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The Beatles.A Hard Day's Night / The Beatles. Вечер трудного дня
Legendary rock critic Dave Marsh once said that Elvis movies were bound to fail, all of them, because whatever drama they contained could not help but wilt next to the true legend of the man himself. Which is to say, Elvis' story was his own, and he didn't need Hollywood hacks dreaming up lesser ones.
This lesson could not have been lost on the men who made the Beatles films - in all five of them, the movie exists solely to reflect the glory of its subject. And not in any tinhorn costume-rack way, like Elvis movies did. John did not play a stock-car driver; George did not pretend to be living on an Indian reservation. They were four lads who shook the world, and that was the plot of each of their films, even the later ones. But that comes, well, later.
Perhaps no film captures the essence of the Fabs as well as A Hard Day's Night, however: certainly no other bit of celluloid can do a better job of explaining the initial appeal of the four. AHDN is a perfect entity because it looks and acts like the Beatles themselves - clothed in black and white, exuberant, youthful, politely arrogant, manic, absurd, rebellious, and desperate to break free. It manages to capture a moment in time and demonstrate its timelessness; it stands as a record of a cultural explosion, a four-way personality study, a social satire, and an historical document all at once, and does all of these things so effortlessly and without pretense that only a few decades of hindsight can prove it.
Oh, and there's a bit of music, as well, because while Beatlemania was arriving on American shores, the Beatles were arriving artistically. A major artistic leap above their earlier work, the music in A Hard Day's Night marks the undisputed crowning of the Beatles as the Kings of Rock and Roll. And if that crown was to eventually become too big for any one artist to wear, we had mainly the lads to thank, for it's with this film's soundtrack that the Fabs began to implement the changes that would turn Rock and Roll into a recognized art form. (Contrary to popular belief, it was already art.) For the first time in ages, rock fans were being challenged to keep up, with the songs as their own glorious reward. And from this point on, the Beatles were in the vanguard of the world's greatest Popular Music artists. Anyone who hadn't caught on yet was likely to be left behind
Группа "Битлз" в музыкально-биографическом фильме Ричарда Лестера "The Beatles. Вечер трудного дня".
Легендарная музыкальная комедия, закрепившая славу "ливерпульской четверки"! Они исполняют в фильме самих себя, как бы выступая в шоу, а еще в ленте есть самостоятельный развлекательный сюжет, который интересен сам по себе. Знаменитые, ставшие давно классикой песни "Битлов" никогда не надоедят настоящему меломану, а видеть своих кумиров - всегда счастье…
The Runaways / Ранэвэйс (2010/ENG/SCR) онлайн / online
Eng:The film opens with Cherie and her sister Marie Currie as Cherie has just got her first period. Marie's boyfriend picks up the two sisters from Marie's job "Pup n' Fries" and Marie announces to him that Cherie has gotten her period. Angry at her sister for telling, she informs Marie's boyfriend that Marie is not wearing any underwear. Later Cherie is seen cutting her hair in a shag and putting on face makeup in an attempt to create a David Bowie type look. The scene is accompanied by scenes of Joan huffing marijuana with her girlfriend. Cherie is later seen lip-syncing David Bowie at the school talent show and is the target of paper balls, to which Cherie reacts by flipping off the crowd, but wins the talent show.
Joan is making out with a guy outside a club when she sees record producer Kim Fowley. Joan approaches him and talks about starting an all-girl rock band. Kim is interested and introduces Joan to Sandy West, a drummer. Joan and Sandy become friends and start jamming when Kim suggests that they recruit a hot blonde.
At a club, Kim and Joan look for hot blondes and come over Cherie. They ask if she wants to be in a band and she accepts. Then they tell her to come to auditions in a trailer park in the valley.
Ru:Байопик о легендарной американской рокерше Джоан Джетт. Фильм затрагивает карьеру и жизнь певицы в 1970-е годы, когда она была солисткой девчачьей рок-группы «The Runaways».
