Rhythm Is It!

Rhythm Is It!

RHYTHM IS IT! records the first big educational project of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra under Sir Simon Rattle. The orchestra ventured out of the ivory tower of high culture into ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:English,German
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   educational film,  

RHYTHM IS IT! records the first big educational project of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra under Sir Simon Rattle. The orchestra ventured out of the ivory tower of high culture into ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Meshawn L (ag) wrote: The choppy editing was distracting, and the interviews became a bit repetitive, but man oh man that Betty was on fiyahhhhh.

Paul C (it) wrote: Strange comedy. I mean the cast was ok, but the humor was a bit off. I didn't really find myself laughing like crazy during this. It categorizes itself as a pure comedy and I do not see that at all. The story was really not that good and I found myself doing other things while watching it. It was a type of movie you could walk away and then come back and you didn't miss anything. I just wish it could be better.

Alton C (jp) wrote: I liked this wayyy better than Redline. It still kinda sucked though, except for some decent car stunts and the occasional tit flash when the races started. It was like a high production value t.v. show.

Debanjan C (kr) wrote: below average...no real plot or anything...ok acting...first one was better!

Chris W (jp) wrote: a hot transgressive messjoin the homosexual intifada

JuanKa P (mx) wrote: Another genialiity of Quentin Tarantino. This movie took some inspiration from The Inglorious Basterds(1978), but it is not a remake, per s (C). The plot: In 1941, Colonel Hans Landa (Christoph Waltz) arrives at a farm in France to interrogate the owner about some rumors that he is hiding a Jewish family. Landa ends up killing the family and all the Jewish family hiden underneath the farme's house floor. Everyone get killed, except Shosanna Dreyfus (M (C)lanie Laurent). In 1944, an special force officer, Lieutenant Aldo Raine (Brad Pitt) recruits a team of eight Jewish-American soldiers for a mission to go behind enemy lines to hunt German Nazi soldiers. He tells the soldiers that they each owe him 100 Nazi scalps. They are oreded to take no prisoners. For all this, they will be more known as the 'Basterds' Soon, Adolf Hitler (Martin Wuttke) will know about them, because any survivor that they decide to leave will be marked with a swastika on his forehead. One of the survivors tell Hitler how brutal the Basterds are, and especially Sergeant Donny Donowitz (Eli Roth), known by the Germans as "The Bear Jew" who beats them using a baseball bat. IShosanna is known now as "Emmanuelle Mimieux" and she operates a cinema in Paris. She meets Fredrick Zoller (Daniel Br 1/4hl), a German sniper and a national hero for the Nazis. The party decides to cellebrate Zoller with a movie to be played in Shosanna's cinema.Joseph Goebbels (Sylvester Groth) and Hitler will attend to the premiere. They don't know that Shosanna plans to get rid of all the nazis and their supporters in the cinema that same evening. Meanwhile the Basterds plan to blow the cinema and they will plan to kill Hitler, Goebbels and the main board members of the Nazi party and the premiere of the movie might be their best chance to do it. AWESOME MOVIE. FIVE STARS!

Luis G (au) wrote: It's okay. Not too funny but still entertaining. Didn't care much for most of the characters. Eva Mendes is acceptably ditzy, but Cher's role seems bland and rather unnecessary.

Zachary M (de) wrote: How appropriate that a movie whose whole point was sequels and wither they do as good, better, or worse than the original, is in fact, better than the first. The mystery is better, the killers are ramped up, and all the characters are much more flushed out. I don't know if that is because we have the first film to fall back on, or if they do a better time with them this go round. I chose to believe in the latter.

Whitney W (ru) wrote: Disregarding all rational thought, this is kind of cute I guess. Bullock's adorkable sweetness is less endearing in this than some of her other films and the film is drowning in saccharine, improbable sentimentality. It doesn't have quite the spark of its counterparts like "Sleepless in Seattle" and "You've Got Mail", both of which I'll admit I mainly like due to nostalgia, but still. This is pretty forgettable but it's unoffensive enough to put on in the background while doing other things.

Ashley H (br) wrote: Flaming Star is one of Elvis Presley's best films. Don Segal did a good job directing this film. This film has a gripping and tragic storyline. It also looks and feels authentic in dealing with an important chapter in American history. The film is packed with emotional movements, action, and a good cast.

Brandon W (it) wrote: Kramer vs. Kramer is a very realistic portrayal of divorce and child custody. My parents are going through full child custody, so seeing this movie really felt uncanny to me which can be hard to sit through at times, which is a good thing because that's how realistic it is. Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep are fantastic and they act like real-life parents. The characters are interesting enough for me to either care or hate about them in a good way. Justin Henry is actually really great, it's very interesting to see where it's going, and it's unpredictable. The movie is well-directed, well-written, and it's one of those movies that I can relate to because of what my sister and I are going through. It can be funny and cute at times, but when it goes to the drama, it's really effective.