The Commitments: Looking Back

The Commitments: Looking Back

The band gets back together years later for a one time reunion put on by the one man who train to keep it all together and not let the stardom get to his head the manager one by one he ...

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The Commitments: Looking Back torrent reviews

Mitchell N (jp) wrote: Quite enjoyed this film. Go out and see it! :D

Shinyhair X (kr) wrote: As always when it comes to French films I loved the style and everything, but I hated the ending. The movie was full of awkward moments that made it very difficult to watch, but I managed to sit through the whole thing and I think that it was great!

Dimitri S (ag) wrote: Windfall is a very good action movie. Great story. Very good action scene's. The best movie with Casper Van Dien. Robert Englund did't a good job in the movie, he has beter movie's then Windfall.

jay n (nl) wrote: Starts well but peters out with too many characters pulling attention from the main story.

Ian C (fr) wrote: Pas vraiment n (C)c (C)ssaire donc assez ordinaire !

Konrad A (br) wrote: A classic movie but not my Favorite but I did like Cruella Deville she was cool I thought.

Luke A (it) wrote: Through acting like a certain part of society, these drags reveal the framework of all of society.

CJ C (it) wrote: Another I own, but forgot to rate. Electricity... how magical & mysterious it must have been back then. Gorgeous images in b&w. A unique film.

Peter M (gb) wrote: Though it runs slow at times, Rain Man is delightful wholesome entertainment with Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman showcasing some of the best roles that the two have ever played.

Private U (kr) wrote: Shelly Winters at her finest. Corman has a gift with bringing you into his films. Can't wait to see more. De Niro is great, but you've got to give a big hand for Don Stroud and Shelly Winters dynamic. Yet another great film from one of the greatest eras in film making.

Greg W (ca) wrote: It's a masterpiece that tangles individual and social ills into a knot, which, as we're warned in an opening voiceover, it offers no easy way to untie, rousing a sickening sense of injustice.

Megan R (br) wrote: I absolutely LOVED this movie! So far, this is my favorite Sean Bean movie!

Kevin G (nl) wrote: Excellent, really informative and entertaining. A documentary that had soul and spirit. Watch even if, like me, you think you don't like reggae.

Rebecca P (de) wrote: That was weird. Without the edginess that made the weirdness work somehow.