Show acústico da cantora, gravado para o especial da MTV. Aqui estão releituras de grandes sucessos de sua carreira e participações especiais, como da Nação Zumbi, Xix e Nando Reis que produziu o show. O DVD traz ainda o making of, discografia e fotos. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Steven S (fr) wrote: Some good performances, but a weak story
Andrew B (ca) wrote: I(TM)ve not seen the film yet, but look forward to seeing it. I(TM)ve always felt North America needed to kick the oil habit. Petroleum will always have a need, however, in ways that are beneficial to man, not ultimately destructive. I laugh when I see a petroleum company say we have a century left of fossil fuels to power our cars, trucks and other modes of transportation and natural gas companies saying we have the same amount of time with its supply, because I ask, what then? Keep in mind that if man has not developed a workable alternative, we are leaving our children and grandchildren in a real lurch - and that is not love for our future generations - are we that selfish? Mall 727.
Wahida K (ca) wrote: It is not a secret that the relationship between Dharmendra and his Son Sunny and Bobby is still "tensed" for over decades. For one reason because Dharmendra left their Mother to marry Hema Malini, Reason 2 Dharmendra converted in to Islam just to marry Hema, because hinduism doesnt allow 2 wives at a time. What was a scandal as he missused a Religion for his own needs and teared a family appart.Deol Family is a bag which began Legend and turned in to Scandal that the next Deol Generation will have to bite the wormed apple in Bollywood industry. FOREVER! I am really curious how could these three guys manage to work in a Movie? Not expecting answers from this Movie curios of the "Facade"
Cris M (ag) wrote: Dark, Gloomy but AWESOMELY ORIGINAL!!! And the Blonde Actress is a knock out!
Tania C (gb) wrote: These are cute n fun love pixar's shorties
Ryan M (it) wrote: One of my favorites of all-time!
Cherie T (mx) wrote: am i the only one who still loves louis l'amour westerns?
Eric R (it) wrote: Thunderbolt and Lightfood is part character study, part road movie, part caper flick about a retired theif, Thunderbolt (Clint Eastwood) and a young drifter, Lightfood (Jeff Bridges) whose chance meeting leads them after long-lost money from an old robbery which Thunderbolt committed. The reason this film succeeds so well is it's free-flowing narrative. It's rather hard to explain, cause there definitely is a concrete plot, but the film really focuses on these characters, as we follow them on their crazy adventure. It's a film that relies much more on the interactions between these two men, richly developing the two characters and showing the viewer the type of men they are through these interactions more so than focusing on the narrative, which works extremely well in this film. The chemistry between Bridges and Eastwood is really stellar stuff. Watching Bridges young, carefree ladies-man character play off the older, stern Eastwood is a thing of beauty. While the film is well shot, it's not nearly as concerned with image as some of Cimino's later films, opting to focus more-so on character, which I think Cimino's later work would suffer from doing too much of the opposite. It's so much fun yet has some dramatic moments, including a strong emotionally resonant endings. Definitely the best thing of Cimino's I have seen.
Amanda P (au) wrote: It's cute but not as good as Cars.
Tevi S (nl) wrote: One of the best guilty pleasure ever made.. It's light, cool, touching, feel good and heart warming.. Watch it with the right spectacles and you will have fun..
Keeley S (jp) wrote: this film is more stupid than Curtis' face
Dimitrisfl D (ru) wrote: Mister Hitvhcock never dissapoints me as a director, so the fact that this film was boring as hell was the writer's fault. Technically it didn't lack of anything, but still, I wanted something more.
Kandis A (gb) wrote: A well thought out plot!!!!
Jeff A (it) wrote: John C Reilly and Sarah Silverman in a Disney animation with generous helpings of the pathos that always wins me over.