Repo! The Genetic Opera / Генетическая опера(2008) Смотреть онлайн / online
In the year 2056 – the not so distant future – an epidemic of organ failures devastates the planet. Out of the tragedy, a savior emerges: GeneCo, a biotech company that offers organ transplants… for a price. Those who miss their payments are scheduled for repossession and hunted by villainous Repo Men.
In a world where surgery addicts are hooked on painkilling drugs and murder is sanctioned by law, a sheltered young girl searches for the cure to her own rare disease as well as information about her family’s mysterious history. After being sucked into the haunting world of GeneCo, she is unable to turn back, as all of her questions will be answered at the wildly anticipated spectacular event: The Genetic Opera.
Ru: Действие фильма происходит в 2056 году. В это время по миру проносится пандемия отказов человеческих органов. Гигантская корпорация придумывает лёгкий способ приобретения органов, за которым кроются ужасающие махинации, включая нелегальную перепродажу уже использованных сердец
Across the universe online
An original musical film, Across The Universe is a fictional love story set in the 1960s amid the turbulent years of anti-war protest, the struggle for free speech and civil rights, mind exploration and rock and roll. At once gritty, whimsical and highly theatrical, the story moves from high schools and universities in Massachusetts, Princeton and Ohio to the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Detroit riots, Vietnam and the dockyards of Liverpool. A combination of live action and animation, the film is paired with many songs by The Beatles that defined the time
Fact-based story about the drug-addled and sordid life of The Rolling Stones founder Brian Jones (Leo Gregory). Unfortunately the story moves so quickly into the sensationalized decadence and drug-induced state of Jones, that the unknowing viewer has to wonder why anyone would care. There are only a few framing sequences with members of The Stones, particularly Keith Richards (Ben Whishaw), that show they had a great respect for him and tried to bring him back into the band as he drifted away. Mixed into the destruction of Jones is a common builder, Frank Thorogood, (Paddy Considine), who is given the unenviable task of trying to please Jones by rebuilding his estate and to watch him per Jones' manager's (David Morrissey) instructions. Thorogood's life is so far removed from all of the sex and drugs that he sees, that he envies and desires the tawdry life as well, but never quite fits in. Unfortunately, at least according to this film and according to a supposed death bed confessional of Thorogood in 1993, it led to Thorogood's murder of Jones in a swimming pool "accident". Jones' Swedish girl friend is portrayed by Tuva Nuvotny. Other Stones are played by Luke de Woolfson (Jagger), Josef Altin (Wyman), and James D. White (Watts). The film contains full frontal male and female nudity, frequent graphic sex, constant drug use and profanity, and some violence as Brian beats his girl friend and, of course, the depiction of the murder.
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Benjamin Barker (Johnny Depp), a barber, is falsely arrested and sentenced to a life of hard labor in Australia by the evil Judge Turpin (Alan Rickman), who lusts after Barker's "beautiful and virtuous" wife, Lucy (Laura Michelle Kelly). Returning 15 years later, having escaped the Penal Colony, Barker adopts the alias "Sweeney Todd" and says goodbye to his friend, sailor Anthony Hope (Jamie Campbell Bower), who rescued him from the sea. He then returns to his old flat above Nellie Lovett's (Helena Bonham Carter) pie shop on Fleet Street....
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street online
A man who calls himself Sweeney Todd returns home to London after fifteen years in a penal colony prison in Australia. Being brought back to London by a young man named Anthony, Todd tells Anthony the story of a man named Benjamin Barker who lived in London fifteen years prior. Barker was considered the most skilled barber in all of London. Barker had lived happily with his beautiful wife Lucy, and their baby daughter Johanna. In spite of their happy life, the evil Judge Turpin lusted for Lucy, and as a result, falsely arrested Barker in order to have Lucy for himself. Living in Australia, Barker changed his name to Sweeney Todd, and became angry and depressed.
Todd returns to his old barber shop above Mrs. Lovett's pie shop on Fleet Street, where Lovett tells him that his wife took poison after being raped by Judge Turpin and took Todd's daughter Johanna for himself. Hearing his family's fate, Todd vows revenge on Turpin and all of those who wronged him. Meanwhile, Anthony is walking the street and sees Johanna in a window of Turpin's house and instantly falls in love with her, much to Turpin's disapproval.
