On September 1, 2001, Irish rock band U2 made a triumphant return to their roots with two outdoor shows at Slane Castle, Ireland. U2 chose the castle venue because it marked two watershed moments for the band: their recording session for the landmark album THE UNFORGETTABLE FIRE in 1984, and their first Slane appearance opening up for fellow Irish rock band Thin Lizzy in 1981. U2 GO HOME captures the emotional intensity of the homecoming with 19 live tracks culled from the concerts, including "Elevation," "New Year's Day," "Angel of Harlem," "With or Without You," "Pride (In the Name of Love)," and 14 others. The DVD also includes THE UNFORGETTABLE FIRE documentary, which profiles the making of that classic album. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Davon L (kr) wrote: more of a comedy than a horror film, this is something that should be on comedy central
Antonin C (kr) wrote: Une petite epopee historique tres sympathique. Non pas que cela soit un chef d'oeuvre, la faute a une previsibilite et un classicisme pousse. Des le debut, on se doute plus ou moins de tout ce qui va se passer, sans avoir besoin d'ouvrir ses bouquins d'histoire. Malgre tout, le film retrace l'histoire de Mansur, fils d'un sultan Kazakh, qui par voie prophetique doit sauver son peuple des assaillants. Une realisation efficace magnifie les batailles qui sont tres lisibles, de meme que les duels, toutes les scenes d'action en general. Et ca, ca fait plaisir. La distribution a de quoi ravir aussi,Kuno Becker, Jason Scott Lee, Jay Hernandez, et surtout Mark Dacascos viennent ajouter du piment a tout cela. Il faut aussi noter que les paysages sont proprement superbes et servent parfaitement l'histoire. En gros rien de vraiment novateur, mais un chouette film d'aventure.
Martin H (es) wrote: Much better than I remember it as a 13 year old. Would do much better if released today. Under appreciated. 7/10
vicky g (kr) wrote: it will make you cry...
Art S (ru) wrote: Puzzling (in a good way). Bresson's style is, as usual, almost immediately off-putting. The viewer struggles to figure out his directorial choices (often coming up empty-handed). Why on Earth would you show the famous jousting tournament (where Lancelot arrives in disguise) with the camera aimed only at the horses' midsections (that is, missing the jousting action entirely)? Non-professional actors speak their lines expressionlessly and the King Arthur legend as we know it has been shorn of most of its action. Instead, Bresson focuses in on Lancelot's predicament - his adultery with Guinivere conflicts with his loyalty to Arthur and his vow to God to end it. The persistence of this illicit affair brings the couple into conflict with Mordred and other knights but Bresson asks us to infer any deeper psychology ourselves from the surfaces he depicts. Yet the film is not boring. The medieval setting is wrought simply but effectively and the soundtrack is a wonder (with offscreen horses neighing and suits of armor clanking at what must be carefully timed moments). Whether Lancelot achieves salvation through suffering (a perennial theme for Bresson) is another mystery that the viewer can ponder. Figuring things out (or failing to do so) is half the fun.
Brad S (nl) wrote: Fantastic production!
Jonathan K (ca) wrote: You can definitely see Micheal Bays style all over this movie. It was fulfilled with explosives, car chases, shootouts and overall fun action. I really enjoyed it