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(15199) 6.9 118 min 2019

Blinded by the Light is a movie starring Billy Barratt, Ronak Singh Chadha Berges, and Viveik Kalra. In England in 1987, a teenager from an Asian family learns to live his life, understand his family and find his own voice through...

Lee Barnett, Ronak Singh Chadha Berges, Billy Barratt, Viveik Kalra
Music, Drama, Comedy
Gurinder Chadha

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Music, Drama, Comedy
Director Gurinder Chadha
Writer Sarfraz Manzoor, Bruce Springsteen, Paul Mayeda Berges, Gurinder Chadha, Sarfraz Manzoor
Stars Lee Barnett, Ronak Singh Chadha Berges, Billy Barratt, Viveik Kalra
Country France, UK, USA
Also Known As Cegado por la luz, Blinded by the Light - Travolto dalla musica, Music of my Life, La música de mi vida, La Música de mi Vida, Blinded by the Light. Siła muzyki, Blinded by the Light (Cegado por la luz), 炫目之光, カセットテープ・ダイアリーズ, Lakhalom Be'Gadol, A Música da Minha Vida, Blinded by the Light - O Poder da Música, Blinded By The Light, Hudba mého života
Runtime 1H 58M
Description In England in 1987, a teenager from an Asian family learns to live his life, understand his family and find his own voice through the music of American rock star Bruce Springsteen.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 28 Oct 2020 02:26

Let me just start out by saying I am a big fan of Shirley MacLaine and any of her movies. Although I am in my late 40's I always keep up on her career because there have been a few movies that I have watched and I have enjoyed them. The problem with watching her movies is she is a one-dimensional actress. I always see her playing someone like this mean, low self esteem woman and never find out why she does what she does. In this movie I find out why she does what she does and why she has chosen to do what she does. There are many small details in this movie that can't be explained but are just there. For example, in one scene you see her play a violin in a bar and the first thing you hear is that she plays one note and then you hear another note. But once the note is played the same instrument sounds the same. Other examples of small details in this movie are the fire scene in the movie which is a funeral scene with the people surrounding the funeral and you see the firemen who bring the bodies out of the fire. In that scene you can see the body of one of the dead people being brought out of the fire and seen to the right. A firemen tells the dead woman she is going to be cremated in the next few days. Then you can see the body of the dead woman being carried out in the funeral wagon which has the letter "W" painted on the back. When you see the letter you can see the words "CEM" written in black on a red background. In the next scene you see the person next to her going to her grave and this woman's body is lying in the cemetery and the letter "CEM" is painted in black on a red background. You can see this in every scene in this movie, so you will see the small details. It is a wonderful movie to watch and it has a good message that is something you will always remember.
Saturday, 10 Oct 2020 23:02

By my standards, this is a typical chick flick. But for the writer/director, it is a "don't touch my b*tch" film. It is the story of a high school teenager named Cory, who is a female but a male at heart. She has a boyfriend, but not one who she loves, because she doesn't know if she wants to be with someone or not. Her closest friends are her mother, who is a police officer, and her father, a criminal. He is a relatively successful con man who has just got out of prison and has an excellent home. Cory doesn't know this. When she is stuck on her stop, she is told to move to the front of the line by the school principal. She does, and they both have a very good day together. When Cory gets in to the bus, they are told that it will take about five hours to get to school. So, they decide to hitchhike from the start. They have a great time, and wind up in front of Cory's school with her new boyfriend. They decide that they don't really want to be friends, but that she can do without her boyfriend, and their friendship begins. The thing about this film is that the characters are very likable. It is believable that they are teenagers who have experienced a lot. It is believable that the girls have very high standards of what they are supposed to be. It is believable that Cory can just be herself and be herself, and that they can just be friends. The movie is also realistic in that it isn't trying to be realistic. In fact, it's more of an idea film. The story is very simple. I will admit, I was somewhat disappointed with the ending. It was a bit abrupt, and seemed to drag on a little bit, but it was still a good ending. I really enjoyed it and recommend it. This is an enjoyable movie and I look forward to seeing it again.
Thursday, 11 Jun 2020 16:39

A great film about an eccentric man's (Alfred Hitchcock) climb to stardom, a tale of love, tragedy, and his desire to continue his success, which is something he never achieved with a similar film, "Man With a Movie Camera". This is a rare moment of career acting by Cate Blanchett. She shows the typical Hitchcock-esque character who never knows when to stop. She can play both serious and fun in the same film. Robert Redford (played by William Goldman) is interesting to watch, who has problems being recognized. One of the greatest surprises of the film is Ronny Cox as Alfred Hitchcock. He is creepy, cocky, and weird. I was surprised to see him playing a role so different from his normal character. It was also nice to see Steve Buscemi and David Hyde Pierce playing roles opposite of Hitchcock. I also like the French Connection style of directing which Alfred Hitchcock was famous for. It reminded me of some of the Best Westerns (Cowboy up, Out of the Blue, Seven Days in the Valley of Death) where the writer actually wrote the script. Also, John Giamatti's character is interesting. He is trying to be a normal person. His fascination with being a rock star has some parallels with the man's obsession with an actress playing a character named Clara Bow. (Clara Bow is actually an actress named Clara Cornish who made a few movie roles.) For all of you Alfred Hitchcock fans, it is also a great film. It is a shame it did not do better in the theaters because it has some very good acting. However, most of the films are produced, owned, or funded by the film companies. So, a large part of the profits from the film actually goes to the film company.
Thursday, 11 Jun 2020 04:27

In Blinded by the Light, Nicolas Cage is a man trying to make a living as a DJ by gigging at the airport. When he takes off his radio headphones, he realizes that the world he has left behind is gone. Although there are many elements to the film that Cage does an excellent job of, I found one element of the film that he did do well that he would do well to use in other films: his ability to give us some very candid quotes. The first one he uses is, "When I say I love you, I feel like a maniac killing people." Some of you may cringe at this statement, but for those of you who have seen "Hard Eight" and "Battleship", you know what I mean. The reason that he says it that way is because he is so sure that he is overreacting to something that is not his fault. He says it to someone that he has known for years, and has grown to love, and to use it as a crutch. The other quote is very similar to that, when he says, "I love you because you are my first love. I love you because you love me. You do not love me. You love me because I am your first love." It is very important to know that Cage is a man that comes from a broken home. When he is in the hotel room, he almost feels that he is being held hostage to a relationship that he had not known in a very long time. He is absolutely crushed by this knowledge, and he does not want to share his knowledge with anyone else. He wants to love again, but he cannot do it without first having a conversation with the woman that he knows loves him. I was very impressed by this movie, and I think that it is a very worthwhile movie to watch. It is well-written, and I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a feel-good movie that is worth seeing.

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