The Collectors edition of the DVD has 286 minutes of footage and illustrates a band that took the risks and survived. While the cinema version is 115 minutes long, the DVD is surely a ‘longer trip’, more than two and a half times and covers more detail than the cinema version
The scene is set in the 1950s in Minnesota, US where Robert Allen Zimmerman aka Bob Dylan was born (b. 1941). It’s his story…. his coming of age as a singer, songwriter, performer, and star. From his cherubic look and his frequent swagger, Dylan takes on the years from his early days in music especially between 1961-1966 that were inarguably the most artistically fertile.
Actor Val Kilmer takes on the role as Jim Morrison in Oliver Stone's electrifying profile of The Doors, the story that unfolds from the group’s inception to its demise with the death of the "Lizard King". Val Kilmer gives an amazing performance, a highly enjoyable biopic about Jim Morrison
The sequel to the mega hit ‘Grease’, the second edition is equally interesting, though the story telling is the lowdown here. ‘Grease 2’ per se has no connection to the original film, except of course it focuses on teens at Rydell High, the imaginary school from the first film, which starred John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John.
AC/DC’s 1980 concert film is a must for any rock music fan. Now for the first time ever on DVD, ‘AC/DC – Let There Be Rock’ released on June 7, 2011 to commemorate the 30th Anniversary of the theatrical release, the concert film showcases a band many have grown up listening to.
For the last 15 years, the Cash clan has lived an idyllic, isolated life deep in the jungles of New Mexico. Ben has not sent his six children to school and instead home schools them from physics to reading them stories and telling them about the bird and the bees.