Put on your dancing shoes and get ready to Gleek Out This full-length dvd features a set list of Season One's most sensational musical numbers - back to back so the party never has to end. The biggest appeal of GLEE is....the musical numbers Watching them without the storyline interruptions sounds like a good thing.
- Stars:Roy Cheung, Christy Chung, Tony Ho, Winnie Leung, Michael Tse, Eddie Goines, Adrienne Bailon, J.R. Ramirez, Ingrid Clay, Sant'e Andrews, Nadine Ellis, Shanti Lowry, Jackée Harry, Nicole Garza, Dianna Agron, Kristin Chenoweth, Chris Colfer, Brad Ellis, Eve, Jessalyn Gilsig, Josh Groban, Jonathan Groff, Michael Hitchcock, Bill A. Jones, Jane Lynch, Jayma Mays, Kevin McHale, Lea Michele, Cory Monteith,
Put on your dancing shoes and get ready to Gleek Out! This full-length piece features a set list of Season One's most sensational musical numbers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Glee Encore torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: This film got a decent review from both "Fangoria" and "Horror Hound" so I thought I'd give it a chance. The reviewers must have seen a different cut of the film than I saw.A group of friends head off to spend a week at a cabin built where the Donner Party met their fate. They are tepidly warned to stay away by Michael Berryman and of course they ignore his warnings. Once they reach the cabins they head out on snowmobiles, except for one girl who falls down in about two feet of snow and has to be rescued. Another in the party sees a strange girl who tells him to go away, but SURPRISE she's not really there. Was she a ghost or is he just having another psychotic episode?When the men find the caretaker dead in the snow, they realized there's a problem. But they can't get down the mountain because of the awful weather! We know it's bad because they keep mentioning the storm, although it's clear there are only a few flakes drifting by the windows. The next day, there is a whopping three inches of snow on the cars, apparently far too much to try to drive to town. So two characters find the caretaker's snow cat and go for help. The are never seen again.The crazy guy continues to get crazier and the single guy keeps trying to score with the single girl. We find out that since the Donner incident, someone has gone Jack Torrence in that location about every 25 years. We learn this from a collection of newspaper clippings, although nobody explains whose been keeping this scrapbook or how they found actual newspapers to cut up from the late 1800s.For a long time, nobody dies and everybody stumbles over the ridiculous dialogue. Then suddenly people die and the movie ends with no resolution. The good thing is that the film is so poor we don't actually care what happens to the survivors. Live or die, whatever. The acting is painfully bad and the plot had promise but ultimately did not deliver. It's not over-the-top ridiculous enough for SyFy and not so-bad-it's-good. Treat it like yellow snow and just leave it lying where you found it.
(ru) wrote: Time traveling ghost pirates and a solid gold meteor? Seriously? 'You say ridiculous, I say tomato.'
(mx) wrote: if i was few years younger id say yes but its ok
(kr) wrote: This is a very upsetting movie. Excellent.
(br) wrote: You don't know who or what you're praying to, but you pray. You don't even regret the life that you're not gonna have, because by then you'll be dead. And the dead don't feel anything. Not even regret.
(ca) wrote: I havent seen it YET
(de) wrote: Great premise, but the film lacks the substance to carry it through. Tierney is great as always.
(ag) wrote: This is the perfect "short epic". You follow this young man in the ideal fish-out-of-water journey, all for his loyalty to his parents to give the proper funeral service. The ending is nothing short of absolutely beautiful. A great mixture of beautiful scenery, symbolic images, hilarious bits of dialogue, and a great deal of sympathy for Hirata, this is one of the very few feature films I actually enjoyed watching in film class. And I have to say this again: SUCH a beautiful ending.
(ca) wrote: The worst jason movie , *thumbs down* aweful
(kr) wrote: Revu hier soir et pris une bonne claque !!
(nl) wrote: First, I saw that this movie has Jerry Lews and Tony Curtis and I flipped. Then I saw the trailer for the movie and fipped again. So I'm trying to find the opportunity to watch it. I know it'll be great.
(es) wrote: Richard Gere puts hamsters up his arse
(ru) wrote: BLAND FILM CENTERING ON RACISM IN THE SOUTH AND THE KKK. SURPRISINGLY HIGH CALIBRE CAST WITH RICHARD BURTON AND LEE MARVIN. THE FILM IS JUST BLAND, NOTHING MUCH TO OFFER. THE PLOT ISN'T VERY INTERESTING.
(kr) wrote: An endearing and sublimely beautiful piece of film history. Arguably, Chaplin's masterpiece, just barely edging out "The Gold Rush".A masterful piece of silent era filmmaking so timeless and yet so brilliantly about a place in time. It lives in the 1930s almost as vividly as it lives in the heart of the viewer. So lovely in Chaplin's admiration of the beautiful flower girl (played with magnetic sweetness by Virginia Cherrill) and so thoroughly hilarious in its hijinks with the millionaire (played with superior comedic ability by the great Harry Meyers) even after over eighty years. It tells such a tender and sweet story; performing a cinematic high wire act of balancing outlandish slapstick humor with moments of subtlety and nuance not commonly found in silent cinema, nor in modern film for that matter."City Lights" is a work of sheer genius that thrives on the ceaselessly funny shoulders of the Tramp, a true cinematic renaissance man that showed the power of the image before film had a voice.Also, just as an aside, if that final shot doesn't melt your heart, you may have fallen asleep or are otherwise without a soul.
(gb) wrote: This is the best Sly Stallone movie outside of Rocky there is!
(us) wrote: I enjoyed the movie. Vivian is such a sweet girl full of insecurities. But I felt that it didn't have a proper closure in the end. I mean, Rita seemed to care of Vivian. Nonetheless she left her alone, without a female figure to guide her.