0 of 8 people found the following review helpful
... yes... 90 mins... I couldnt go on!
This movie is just terrible. Never had an interest in anything to do with this play and only watched under duress but I sooooo wish i hadnt... this movie and its attrocious singing actually gave me severe stomach pains... strange but totally true. And when i finally put my foot down and turned this crap off the stomach pains strangly disappeared!! Go figure.
Anyway... i urge you to avoid this film like the plague... its painfully dull and just plain s***!!
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
ok... now i was lead to believe that film companies had relaxed their Region Code idiocy for the invention of BluRay... and as this movie is not available in England yet I purchased it
when it arrived it quite clearly says on the back regions A B C in a little triangle.
i put the disc in my Sony 3D bluray player for it to flash up a green screen stating This is a region A dsc only!!!
Trading Standards?? Mis-selling a product?? or just an annoyed customer who was actually lookin forward to watching what sounds like a pretty good movie.
5 of 13 people found the following review helpful
As with all90's female rock musicians, 1 amazing first album and then a long line of nothing.
I love love LOVE Little Earthquakes; so powerful and timeless.
Then came Under The Pink; the beginning of nearly 2 decades of a rather dull ego-trip that, has boiled down to Gold Dust.
I saw Tori at the Royal Albert Hall on the 3rd of October 2012, on her Gold Dust Orchestral Tour, and I am sorry to say she has lost her spark... her magic for smart, story-telling lyrics over hooky, piano driven rock.
I had to leave the show during the interval, I was so bored. This is NOT the Tori Amos that I fell in love with. She is boring and just set on Repeat these days. I have read that… Read more