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(176) 9.1 2018

Twiceland is a movie starring Na-yeon Im, Mina Sharon Myoui, and Momo Hirai. The girl group Twice's big-screen film is the movie version of their world tour 'Twiceland Zone 2: Fantasy Park'.

Starring
Mina Sharon Myoui, Na-yeon Im, Chae-Young Son, Momo Hirai
Genres
Documentary, Music
Director
Jin-young Park

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Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 12:28

The Dark Side of "Stevie" is a film about the life and times of the legendary recording artist Stevie Wonder. Not a lot of information is actually given about the musician, but much of it is presented in a matter-of-fact way. The film is a love story and as such the music is practically non-existent. It is rather a musical about the story of Wonder's life and career. It has the feel of a documentary, but that doesn't mean it is not a good documentary. For me it is a compelling tale of a legend, which I found both entertaining and enlightening. It is entertaining because the film has a charm to it that makes it feel like a documentary. The acting in the film is fine, but the songs are mostly left out of the film. The film doesn't focus on the music in any real way, but rather on the people, the experiences and the ups and downs. I liked the fact that the film left out a lot of the time Wonder spent with his wife. As a fan of Wonder I was a little disappointed that the film didn't mention her, but as a film it was actually a good move. As a documentary it is a very good choice. I found it interesting how the film focused on a lot of the difficulties Wonder had with his career and family, while never really giving much in-depth explanation as to why Wonder was such a great artist. The film is an interesting and entertaining story, but it is mostly told in a matter-of-fact way. It is not very much about the musician, but more about his life and how he lived it. The performances are mostly good, especially the ones by the singer/songwriter Walter Becker and the singer/songwriter Bobby Whitlock. Overall, a good documentary about a legend and a good documentary about a man and his life.
Tuesday, 05 May 2020 10:48

I'm a huge fan of Weird Al. I'm also a HUGE fan of the documentary series. It's always the same thing, even if the different episodes are sometimes the same thing. A documentary about the making of a movie that's directed by the director himself, is a fascinating look at how he makes it. This one's a little different though. For one, it's done on a personal level, so it's about the man behind the camera rather than the man behind the microphone. Al does talk about his past and how he was motivated to do this. It's also mostly about the acting. We get to see his children, he talks about his struggles in the industry, and he talks about the directing of the movie. It's a pretty intimate look at the director and how he made the film. We also get to hear about the recording sessions for the film, and how Al got started. It's a fun documentary, and it's fun to see how he comes up with the ideas for his films. There are plenty of fun facts, but you have to pay attention to be a fan of Al. You have to be a fan of the filmmaker to understand his work. You have to understand the process of making a film and the problems he had with the script. It's not a documentary about how Al makes his movies, it's a documentary about him making his movies. But the most fun part is watching his family, and the family that makes up his life. It's a great documentary about Al and his family. He's an awesome director, and the most important thing for him is his family. But his family is just the thing that keeps him grounded. He's a very talented man, but he doesn't need the money to be a successful man. He needs the love and the love of his family to make him feel like he's still alive. It's a great story, and it's great to see his family and see his creative process, but I wish that we had seen more of the acting in the documentary. We could have seen more of the making of the movie and seen how the film came to be. But I'm glad that we got to hear some of the fun facts about his family and the director, and the process of making the film. It's fun, it's informative, and it's entertaining. I'd recommend it for fans of Al, and fans of the making of the film. It's a great documentary, but it's not the most important part. I'd recommend it for fans of the film and for fans of Al. I think it's worth watching.


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