The Black Sabbath Story Volume Two is a documentary video by heavy metal band Black Sabbath. It discusses the line-up changes Black Sabbath experienced during the period between 1978 and 1992. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Black Sabbath Story Vol. 2
- Stars:Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks, Christopher Walken, Martin Sheen, Nathalie Baye, Amy Adams, James Brolin, Brian Howe, Frank John Hughes, Steve Eastin, Chris Ellis, John Finn, Jennifer Garner, Vinny Appice, Bev Bevan, Geezer Butler, Terry Chimes, Laurence Cottle, Denise Crosby, Ronnie James Dio, Ian Gillan, Glenn V. Hughes III, Tony Iommi, Tony Martin, Neil Murray, Geoff Nicholls, Ozzy Osbourne, Cozy Powell,
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Christi S (jp) wrote: Good story. Definitely a more family minded movie. Didn't blow my skirt up but I appreciated the message and who doesn't love that era?
David A (es) wrote: What a way to waste precious time by watching a crappy documentary like this one full of emotionally stunted dorks who watch girly cartoons that they're way too old for. Especially if it's cartoons that are voiced by cheap actors from Vancouver. "Hollywood North" my ass!!!
Devon W (ag) wrote: Great setting and filming, great actors, borefest story. Not exactly the horror I was expecting, gave up half way.
Kong L (ca) wrote: CUNNING | DARK | TWISTED (82-out-of-100)
Kurt L (fr) wrote: This is by far one of my favorite documentaries about an amazing photographer and human being.
rebecca p (ca) wrote: save the lasat dance is propa wkd lol;;
Chad D (fr) wrote: The best character in Anastasia gets his own film, and just like in Anastasia makes us laugh. Enjoyable, although nothing in the film is overly great other than Bartok himself.
Brandon S (fr) wrote: I thought it was a good movie. It had a good story and a good cast. Seen it 34 times. I score it 100%.
Simon W (ag) wrote: don the dragon wilson good martial arts actor
Carol H (gb) wrote: While I wouldn't call it my favorite musical, "Fiddler on the Roof" is definitely a lively yet poignant tale worth viewing more than once.
Jose Luis M (jp) wrote: An old fashion comedy, very funny.
Ricardo O (mx) wrote: In the 1930s Warner Bros. mad a reputation of making some of the best crime films around, especially those that focused on gangsters. This 1935 classic directed by the highly talented noirish director William Keighley and starring the legendary James Cagney continued to improve that reputation Warner Bros. had built up to that point. But unlike previous gangster films like Little Caesar, The Public Enemy, & Scarface, it does not glorify the violent life of gangsters. Instead it focuses on the other side of the law. Despite Jimmy Cagney being on the other side of the law, he brings the same ol(TM) cocky screen persona that made him an instant star in The Public Enemy. Based on Gregory Miller(TM)s book Public Enemy No. 1,? G-Men tells the story of the beginnings of the FBI where government agents were finally able to carry arms in order to defend themselves against these murderous hoodlums. It focuses on James Brick? Davis (Cagney), a young lawyer whose education was funded by softhearted mob boss McKay (William Harrigan) currently preparing to give up the crime life for good. However when Davis(TM) best friend, detective Eddie Buchanan (Regis Toomey), is murdered in a shooting, he decides to take his late best friends advice in becoming a G-Man. Although Davis is looked at as being a very honest fellow, he is looked upon with suspicion by his peers because of his past associations. He proves his worth when his former love interest, Jean (Ann Dvorak), now the wife of mobster Brad Collins (Barton MacLane), accidentally tips him off to his hideaway. Jean sacrifices her own life to help Davis out in catching Collins and rescuing his new love interest, nurse Kay McCord (Margaret Lindsay), from him.Cagney brings the same cockiness from his earlier gangster films to his young, former lawyer and newly turned government agent who refuses to take anything from his superiors. Like Warner Bros. earlier gangster pictures, they fill the movie with plenty of ammunition along with the bits of police procedural. One could even argue it as their most violent films of the era, one that wouldn(TM)t really get exceeded until later with Bonnie & Clyde. The script " personally approved by founder J. Edgar Hoover himself " is excellent throughout and is less predictable than many others of the same genre. Jimmy Cagney is in top form as he usually was throughout his entire career, but the supporting cast is excellent as well. Ann Dvorak and Margaret Lindsay don(TM)t receive as much screen time as the others but both of them shine in their few moments, particularly Ann Dvorak as Cagney(TM)s former love interest. But the best of all is Robert Armstrong as Jeff McCord, Cagney(TM)s superior. G-Men is pretty much a propaganda film to recruit new FBI agents but plays as a highly entertaining thrill ride that shows what goes on in trying to get the bad guys?. It doesn(TM)t glorify the violence of the gangster lifestyle but instead shows a realistic view of the right? side of the law. G-Men is a highly recommended film brought to us by one of the era(TM)s better filmmakers and one of Hollywood(TM)s most heralded studios. Perhaps the only thing that could have made the film any better was replacing the actor who played the main gangster with a star like George Raft or Humphrey Bogart but otherwise it(TM)s very much worth watching. 8/10
Fong K (us) wrote: An outrageously funny romantic comedy about a con artist who can be dishonest about anything (and I mean, anything) except to his one true love. Every great actor should play gay characters well. Carrey and McGregor are the finest examples.
Kyle D (ru) wrote: There's a wide disparity between the critics' reviews and the audiences' reviews - and for good reason. This film is an enjoyable cinematic curiosity for film nerds & critics - but probably confusing and boring for the average viewer. From a film production standpoint, it's shocking and fascinating. From a film history perspective, it's a crazy footnote in several careers. But if you aren't into that stuff, you might wonder what to take away from this film.