Rhino Entertainment captured every epic note from that blistering summer day in Chicago and will release over four hours of Crossroads Guitar Festival 2010. Fans around the world will have ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Crossroads Guitar Festival
Rhino Entertainment captured every epic note from that blistering summer day in Chicago and will release over four hours of Crossroads Guitar Festival 2010. Fans around the world will have ...
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Michael D (de) wrote: Loved this movie. It makes me inspired to get good at one thing that I can make progress at doing it better. Loved this movie.
Kenie H (de) wrote: This movie changed my life. I love it so much I would watch it again and again and again and again.
Phanprasit B (ru) wrote: Meaning of the family was beautifully portrayed in this touching story. Good watch for the Father's day.
Nayeli G (ag) wrote: good and weird (but that's obvious) and some pretty cool music, it even has a twist!... it gets confusing but... it's interesting enough.
Pavandeep S (de) wrote: By far one of the best films made in my opinion. Stunningly well-directed and the script was amazing. You always fear the melodramatic ending of such films but none of it here broke down into a mishmash of purposeful sobs for the sake of following some criteria for such genre, instead, you have a powerful, compelling story of tradition and where each character is in some ways immensely flawed 'cept for the oldest son.
Ryan H (ru) wrote: B-grade action at it's best. Think 'hard target', but strickly for fan's of the genre.
Sean H (br) wrote: Run of the Mill. But... its the Duke so why not.
james f (es) wrote: Surprisingly funny, is bad idea to movie with good result
Louis R (jp) wrote: 29 Years ago today the epic battle that was the turning point of WW 2 in the Pacific ended. It was sort of a "Chess Game" between our best Admirals and their counterparts of the Japanese Navy. In the battle, all which involved aircraft carriers, wee destroyed 4 Japanese carriers and put them on the defensive just 6 months after our devastating defeat at Pearl Harbor.
Barney o (de) wrote: WHAT I LIKED: The ironically named "Marc-Webb"s Spider-Man may not be as fun as Raimi's trilogy, but it's more refined because of it. Here, we finally get a delicately told origin, an emotionally-engaging love story, and some character development that everyone can get into. Andrew Garfield delivers an excellent performance along the way, both as Peter, and as the web-slinger himself.WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: As ever with Spider-Man, it can't quite shake the oddly annoying elements that plagued the first ones also. The 'schoolboy hero who won't ever do the thing the audience wants,' is even more of a pain in a film that takes itself that bit more seriously.VERDICT: A more serious Spider-Man thanks to Andrew Garfield. Whether you like that or not is the question, but it's arguably a more interesting film because of it.