Paul McCartney: The Space Within Us

Paul McCartney: The Space Within Us

In 2005, rock legend Paul McCartney crossed America with his record-breaking, sold-out US tour. Now, harnessing the power of more than 25 hi-definition cameras and the thunder of 5.1 digital surround sound, Paul McCartney: The Space Within Us captures this epic experience on DVD.Better than a front-row seat, this feature-length concert film takes viewers onto this stage and beyond, capturing Paul's out-of-this-world performance -- which was beamed to the astronauts aboard the Mir space station, who woke up to some "English Tea" with Paul and the band through a live feed from the tour.

In 2005, rock legend Paul McCartney crossed America with his record-breaking, sold-out US tour. Now, harnessing the power of more than 25 hi-definition cameras and the thunder of 5.1 digital surround sound, Paul McCartney: The Space Within Us captures this epic experience on DVD.Better than a front-row seat, this feature-length concert film takes viewers onto this stage and beyond, capturing Paul's out-of-this-world performance -- which was beamed to the astronauts aboard the Mir space station, who woke up to some "English Tea" with Paul and the band through a live feed from the tour. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Chev C (kr) wrote: WORST FILM I HAVE EVER SEEN IN MY LIFE

Steve S (fr) wrote: Radiostars : rafra (R)chissant et plutt marrant, bien servi par Manu Payet et Clovis Cornillac trs bon dans ce rle ; pas le film de l'ann (C)e, mais sympa voir.

Rosalind W (kr) wrote: A very simple local love story, I don't think most of the HK people love it as it does not get lots of exciting scence. But to me, it's funny and like warm water, life should be like that.... Jacky Cheung and Tang Wei is good but Lee Shau Yin, Chu Mi Mi and Paw Hee Ching is much better! Extra 0.5 stars give to Wanchai as the movie happened at Wanchai. I stayed at Wanchai for over 10 years, everything is familiar to me! (I think MMA sponsor this movie at first as I saw the MMA tram appear for at least 3 seconds!)

Heather R (mx) wrote: Poor Emma and Alan. They ought to never have been in this film. God did not mean them, either of them, to speak with a New Orleans accent. That being said, the others are all rather good.

Peter M (ca) wrote: This movie was not worth watching.

Anthony R (de) wrote: Not very good. The characters died in predictable ways, the characters were cliche, and the snakes were lame. Oh well.

Matt G (de) wrote: The family is wonderful, the insight into in-laws is refreshing, the lead actress is great, and even it's less successful stuff (cheaper, more obvious jokes) somehow manages to be affable. My big fat dumb smile didn't leave my big fat dumb face.

Richie D (ru) wrote: Interesting Spanish, gay flick that focuses in on the difficulties within Colombia. The poetic protagonist writer has a lot of great morals & sayings that seemed to be the best part of the film to take away with you.

Jo D (mx) wrote: Elizabeth Taylor was fantastic in this move. This movie was ahead of it's time by having a plot based on a Gay character. In the final scene we see that it is the aunt who has blocked the death and thus become insane and in need of a lobotomy and not Liz Taylor's character

Graham J (kr) wrote: Bogart is frightening in Nicholas Ray's masterpiece.

Henry G (es) wrote: Because the comparison is unavoidable, this film makes all the missteps that Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice made. While it definitely outshines Dc's attempt in certain areas, namely character motivation, it falls flat in comparison to others. Like BvS, certain scenes should've been cut and certain aspects feel like tacked on fanservice *cough* Spider-Man*cough*. Both films have disappointed me in in certain areas and in the same area. The film entertains the idea of the superhero control, but strangely refuses to do anything worthwhile with it, it feels like it's just there to make a film seem much deeper than it actually is. As a result, Marvel delievers a film that is safe, far too safe to be considered satisfying. You know what, I'm going to go a bit deeper. This movie fails in what it attempts to do. The accords, the most interesting part of the film, are merely a plot device and can easily be forgotten throughout the rest of the film, except the film won't let you. Instead, it keeps on insisting that the accords are still the focus when it absolutley is not the case. Let's compare this to another high on the radar CBM, The Dark Knight. TDK has the theme of that at their core, people are animals and all they need is a push. The difference here is that TDK actually does something with this theme rather than just talk about it. The entire climax of TDK focuses on this theme, while the accords in Civil War are just glanced over. The airport scene. This scene was the last straw for me. It's a fight with absolutely no stakes or tension. It is the literal embodiment of flash over substance. There are no stakes because there's never a feeling that anyone could actually get hurt. At least when Batman fought Superman, there were stakes and someone's life on the line. In every Marvel film prior, we've seen the Avengers make the lives of civilians their priority, yet this movie shows that Marvel isn't afraid to have their cake and eat it too.In interviews, the directors have expressed concern over making sure that the film makes sense. Apparently in this case, that comes at the cost of compelling story telling. As a result, we get the most disappointing film Marvel has ever put out.If you're hoping to see the superhero film that portrays a battle of morals and ethics, you'll keep waiting, because this isn't it either. I wanted to love this movie, I really did, but the more I actually analyzed, the more I just hated it. 5/10: Close, But No Cigar