From Metallica.com 'In June of this year we were fortunate enough to return to Mexico City for three sold out shows at Foro Sol Stadium and with 155,000 of you there over the three nights, we knew it would be extra special. So we asked our friend Wayne Isham to join us with a film crew and the results of that crazy, magical, most memorable long weekend are shown here on this single disc pressing. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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David H (au) wrote: A good Melodrama with Dean Martin, Geraldine Page and Wendy Hiller
Tim R (jp) wrote: A sure entertaining instant classic for the family to enjoy!
Rob S (gb) wrote: Some cool insight into the porn industry, but some really disturbing insight into the man himself.
Kelli R (fr) wrote: Had this DVD as a gift. I was disappointed that this DVD didn't included closed-captioned. Since this was a documentary film, it said a lot about themselves (girl's rock band from the Runaways). It is impossible for me to rate this film when I don't understand what they said.
John S (kr) wrote: It's not much of a good-time comedy, if that's what you're expecting, but it's a decently interesting film. The characters are sort of annoying and the story is kinda messy, but it's mostly tolerable. There are a couple of funny moments and Jack Black and Andy Dick are a delight to see.
Eric H (au) wrote: "Arabesque" is one of those 60's films that mixes political intrigue with tongue-in-check humor that benefits from a stellar cast, featuring Oscar winners Gregory Peck and Sophia Loren. Peck plays a college professor whose talents in deciphering hieroglyphics is needed by an Arabian businessman (Alan Badel) with sinister motives for his homeland.Loren plays Badel's "kept woman" but is hiding her involvement in her benefactor's doings. Her character uses her womanly wiles to encourage Peck's stiff-as-nails professor to "loosen up" somewhat and decode the cipher.Both Peck and Loren play off each other well, equally balancing sexual tension with distrust. Badel exhibits the characteristics of the perfect 60's villain: smooth, devious, and cunning. He would fit perfectly in a Bond film, ranking up there with Blofeld or Goldfinger in the dastardly department.Praise can also be given to Maurice Binder, who contributed the Bond-like opening credits, along with Oscar-winning composer Henry Mancini who composed a thrilling yet playful score.
Cameron F (kr) wrote: A woman's married to a hitman in this dark comedy. This formula worked for Demme with "Something Wild ", but here it misses on many levels.
Ben R (gb) wrote: This is a very very odd Canadian children's movie from the mid 80's. Even though this was beyond creepy and just out there, it had alot of heart.
Mark D (fr) wrote: Two new rules: if a movie has Astaire and Rogers in it, but not as the main characters, no dice; if a movie has warbling in it, same fate.