Sun Ra: A Joyful Noise

Sun Ra: A Joyful Noise

An insight on Sun Ra's philosophies.

Robert Mugge filmed jazz great Sun Ra on location in Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C. between 1978 and 1980. The resulting 60-minute film includes multiple public and private performances, poetry readings, a band rehearsal, interviews, and extensive improvisations. Transferred to HD from the original 16mm film and lovingly restored for the best possible viewing experience. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Sun Ra: A Joyful Noise torrent reviews

Mark K (fr) wrote: horrible acting, terrible storytelling, and a very forgettable villain make this sc-fi film a painful watch..

Ryan V (fr) wrote: It balances humor, action, intrigue, and genuine emotional moments to make an enjoyable film. As far as the performances go, Cumberbatch is superb as our villain, and Kirk and Spock deepen their relationship, while both having extremely satisfying story arcs.

TTT C (jp) wrote: (***): Thumbs Up I liked the style (bringing back French New Wave are we?) and the cast was strong. Definitely not for everyone.

Kara H (es) wrote: No idea what was going on through most of the movie. The end was the best part because finally a few scenes made sense. Don't jump out or your chair to find this movie. I say 2 MAYBE 3 stars. Eh.

Leonard D (ag) wrote: Wonderful, just stunning!

Keegan D (br) wrote: The Thief and the Cobbler is considered to the longest film ever made. It took master animator Richard William 28 years to make and was gonna be the greatest animated film of all time, until Miramax took the rights of the project and made it into a panned rip-off of Disney's Aladdin. I was disappointed to see Richard Williams masterpiece coming to the big screen. 13 years later, a fan of Richard Williams managed to puzzle the missing pieces of the greatest animated film that never existed and posted it on Youtube. Will this be the film Richard William wanted to be, or is it as horrible as the Miramax version. The story is a bit similar to Aladdin, but with two street rats instead of one. Its your basic story on the poor street rat being the chosen one and gets the girl at the end. However, it doesn't just focus on that part of the story, it also focuses on the Thief stealing anything that he finds valuable. Not only are there two main characters, but two antagonists too, which are Zigzag and One Eye. The story doesn't really focus on dialogue, it mainly focuses on the animation, which is the best part of the film. The animation is something I have never seen before and is considered very creative and beautiful to watch. the background animation is something that Richard William has been working on for a very long time. Making it look exactly like an Arabian city than the Aladdin series. The character design is like one of those cut out animation like South Park, but was actually done in pencil, something that is very unique for Richard to make. The moment is also detail to look at, making every detail drawing to look at. Some of the scenes are not fully develop, since the Richard Williams version wasn't finish yet, showing some the storyboard and sketch design before the final project, but its still interesting to watch how the film is being made. If theres one tiny flaw I had to say about the animation is the changing of the color skin of Tak. At first he looks pal, then later one he looks as if he got a tan. I cant really argue with anything else besides that since the rest of the animation is probably the most creative designs I have seen since a Miyazaki film. Like I said before, the characters don't have that much dialogue. First theres Tak, a cobbler who probably have one of the coolest animated design I have seen. Looks more like a Tim Burton design than an Arabian. He doesn't have any dialogue until the end of the film. Curious personality but fun to look at. Then theres the Thief, who has no dialogue and just wants to steal anything he sees valuable. He's a bit of an antihero at first, but becomes good at the very end. Then theres Princess Yum Yum, who just wants to help her father around the kingdom and shares feelings for Tak throughout the movie. Zigzag is the next character to talk about, who Vincent Price does a good job voicing this character. Zigzag design is a mixture of Jafar and Genie, but with more of a Jafar personality. All he wants is to marry Yum Yum and rule the kingdom. finally, theres One- Eye, who rules his kingdom with an iron fist. He's probably more of an intimidating villain than Zigzag, who wants power and chaos throughout the land. The Thief and the Cobbler is a bad movie in general, but the Re-cobbler cut worth to watch . The story is more told through the animation of the film along with the characters with little dialogue. Non animators would still like it, but animated will enjoyed it even more.

todd h (au) wrote: A good follow-up to "French Connection", even if it wasn't an official sequel. With solid on-location filming and a terrific car chase, "Seven-Ups" doesn't have the interesting characters that made "Connection" a classic. Still, Roy Scheider provides an amiable hero, and the filmmakers ratchet up the tension with attention to details and patience.

Geahk B (es) wrote: This is a fantastic psychological thriller. Incredible cinematography and scope - it follows Ryunosuke who is effectively the villain of the film though, in his madness, he sees himself the hero. Dark and taught, the final action sequence will leave your jaw on the floor.

Scott C (nl) wrote: Fantastic espionage comedy! Bogart is terrific! Racism alert: Bogart's black employee is overly subservient and dim witted. This is unfortunately typical in films from the era. Aside from this, the picture is a delight.

eleni k (mx) wrote: Best movie of all time! The story was amazing and hands down my favorite movie! I could watch this movie multiple times and not get bored.

Wendy M (kr) wrote: Wonderful feel-good movie that includes whisky!