Cher: Live in Concert from Las Vegas
Live in Concert is the second live music video title by singer and actress Cher. Released by HBO in 1999, it contained footage from Cher's Do You Believe? Tour specials filmed at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Paradise, Nevada in 1999. It featured tracks from Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves album to Believe album, alongside various covers. She has 7 costume changes by stylist Bob Mackie.
- Stars:Cher, Bubba Carr, Aaron James Cash, Suzanne Easter, Kristin Willits, Tovaris Wilson, Addie Yungmee, Paul Mirkovich, Don Boyette, Stacy Campbell, Pattie Darcy, Mark Schulman, Darrell Smith, David Barry, Sonny Bono,
- Director:David Mallet,
Live in Concert is the second live music video title by singer and actress Cher. Released by HBO in 1999, it contained footage from Cher's Do You Believe? Tour specials filmed at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Paradise, Nevada in 1999. It featured tracks from Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves album to Believe album, alongside various covers. She has 7 costume changes by stylist Bob Mackie. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Cher: Live in Concert from Las Vegas torrent reviews
(de) wrote: a rare jewel that made me laugh out loud until I cried, and cry out loud until I laughed
(kr) wrote: Superbly done doco from Grohl. A great story and I enjoyed them showing the soundtrack recording at the end. Some massive albums made here. Great collaborations in the soundtrack album.
(mx) wrote: Sombre and pretty depressing journey of a man in purgatory. As he tries to juggle his different worlds and responsibilities and set up a life for his kids after he passes. Bardem gives an amazing performance.
(it) wrote: Cruder than I expected but pretty funny most of the time.
(de) wrote: An excellent Jitsuroku eiga/semi-doc styled film that combines historic footage with the director's firsthand experience with the subject, survivor interviews, extensive recreations, and fine narration Yoshio Harada. The implosion of the radical left was personally experienced by Wakamatsu, and he is indeed still unable to enter the US due to his involvement with the radical Japanese left. He brutally depicts how factionalism, personality, ideological fanaticism, and simple cruelty result in the most depraved sort of behavior in the name of ideals. Koji Wakamatsu's additional mastery of the Pinku eiga genre lends him the ability to recreate scenes of Communist self-criticism which are quite unsettling. It is perhaps more disturbing than the violence of his related work in Ecstasy of the Angels, because of the direct historic facts depicted, Jitsuroku-style. Such scenes as a young woman instructed to punch her own face into a pulpy mass, ostensibly to remedy her counter-revolutionary narcissism, are tought to watch. But the point at hand is clear - elevating ideology above human sentiment can allow the worst aspects of human nature to masquerade as high-minded idealism.Wakamatsu interestingly uses Jim O'Rourke to provide a subdued, rock-influenced score that actually fits extremely well. Leads Go Jibiki & Akie Namiki are excellent, and action star Tak Sakaguchi is actually pretty good in a smaller but dramatic role.
(mx) wrote: 74% Average horror flick and not Yuzna's best.
(ca) wrote: the chemistry between sharif and boulanger was very convincing. sharif had some pretty humorous lines in there... it left me wondering if any father would have done as much for his teenage son in real life. good movie :)
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(mx) wrote: The direction is great, as always with John Frankenheimer. Was he a little less focused than usual? Yeah, but he still maintained his strong sense of atmosphere. This movie's poor reception isn't at all his fault. This is just one of those cases where poor performances beat out solid direction in the end.
(de) wrote: This movie was really funny!
(jp) wrote: No real point to it, but I would want my own Billy Jack as a bodygaurd
(br) wrote: Feels like someone found the 2/4's part of the script in the woods somewhere but didnt have the rest- decided to make the movie anyway and got lost.
(nl) wrote: This is a great angsty little indy film and that's good enough, but the reason I think everyone should see it is to see Quentin Tarantino's diatribe on "Top Gun" and the homoerotic subtext therein. It is priceless!