Up All Night: The Live Tour is a DVD release from the British-Irish boy band One Direction, which was released on 28 May 2012. The video concert DVD was recorded as part of One Direction's Up All Night Tour at the International Centre in Bournemouth, includes songs from their multi-platinum debut album Up All Night and five covers, including "I Gotta Feeling", "Stereo Hearts", "Valerie", "Torn" and "Use Somebody". . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Up All Night: The Live Tour torrent reviews
Alex F (jp) wrote: Yes, it's as touristy as some of his last movies, but Woody Allen offers a very watchable and enjoyable comedy. Not all the stories are at the same level, but I think that the one about the tenor singing in the shower is very funny and the best one. Although his presence is intriguing, Alec Baldwin seems to be in the middle of a story that channels the premise of "Play it Again Sam", but predictable and without being very original, and experimental.
Shay B (it) wrote: I had a hard time with this movie. I don't know if it was the French language, or the unfamiliar culture, or my lack of knowledge about the political turmoil in Chad, but it was hard for me to follow exactly what was going on. The movie is about a man named Adam who lives in Chad while rebels are attacking the country. The government is pressuring citizens to contribute to the resistance of these rebels. Adam is unable to pay, and while struggling with how to financially do so, the hotel he works at gets new owners. Adam gets reassigned from the job he loves as a pool man to the man at the gate. His son, who was once his inferior at the pool, steps in as sole pool manager. As tensions rise at work and at home for Adam, tensions rise in his country and he receives increasing pressure from the government for his contribution.The movie deals with one man's struggle with change. Change as his family matures, as his country is attacked by rebels, as his solace in working along a pool is taken away after a lifetime spent near one. Amidst all this change, the man scrambles to create some sort of constant. He must prioritize family, community and his own solidarity. He makes a decision that haunts him and he struggles with if and how to reverse it.Though the story is interesting and acting is wonderful, it is very slow paced and hard to follow, which is why my rating was so low. This film has won international acclaim and awards, and most critics liked it. I feel it is worthy of such praise, but just not for me.
Eric B (it) wrote: This movie is thriller and horror. It's horribly dull and badly written! Unrealistic. I didn't finish the movie after the guy's throat got cut by a mountain bike's tire and the girl couldn't locate herself on a 911 call when she's sitting by the only cross on a mountain. She could realistically tell the operator that she's sitting by the cross on the top of the mountain. AVOID THIS COST IF YOU WANT TO SAVE 1 1/2 hour of your lifetime!
Adam R (kr) wrote: Ted Brautigan is quite the enigma, and Anthony Hopkins does the part well. I'm still not sure I understand who exactly he is, but I enjoyed the movie. The 1960 period setting was neat. (First and only viewing - 9/24/2014)
Spencer H (gb) wrote: Visually stunning, well-acted, well made, and action-packed, Minority Report is an unforgettable and underrated sci-fi movie and is one of Spielberg's best films.
Nancy M (kr) wrote: Awwwww such a great coming of age film!!!! Loved it!
Blais E (fr) wrote: If you're a "Munsters" aficionado, then this'll be right up your street as the mirthful Monster-clan travel to Jolly Ole' England to see the Gothic estate Herman has inherited. Their British counterparts, already living in the mansion, are less than thrilled at their arrival, and decide to "Bash them in the heads with something jagged!", as Cousin Freddie (the always side-splitting Terry-Thomas-) repeatedly utters. Wonderful old dragon Hermione Gingold as Lady Effigy and darkly-dangerous Jeanne Arnold as the hissing Cousin Grace round out the trio of the thorough rotters, and John Carradine is unrecognizable as their wolfish butler, Cruikshank. Not as hysterically funny as the series, and unevenly-paced, but Fred Gwynne, Yvonne De Carlo, and especially Al Lewis are awesome as usual as the lovable and beloved iconic characters. The last gasp of the Munsters, as the film was released after the series was cancelled.
Calvin C (ag) wrote: One of the early Best Picture winners. This had to be one of the first stories to have a plot that spand almost 30 years. As you watch it, you can see that the filmmakers didn't know how to tell such a story in such a long timeline. However, the plot does remain epic within the familiy's perspective. I would have liked to see more of how the years affected the parents (who I assumed were suppose to be the main characters) as opposed to the kids so when the end of the film does come, we feel that they have been through an unforgettable three decades together. Still a solid movie for its time and a good movie overall. Grade: B+