The Last Waltz

The Last Waltz

Martin Scorsese's rockumentary intertwines footage from "The Band's" incredible farewell tour with probing backstage interviews and featured performances by Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Ringo Starr and other rock legends.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:117 minutes
  • Release:1978
  • Language:English,Middle English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:band,   interview,   stage,  

A film account and presentation of the final concert of The Band. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Last Waltz torrent reviews

Rachelle T (ag) wrote: love the positivity! :)

Chus v (au) wrote: the film is a classic, but as a film, while it was innovative at the time, is overrated in most aspects. A couple of scenes, specially the cheering crowds, and the use of Rick Moranis' character half of the time, are cringe-worthy, as some of the moments by the arrogant Bill Murray character, which after 32 years, I still don't get why is the most beloved character of the series... it's completely unlikeable by any standards.

Vanessa M (gb) wrote: Spine-chiling and beyond frightening. Definitely not like any previous Syfy movie I have yet experienced.

Carlos M (it) wrote: David Gordon Green directing a story by Judd Apatow is something that goes against the laws of nature, but even more surprising is how well it works, a great blend of bromance, stoner comedy and highly enjoyable action, with James Franco shining in a hilarious performance.

Stephen H (es) wrote: It's the best my favourite Part is when it's Mavis'sBirth day

probowl 4 (es) wrote: A crude comedy that showcases Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughan's chemistry to the highest point. 'Wedding Crashers' is hilarious throughout but it also offers a sweet romance feel between the characters of Wilson and McAdams. Bradley Cooper is a riot as the testosterone fueled 'Sack' Lodge. Will Ferrell's appearance was also pure gold. So,as you can see, there are plenty of reasons to watch and enjoy this comedy.

Beth M (jp) wrote: I have a real soft spot for Oliver James and this film was poignant in the form of her losing her brother and writing a song about it. It was a good chick flick and it's great for their intended audience which is younger children and tweens. It's an enlightening film on how to get over your incredible grief and how to make your way in the world and you will love the soundtrack if you are a big Hilary Duff fan.

Darcie C (br) wrote: A wierd movie that I don't want to see.

Derek B (nl) wrote: Too talky and uncinematic to hold your attention, unfortunately, though there are certainly some stylish touches and good performances. For Kieslowski completists only.

Ryker B (ag) wrote: One of the greatest and funniest western movies of all time.

Amani B (nl) wrote: A visually stunning and very ballsy film for 1954. Pre-psychedelic Cult Psychedelia... I could not however get into the operatic score he chose for this. ("A Slavonic Mass" by Leos Janacek). It didn't work for me. I could imagine playing this on a projector, with a completely different soundtrack, and it would have taken this in a much better direction. Nonetheless, I commend him for doing this in the paranoid, conservative 50's.

The Movie G (jp) wrote: Not as good as Ted, but still a little funny

Philip E (jp) wrote: Good mix of action and comedy. Bruce Willis, still can pull of an action star at any age.