Todd goes with Mrs. Lovett to the market where he denounces the Italian street barber Adolfo Pirelli and his young assistant Tobias "Toby" Ragg. Todd challenges Pirelli, who claims to be a master barber, to prove his shaving finesse in a speed contest. Seeing Bamford, Judge Turpin's assistant in the market, he asks him to judge the contest. Todd wins the contest, and after invites Bamford to his "tonsorial parlour" for a complimentary shave.
When Mrs. Lovett and Todd return to Fleet Street, Pirelli, after revealing himself as Todd's old assistant, Davey Collins, attempts to blackmail Todd with his former identity. Pirelli is murdered by an enraged Todd, and Toby is told that Pirelli was called away. As a result, Toby is employed at the pie shop.
Judge Turpin reveals to Bamford his marriage proposal to Johanna, however is disappointed by her refusal. Bamford suggests that he go to Todd and get a shave. Turpin agrees and goes to Todd for a shave. When Todd is about to kill him, they are interrupted by Anthony. Upon seeing Anthony, Turpin rages and vows to never come to Todd's establishment again. Furious at the thwarting of his plans for vengeance, Todd directs his anger at his innocent customers, who, as Mrs. Lovett suggests, can be baked into delicious pies in her oven. Todd enthusiastically agrees to this suggestion and even installs machinery in his barbers' chair to dump the bodies of his victims through a trap door to Lovett's basement bakehouse.
As Todd's barber shop and Lovett's pie shop prosper financially, Mrs. Lovett expresses her desire to marry Todd, shortly before Anthony returns to the shop to reveal that he has found Johanna at the insane asylum. Hearing this, Todd instructs Anthony to disguise himself as a wigmaker's apprentice and break Johanna out of the asylum. Todd then writes a letter to Turpin informing him of Anthony's plans to abduct Johanna to lure the evil Judge to the Barber shop. Toby to deliver the letter, and upon his return, expresses concerns about Todd to Mrs. Lovett, whom he'd become attatched to like a mother. Mrs. Lovett consoles him and lures him into the bakehouse, locking him inside.
Meanwhile, Bamford comes to Fleet Street investigate "foul odors" coming from the chimney of their building. While Todd lures Bamford into his barber shop, Toby (in the bakehouse) discovers the human bodies that are being ground up and put into the pies. Todd kills Bamford, and Toby flees into the sewers, narrowly avoiding Todd and Mrs. Lovett, who come down to kill him.
Meanwhile, Anthony and Johanna return to Todd's barber shop, where he tells her to wait for him. Disguised in men's clothing, Johanna takes a look around the shop, where she picks up a picture of what she does not realize is her mother holding her. She quickly scrambles into a chest in the corner of the room as a crazed beggar woman (seen previously throughout the film collecting alms and warning townspeople of Mrs. Lovett) enters, looking for Beadle Bamford. Soon after, Todd returns to the shop and is surprised by the beggar woman, who appears to recognize Todd. Hearing Turpin about to enter, Todd, in a panic, quickly slits the beggar woman's throat and drops her body down the chute. Turpin enters the room seconds later and accepts Todd's spontaneous offer for a shave. Looming with his sharp razor over Turpin, Todd reveals his true identity to the Judge and then brutally murders him, stabbing him in the neck and slashing his throat.
