The first-ever official concert film of the electronic band Kraftwerk, taped on its 2004 world tour, supporting its first album of new material in 17 years, "Tour de France Soundtracks."

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:126 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:German,English,French,Japanese,Russian,Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:electronic music,   concert film,  

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Mark A (es) wrote: - very touching to see sunah's character learn that you better know yourself and what suits you before you start a relationship.- koreans have such a deep well of emotions. way to make me depressed on Christmas day.

Private U (kr) wrote: This film is well made - directing and acting is great. But it somehow fails to deliver greatness. By the end it almost seems pointless, but all in all i did like it.

craig c (ca) wrote: A nice little surprise. I probably would have never heard of this movie, if it weren't for my friend Bethany who brought it over last night for a viewing. The movie was a Christmas tale that had some flaws but over all was enjoyable, and brought a few tears to my eyes. If you love Christmas movies, and don't mind a little Christian evangelizing, you should like this movie.

Logan M (ru) wrote: Richard Linklater is recognized for his character studies, and "Tape" has got to be his most twisted and confined.

marc c (es) wrote: Just the right amount of pacing, good effects, nice redesign of a more warrior like Godzilla and creature design, as well as cheesy but nice fight sequences to make this reminiscent of the 70's Godzilla films to win newcomers and fans of the series to start watching Godzilla movies again. A good reminder of why we fell in love with Godzilla to begin with.

Nefert M (br) wrote: A great historical movie.

Andrew O (au) wrote: I don't know why, but the characters in this movie all make me laugh. Especially Ruben Blades and William Russ.

Orlok W (nl) wrote: Excellant Halloween Flick--Definitely entertaining!!

Jonathan P (de) wrote: This film is most often overlooked as just another teen drama. Before I say anything more I'll acknowledge that is exactly what it is. I would however point out that it set itself far apart from the herd in that only being released halfway through the decade Tuff Turf plays out more like a parody or homage to the 1980s filmed a decade or more later. In fact very few films I have ever seen have ever basted in their own decade-ness as this film does. It rivals other 80s standouts like Weird Science and films from other decades like Hackers, Superbad and Saturday Night Fever in this respect. As far as casting goes for teen dramas in the 80s you can't get better than James Spader and Robert Downey Jr..

Andrea D (it) wrote: This is what movies are suppose to be! It awakens your imagination. I so love love love this film! At least no one is getting mustered, car jack, raped, or getting drunk or high!

Bill T (es) wrote: An oddly curious movie. "Jolson Sings Again" is the sequel to "The Jolson Story" (which I have not seen). Both of which star Larry Parks as Jolson) It doesn't matter if you've not seen the first, as the first part of Jolson's life is briefly touched upon, where this movie mainly concentrates on, yes, his later life. Here, he wonders how much his star has faded, and an old agent encourages him to go on USO tours around the world. Unfortunately, it's a bit too much for Al. and he winds up in the hospital. Fortunately for him, he meets a beautiful nurse and marries her. All the while, he wonders what's next for him, as some people in Hollywood have kicked him to the curb. Fortunately, a lucky booking at a benefit re-connects him to the guy who booked the USO tour, he's now a film producer, and he wants to produce... The Al Jolson Story! and here's the guy to play you.... Larry Parks! So yes, we get the ultra-amazing side screen effect of Larry Parks-As-Jolson meeting Younger-Larry-Parks! (Yes, Parks plays Parks). I don't think I've ever seen this technique used before in a biography. It's very startling. Anyways, Jolson gets a second life after the movie with a radio show, and that's when the show ends. There were little teasers towards the end that led me to beloeve they were setting up for a third one, but obviously that didn't happen. I dunno, you may have to REALLY love Jolson to like this (I myself, run hot and cold on him) and it's somewhat super glossy, but entertaining nevertheless.

Scott R (mx) wrote: Great storytelling for its day and a compelling war film to boot. Then one of the characters went to university of Bristol made it all the better.

Sarah R (es) wrote: Fred and Ginger's first movie together-not the best, but the start of something great!

Alejandro G (nl) wrote: more than makes up for the disappointing "Generations"