This is the tale of a crazed family of weirdos led by Crawldaddy who like to kill people and remove their skin.
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Christian F (ca) wrote: Very strong start due to the not-overused setting in the movie industry. About half in the movie we get a very strong turn into body horror and an explosion in violence where the film does not manage to maintean the quality level of the beginning. A very strong leading role and the atmosphere the film creates still make the experience quite enjoyable, beautiful photography and some drastic effects yet to mention. A strong debut worth giving a chance.
Randall R (it) wrote: I just saw Celebration Day in the theater this evening, the only evening it will be shown before the DVD is released next month. I was one of the 20 million people who applied for tickets back in 2007 but was not one of the 18,000 who actually got them. This film was worth the 5 year wait. The band is even better than I could possibly have imagined, given that John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page, and Robert Plant were all around 60 years old when the film was made. This is a straight concert film with no interviews or other filler, just one killer song after another. Rather than just going through the motions as many old rockers do in their reunion shows, these guys are really enjoying themselves and put every ounce of energy they have into every song. Jimmy Page's guitar solos are as grand and magical as they were in the 70's. (The audience bootleg tapes from the show all have technical problems, as the O2 arena did not have good acoustics - especially in the generally muddy sound of the lead guitar.) Although Robert refused to perform any additional Led Zeppelin shows after that one incredible night at the O2, he is excited, happy, and in fine vocal form throughout. Jonesy's keyboard work is exceptional, especially on "No Quarter" and "Trampled Under Foot", which again sounds so much clearer than it does on the bootlegs. Jason Bonham, the son of deceased drummer John Bonham, looks like he's having the time of his life, frequently pointing up to the heavens to honor his dad. The cinematography is the best of any concert film that I have ever seen.I have only a few minor quibbles. I give the film 4-1/2 stars because it is for Led Zeppelin fans only. Someone who it not familiar with the band may appreciate the film visually but will probably wonder why there is so much fuss over these 60-year-old men playing such loud music. The film cuts Jason Bonham's vocal solo on "I Can't Quit You Baby" and Robert Plant's brief line from the blues classic "Honeybee" - I assume because of royalty issues, as these were the lone cuts not written by the band. Robert's interesting banter before "Kashmir" is also cut ("out here on the perimeter there are no stars .. out here, there are people here from 50 countries") perhaps because he quotes a Jim Morrison poem. Other than that, there are very few noticeable edits; what you hear and see is probably 99% from the original show.
Stephen B (jp) wrote: Robin Williams performance in this movie, while truncated, is brilliant. Annette Bening is sensational in the role as is Ed Harris. If you have never lost someone you love, this movie may not get to you. But, for those of us who have, the emotions here are as real as you will ever see on screen. Arie Posin, who directed the movie uses timing so effectively that emotions can be felt. It's a great movie.
Dave H (es) wrote: One of the better movies I have seen. The film is based on true events the actual characters in the film are ficticious
Kshitij B (nl) wrote: For some strange reason, I saw this one to the end. But I still can't decide whether I liked it or not. As they say, interesting plot (when they can't say if the movie was good), with the lead playing God's gift to all-mankind (gender no bar, or as it seems once). And of course, there's only a brief explanation by him about why he is the way he is, thank god for that. The moral of the story - let's not get into the moral of the story.
Ryan C (kr) wrote: I FUCKEN HATE BILL COSBY HE HAS NO TALENT
Anthony V (it) wrote: Early attempt at X-Files material, is bogged down by pedestrian treatment.
Paul W (gb) wrote: A weird old movie with a disturbed-looking Monty Cliff in the lead that wanders as you watch it and then stays with you for days after. I was lucky enough to see it on the big screen in Chicago, as it shows off some nice Tennessee nature. Not for the casual moviegoer, but a fascinating piece of movie history for true buffs.
Julien B (us) wrote: Un super film qubcois!! Isabelle Blais est gnial dans ce long mtrage!!
Samuel M (it) wrote: Hay que reconocer que volver a una saga despus de tanto tiempo y entregar algo que est a la altura es digno de elogio. Y lo cierto es que conseguir una sexta entrega tan buena es algo que nunca he visto en una saga cinematogrfica (salvo contando quizs, Bond).Una vez ms nos encontramos con temas interesantes, algunos ya tratados en entregas anteriores, otros nuevos debido a la edad del personaje.Lo malo es que el rival de Rocky, pese a que se le intenta dar un transfondo interesante y que hace de contrapartida al de Balboa, se me antoja simple y carente de carisma. Puede que sea problema del guin, o puede que sea problema de la interpretacion del actor, pero lo cierto es que mancha lo que por otro lado es una buena pelcula.
Luc L (de) wrote: This sequel to the original "Stakeout" is still fun to watch and it is mostly for fans, who enjoys the first one. Although this one is less darker and lighter in tone. Since the original movie was R-Rated and the sequel is PG-13. But it doesn't mean, it is boring. When a hitman (Miguel Ferrer) makes a failed hit on a mafia witness (Cathy Moriaty), who was supposed to testify on a mob boss in Las Vegas. This witness might be hiding near the city of Seattle, which her friends (Farina and Strassman) are living there. Now two wise-cracking cops Chris (Dreyfuss) and Bill (Estevez) are assigned to staking out at the witness' friends if she is there. But they are forced to work with an distract attoney (O'Donnell) and her dog! Once they start doing their work, nothing goes as planned and while Chris is having a mid-crisis of his own. Since his long-time girlfriend (Stowe in a uncredited role) left him, since he can't commit to marriage. It was an box office disappointment, when it was first-released. The premise isn't bad. But the story turns into a mess towards the end, however. Still... amusing performances by Dreyfuss, Estevez and O'Donnell makes it fun to watch. Director Badham (Blue Thunder, Nick of Time, Wargames) returned to directed this sequel as well. Blu-ray transfer of this sequel is pretty good.