“Mr Mojo Risin’” is the story of the making of the Doors’ last album with Jim Morrison “L.A. Woman”. 2011 is the 40th anniversary both of the album’s release and of the death of Jim Morrison and this programme goes into detail of how the album came about, its recording and what was happening to the band at the time. The story is told through new interviews with the three surviving Doors: Ray Manzarek, Robbie Krieger and John Densmore plus contributions from Jac Holzman, founder of their label Elektra Records, Bill Siddons, who was their manager, Bruce Botnick, engineer and co-producer of the album and others associated with the Doors at this time. The show includes archive footage of the Doors performing both live and in the studio, classic photographs and new musical demonstrations from the Doors. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Marc L (br) wrote: Comme a chaque fois (ou presque) qu'on a affaire un film de genre franais, les attentes sont dues : le moins qu'on puisse dire, c'est que ce "Territoires", ralis par Olivier Abbou, rame sec pour s'extraire du schma et des poncifs obligatoires qui rgissent l'univers du Survival. Et ses tentatives, honorable sur le papier, d'offrir trois points de vue successifs (les victimes, les psychopathes et le dtective qui enqute sur l'affaire) ne parvient malheureusement qu' briser son rythme et diluer ses effets. Accessoirement, "Territoires" nourrissait galement cas des ambitions de film " message". Avec ses gardes-frontires amricains tars qui, souponneux l'gard d'un voyageur trop bronz, recrent un petit Guantanamo dans leur coin de cambrousse, "Territoires" avait la ferme intention d'apporter sa pierre la dnonciation des pratiques "patriotiques" en vigueur durant les deux mandats de George W.Bush. Si le procd n'est pas dnu d'intrt et est trait avec un rel souci de ralisme, il arrive cinq ans trop tard pour tre en phase avec l'humeur politique du moment...et sans doute cinq ans trop tt pour mriter le qualificatif du film de genre qui revisite courageusement les travers d'une poque.
Dan H (it) wrote: Monogamy follows a bored wedding photographer and his fiance in the months leading up to their marriage. As a side project, Messina's character starts a small company called Gumshoot, where people would pay him to take pictures of them without knowing who he was or where he is. When he begins to take pictures of a mysterious girl that irks his fancy, things take a turn for the worse in his relationship and his overall well being. The film, although quite slow moving, is shot very well and it moves along at it's own speed quite nicely. Messina and Jones give good performances, and do what they can with a script which could've used a lot of work. The film's themes strike close to home with anyone who is about to get married and is unsure of the decision. The fear of the commitment and the temptations of voyeurism take a huge toll on Messina's character, and his daily life of putting up with the corny married couples while taking photos couldn't help the matter much. The film was a little bland, and although I did enjoy it, I felt like it was a few scenes were a bit unnecessary, and I felt myself losing interest in the story and the characters three quarters of the way through. Overall, I give Monogamy a 6.5/10, noting that with the budget they probably had to work with, it was a good effort, although it could've been made more interesting through the cinematography and mise en scene, in particular with some of the colors used and the lack of symbolism throughout.
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Sean R (gb) wrote: this film is the brother/sister movie to king of kong. i liked chasing ghosts better than kong even if it features the same arcade champions from the 80's. it's a fun watch for anyone who played video games growing up and "get" what they're all about.
Jamie C (kr) wrote: Enjoyed it more than I thought I would of, Worth a watch, Plus Eddie Murphys on screen son is pretty cute.
Grant S (es) wrote: David Cross and Bob Odenkirk can do better. As actors, Cross and Odenkirk can easily do better than this movie. However, they also wrote the script for this, so are almost entirely to blame for its lameness. Very silly movie. For whatever reason, aims to glorify stupid redneck antics. Maybe rednecks were the target audience...Not all bad. There are some genuine laugh-out-loud moments. Anything that spoofed Hollywood and celebrity, their superficiality and vacuousness, was reasonably well done.In keeping with this, Bob Odenkirk is the one to watch. David Cross' character is just plain irritating.
Jeff P (ca) wrote: Samantha Mathis (Pump Up The Volume, American Psycho) does a great job playing a drug addicted stripper and a young Joseph Gordon-Levitt shows his early prowess as an actor in this sad, emotional, drama that plays out like a late-night cable TV drama. Director Joe Gayton (writer of the upcoming Faster w Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson) doesnt quite delve into the depth of the characters, nor keep things tense. The film is definitely not for everyone.
Bret L (kr) wrote: Kyra Sedgwickand a great story all in all.
Aslum K (gb) wrote: The least of Pam Grier's big three Blaxploitation movies, but not bad