PNYC: Portishead - Roseland New York

PNYC: Portishead - Roseland New York

Portishead concert in the Roseland Ballroom, New York City, on the 24th July 1997 with tracks from the albums "Dummy" and "Portishead" played by the band and a 30 piece orchestra.

Portishead concert in the Roseland Ballroom, New York City, on the 24th July 1997 with tracks from the albums "Dummy" and "Portishead" played by the band and a 30 piece orchestra. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


PNYC: Portishead - Roseland New York torrent reviews

Christian S (au) wrote: Divertissant pour ceux qui apprcient les films de chevaliers.

Dave R (jp) wrote: What was this movie really had zombies in it but it was not funny just dumb for sure bad movie for sure

Jane D (ca) wrote: The viewer has to watch the entire film to discover the depth of love this story tells.Like Robert (Landau), the viewer believes Mary (Burstyn) has just met Robert. As the story unfolds, with Mike, Robert's 'boss', and Alex, Mary's worried daughter, the viewer gradually understands the broader picture and true depth of the story. The final scenes reveal the true story and the depth of a family's love. You may have to watch it twice!

Aaron W (fr) wrote: Some gaps only became apparent later, but otherwise the twist was unexpected and satisfying.

Russ B (es) wrote: 2/17/2016: Ok at best. The cast was good, but the plot wasn't all that exciting.

Mariola F (de) wrote: Great story ,love it

Kelsey P (ru) wrote: The best thing about this movie is that I can watch it over and over and not get bored. One of the very few movies that takes a positive look at bisexuality.

Kelly B (nl) wrote: a bit predictable but still a good watch...and yet with movies like this out there, there is still a lot of teen-age parents...stupid kids...

Ashley H (kr) wrote: Impromptu is a decent film. It is about pianist/composer Frederic Chopin who is pursued romantically by the determined, individualistic woman who uses the name George Sand. Hugh Grant and Judy Davis give good performances. The script is a little slow in places. James Lapine did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the music and humor.

Richard D (ag) wrote: While I wouldn't call this top tier De Palma, I think it's definitely better than it's relatively poor reputation would suggest. It seems to have a reputation as an overly sleazy Hitchcock rip-off that pales in comparison to it's sources of inspiration ("Rear Window" and to some extent "Vertigo") because it substitutes exploitation for suspense. Well ... yes and no. It is somewhat inferior to the Hitchcock flicks (hardly a huge criticism since those are among his best films), but it's not really the fact that De Palma transforms Hitchcock's subtext into text that makes it inferior. If anything, it's less careful plotting and a weak lead that mark the film as inferior De Palma, not the supposedly rampant sleaze. It's actually a fairly tasteful film given its subject matter. It has at least two amazingly constructed suspense sequences that make this worth a watch for anyone that admire De Palma.

David D (mx) wrote: I was expecting this to be a mystery/suspense film but instead found it was an ironic political satire. I only actually laughed a few times near the end, but I was amused throughout.

chase (mx) wrote: not my favorite Dassin film, but i did enjoy Conte's transformation into a total bastard by the end of this one. the message of the film seems to be lost in the ending as he ends up not-so-bad-off and with a girl on his arm. hmmm...

Joe T (ag) wrote: Good for Sunday afternoon viewing.

Billy P (it) wrote: It's just.... Too weird for me

Andrew M (es) wrote: A lame MTV style knock off of 'Heat'.

John B (nl) wrote: Although not universally loved, I give kudos to Zombie for taking risks to bring us a version of Rosemary's Baby that completely changes the way that we view "satanic" depictions. It may be clunky in places but kudos for the effort.

Darren P (fr) wrote: Giid, campy version of the Terminator legend. Would love to see a sequal