Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert
In this concert film, 'Hannah Montana' star Miley Cyrus performs a slew of hit songs, including 'Just Like You' and 'Life's What You Make It.'
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Mark K (nl) wrote: A great anti-Nazi resistance movie. Believable and not over dramatic. A great cast of actors makes it even more enjoyable.
Staci R (us) wrote: Starts off funny. Only gets better!
Santosh N (ru) wrote: The Indian Batman movie is here and it's got an ominous soundtrack.
Alejandro C (us) wrote: Empieza bien, pero cuando pasan a la parte de dibujos animados, que es pronto, se vuelve demasiado extraa y aburrida. No he podido terminar de verla.
Ken K (mx) wrote: well done, very interesting story development. another piece of work showcasing hongkong movie making talents.
Derek J (it) wrote: WORST "MOVIE" EVER by a hormonal teen or creepy old man. so far from reality it makes american pie seem nor- mal. none of the characters are redeemable. this isn't a movie, it's a new form of torture, a new low for h-town.
Natasha W (es) wrote: Bullet In a Bible is brilliant....it shows their live shows AND backstage interviews with the band..It has the classic songs like Basket Case, Long View, Hitchin' A Ride and Minority. Some of the scenes are so funny, Green Day are some of the most funny people in the world. I love you Billie Joe, Mike and Tre!!!
Don S (gb) wrote: As it is based on Navajo legend, I was hoping for a much deeper exploration of the topic and the inclusion of Native Americans in the story. I got one Native American in a supporting role and a mere skimming of the legend. The werewolf effects are amongst the worst I've seen in any movie, and I watch a fair amount of low budget movies. Aside from the eminently gorgeous and talented Rhona Mitra, there is not much worth noting here. Rated higher than it should be because of her presence.
Sameer R (us) wrote: This movie has deep meaning..slow yet captivating but the poster for this movie should have been sth else!! anyways worth watching.
Matthew S (br) wrote: This is a perfect example of an enjoyably bad 90s action movie. The presence of a seemingly fictional version of the skydiver subculture (which seems to be 1/3 carny and 2/3 skateboarder) is what makes the movie's action unique. Otherwise, the story is extremely cliched and the characters uninteresting (although silly at times). To use a term from the film, it seems Drop Zone pretty much "burned in."
Andy D (jp) wrote: great movie to watch
Darryl T (mx) wrote: a wonderful litttle indy film about friendship, and loss.
Four Star F (de) wrote: This film is not only a seemingly early form of the French New Wave, it also has many qualities of a documentary, and it is certainly an international film. The film opens with a one night stand between a French actress and a Japanese architect who rendezvous one night in Hiroshima. In the short time they spend together, she reflects on her memories of the city that was not too long ago devastated by the atomic bomb. He often rejects her recollections but nevertheless he cannot bear for her to leave and he continues to pursue her. Eventually in the course of their time together she relates her days back in the town of Nevers in France. During the occupation during the war she had a beau who was German and was eventually killed. The events and aftermath haunted her even many years later. They spend some of their time together walking the streets of Hiroshima and with their time running out they vow to remember each other by Hiroshima and Nevers respectively because their real names are never mentioned. This film begins very much like a documentary on Hiroshima but very quickly it turns into a character study focusing on ideas of love, memory, and personal identity. This film is more about art and expression and it uses quick flashbacks to replicate the past with voice-overs bringing the audience back to the present. That being said it should be treated as such because it truly is a masterpiece from Alain Resnais.
Adrian B (jp) wrote: Three coins, pennies assumedly, were likely used to fund the script and cast members of this enormously dull soaper. A young secretary (Maggie McNamara) heads to Rome, Italy to replace another secretary (Jean Peters) who allegedly is going back to the United States to get married. She meets a man (Rossano Brazzi) that screws everything up. Then there's Dorothy McGuire, Clifton Webb and Louis Jordon that are all part of the forgettable supporting mix. There is no chemistry among the cast members, nor any passion or soul to contribute to the film. Nothing is going on here. I have still have yet to see a good movie with McGuire as she has now entered my least preferred actress books. This film is a prime example of highway robbery, as it was nominated for three Academy Awards including Best Picture (!) of 1954 and was a box office success. People back then deserve better entertainment than this. It's portrayal of Italy is so Hollywoodized. "La Strada," an ITALIAN movie directed by Federico Felini, was released that same year and portrays Italy in a much more natural, more beautiful way than this limpness. "La Strada" is also a great movie in terms of acting and entertainment, one of the best of 1954. This isn't and look at all the nominations it received! Interestingly, this film is part of a group mediocre releases from the 1950's that shares it name with a classic or great song (the other embarrassments are "Love Is a Many Splendored Things" from 1955 and "A Summer Place" from 1959). The one redeeming feature is Frank Sinatra's take on the title tune. Just depressing this movie is and it ranks among the Best Picture nominees "embarrassment" list.
Rudy A (au) wrote: Its plot reminds me of Miller's "Death of a Salesman" without the tragic ending.