Unauthorised documentary about the rock band Placebo. This DVD is packed with exclusive in-depth interviews with the many people that Placebo have worked with in their ten year career.Also ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Rose H (au) wrote: I loved the film, as it gave me a real view of how people have to struggle, but they can still make it if they keep trying.I flew all the way from London Ontario to Vancouver, took a ferry to the island to see my friends film. I had already seen it in London, but it was worth a few more looks, saw it 4 more times on CityTV, twice a night. great film, and my little brother and big sister are in it for about 1 second. thanks for the memories.
rose w (us) wrote: my frnds told this movie was nto at all good i think this movie was mainly made for deepika and ranbir!!
Liam B (fr) wrote: A string of comedic premises held together by funny and clever gags.
Georgieboy M (br) wrote: This movie could be compared to Psycho but i think one of his strong points is the multiple doubts that gives you. At the beginning we can't say clearly what is going on, it seems like a haunted castle story but then we realize is about killing and madness, at moments reminds me multiple films of the 80's, like Friday 13th.Due to the budget i say is a good film.
Hugo V (ru) wrote: -21 Grams is a 2003 American drama film directed by Mexican director Alejandro Gonzlez Irritu from a screenplay written by Guillermo Arriaga. It stars Sean Penn, Naomi Watts, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Danny Huston and Benicio Del Toro.Like Arriaga's and Gonzlez Irritu's previous film, Amores perros (2000), 21 Grams interweaves several plot lines, around the consequences of a tragic automobile accident. Penn plays a critically ill mathematician, Watts plays a grief-stricken mother, and Del Toro plays a born-again Christian ex-convict whose faith is sorely tested in the aftermath of the accident.As the second part of Trilogy of Death, 21 Grams is presented in a nonlinear arrangement where the lives of the characters are depicted before and after the accident. The three main characters each have "past," "present," and "future" story threads, which are shown as non-linear fragments that punctuate elements of the overall story, all imminently coming toward each other and coalescing as the story progresses.--Title:-The title refers to the early 20th-century research of physician Dr. Duncan MacDougall who attempted to show scientific proof of the existence of the immortal human soul by recording a loss of body weight (representing the departure of the soul) immediately following death. The research by MacDougall attempted to follow the scientific method and showed some variance in results ("three-fourths of an ounce", which has since been popularized as "21 grams" is the reported weight loss from the death of the first subject). MacDougall's results were published in the peer reviewed journal "American Medicine".--Critical response:-80% of the critics surveyed by Rotten Tomatoes gave the film positive reviews, based on 178 reviews with an average rating of 7.5/10. The critical consensus states that "Alejandro Gonzlez Irritu deftly weaves an uncommonly structured narrative with panache in 21 Grams, a stylish, haunting drama full of fine performances." Roger Ebert, for example, questioned the use of non-linear narrative, but praised the acting and said of the film overall: "It grips us, moves us, astonishes us." Elvis Mitchell also praised the acting and called the film "an extraordinarily satisfying vision" that "may well be the crowning work of this year."
Todd C (jp) wrote: Sun, sand and cool skateboard scenes made for a great backdrop. A film about letting go of negative emotions, something my kids really needed. The religious message was subtle and not in your face, unlike some faith based movies.
Hjalti L (it) wrote: Terrible, just terrible, not funny, lame action, lame story, especially lame ending.