This classic clip presents the story of a young girl reading a comic book about a heroic guy and his fantastic adventures. Then the fictional animated character on paper invites the real ... See full summary »
"Bohemian Rhapsody" is widely considered to be one of the best songs of all time and defined Queen's career. In this groundbreaking music video, the band perform their hit with a bunch of lights and colors.
Duran Duran's clip for their massive classic "Hungry Like the Wolf" presents the band traveling to Sri Lanka in some curious and strange adventures, with Simon Le Bon meeting an exotic girl... See full summary »
Pat Benatar plays a woman who runs away from her family to become a dancer in a club. However, when she finds out the owner of the club is more than what he seems, she convinces the other dancers to rise up against him with her.
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Miss Moore trying to convince us of her bad girl status
"P!nk: Trouble" is as the title already says the 4-minute music video by the artist mentioned there for the song "Trouble". I will refrain from using the alias used in the title as honestly with the !, it is really very much on the embarrassing side (and obviously trying to hide the fact that she is named after the least bad-ass of all colors while not having the guts to sacrifice her pseudonym and make music as Alecia Moore). The song is a bit catchy, but that's really the only positive thing I can say here. Depth is non-existent in the lyrics and the music video (directed by Sophie Muller) is mostly on the embarrassing side. Oh well, I guess enough people bought the pretense by Miss Moore here as she is still a successful recording artist today, almost 15 years after this video came out. The Pussy Cat Dolls add nothing in here and I am a bit surprised they are even in it because isn't this the music that Moore criticized on many occasions and that she does not want to be associated with? Anyway, the most interesting thing for me was perhaps the inclusion of Jeremy Renner in his early 30s, a while before his big breakthrough in Hollywood and his Oscar nominations. Lets just say his participation here as a sheriff (with cringeworthy makeup in his face) was a sin from his early days. I can forgive him for that looking at how great of an actor he has become. As for these 4 minutes here: I have no trouble giving this one a thumbs-down. Not recommended.
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