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An American Tail (1986)
this animation is one of my fondest ever... i recall watching it when it first came out in the movies..and when i was about 5 or 6 years old... after that i remember my parents buying my the VHS if it..and it was damaged after a while because i had watched it too often.
it made me cry when Fievel was spilt from his family and was all alone by himself when yet they were so close by, just around the corner. i cried when i was 5 and i cried again when i borrowed it on video just recently...and I'm 19 now. the songs featured in this cartoon is one of the best too...
one of the best cartoons ever created. everyone should have at least seen it once.
The Women of Charmed (2000)
Good but can be better
A good behind the scenes look at the awesome series, the actresses were amazing and looked totally honest and really friendly. The three leads and also the other regulars were interesting and especially the writers, producers and the special effects people...it was interesting to know how the show is filmed.
It could have been better though if they featured bloopers and more funny moments...being the only behind the scenes of charmed.
Moulin Rouge! (2001)
So delighting, so exciting. An amazing film, who would have thought Nicole Kidman could look so amazing and play the role of a prostitute with such skill...she definately shined especially in the comedy scenes such as when she was attempting to hide her lover, Christian from the Duke...and that voice, she certainly can carry a tune very well....i would have to say she did a much better job of singing than Gwyneth Paltrow in Duets.
The background of the film, created by special effects was very impressive as well. The dance moves and the directing were superb. However i feel that most the credits of this amazing film lies in its musical section, throwing in all types of music from all over, from "the hills are alive with the sound of music" to "diamonds and a girls best friend". The whole concept of where the origins of the songs though not at all logical or making sense... but then again... it's not suppose to be seen that way. Enjoy the film, as a musical, as we've not had such an amazing and spectacular musical in the cinemas for a long time.
Wild Things (1998)
An interesting film, i felt that it had several elements of Film Noir, with the whole femme fatale in it and the whole devious crime detective plot. The cast was well chosen and Neve Campbell and Denise Richards were sizzling in the film. I was totally unexpected of the twist and the ending which made this film in a way a 'shocker' as that one does not really know what to expect next. A good film, very cleverly written.
Mr. & Mrs. Smith (1996)
i loved this show and felt that it shouldn't have been cancelled. it had the suspense, the mystery, the excitement and as in all shows, the sexual tension between the 2 lead characters. i was utterly disappointed that they had to cancel the series in its beginning stages. Maria Bello was fantastic in the show and so was Scott Bakula. It was one of the better tv shows around.
it was an amazing concert...makes u wished that u were part of the audience. i watched it and was jumping alone, dancing and singing to it...the ambience and atmosphere of the video was one of a party mood and it certainly got me going. though most of the video, as usual focused on Andrea (who looked fantastic as always) there was a very reasonable amount of footage of the others like Jim, Caroline & Sharon.
Unplugged: The Corrs (2000)
it was a good show, with many other songs performed that was not released on any album such as "everybody hurts" and "old town".good video though it could have been better if there was more interaction between them and the audience. i especially love the performance of "no frontiers" between Sharon and Caroline, as they seldom sing lead.