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(2174) 7.5 114 min 2019

Pavarotti is a movie starring Luciano Pavarotti, Andrea Griminelli, and Nicoletta Mantovani. Life, works and achievements of opera legend Luciano Pavarotti.

Nicoletta Mantovani, Plácido Domingo, Andrea Griminelli, Luciano Pavarotti
Music, Biography, Documentary
Ron Howard

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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, Biography, Documentary
Director Ron Howard
Writer Cassidy Hartmann, Mark Monroe
Stars Nicoletta Mantovani, Plácido Domingo, Andrea Griminelli, Luciano Pavarotti
Country Italy, UK, France, USA
Also Known As パヴァロッティ 太陽のテノール, Pavaroti, Παβαρότι
Runtime 1H 54M
Description Life, works and achievements of opera legend Luciano Pavarotti.

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Friday, 04 Sep 2020 08:44

In an era when many a filmmaker wants to make a movie about the rap music, there's a lot of focus on the music itself and a lot of interest in it. In this particular case, as noted in the film's introduction, a project was made by legendary, then but unknown, DJ Isaac Caldiero to document the life and career of this legendary artist. The footage is used as a place-holder for the project that would eventually become The Rise and Fall of Isaac Caldiero, a multi-generational documentary that chronicles the various facets of Caldiero's life. The film's focus is on the subject's career and not his music, and it is a rather diverse project. It is centered on the age of his release from prison, as well as his life before his incarceration, and it covers everything from his youth in San Francisco to his rise in the 1980s underground rap scene, and the world of rap music. One of the things that caught my eye was the amount of footage that was shot in Jamaica. It seems like most of the footage was filmed there, and many of the scenes were also shot in Paris. While there are a few scenes that were shot in the Dominican Republic and a few that were shot in New York, all of the footage is shot in Jamaica. I would have thought that would have been more noticeable, but that's not really a negative thing. The production values were decent, with the exception of the dubbing. The sound was almost perfect, but it was a little muddy in some of the scenes, and it was almost as if the director couldn't quite figure out how to handle the audio. The acting was good, and it was nice to see that not only was Caldiero famous for his wit, but also that he was a gifted performer. There were some scenes where he would sound as if he was over-acting, but overall, it was a good performance. The only real problem I had with the movie was that the editing was kind of sloppy. I didn't really care much for the pacing or the flow of the film, and I thought that there were a few times when I thought the film could have been a little bit better. All in all, the movie was good. It was interesting and I would recommend it to fans of Caldiero. I thought the length of the film was appropriate for it's subject matter. I didn't think it was very long, but I was glad that it was the same length as most other documentaries that I've seen. My rating: 8/10 Rated PG-13 for sexual content, some violence and brief language
Wednesday, 26 Aug 2020 23:55

Pavarotti, one of the greats of Italian cinema, in my opinion, is also one of the greatest talents alive today. Born in 1931, he was born with a gift for art and his uncle bought him a camera and made him start shooting films, which he made and sold to the Italian state, selling his film library to the government. He was a star in his youth, and had a steady career as a filmmaker and actor, but after World War II, he became disillusioned with the government and his role in it. It is interesting that he was not an idealist in the film-making sense, but was far from being a pacifist. This is an interesting insight into his thought. You can see his struggle, when he was young, with the burden of representing his nation and its people in films and the methods he used to do so. His films, though not all classics, have a profound effect on the minds of those who have seen them, and their influence lives on in the cinema, and the cinema lives on in the minds of those who have seen the films. It is not an easy film to watch, but the amount of the film that has been made on Pavarotti is amazing. As I have already said, the film is very interesting, and gives an insight into the man's life, and what he went through. I really liked the section on his relationship with his uncle, who was very important in his life. It is interesting to see the feelings that the uncle had towards the young Pavarotti, and how he tried to influence him to the point where he would turn to the Italian state, and be a communist. Pavarotti was also quite cynical, and was involved in politics, even though he was not very active in it. You also see some of the cinematography in the film. The shots that are used are very good, the camera angles are great, and the lighting and color, that the film was shot in, is excellent. The production design, especially in the scene where Pavarotti is playing a piano, is incredible. The atmosphere of the film, is also very good. I have to admit that the film is not as accessible as some people would have liked, but I was not disappointed in that sense, and recommend this film to anyone who likes Italian films.
Sunday, 09 Aug 2020 20:31

Jamaalie King is a rock singer and songwriter who writes her own songs and appears on stage with a guitar and mic. I was able to watch the documentary from the beginning and find it quite interesting. The interview format, the editing and the music itself were all extremely well done. It's hard to put this film into words, but I felt it was very well done. It's very clear how the music is a part of the singer's life. One thing I've found most interesting is how much they focused on the songs, but also gave a lot of interviews with the other musicians, singers, producers, etc. It was really nice to see how many different types of music were being played throughout the documentary. The interviews with the other artists are also really good and show how music is an important part of their lives. I was impressed by how well the songs were covered, and how many different types of music were being played throughout the film. The editing was also very well done, with the editing speed switching between a steady walk and fast edits. The edits are also very nicely done, and there's no constant cuts throughout the documentary. The editing speed also changes throughout the documentary, and it's easy to notice this. Overall, I really liked the documentary, and I would recommend it to people who like music. It's a great, interesting documentary that you'll want to watch a few times to catch all of the different types of music played throughout the documentary. I give the documentary an 8 out of 10.
Monday, 15 Jun 2020 05:41

The film is the first major documentary by a woman of color and it covers the rise of punk rock music, the riots in L.A. and the now famous punk band The Ramones, on the creation of their seminal album "I Wanna Be Your Dog" and the early days of their relationship with their idol "punk rock" icon Rob Halford (Trevor Morgan). The documentary is a lot of fun and fascinating. It's the best part of the film. There are many great interviews and quotes from the band members, members of the L.A. punk scene, and those who were at the time and see what happened. I liked the way that the documentary is mostly new information and only a few interviews are from the older punk rock era and interviews with fans and family members. The people interviewed and who interviewed were all pretty knowledgeable and all were great interviewees. The footage is amazing and the documentary is a great starting point for people who are interested in punk rock music, punk rock culture, or just the rise and fall of a major movement. It's great for people who are into punk rock music or punk rock culture or just a general curiosity on punk music. There are some factual errors in the documentary but it is really not noticeable. The documentary is fun, interesting, and informative. It is a good documentary about the punk rock culture of the early 1980's. The interviews with bands and fans are awesome and really interesting. Overall, a great documentary that will be a fun watch for those who are interested in punk rock music or punk rock culture.

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