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Bohemian Rhapsody: Complete Live Aid Performance
This is the complete “Live Aid” Movie Performance featuring two never-before-seen songs (“Crazy Little Thing Called Love” and “We Will Rock You”) packed into a 22-minute collective experience recreating the original event.
|Cast :||Rami Malek Gwilym Lee Ben Hardy Joseph Mazzello|
It's no definitive masterpiece but it's damn close.
Horrible, fascist and poorly acted
It’s fine. It's literally the definition of a fine movie. You’ve seen it before, you know every beat and outcome before the characters even do. Only question is how much escapism you’re looking for.
Excellent characters with emotional depth. My wife, daughter and granddaughter all enjoyed it...and me, too! Very good movie! You won't be disappointed.
Not much I can say except I don't see why people keep saying its a great movie, the plots boring, the voice acting's pretty bad, and the designs of the characters are confusing and nauseous. I will give it one up side and say that the animating is alright but other than that this movie has a lot that is just not going for it. The buildings in the city are too cartoony for a movie with this style, there main character is somewhat dull. Now all that being said the movie's idea is good, its a near classic but the way it was shown was not done well. And one more thing, the main character seems to be too heavily protected by plot, he seems to have a solution to each problem and doesn't seem to have a struggle.
Sometimes being an expatriated french living in an Anglo world for more than 10 years, can be an advantage in finding awesome french movies. No expectations or exposure to critics. stumbled upon it on this famous video streaming social network and just kept watching it because it was captivating... In France this would pass almost unnoticed due to the sheer number of motion pictures released considering that it is a TV production.Now a 'telefilm', might not have the same ambitions and budget than the big productions, but it still can be a very good movie and even a masterpiece. I am not an expert in cinema, however I have found "Fracture" to be an entertaining experience. The themes that it covers are nothing new for french society, suburbs, integration, violence/riots, racism, religion. Many movies since the 90's have touched those subjects, with various success. And "Fracture" does a good job of telling a story that still surprise you with some good acting from mostly unknown actors. The kids all do a good job (not always a fan of the performance of kids) as do the main actors Anaïs Demoustier and Samy Seghir. The script is carefully written and I like the progression of the storytelling. Nothing amazing with the camera work and general photography, not that you would expect so from such movies, but all my credits go to the director and production team for being able to still deliver. Last, I read on this website, after viewing the entire film that, it was made by an anti-racism government organism in France. And I believe the intention is that it should makes you think and it surely does that. At least to me :) Then again my personal impressions may be different than yours. If you read this I believe you either are french/francophone or learning/practicing french as I do not believe there would be subtitles. Maybe I am wrong. But if I am not it would be a good job for SBS, a public channel here in Australia, or Arte in Europe.
I saw this on Norwegian television again tonight and I must say - this is probably the best action flick Norway has produced.It's tense, it's fast, and it's very well directed. Exciting from start to finish, and a good plot.I love the end, when the main character tells us about the father - just like the film started.Creds to the team behind this one - a must see. I also love that they have used music from the Norwegian ban Gluecifer a lot, perfect music for this action flick.I hope we can make some more movies like this in the future.
This is the most solid snowboard movie I've seen. These guys are basically flown to the sickest places on the planet (New Zealand, Jackson Hole, Canada, Alaska) to create fresh lines after being dropped from helicopters. The aerial camera-work is solid, and the film includes beautiful shots of the mountains and the wildlife in these areas. The sponsors definitely paid up for this one; the guys are hitting massive kickers on otherwise untouched slopes.No wasted time on rails and jibs. Just big mountain riding and big air. There is a short segments which shows the guys at different big air competitions as well - those could be left out.The soundtrack is excellent.It gets a 9 instead of a 10 because of the shameless blatant product placement for Lib Tech.