In 1964, when the New York Mets were regarded as little more than a punch line in major league baseball, the team moved into a brand new ballpark, Shea Stadium, which was to become their home for the next forty-four years. Shea Stadium was closed (in part to create more parking space for a new stadium, Citi Field), and on July 16 and 18, 2008, Billy Joel headlined the final concerts held at the stadium. Filmmaker Paul Crowder and a camera crew were on hand for Joel's shows, and the documentary THE LAST PLAY AT SHEA chronicles his historic two-night stand, as well as exploring Joel's career, his ties to working-class New York, and how his life and career paralleled the growth of suburban Long Island and the beloved ballpark.
A documentary feature chronicling the history of two New York icons and the journey that brought them together for the last musical performance at Shea Stadium. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kong L (br) wrote: "AWKWARD | ENTERTAINING | HEART-WARMING" (85-out-100)
Tom R (au) wrote: (1 1/2 Stars) Horror anthologies are very hit or miss. Chillerama is mostly a miss. I know it's supposed to be funny, but the humor is so joyless, gross, and rooted in Troma-style horror movies that it's hard to watch. It has one funny segment (Diary of Anne Frankenstein), one gross, but inventive segment (Wadzilla), and the rest of the movie is putrid. "I was a Teenage Werebear" is particularly bad; it's unfunny, parodies of Twilight are frequently never good, and maybe I just have a thing against horror musicals.I'd be less angry about the movie if it were just shorts one after the other, but there's a connecting storyline (Zom-B-Movie) about a drive-in theater showing horror films. And surprise, they all turn into zombies. It's a cavalcade of showing gross things involving dicks and butchering movie quotes. They could have easily trimmed off a good half hour by cutting this unnecessary segment.Chillerama is basically direct to video Grindhouse... a film that wants to be intentionally bad, and therefore clever, but in the process, is just bad. You can't create camp, it just has to happen. Grindhouse was a great horror film and homage because it actually looks and feels like two pieces that were shot for a grindhouse theater. Chillerama feels like it was done this year with all of the homage added in post. Even though I like Diary of Anne Frankenstein and Wadzilla for the most part, it's been done better (the 2 minute fake trailers in Grindhouse, to be exact). I'm sure a lot of horror fans may like this movie, but it's not for me.
M B (de) wrote: Toby Regbo gives an outstanding performance, surrounded by skilled talent paid off. Great coming of age film!
Anita T (jp) wrote: For Russell Brand completists only.
Michael M (nl) wrote: A unique and quirky blend of character study, science fiction and theology.
Evelyn M (it) wrote: I watched part of this, but it kind of bored me.
Lee M (ag) wrote: "Miss Minoes" is a film that would be adored by a young girl who loves cats. I am not that young girl.
Eduardo M (jp) wrote: Sensitive and passional, a little masterpiece of Zeffirelli.
Bayley B (jp) wrote: The Adventures of Yellow Dog? Really creative. Really.
Marilee A (it) wrote: Goldie Hawn was more than just the quirky cute and gigglicious flavor of the 70s and 80s,she actually had talent.This Movie is proof of that talent we may have forgotten
Adrian B (au) wrote: The third film directed by Ingmar Bergman, starring Liv Ullman and Max Von Sydow, shows a marriage of Sydow's that seems to be on the rocks. He looks to Ullman for consoling, who seems have a troubled background life, as it starts to return to her. Essentially, she is nuts. If it isn't a great work, it is still a good work, as Bergman films are always fun to watch, even if they are complex, confusing, and high bizarre. The cinematography is always dazzling and compelling. The acting by the two leading actors in this film, like in "Shame" and "Hour of the Wolf" are good.
Jo Y (nl) wrote: I like sailing ships so I liked the movie
Francisco F (mx) wrote: Lang revisite La Bete humaine. C'est moins beau que le film de Renoir, mais rien ne sert de faire la fine bouche.
Julian K (es) wrote: Action packed movie which reminds you that child trafficking still occurs around the world
Ryan L (de) wrote: The beginning seemed promising enough, but after that, the movie got boring. I loved the games, but this is something you guys shouldn't watch.
Indu R (de) wrote: A classic movie. Very funny and entertaining.