Todd then discovers Johanna hiding in the trunk and, not recognizing her, prepares to kill her. Mistaking her for a man, he offers to give her a shave only to be interrupted by Mrs. Lovett's screams from downstairs. He leaves his daughter with a warning to forget his face and races to the bakehouse. Mrs. Lovett, identifying the beggar woman's body, tries hurriedly to dispose of the corpse, but when she opens the oven door and light is shed on the face of the beggar woman, Todd recognizes her as his wife, Lucy, whom he believed to be dead. Lovett then reveals that Lucy survived her suicide attempt, but the poison drove her mad. Mrs. Lovett tries to persuade Todd she lied because of her love for him, claiming she was "only thinking of him". Todd, deranged, proceeds to waltz with Lovett around the bakehouse and furiously throws her into the oven. Todd closes the furnace door. Todd then returns to Lucy and cradles her dead body. An enraged Toby emerges and picks up Todd's discarded knife, and slashes his throat. Todd dies holding Lucy in his arms
This film left me speechless. And now, almost two months later I still don't know how to put into words the experience of seeing Control. Directed by the fabulous Anton Corbijn, and staring newcomer Sam Riley, the film tells the tale of the infamous Ian Curtis, however it isn't a typical biopic. The film is mostly from the perspective of his wife Debroah (and based off her memoirs) and the always wonderful Samantha Morton plays the role with such force and apt that you feel physically uncomfortable at numerous times during the film. Paying homage to the music, and with a tasteful, yet horrifying take on Curtis' eventual demise, Control is a film worthy of high praise, personally putting it up right against Sid And Nancy in top musical films.
Across the universe
A dock worker Jude travels to America in the 1960s to find his estranged father. There he falls in love with sheltered American teenager Lucy. When her brother Max is drafted to fight in the Vietnam War, they become involved in peace activism. The film title and main characters are named after various songs by The Beatles.
I thought I would put together a little synopsis/review of the movie, so you can decide whether to see it or not .The plot of the movie, while full of many side stories and copious characters, is pretty simple. The general story-line is that a guy named Jude travels to America from Liverpool, England to find his father, and at the same time falls in love with a girl named Lucy. the story is set in the middle of the Vietnam war, and Lucy decides to join a protest group who turn radical, which weakens Jude and Lucy’s love for each other. Jude ends up getting sent back to England beause he came to america without a visa. I won’t ruin the ending for you, but it involves the song “All You Need is Love”. The cool thing about the movie is that it stitches the story together with songs by The Beatles. I really liked this, as I like The Beatles’ music. The songs seem to fit so perfectly, and they help tell the story in a unique way.Now for my thoughts on the movie. I liked this movie, I thought I had a plot that wasn’t too predictable. It was a little psychedelic in parts, but I guess that’s understandable as it is set in the late 1960’s (if I did my math correctly). I thought the characters had good “chemistry,” which is all to uncommon in movies these days.I would give the movie 4 out of 5. It had a good story, good music, and overall, it was great!Across the Universe is now available on iTunes, or at your local dvd store
Daft Punk - Electroma
Daft Punk's Electroma is a film by French duo Daft Punk. The plot revolves around the quest of two robots (the band members, played by Peter Hurteau and Michael Reich) to become human. The music featured in this film is not by Daft Punk. This is a first for the duo considering their previous film and home video releases, D.A.F.T. and Interstella 5555. While initially receiving mixed reviews, theatrical screenings of the film have since been well received.
Участники французского электронного дуэта Daft Punk дебютируют в качестве кинорежиссеров.
«Daft Punk Electroma» представляет собой «психоделическую музыкальную и визуальную одиссею», рассказывающую историю двух роботов, которые мечтают стать людьми.
В фильме нет диалогов, акцент сделан именно на музыкальную и визуальную стороны.
High School Musical 1-2
The all-new, smash hit Disney Channel Original Movie everyone is talking about is now available for the first time ever on -- with never-before-seen bonus features that will rock your house! Troy (Zac Efron), the popular captain of the basketball team, and Gabriella (Vanessa Anne Hudgens), the brainy and beautiful member of the academic club, break all the rules of East High society when they secretly audition for the leads in the school's musical. As they reach for the stars and follow their dreams, everyone learns about acceptance, teamwork, and being yourself. And it's all set to fun tunes and very cool dance moves! Featuring the hottest talent, HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL celebrates the power of music in this hip, entertaining, gotta-get-up-and-dance movie.
