Madonna: The MDNA Tour

Madonna: The MDNA Tour

Madonna returns to stadiums and arenas for her ninth tour, and the highest grossing tour of 2012! EPIX is proud to exclusively broadcast this thrilling, dazzling, cutting edge and controversial concert. In HD.

Madonna returns to stadiums and arenas for her ninth tour, and the highest grossing tour of 2012! EPIX is proud to exclusively broadcast this thrilling, dazzling, cutting edge and controversial concert. In HD. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Madonna: The MDNA Tour torrent reviews

Nadeem M (br) wrote: An Absolute Piece of Art ... !!!

Orlok W (es) wrote: Stylistically strong and tonally mysterious. A clever and thought-provoking animated film noir--Astonishing animated art-house drama!!

Thomas J (jp) wrote: Interesting to see how a knock off of a western television show is made in a country with such strict laws regarding music, dance and even television in general make everything more difficult. What I enjoyed seeing most was how some people live with the fear instead of backing down on their "progressive" ideas. Americans need to be reminded how lucky we are and even what we are fighting for when we try to expand democracy. They feel voting for a singer is exercising democracy, but also live with fear they can lose their favorite new tv show at the same time.

Calvin H (gb) wrote: I watched about 10 minutes.

Ersavas G (gb) wrote: crash course for the sound of istanbul..very nice semi-doc.

John W (ru) wrote: Very cool style and excellent writing. Good music, too!

Alden P (fr) wrote: This film is carried by the shoulders of Jamie Foxx's performance. His portrayal of Ray Charles is electrifying as well as genius, if I may say so. But I think it relies on Foxx too much that it loses focus on other aspects.

Andrew L (ca) wrote: Not worth kids wanted me to see it with them.

Asa B (ru) wrote: Overly long,overly soppy and the presence of baseball doesn't really help. Why did I watch it? Simple: Kevin Costner.

Jarret C (es) wrote: This movie is a complete travesty. Now, after watching it twice in my life, I've wasted about four hours of my life that are non-refundable. Michael Bay should simply not be allowed to do anything besides jockey grocery bags at Save-a-lot. It's sorta like someone gave Michael Bay all the ingredients for a great cheesecake, and said "Here's everything you need Michael, just put it together and cook it and it will turn out great." But instead, he looked at all the ingredients for a few minutes, made a giant raspberry noise, spit in his palm and smashed the ingredients off the table. Then he walked over to the fridge and took out a block of cheese and a loaf of bread, put the two items on the floor, dropped trou and deuced on em, stomped the cheese with his clod-hoppers, and then put on a dress and squatted on the broadside of a tennis racket. Then he took the poopy racket, the mushed cheese and the trampled bread and handed it to the public and said "I MADE A CHEESECAKE FOR YOUUU" How do you screw up a great concept, great cast, and infinite budget??? OH i know how, you add 240 excessive explosions, a really annoying Aerosmith song, and put Michael Bay in the directors chair. Thank God he didn't make me deal with Shia Labouf again. Thank god he didn't cast Steven Tyler for a speaking role. And thank the merciful god above that they won't let him touch any thing else besides the already rotten egg series that is Transformers. In closing, I hope Michael Bay gets smashed in the face by a damn asteroid.

Brandon B (mx) wrote: fun and romantic gay teen film dealing with homosexuality!

Andrew H (gb) wrote: One of the best movies I've seen recently! A female gang that kicks serious ass, I absolutely loved this movie! I must seek out more movies By Jack Hill now! I got the DVD, and fuck it was ruined by Tarantinos face!

Corey W (de) wrote: Tatsuya Nakadai is back-in one of his best roles ever. Although this film can be confusing at times to Western sensibilities, it draws you in and keeps you watching nonetheless, up to the bloody and incredible finally. Much has been said about the ending, so I won't elaborate here. This is one of Nakadai's best roles. Right up there with Harakiri and my personal fav, Lord Hidetora in Ran. I prefer those films to this one, but that's not to take anything away from Okamoto's masterpiece. Absolutely worth a peek.

Jamie B (ca) wrote: The only thing more disturbing than Crumb was the rest of his crazy family that was featured in his film. Totally get why his sisters declined to be interviewed for this.

Dan F (ca) wrote: Rafe Spall is not a typical leading man, and his brand of incredibly awkward humour suits the film very well. While this sort-of-rom com is unbelievable, it is still an entertaining about turn of the genre wrapped in the usual cliches.

Ryan V (de) wrote: A naive rich girl (Claudette Colbert) runs away from her daddy since he's trying to annul her marriage to a dippy cad. She runs afoul of a smarmy journalist (Clark Gable) who sees her headline-grabbing escapades as his ticket to a hot story. The pair initially despise each other, but this is a screwball comedy and we all know where that goes. It Happened One Night swept the Oscars and it established genre tropes that romcoms follow to this very day, but it's still easy to forget how funny its dialogue can be or how excellent the actors are in their roles. Consideration is also due to director Frank Capra for his slick pace, unpretentious photography, and keen eye for properly framing his stars.

Tim S (de) wrote: When it comes to sleazy action movies that don't make a lot of sense narratively or even logically, you can't get much better than something like Miami Connection. That's a movie that's just chock full of moments that you leave you questioning the actions of the people who made it. That movie could also pass for a PG rating at times because of how straight-laced it is most of the time. There's no nudity, not too much bad language, and not a lot of over-the-top violence, save for the very end. But on the other end of the spectrum is Raw Force, a movie that's Miami Connection's total opposite with heaping amounts of nudity, bad language, and over-the-top violence. Previously known as Kung Fu Cannibals in the U.S., Raw Force is one of those trashy action movies that's never been given a proper home video release until now. It's one of those hidden gems that if you're a good-bad movie fan, you're going to embrace it with open arms. Not a lot makes sense in Raw Force on not just a story level, but with characters as well. And right off the bat, you know you're in for a good-bad movie when somebody like Cameron Mitchell pops up on the screen, who, in my estimation, is one of the reigning kings of bad movie actors. All you have to do is look up the fantastic trailer for this movie and you'll know exactly what you're in for. This is a movie that's out to satisfy its audience with all of the carnage and nudity that one could hope for in a movie as silly and over-the-top as this one is. As a consequence, it's one of my new favorite good-bad movies.