The documentary film Rocksteady: The Roots of Reggae is a musical journey to Jamaica's Golden Age of music, Rocksteady. The film features the music and stories of the legendary singers and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Rocksteady: The Roots of Reggae
The documentary film Rocksteady: The Roots of Reggae is a musical journey to Jamaica's Golden Age of music, Rocksteady. The film features the music and stories of the legendary singers and ...
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Madhavi R (jp) wrote: I went for the movie last night and was totally blown away by the action scenes. Was glued on to my screen throughout the movie. Sachin Joshi looks really good in the movie [he's got the physique :) ] also the playmate gal Candice looks beautiful as the sand artist also the music of the movie really blows u off. All in all it is a great movie totally worth a watch.
David N (de) wrote: A fantastic movie that should be shown to every politician and High School Economics class across the country. Our politicians have our credit card and they are spending with reckless abandon and don't care. They are forcing the debt upon my generation, my kids and my un-born grandchildren. The only problem with this video is it is now five years old.
Mason P (au) wrote: The only thing good about this movie is the suspense, mystery, and Anna Kendrick.
Tim M (ag) wrote: Perfect mix of western, heroic bloodshed and heist. Awesome cast and directing.
Anel D (au) wrote: not bad really ... looks like SAW sometimes with the torture and the cluelessness of the victim .. but then it all makes sense in the end ... direction should've been better ... but it's not such a bad movie after all ...
Prince P (ru) wrote: Athadu is a well crafted Crime-Action-Thriller.The stunt sequences in and the natural dialogues keep the audience at the edge of their seat. Mahesh Babu steals the show with his acting.The only thing I found negative about Athadu was too much song sequences which were not necessary , the songs were picturised in a linear manner but they popped out of nowhere , some audience would feel uncomfortable. But the director Trivikram Srinivas makes them ignore the average songs with his screenplay and twists . Overall the film is a cult classic.
Stephen F (au) wrote: I really liked this movie and it was about time that the gay military couple are the heroes, with the help of the female scientist. Antonio Sabato Jr. and Michael Boisvert were great in their parts. I also liked Rae Dawn Chong and Dominic Zamprogna. If they had had a bigger budget, this would have been a fantastic movie. As it was, it was very good.
Laura B (us) wrote: A waste of Gary oldman's talent...very dragged out
Freeman M (jp) wrote: Entertaining and thrilling as hell. However, I don't understand how one of these guys basically gets off with no major punishment, despite doing some pretty criminal things.
thehoard (ca) wrote: Something only Clive Barker could deliver. Nightmarish. Intense. Brutal. Make up effects are amazing. It would've been great if this film was a hit when it was released so we could've gotten a sequel.
Martin H (gb) wrote: One of the funniest stand up shows of all time. Eddie Murphy at his best. 9/10
Michael L (gb) wrote: Hang on! Legs.. Arms.. Sheets... She's resting on the nape of his arse.. Now Gere is standing with his arse out by the window crapping on about his heroic 3 hour journey to make a woman come. Dude rules. Style over substance but none the worse for it - the SL, the suits, the pool, the hotel. Not Schrader's best script but like in Scarface the 80s bling is hilariously compelling and in an age before Viagra, you have to say Julian is a champion.
Jenna I (it) wrote: Sort of a bore to get through but the ending (and the typewriter dance) made it worth it. Looking at it as a film about England's effect on India I think it's very interesting...
jay n (nl) wrote: Great acting by Cagney complimented with solid work from everyone else makes this compelling viewing. Besides showing how impassioned furor can go too far and twist good men's souls this is a tense study of a group of freedom fighters. Good use of locations and atmospheric filming add to the tone of this and make it well worth catching. One of Cagney's last films before his twenty year retirement.
Timothy M (nl) wrote: The propaganda facade is gone, but unfortunately this one's a bit limp. It's bereft of atmosphere, and even Rathbone seems a little bored. Bruce gets more to do though, which is OK. One particularly pointless sequence involves Holmes setting up a human chessboard, while using an analogous standard chess board to figure out a puzzle. When he reaches the end of the puzzle, he comes to such a generic conclusion that the human chessboard had absolutely no purpose at all. Neither did the smaller chessboard, for that matter, but Neill gets to unsubtly plant clues as to who the bad guy is. Not much of an excuse.
Lori Lynn F (gb) wrote: One of my favorite movies!! GREAT Eastwood Flick!! ALWAYS makes me cry at the end.. Can watch it over and over.. Funny AND real at the sane time
Arthur C (es) wrote: If you don't like Lake Placid, you're stupid
Allan C (nl) wrote: Starts with a bang, slows to a crawl, then does a 180. Poorly acted, written, incoherent at times. Terrible.
Jon A (jp) wrote: And this movie needed remaking why?