Lightning in a Bottle

Lightning in a Bottle

On February 7th, 2003, renowned artists across multiple music genres and generations commandeered the stage at New York City's Radio City Music Hall to pay tribute to their common heritage and passion - the blues. Shared with thousands of fans in attendance, legendary performers from roots, rock, jazz and rap joined forces for a once-in-a-lifetime "Salute To The Blues" benefit concert whose proceeds went to musical education.

Antoine Fuqua's documentary on the blues, shot at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Lightning in a Bottle torrent reviews

Carlos M (br) wrote: Despite the great soundtrack, here is a frustrating movie that shows every sign that it could have been great, with a lot to say about moving on and opening our hearts up to something new, but the payoff is contrived and doesn't ring half as true as what came before it.

Tom W (de) wrote: Terrible film!! Idris Elba was ok in the lead but the plot was poor, the support acting weak and I found myself continually checking to see how long was left. Glad I watched it though, just so I can warn others to avoid it! Elba can definately do better than this.

Roxanne R (nl) wrote: It was quite good and entertaining! Especially the performance by Michelle Wolff as Lou.

Tim W (nl) wrote: Pokes fun at Canada (as a Canadian, I can take a joke, and found it amusing) but even funnier still is how much it makes fun of America with an abundance of stereotypes. An amusing political satire that could have been much better, but I still enjoyed it. Quite the cast too. 6.5/10

Austin A (br) wrote: This movie gains a star and a half for being unintentionally hilarious. Definitely the sort of movie you dub over with your own dialogue. Charlie Sheen hangs out the back of a moving airplane like he's doing a pull-up. The final shot is of a 3-legged dog. I was laughing so hard by the end I had to wipe away a lone tear.

Armando B (jp) wrote: This wasn't too bad, loads of sex scenes, good acting from its main cast. Sharon Stone is one of the hottest actresses of her era. This is what you can expect from a 90's movie. So for this being a good solid film, I give " Sliver" a C-.

Kevin N (ru) wrote: Not funny... the only thing a movie like this should be is funny...

Mmmmmmm M (jp) wrote: Jim Jarmusch - grest film-maker. This is oblique and strange. Bloody clever though

Justin G (us) wrote: #1 countdown to 2000 ratings

Andrew G (fr) wrote: I really enjoyed this film as it does show the dangers of social media and the strong possibility of falling victim to "Cyber Bullying". The film has a very similar storyline to another film called "Shattered Silence". Although the film has no tips on how to prevent being cyber bullied it does help create awareness that the attacks can happen anywhere to anyone.

Corbin P (mx) wrote: Personally I thought this was a very solid romantic drama by actor/director Chris Evans. Yes it may have your typical clichs, but the addition of the realistic relationship between the two leads is what made it a lot more appealing. Plus the fact the situations that Evans and Eve deal with are so relatable. It's a very charming and enjoyable watch on Netflix.