U2: Zoo TV Live from Sydney

U2: Zoo TV Live from Sydney

U2 perform live in Sydney, Australia in 1993 on the fifth leg of their iconic Zoo TV Tour.

U2 perform live in Sydney, Australia in 1993 on the fifth leg of their iconic Zoo TV Tour. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


U2: Zoo TV Live from Sydney torrent reviews

Jamie H (kr) wrote: This guy loves planes.

Lee (gb) wrote: Interestingly made indie zombie survival horror which is plotted as if you're watching the daily highlights of a reality TV show like 'Celebrity Get me out of Here'. Contestants have three days to survive on an isolated island inhabited by zombified soldiers. It's Battle Royale meets 28 Days Later basically but made on the cheap with poor actors and cheapo effects. But it's fun, amusing and unpredictable in terms of who lived and who died, lacked gore though unfortunately.

Maryam T (jp) wrote: Esha Deol is not really a favorite of mine.The movie is a cute and sweet love story. It's pretty unique.Saif is just BLAH. And Hrithikh is pretty fun.I recommend it.

Brian P (br) wrote: Haha! This is very funny! Let's build a snowman ! We can build him tall or not so tall! This movie would make your heart feel like a baked potato !

Robert D (fr) wrote: how can this movie be so lowly rated? I think it's terrific, especially the end....super funny!

Greg S (ag) wrote: Johnny Suede, a young man with a freakishly large pompadour (Brad Pitt), tries to pay the rent, keep a girlfriend, and make it as a musician in the big city. Suede, who's stuck in the 1950s and not entirely sympathetic, is an interesting character but the script doesn't give him much of interest to do. Quirky casting (Tina Louise and Nick Cave in small roles) helps a little but not enough.

amber w (kr) wrote: have not seen it and don't want tooo see it

Ian M (gb) wrote: It's talky, it's sleazy as hell, it hasn't one likable character, it bears all the hallmarks of a troubled shoot and post-production tinkering... but I still watch it every goddamn time it comes on TV.

Greg W (gb) wrote: good third act stuff from a trio of Hammer alumni

Scott C (gb) wrote: Solid little early Jackie Chan kung fu picture.

Jason T (ca) wrote: It's a shame chappie has a lot of potential. The movie is kind of a combination of Robocop, short circuit, and big hero six. Chappie is a likable character and some of the effects are pretty impressive. What bothered me here was the script. The story spends too much time with chappie with a group of thugs in an abandoned warehouse. There chappie learns to steal cars and act like a gangster. And did I mention the acting from the gangsters is absolutely horrible? There's parts of chappie I really liked but it could've been much better with a better script.