Part of the Weekend Never Dies
A documentary about Soulwax: Director Saam Farahmand filmed Soulwax on their recent international dates, capturing all the excitement, chaos and humour of the world tour. Where the Beastie Boys filmed one gig with 50 cameras, Soulwax filmed 120 shows with one camera, in Europe, Japan, US, Latin America and Australia. The result is a snapshot of life on the road with one of the most exciting live bands in the world, and features their friends including 2manyDJ's, James Murphy & Nancy Whang (LCD Soundsystem), Erol Alkan, Tiga, Justice, Busy P, So-Me, Peaches, Klaxons and many more in interview, as well as behind-the-scenes footage, and LOTS of music.
Rockumentary about the brothers Dewaele. They became a worldwide phenomenon through Soulwax and 2manydj's. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Part of the Weekend Never Dies torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Robert Altman uses his street cred to phone in a few favors, namely "will you be in my next film? You get to play yourself." There's a plot here, murder or something, some adultery, some lying, but it's way secondary to the taking of this over-an-hour-long Hollywood selfie that has so many cameos that you'll be wondering when a fresh face arrives onscreen if they're integral to the plot or simply another celeb strolling past the camera to wave at you. Behind the scenes, a idea for a film drama portraying "real life" is pitched, meant to have no stars in it at all to detract from focusing on the story. Guess what?
(kr) wrote: "There's a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in." Bittersweet, bookish drama in beautiful settings: autumnal Luxembourg Gardens, a gorgeous Saint-Germain flat and a seaside getaway in St Malo. Michael Caine plays a very likeable but (re)tired Philosophy professor from Maine and to a large extent this is a story about an unlikely friendship. My problem is that I don't find the character Pauline very interesting.
(it) wrote: Loosies proves that a low budget movie can be better than its more expensive cousin. Everytime Jaimie Alexander appeared on the screen I could not help but think how beautiful she was.
(it) wrote: The true story of Patrick Chamusso, an apolitical rifinery worker in apartheid South Africa, who becomes an operative for Mandela's ANC after being brutalized by the government. A well written and acted film that explores how excessive and brutal responses to terrorism only creates more terrorists.
(es) wrote: THOUGHT THIS WAS GOOD
(de) wrote: i love fantasy stories like this. It was so sweet and fun. And also i loved Cary Elwes as the bad guy (you know, after the princess bride)
(jp) wrote: Wow, if you like Motown/R&B/Soul from the '60 & '70s at all, this is a must own movie. Fascinating stories from the surviving musicians who played on all those fabulous Motown records in Detroit from 1959 - 1973. And unbelievable performances by other artists with the original musicians. Big stand-out: Joan Osborne singing "What Becomes of the Broken Hearted". Will give ya' chills.
(br) wrote: Postcards from the Edge is an well-acted movie that is at the same time funny and sad, but that in the end of the day its two main actresses can be charismatic enough to superate some uninteresting and cliched scenes.
(fr) wrote: In this movie, Tom Hanks shows what he will go on to be as he matures in his craft. As he matures as a loving son, you can watch his eyes to learn what he is going through and becoming. He shows that the star quality and work ethic existed long before most people recognized him for what he is: a WONDERFUL, FULFILLING ACTOR. I did not like many of his early movies until, after falling in love with him in The Green Mile, I went back and watched them with open eyes. This movie gives glimpses of what is to come. Thank you, Tom Hanks, for being such a giving actor.
(fr) wrote: This is one of my favourite movies. Five modern archetypes, loosely based on Monroe, DiMaggio, McCarthy and Einstein, meet one summer night in a New York hotel room. All the cast is great in this funny, if unsettling fantasy. Even though none of it is real, it touches on some profound truths about life, society and the individuals held up as symbols of how we should be.
(us) wrote: All around worthless 70's trash nonsense don't let the trailer fool you, there are way more better 70's sleaze titles out there. Two girls that are hitchhiking get on abus with some random hippie dude and then they are off, both girls sleep with the hippie and then get the bus stuck in the middle of the swamp with some rednecks with rape on their mind. Boring film with a bunch of bizarre psychedelic scenes thrown in for no reason, lame!
(gb) wrote: One of the most beautiful, heart-jerking historical tales ever; no matter how much it fudges reality. Johnny Depp playing with, and teaching, the boys is a sight yet unequaled in any film.
(ca) wrote: I don't get how this movie has such a bad rating.. I loved it. It took a while to get used to the stye of animation, but it's a great movie for anyone interested in sci-fi and/or animation.