Prince and the Revolution LIVE!
Prince And The Revolution: Live was the first Prince and the Revolution live concert released on Home Video format. The footage comes from a live broadcast of a Purple Rain Tour concert in Syracuse, on 30 March, 1985. Rock to the sounds of Prince in concert with titles such as "Let's Go Crazy," "Delirious," "1999," "Little Red Corvette," "Take Me With U," "Do Me, Baby," "Irresistible Bitch," "Possessed," "How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore" and others.
A concert given by Prince on March 30th, 1985 in Syracuse, New York. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Prince and the Revolution LIVE! torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Fairly well made, mildly engaging.
(kr) wrote: Yeah, if the opening scene was not so odd, I probably would have turned it off. However, I kept hoping for more of that opening scene to show up through out the film and it never quite did. A pretty generic rom-com premise, a weak script, and cheesy acting.
(ca) wrote: A rather decent film that delves a little deeper into one of the main plots of season 2. Need to give it another watch.
(kr) wrote: An interesting premise unfulfilled.
(it) wrote: This movie is fantastic! Having been an English teacher in Korea I can say that this movie is true!
(ca) wrote: One of the best "based on true events" movie I've ever seen!
(br) wrote: Gee (I left for France just before BURN came out.) Never saw this before this week. Worth seeing since virtually no US films deal with the lives of the Afrodescendants of the Americas during & after enslavement. Pretty much the ideological opposite of "Gone with the Wind"!
(ru) wrote: Friday, July 6, 2012 (1960) Rocco And His Brothers (In Italian with English subtitles) DRAMA It's basically the story about Rocco(Alain Deloin), the eldest one of five brothers sacrificing his marriage and many positive opportunities/ outlook just to make his mother happy. At a running time of almost 3 hours, the movie starts out promising because it displays Italian customs but turns to predictable/ soap opera mode as one of the brothers exposes himself as the 'black sheep' amongst the five brothers who not only steals, lies, and cheats, but will also kill because of his selfishness. There's apparently no lessons to be learned here just an interesting slice of Italian life, at least at the beginning. Don't expect to find a resolution on here either for it's already possess a somewhat familiar set up. 3 out of 4
(kr) wrote: If you want the epitome of French minimalism, watch this and "A Man Escaped" as a double-billing. Minimalism, for those of you unfamiliar with the term, is when the director does not rely on unconventional camera angle or lighting, and instead focuses on the characters and the plot, and sometimes even a particular place. You can take it or leave it, and I suspect most modern movie-goers will leave it. I mention "A Man Escaped" because I enjoyed it, and because I don't want to seem like a brain-dead philistine for thinking "Diary of a Country Priest" is a bit turgid for my liking. I can deal with a slow movie, but when the topics are life, death, and religion, my mind goes elsewhere. Perhaps to make myself feel better I'll listen to Criterion's commentary, and maybe I'll find something new I didn't see there the first time.
(nl) wrote: Looks interesting will try to find and watch!