What time is it? Time for High School Musical 2, the sequel to the Disney Channel smash that aired on Aug. 17, 2007 and became the most-watched basic-cable show ever. School is out, and Troy (Zac Efron) and Gabriella (Vanessa Hudgens) are looking forward to a summer to remember, but Troy also needs to make bank so he can go to college. As it turns out, Sharpay (Ashley Tisdale), the self-proclaimed primo girl of East High, has her eye set on primo-boy Troy, and gets him a job at the country club her parents own. It looks great for Troy when Gabriella and the rest of the Wildcats are hired also, but when he gets preferential treatment from the club manager (Mark Taylor) and others, it puts all of his relationships in hot water.
Everyone's back from the original movie, including Zac's buddy Chad (Corbin Bleu), Sharpay's brother Ryan (Lucas Grabeel), and Gabriella's friend Taylor (Monique Coleman). And the songs on the hit soundtrack often parallel the originals and are just as catchy: the Troy-Gabriella duet ("You Are the Music in Me," which is later Sharpay-ized into a rock version), the sports-flavored hip-hop number ("I Don't Dance," but this time on the baseball diamond instead of the basketball court), the Gabriella lament ("Gotta Go My Own Way"), the climactic stage duet ("Everyday"), and the mass-ensemble closer ("All for One"). But the sequel doesn't just stick to the status quo. Other songs include a flashy opener ("What Time Is It"), Sharpay's poolside feature ("Fabulous"), a percussive ensemble number ("Work This Out"), and Zac's solo ("Bet On It"), and the dances are even bigger this time around, relentlessly high-energy and often spectacular. In addition, the "let's put on a show" angle ! is only a subplot and the romance is now front and center--which means High School Musical has lost a bit of its innocence. But it's still wholesome viewing for tweens of all ages. Sharp-eyed Disney Channel fans will spot Miley "Hannah Montana" Cyrus as an extra.
The extended-edition adds one new scene, in which Sharpay and Ryan perform the Hawaiian-themed "Humuhumunukunukuapua'a," which not only is fun but adds a bit of character development for Ryan. This number (which was on the CD as a bonus track) is incorporated into the movie and also accessible from the bonus-features menu, along with a four-minute blooper reel and music videos for "You Are the Music in Me" (one U.S. version and a Mexican version with Paulina Holguin and Roger) and "Gotta Go My Own Way (Canadian versions in French and English, both with Nikki Yanofsky). A "dance rehearsal cam" shows the choreographers and cast working on nine numbers (36 minutes total). Director-choreographer Kenny Ortega coaches, offers pep talk, and declares, "If it wasn't for Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon, we wouldn't be here!" There are two sing-along options, one with English subtitles and a "karaoke" version with English subtitles but no vocals
Linkin Park TV (1-2 season)
LPTV - это цикл видеороликов, которые одноименная группа выложила на youtube.com в 2007 году. В свет вышло уже 2 сезона (1- 10 эпизодов; 2- 15 эпизодов).
В этих видео ребята показывают свои будние дни изнутри. Они посвящены прошедшим турам, созданиям альбомов, включая Minutes To Midnight и еще многим занятным событиям..
Все эпизоды LPTV и LPUTV снимал Билл Берг-Хиллинджер (Bill Berg-Hillinger), работавший над их DVD "Frat Party at the Pankake Festival", чтобы задокументировать создание нового альбома группы.
"Он снимал, как мы пишем песни, сводим их. Все это войдет в серию короткометражных роликов с общим названием LPTV.В каждой серии вы сможете увидеть, как мы готовим песни от написания до записи. Это будет впечатляюще, запись будет интересна как раз для тех, кто хотел бы взглянуть на творческий процесс изнутри.." - команда Linkin park.
Stoned, also known as The Wild and Wycked World of Brian Jones in the UK, is a 2005 film about Brian Jones, one of the founding members of The Rolling Stones. The movie is a cinematic work of historical fiction, taking as its premise the idea that Jones was murdered by Frank Thorogood, a houseguest whom Jones's girlfriend Anna Wohlin accused in her book, The Murder Of Brian Jones. The movie also paints a picture of Jones's substance abuse and sexual excesses, in part to explain his firing from The Rolling Stones, and in part to establish possible motive for the alleged murder.
