In the weeks before his death, Michael Jackson (August 29, 1958 - June 25, 2009) was rehearsing a show, "This Is It," that was to open in July. This film begins with a few of the auditioning dancers speaking to the camera about why they're trying out and what Jackson means to them. Then we plunge into rehearsals at Staples Center in Los Angeles. The film is arranged by musical number with pre-recorded material and footage from Jackson's various rehearsals edited together to take us through what would have been the concert's set list. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Deepak M (mx) wrote: Borgman is one of the most intriguing films I have watched lately. I was often left confused whether to laugh or be horrified during the many scenes of murder and cover-up (the cover-up parts are funny). Described by many critics as an "adult fairy tale", it was oddly reminiscent of "Martha Marcy May Marlene" because of the sense of evil that permeates every scene. Why Borgman and his crew do what they do is never explained. Through it all, the audience is left wondering where this will go, whether 'evil' will falter in the end, whether there will be a twist in the tale
Sonny L (kr) wrote: Cha Tae-hyeon doesn't leave behind his charisma and screen presence from his My Sassy Girl days - an enjoyable comedy. Humour, drama, reconciliation, it's everything you expect from a Korean comedy. That being said, it is also the only weakness of this film. Still, I strongly suggest this movie, especially Park Bo-yeong who was just fantastic playing a single mother/singer/great grandfather's daughter's brothe... bleugh (such a mouthful)!
Orlok W (nl) wrote: Impressive opening scene, and then many twists and turns--Scary, Effective Slasher!!
Karen B (es) wrote: The Conspirator was purely for entertainment and writers took creative license. History buffs understand that Mary Surratt was really guilty and an even mor interesting story is that her lawyer, Frederick Aiken was quite the incompetent lawyer AND not a war hero (he was actually a double agent). Anyway, decent acting and believable. Amazing how much the actor who played Payne really looked like him!!
Robert C (ag) wrote: Terrible film. The first wasn't great either, but it was entertaining and had some decent acting, ran well, and had some good gore. This was a travesty of a movie. The first death was decent, but each one got worse after that. It had some cheesy humor that really didn't work for the most part and those death scenes were too far apart to keep my interest.
Jordanna R (mx) wrote: definitely not as good as the first 2. I think they waited too long to make it, Megan Follows looks so much older and the characters just don't seem the same.
Regina R (jp) wrote: A rather fun movie with good acting by all. Grab a bowl of popcorn and a drink, put your feet up and enjoy a couple of hours of just good old fashioned cinema.
Zeb E (nl) wrote: I thought having to pass as NOT INTERESTED on movies I don't want to see from the 30's through the 70's was bad, but obviously we have to review porn now? Really... ?
Matt D (us) wrote: Pretty gay for an action movie, repetitious, uninteresting. If it got anymore fake it wouldve been shot in my back yard, garage, and local hotel. The acting was about par, if par was junior high drama class.
Carrie M (de) wrote: "Escape From Alcatraz" is a riveting, suspenseful film based on a true story about a man named Frank Morris and his accomplices possible escape from Alcatraz. The film began, continued, and ended keeping you up in the air. There wasn't a moment where my mind wandered or I felt relaxed. Alcatraz is said to be the most secure prison of it's time. Nicknamed "The Rock." This made the attempt to escape even more impressive because conditions were less than favorable. Though the task was seemingly impossible, a team of prisoners were motivated to try anyway. Frank spent most of his time in Alcatraz trying to find a way out. I loved feeling almost like I was apart of the plan. They filmed in a way that made the prisoners the protagonists, even though they were in a prison for a crime they committed, and the guards as antagonists. The intelligence of Frank and his buddies was particularly enthralling! There are multiple times when they attempt the seemingly impossible and somehow make it work leaving me marveling at the genius of it all The film did a good job of showing us the cruelty and truly disturbing things about prison, but without making us feel entirely too traumatized. At one point in the film, Frank got a knife pulled on him and got sent to "D-BLOCK" along with his predator, we saw how they were slowly changing from humans to animals in the guards eyes. "D-BLOCK" is a line of cells that have no light. In mates sit in a pitch black room on the cold floor and get hosed down by water occasionally, then left to soak in their misery literally. Very disturbing and heart wrenching, yes, but an excellent depiction of what the in-mates suffered through in Alcatraz. There were countless moments where I realized my whole body was tense and that I needed to relax. At one-point Frank had snuck out of his cell and a guard came back and right as the guard was reaching out to touch the dummy, somehow Frank was back in bed. The film was constantly playing eerie music which you would expect to be in a horror film. Usually the creepy music is a sign that a tense or nerve-racking scene is coming. The use of noises in this particular movie kept you suspended the entire time whether he was innocently eating his food in the cafeteria or sneaking around while a plaster dummy laid in bed in his place. I think that the director of this film did an excellent job of portraying this true story in a suspenseful way. All in all, a must see.
Albie F (fr) wrote: Rocket Racoon, Drax, Gamora, Groot and Starlord were awesome!
Greg V (ag) wrote: The Professional is just good fun with some mildly memorable moments, which makes for a good debut by Natalie Portman.
(ru) wrote: A funny and one heck of a classic movie.