Metallica/Slayer/Megadeth/Anthrax: The Big 4 - Live from Sofia, Bulgaria
When the 'Big Four,' Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax shared a stage together on June 22nd, 2010, in Sofia, Bulgaria, it was the moment their fans had waited decades for. That monumental show was beamed live into over 1000 theaters worldwide via satellite.
In 2010, for the first time ever, four giants of metal shared one stage for seven European shows. "Big Four," Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax, the final night, at the Sonisphere ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Metallica/Slayer/Megadeth/Anthrax: The Big 4 - Live from Sofia, Bulgaria torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Well, I read the book many years ago and was stunned by the "facts" presented by "Mr. Burroughs" (Not his real name). The book was very explicit, emotional, raw & heartbreaking. And please, Ryan Murphy??? The guy who has the most scandalous, over the top TV show in American history? (AHS). How dare you whitewash this story and clean everything up to appease straight America into the theaters. It's not your style. Not anymore, anyway. Augusten's age is way off base in the film & the actor portraying him did not look like a 14 year old (and he wasn't, he was 20). The gay sex scenes between him and his older male lover should have been more brazen, more to the point and apparently more factual. The insanity in the Finch home was seriously downplayed in the film, this was a seriously disturbed household. And Augusten's on again/off again, tumultuous relationship with his mom? WAYYY off base in the film VS the book. Not even close. Very disappointing to me. I felt like I watched a PG version film of an NC-17 book. I'm glad Mr. Murphy came to his senses since and has provided us with AHS in all its glory. I just wish he had the balls to push the envelope when he made THIS film.
(es) wrote: OMG All the idiotic American critics who can't count to 10 found this movie too complex to understand .... one of the greatest romance movies I've ever seen.
(ca) wrote: Ok, so it's a bit silly but how can you not love it. Seriously mermorable one liners, lots of laughs, fantastic music, Peti'samazing hair that just lasts and lasts and really strong women that put most feminists to shame without losing their sexuality.
(ca) wrote: The film starts with the notorious mobster Bugsy taking care of business in New York before he departs for Los Angeles to expand the rackets of his organized mob group in the west coast. The film begins strong, Warren Beatty comes off as the charismatic sociopath who understands the bigger picture of business with vision better than others, but not the specifics. Annette Bening also turns in a great performance as the mistress of Bugsy who left his wife and kids in New York. It was interesting to see how the brutal side of Bugsy could also be attractive to women. One fascinating scene occurs when Beatty and Bening have their first conversation at his place. The camera stays behind a projector screen and we only see their shadows as their flirtations take place. It included excellent performances by Ben Kingsley and Harvey Keitel. Once the narrative turned to the building of the first grand casino in Las Vegas, the film seemed uneven. Beatty's performance in the second act did not exude the same charism or confidence exhibited in the first act. It could be a sign that Bugsy was a transformed man as he got involved with his mistress Virginia, or an inconsistent performance. The film did not do much to explore the transformation aspect, so it is hard to tell. The main issue I had is that Bugsy was presented as a straight double personality. There was no sense of continuity between his different roles as part of a mob association, leader of the west coast operations, lover, husband and father. I understand that he would deal with each group differently, but there has to be something in Bugsy's character that he cannot hide because it is essential to who he is. That essential characteristic does not quite come through. I think that the rush to cover the building of the Flamingo Hotel-Casino in Vegas took away some of the power from the acting. The script already condensed what took place in a decade in real life to a shorter period in the film. I understand it is difficult to make choices on what to cover or not cover as a biopic. The specific power of scenes from the first act is limited in the second act by a general overview of the development of the casino. Ultimately, it is an entertaining film with praise worthy performances from Beatty and Benning. Some people cannot find or lose the appeal of the gangster genre, but for others this film is strong enough to enjoy.
(de) wrote: "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective" has it's memorable and hilarious moments, but Jim Carrey's performance tends to be over the top for the majority of this film about a pet detective hired to find the missing dolphin of the Miami Dolphins. Despite never having a dull moment, the dirty jokes and goofball nature of Carrey's character starts to become more annoying than funny by the second act.
(gb) wrote: It was an entertaining enough film to keep me interested through out the film. The soundtrack was great as it represented my twenties as well and brought me back to a fond place. I kept reading in so many viewers reviews how this was a direct knock off of American Psycho, which is absolutely false. It's a different time and place and other than that the story differs on every other aspect as well. In this story our lead kills to move ahead in his career and Ian American Psycho he kills because he's compelled to, I would suggest reading a book before making that similarity. This movie kept me entertained.