Hey, Hey, It's the Monkees
Hey, Hey, It's the Monkees is a one-hour comedy special televised on the ABC Network on Monday February 17, 1997. The show features all four of the original Monkees and would be the last time Micky Dolenz, Davy Jones, Michael Nesmith, and Peter Tork would appear together. Michael Nesmith wrote and directed the program.
- Stars:Davy Jones, Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith, Peter Tork, John Brockman, Bill Martin, Sarah Lee Jones, James Williams, Mia Perez, Marco Rea, Jon Greene, Chuck Woolery, Gillian Holt,
- Director:Michael Nesmith,
- Writer:Michael Nesmith
This hour-long special that aired on ABC finds Davy, Micky, Peter, and Mike loking back on the old days (with a medley of their hits) and promoting their 1996 CD "Justus" with 3 music ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hey, Hey, It's the Monkees torrent reviews
(au) wrote: I really like this movie
(it) wrote: Way to Short and boring. No offense to Danny Mcbride
(ag) wrote: Tough to watch but great movie.
(it) wrote: Not as bad as the movie he made with Drew Barrymore about the apartment with the crazy upstairs landlord, but I can't help but to think Ben Stiller made this movie to fulfill a contract quota. A bottom-rate comedy for a top-rate comedian. And the actress who played his wife was plain awful (fortunately, she didn't have too much face-time.)
(it) wrote: The opening scene is one of my favorites of all-time. The rest of the film doesn't quite work, the deliberate pacing of the film seems to over determine its allegories. I know what Tarr is doing here; the correlation between musical theories of tonality and silence to film language, specifically shot and edit, and by extension to the world, birth, order, and chaos. Intellectually its fascinating but as a film it lacks the manic miserableness of the Eastern European New cinemas of the 60' it recalls in its material, particularly the absurdist resignation to disorder of the Czech films of the late 60's, or the passionate asceticism of the long take utilized by people like Dryer, Reygadas, or Angepoulos.
(ca) wrote: Interesting though ultimately rather hollow movie about a rich dude who destroys his marriage to an elegant, intelligent, gorgeous women out of love/sexual passion for his frumpy, unattractive secretary of no discernable charm. His attraction is unexplained, for such--the movie seems to think--is the mysterious nature of love and sexual attraction. Maybe so (though I don't quite buy it), but this movie has no insight and little real feeling to offer.
(ca) wrote: Reaction Shots, The Musical!
(kr) wrote: A fantastic, seemingly forgotten, Disney classic in the tradition of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Mysterious Island, and Swiss Family Robinson, this film finds the children of a lost seaman and their strange friend the Professor in all sorts of perilous places. With a certain strange wonder more common in films of the era (though not completely absent today), the world becomes a rich tapestry of adventure and excitement. Cool effects and nice sets. Good, solid family watching.
(it) wrote: Saw this with my father, in a theater in Manhasset's "Miracle Mile", in 1960. Decided on the spot that I loved British Comedy better than American Comedy and have never looked back. Hattie Jacques (better known for some Carry On films) was beyond hysterical. Billie Whitelaw was trying her hand at a mainstream film after a distinguished career collaborating with Samuel Beckett and was just wonderful in a straight role. One of the great unsung British Comedies of all time.
(es) wrote: It was a dumb-laugh kind of movie. I did enjoy some of the dumb jokes. If you are in the mood for cursing / dumb / mocking religion / vulgar humour this is the movie. Putting Anna Kendrick and John Francis Daley was a great choice! They act well together. I hope to see them again together in future movies. It's a stay-at-home rainy day kind of movie. Not a good movie if you are religiously Catholic...
(br) wrote: I cant guess the ending
(kr) wrote: Not a bad film just wasn't a good one either!