The Freddie Mercury Tribute: Concert for AIDS Awareness
A video recording of the benefit concert in memory of the lead singer of Queen.
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Robert B (mx) wrote: I think this was the worst movie that I watched this year...plot about an asteroid that will crash into Earth, but in realitty is a UFO. Terrible actings, terrible effects, weak actings...it is a shame that anyone accepted to this trash movie. The top moment to me: in a city being dizimated, the soldier is on the side of a building, trying to be sneeky - on the reflection of the glass panel behind him we see people strooling normally on the street. Avoid at all costs! 1,0 / 10,0
Julian E (it) wrote: Typical Steven Seagal movie - plenty of Action (martial arts), plenty of shooting - what you see is what you get - what more do you want?
Dorothy H (gb) wrote: Fantastic. Funny good storyline lots of action all in Trigun fashion. Really enjoyable highly recommend. :)
Bandini J (de) wrote: must declare that i like it. did anyone notice when bill (the johnny messner character) battles with the big croc that its almost identical to one of the very old tarzan flicks when tarzan kills the croc the exact same way? (a nod to the old time tarzan i guess) basically you could call this tarzan and the blood orchids/anacondas . . . maybe that's why i liked it? cause it reminded me of my childhood . . . it is what it is: we got the great big snakes swallowing people whole and we have damsels in distress --all driven by a quest for immortally and zillions of bucks via the blood orchid. if you don't have ''anything'' to do next saturday afternoon --get some popcorn and watch it . . .
Cline D (fr) wrote: Quel superbe salaud, ce Shemar !!!! Salaud peut-tre, mais pas meurtrier... Bonne intrigue, bon suspense, beau petit cul...
Sri Raghu Kishore P (it) wrote: Movie is ok when compared to its peers. Fashion scores more than this... Madhur & Kareena pulled it ...
Brad S (ca) wrote: This is essentially just a bunch of clips from famous horror films, and is hosted by Donald Pleasance("Halloween") and Nancy Allen("Robocop"). I've seen most the films they focus on, but not all. Worth a watch for fans of the genre.
Joseph B (nl) wrote: Rob Reiner's directorial debut is one of the funniest movies of the 1980's and it oddly enough summed up hard rock/heavy metal's popularity in a mocking manner. "This is Spinal Tap" is about a fictional band named Spinal Tap, a band with the distinction of being called "The World's Loudest Band." A band that loses most of their drummers to strange mishaps including one who choked on someone else's vomit. A band that really never had a hit but follows whatever is popular at the moment. They started out in the skiffle craze that swept Britain before becoming a rock and roll band, then psychedelia and settling on heavy metal where they sort of stuck in that genre for over a decade.At the core of this story is the three main band members, David St. Hubbins (Michael McKean), Nigel Tufnel (Christopher Guest) and Derek Smalls (Harry Shearer). David and Nigel are like brothers but when David's girlfriend Jenny (June Chadwick) it causes a lot of tension among the bandmembers. They are attempting a comeback tour and filmmaker Marty DiBergi (Rob Reiner) is there to film this tour and the chaos and comedy that ensures.It's a film that is so absurd, so fun and so enjoyable to watch that one can't even fathom this may not be a real band. Their songs are good, albeit offensive at times.
Alexander N (au) wrote: This is great stuff from a great horror director who hung up his spurs way too early. On almost no budget, he delivers a compelling story and some genuinely scary scenes. It's very much in the tradition of 1960s and 1970s grindhouse horror, shot on 16mm and grimy as hell. I loved it.
Easton D (de) wrote: James Bond as a fag with a Die Hard plot. Never really cared for Roger Moore as Bond but here he's extremely entertaining as a cat loving woman hating booze swigging prick who's the man to go to when Norman Bates takes a ship hostage. Standard plot to follow and everything plays out as expected but Mr. Moore certainly shines and proves himself more than eyebrow raises in mediocre seventies Bond entries. Ffolkes is ffucking awesome.
Nadia L (us) wrote: I've actually never seen this, but the title looked interesting... hehe I'm a dork...
Alexander C (gb) wrote: Would like to see sometime!
Sebastian H (ca) wrote: Interesting and twisted little Hitchcockian movie....
JoAnna M (ag) wrote: This was a hilarious movie. Saw it 3 times and can't wait to buy it when it comes out on DVD!
Cecilia C (ca) wrote: A true, classic tearjerker that makes other melodramas look like cutesy comedies. Cary Grant and Irene Dunne star as young lovers who experience hardship after hardship, usually leaning on the other for support. First, shortly after their honeymoon, Dunne's character miscarries and finds out she will not be able to get pregnant again. Then, they have a series of adoption disappointments, finally ending with them getting a child. During all of this, Grant's newspaperman character has occupational/financial ups and downs (mostly downs). Just when the adoption seems to be going through, his career setbacks almost jeopardize the whole thing. And, it does not end there?yes, I know it's hard to believe but there is even more heartache. Why, you might ask, would I recommend this film? Well, many people love tearjerkers and, like I said, weepers do not get any better than this. And also, it is a good story with two solid performances by Grant and Dunne (who usually work together in romantic comedies?such as My Favorite Wife and The Awful Truth) and directed by legendary filmmaker George Stevens. So, hunker down on the couch with a large box of tissues for this one.