L'ELISIR D'AMORE tells the story of a young man in love with a local beauty, but too shy to do anything about it. A “love potion” – really a bottle of Bordeaux sold by the quack doctor, Dulcamara – enables young Nemorino to feel just brave enough to make his feelings known. However, as he does so by playing hard-to-get, he incites Adina to declare her feelings for the cavalier Sergeant Belcore instead. The resulting shenanigans involve a rich, deceased uncle, a chorus of women who know people's business before they do themselves, and a lot of cheap wine. This being comic opera at its best, the show ends happily for all involved, with Adina and Nemorino finally finding solace in each other's arms. Kathleen Battle and Luciano Pavarotti star in this 1991 Metropolitan Opera production of the Donizetti opera conducted by James Levine. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Chris H (ca) wrote: Oh man, this is something else. You get the true "fly on the wall" feeling with this so called documentary. The horror genre has many films that used the 'found footage' approach to give a sense of total realism, and although this isn't a found footage film, the approach and feeling is very similar. Curtis Snow steals a hand held camera during a potential drug deal, and from there he has every moment possible of his life filmed. What we see is a first hand account of what life as a robber and drug dealer living in the projects of Atlanta is like. There's no Hollywood polish. There's no intended moral to the story other than what you want to read into it. It just is what it is. The daily struggles of a person who lives a life most of us have no clue about. The highs and lows. The drama and paranoia. The drugs and guns and shots fired. The issues of being a father on top of that. It's all here. And it's a must watch if you ask me.
Sierra S (de) wrote: omg it was one of the best movies I want to see it again and again
Veronica B (br) wrote: Acting was terrible! I can't believe EG Daily has reduced herself to this. Storyline was ok, but it dragged all the way.
Sean P (ca) wrote: It is a classic from my childhood. The story is pretty basic and I'd call it starter Sci-Fi (flying saucer, talking AI, some minor aliens, and time travel). Still as a children's movie it is pretty good. SJP has a bit part and it even has the guy from WKRP..
Lesley N (jp) wrote: "LAPD-officer-turned-UN-spy, Cleopatra Jones, hooks up with a handsome thief as she tries to keep a diabolical weapon from being used against the UN Secretary General". Well that's a pile of nonsense. Cleopatra Jones, US special agent, heroine and goddess to all fights the baddies (drug barons, dirty cops, Huggy Bear, etc etc) and frees the world of crime. Or something. Either way, you know the storyline is going to involve all your 70's favourites, such as made-fo-TV action sequences, funky outfits and dodgy dialogue. The script and the music aren't a spit on The Mack, but the plot sits easier on 21st century sensibilities and Tamara Dobson is beeeauttiful.... even if she can't fight for toffee.
J W (ru) wrote: Favorite Elvis movie
Tim M (us) wrote: I've always been a David Cronenberg fan, but this was bleh.
Cody W (gb) wrote: Was a great movie. Nice act and keeps you wondering. Never saw the ending coming.