The film was directed by Stephen Woolley, and written by Neal Purvis and Robert Wade. Leo Gregory played the role of Brian Jones and Paddy Considine of Frank Thorogood
Streets of Fire
Streets of Fire is a 1984 film directed by Walter Hill, and co-written by Hill and Larry Gross. It was described in previews, trailers, and posters as "A Rock & Roll Fable." It is an unusual mix of musical, action, drama and comedy with elements both retro-1950s and 1980s. The film stars Michael Paré as a soldier of fortune who returns home to rescue his ex-girlfriend (Diane Lane) who has been kidnapped by Raven (Willem Dafoe) and his motorcycle gang, the Bombers. Some of the film was shot on the backlot of Universal Studios in California on two large, elaborate sets covered in a tarp 1,240 feet long by 220 feet wide so that night scenes could be filmed during the day.
The film was promoted as a summer blockbuster but was not well-received critically or commercially, grossing only USD $8 million in North America, well below its $14.5 million budget. Its dynamic musical score by the likes of Jim Steinman, Ry Cooder and others, however, has helped it attain something of a cult following among fans.
In a fictional city, the film opens with a concert featuring Ellen Aim (Diane Lane), a "girl from the neighborhood" known as "the Richmond." She is the lead singer of the eponymous band Ellen Aim and The Attackers and has returned home to give a concert. A biker gang known as the Bombers enters the auditorium as she is finishing "Nowhere Fast." Ellen is attacked and kidnapped by Raven Shaddock (Willem Dafoe), the leader of the Bombers. Some in the crowd try to save Ellen, but to no avail.
Witnessing all of this is Reva Cody (Deborah Van Valkenburgh), who runs a local diner. She wires her kid brother Tom Cody (Michael Paré), an ex-soldier and Ellen's ex-boyfriend, to rescue her. Tom arrives by elevated train, and after taking Reva home, checks out the local tavern, the Blackhawk, where Clyde (Bill Paxton) tends bar. He is annoyed by a tomboyish looking ex-soldier named McCoy (Amy Madigan), a mechanic who "could drive anything," as well as being good with her fists. They leave the bar and McCoy asks Tom for a place to stay for the night. He obliges, taking her home, where she gets the couch. That night, Tom and Reva plan to rescue Ellen; Reva is to contact Billy Fish (Rick Moranis), Ellen's manager and current boyfriend to meet at the diner in the morning.
While Reva and McCoy go to the diner to wait for Billy, Tom acquires a cache of weapons that includes a pump action shotgun, a Stainless Ruger Redhawk revolver and a Marlin lever action rifle. Tom and Billy meet at the diner and Tom agrees to the rescue, on the condition that Billy pays him $10,000 and that he goes with Tom back into "the Battery" to get Ellen. Billy agrees, and Tom hires McCoy to drive for 10%.
In the Battery, they visit Torchie's where Billy used to book bands. They wait until nightfall, down the block under an overpass, watching a lot of bikers come and go. Inside the bar, The Blasters play "One Bad Stud" while a dancer (cameo by Marine Jahan) gyrates on a small stage. Raven has Ellen tied up to a bed in a room upstairs. As Tom, Billy and McCoy approach Torchie's, Tom directs Billy to return to the car and be out front in fifteen minutes. Tom plans to go in topside while McCoy uses the front door.
Ellen Aim (Diane Lane) and the Attackers.McCoy enters and is stopped by one of the Bombers. McCoy, pretending to like him, follows him to his special "party room," just down the hall from where Raven is playing poker. McCoy pulls a handgun on the gang member and knocks him out with the butt of her weapon. Tom explores the building across from the bar until he is directly across from Ellen's window. McCoy bursts into the card game and gets the drop on Raven and the rest. Tom starts to blow up the bikes, shooting their gas tanks, then slides down and runs up to Ellen's room. He cuts her free and, with McCoy's help, escapes just as Billy arrives at the front door.
