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Source: The Roxy, L.A. - 12 August 1976. The show was recorded for a radio broadcast and probably derives from a copy taped off the air. The whole concert has been officially released on the 2001 expanded CD version of Leave Home Side 1: Loud Mouth/ Beat On The Brat/ Blitzkrieg Bop/ I Remember You/...
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Australia is usually known for its glorious climate - Bondi Beach sunbathers, shrimps on the barbie, frolicking dolphins, and all that - but the Cure brought the gloomy English weather with them when they journeyed south of the equator to play the Vivid Festival at the Sydney Opera House on May 31/June 1.
Nerve wants to be a cautionary tale about the perils of desiring fame through social media, but it isn't willing to go to the darker... Star Trek Beyond The Star Wars-ification of Star Trek continues; better than the others, but still not good enough.
Every day, WatchThis offers staff recommendations inspired by a new movie coming out that week . This week : With Battle Of The Year 3-D waltzing into theaters, we look back on other movies about dancers. All That Jazz (1979) Strictly speaking, All That Jazz isn't about a dancer.
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
The Mick Jagger look-the sartorial embodiment of rock star swagger for the past 50 years-is unmistakable, and iconic. The hair, the lips, the unforgettable outfits, it's all pure Mick. Though Jagger's style is instantly recognizable, it has never been stagnant; the star evolves his look to suit each era, continuously finding himself at the forefront of trends.
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It's not difficult to identify some of the reasons why writer-director Blake Edwards' sex comedy "10" struck a nerve during its highly successful initial release. The story of a middle-aged man who can't stand the fact that young swingers are having wild sex while he's stuck in a frosty monogamous relationship, the picture spoke to a whole generation of squares who felt like they were missing out on the erotic perks of the counterculture.
By Richard Winters My Rating: 3 out of 10 4-Word Review: Bo Derek is hot. George Webber (Dudley Moore) is a successful songwriter who has just turned 42 and finds himself longing for a beautiful younger woman (Bo Derek) that he sees while driving. Problem is he meets her on her wedding day and yet...
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Based on its title alone, to say nothing of the film's wretched poster, Lifeguard should be a sleazy sex comedy. But instead, it's a somewhat well-observed character piece about an iconoclastic man wrestling with other people's perceptions of his prolonged-adolescent lifestyle. Sam Elliot, his signature sweet 'stache already firmly secured on his upper lip, plays Rick, an L.A.
A year-round California lifeguard, Rick Carlson (pre-gray Sam Elliott) has resisted the pull of others' expectations longer than most of us do. But in the 1976 quiet character study Lifeguard, set during the summer of his 15-year class reunion, he finally wrestles to answer the perennial questions: What do you want?