with a smuggler she ends up being pursued by police and gangsters. The film has an interesting cast that features Juliette Lewis, Gina Gershon, Mickey Rourke, and Callum Keith Rennie. And the directing style is quite unusual, using split screens and different color filters. However, the storytelling is extremely poor, as is the character development. While there's some mystery and intrigue to Picture Claire, ultimately it ends up being rather mundane.
(es) wrote: adding based on Joe Bob Briggs recommendation
(br) wrote: This movie has a couple of great sections but sadly they're too disjointed to carry the whole movie. I also don't think it does a good job of embodying his music... which maybe wasn't the point, but I felt like it would have worked hand in hand.
(br) wrote: It's like this thing was genetically designed tom appeal specifically to me. Warren Oates is outstanding. The hundreds of chickens killed during filming is a small price to pay for such awesomeness.
(fr) wrote: hes a pilgrim man a preacher and a problem when hes stoned
(ag) wrote: A big Improvement of degeneration and the best resident evil film to date.
(au) wrote: first two were good and this was the best one. not to mention alot of thought was put into the script. the rest of the franchise lost grasp of cleverly adding in the Shakespearean elements from Romeo and Juliet. that is why this one was a hit not so much with critics but audiences responded because it was a great story with a moderate budget. a film at this level doesn't need a 100 million dollar budget. and this first film understood that with a great cast and slick storyline special effects aren't necessary.
(nl) wrote: a mind fu*k, basically.
(ca) wrote: This just seems like a film which puts Julia Roberts in her typecast scenario of upper class chick flick heroine, riding off the back of Pretty Woman success. It's a bit of a non entity to me and has so many obvious cliche's. Girl realises she loves her best friend, best friend falls for wealthy younger model, and girl resorts to gay best friend as her comforting blanket. I think it's supposed to be funny but I can't really recall too many rib tickling moments, and I felt it was on a road to the obvious ending. In actual fact, the concluding scenes were not what I expected but I still didn't care much for it regardless. There were a few catchy tunes, and some top quality acting from an a-listed cast including Cameron Diaz but the concept of attempting to sabotage your mates wedding to try and win back his affections is frankly quite dull and unoriginal. I actually started to fall asleep during this, but I'm going to put that down to tiredness rather than the quality of film. It seems a bit harsh to slate this because rather than it lacking credibility, I just don't think it was my cup of tea, simple as that. So many of Julia Roberts films tend to blend into one, and I expect that further down the line it's only going to be the one that I remember - Unfortunately on this occasion, this isn' that special one, and never will be :(