Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone

Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone

A career retrospective of Fishbone, an all African-American rock band from Los Angeles who created a high energy blend of funk, metal, ska, and punk and experienced a career as chaotic and unique as the music they created.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:107 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:band,   singer,   singing,  

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Mario R (ca) wrote: Definatley meant for the IMAX screen.

Ken A (mx) wrote: Seriously dodgy on British accents alone. Apart from that just standard fare. Not horrible. Not great.

Adam K (ca) wrote: A gritty and Gothic modern western that that tells a fascinating story. All of its actors give great performances, consisting of Dennis Quaid, Meg Ryan, James Caan, and a young Gwenyth Paltrow in one of her first major roles. It has multiple elements to help it fully succeed, but it falls short when it becomes plagued by a slow pace and build up to what becomes a rather dull and hopeless climax. Its opening scenes are eerie and bloody, introducing you to its darkest aspects, gradually building the romantic area of the plot, which brings great chemistry between Quaid and Ryan (a lot of this can be attributed to the fact that they were married when this was filmed).

Dan G (gb) wrote: Always interesting to go through an auteur's filmography. There's a lot of del Toro's iconography already present here, even in his debut feature.

Sean L (kr) wrote: Among the worst rubber-suit monster movies I've ever seen, this abomination from the early '90s can't decide if it wants to be a corny kids' special or a gross late-night horror picture. Straddling both in lieu of a decision, it lifts a gratingly naive cast and absurdly simple dialog from the former, then the nasty creature effects and wanton violence from the latter. I'd be remiss not to mention the awesomely overblown slash cuts and stock synth sound effects that accompany every change in scenery. Basically this is action porn, with a sketchy storyline and intensely awful acting only present as a means of transport from one slugfest to the next. Problem is, between the imagination-free choreography and the awkward, unwieldy makeup, the fights are just as bad as everything else. Mark Hammill, in one of his darkest days as a professional, dons a ridiculous mustache and oversized leather jacket in a vain attempt to fit the part of a tough, grizzled detective. Like everything else thrown on the screen in this unmitigated disaster, it doesn't work.

Abhijeet B (au) wrote: This is one of my all time FAV. film. The story, performance and the fire of revenge was all so gr8. Amitabh bacchan best performance according to me.

Robert L (br) wrote: Incredible Film Klaus Maria Brandauer is fantastic

Sean N (it) wrote: My girlfriend loves this movie, she say it's the "best movie ever made". Definitely the best horse movie, she says. AND, she thinks it's noteworthy that people don't just look at Phar Lap's race record, as he was the best race horse ever.

Francisco L (gb) wrote: Strong script, well acted, with an interesting story and a thrilling plot, American Hustle bring to us an original and pertinent theme which atmosphere is well represented by it's interesting characters and them dazzling outfits.

Michael H (kr) wrote: Strong performances help an otherwise sluggish story and side stories that push this film past its limits.