As the others jump into the convertible, Tom sends them off to meet at the Grant Street Overpass, then blows up the gas pumps outside the bar as a diversion. Raven appears out of the flames and chaos to confront Tom. After learning who he is, Raven warns he'll be back for her - and for him, too. Tom escapes on the one motorcycle that survived destruction. Billy is persuading Ellen to wise up, telling her the only reason her ex-boyfriend rescued her was for money. Tom arrives and jumps into the car, and McCoy pointedly explains to Billy that Tom used to be Ellen's old flame.
Ditching the very visible street rod in a parking garage, Ellen follows Tom up the stairs, while Billy and McCoy take the elevator. Ellen and Tom fight as Billy and McCoy go back and forth once again about Tom and Ellen's love affair. When they all meet up on the street, they are in the Battery. The group returns Ellen safely home where she initially rejects her home town as well as Tom. Later, he goes to the hotel where Ellen and Billy are staying to collect his reward. He only takes McCoy's cut and throws the rest in Billy's face. He then tells Ellen that there was a time he would've done anything for her but no more. As Tom storms out, Ellen follows and the two embrace in the rain.
Meanwhile, Raven informs the police chief that he wants Tom to confront him alone. If he agrees he will leave the Richmond alone. The chief tells Tom to get out of town. Tom, Ellen and McCoy leave on a train. He knocks out Ellen and returns to town for a climatic battle with Raven involving railroad spike hammers. Tom defeats Raven. Later that night, he says a final goodbye to Ellen and rides off with McCoy.
The Freshest Kids: A History of The B-Boy
Breaking... Born at Kool D.J. Herc's House parties in the early '70s, catapulted to a worldwide phenomenon in the '80s, and now experiencing its latest gravity-defying incarnation as a thriving underground movement, "The Freshest Kids" brings to you the illest B-Boying this planet has ever witnessed. Over two hours of hardcore breaking gives you an all-access pass to the underground world of B-Boys spanning the last 25+ years. See and hear the early history via rare archival footage and exclusive interviews with The Nigga Twins, Spy (the man with 1000 moves), Rock Steady Crew icons Crazy Legs and Ken Swift, The New York City Breakers, Mr. Wiggles, Styelements and the world's most innovative B-boys of the next generation along with hip-hop legends Kool D.J. Herc, Afrika Bambaataa, KRS-One, Mos Def and many more as they come together to reveal for the first time the most comprehensive history of B-Boying, its evolution and its place within hip-hop culture and beyond. These are The Freshest Kids and this is their story!
Это корневое видео рассказывает и показывает настоящий B-Boying с самого его зарождения и по наши дни. В документальном фильме приняли участие: Kool D.J. Herc, Mr. Freeze, Popmaster Fabel, Mr. Wiggles, Trac 2, Rakim, Crazy Legs, Ken Swift, Frosty Freeze, Sundance, Spy, Jojo, Afrika Bambaata, The Nigga Twins, Batch, Mos Def, Jurassic 5, KRS 1, Redman, Fat Joe, Fab 5 Freddy. Это видео рекомендуется иметь всем настоящим B-Boys
Dance with Me
It's not exactly Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, but this 1998 entry, starring Vanessa Williams and newcomer Chayanne offers its own terpsichorean pleasures. The story centers on Rafael Infante (Chayanne), a Cuban émigré to Texas, where he takes a menial job at a local dance studio run by John Burnett (Kris Kristofferson). There, he falls for Ruby Sinclair (Vanessa Williams), a one-time ballroom championship contender looking for the opportunity to compete for the title once more. The romance seems a foregone conclusion but has some snap thanks to a crisp performance by Williams and a sunny (if limited) one by Chayanne, a singing star in Puerto Rico. Best of all is the dancing itself. In terms of both energy, exuberance, and style, this film's dance sequences rank with the best of the decade's limited celebration of the kinetic art, such as Strictly Ballroom and Shall We Dance. Though the movie's central plot secret seems obvious from the first downbeat, the film takes off every time the dance music kicks in