Concert Movies

or: How I learned to stop worrying and love other types of entertainment, too.
Message
Author
User avatar
sldawgs
FilmWise's Best Friend
FilmWise's Best Friend
Posts: 34723
Joined: 16 Feb 2006, 17:57
Gender: Male
Location: Sheila's Dungeon...oh no! Shhh, she's coming.
Contact:

Re: Concert Movies

#26 Post by sldawgs » 02 Apr 2009, 13:57

veronica wrote:there was that Jay-z DVD 99 Problems. It was part documentary part concert and I thought it was a pretty cool video.
Image
Headed for the grocery store, Wish me luck.
Image Image

User avatar
Egbert Souse
Paparazzi
Paparazzi
Posts: 20
Joined: 02 Jun 2005, 08:07
Gender: Male
Location: Urbana, IL

Re: Concert Movies

#27 Post by Egbert Souse » 28 Apr 2009, 13:22

I saw Woodstock at Ebertfest last week, April 22. What an incredible experience that was. Great video quality and great sound. I will never be able to enjoy the dvd of the movie after seeing it on the "big screen".

User avatar
Bill
Academy Award Winner
Academy Award Winner
Posts: 6143
Joined: 19 Jun 2006, 10:30
Gender: Male
Location: somewhere

Re: Concert Movies

#28 Post by Bill » 28 Apr 2009, 17:17

Egbert Souse wrote:I saw Woodstock at Ebertfest last week, April 22. What an incredible experience that was. Great video quality and great sound. I will never be able to enjoy the dvd of the movie after seeing it on the "big screen".
Did you happen to run into Alotta?
.

User avatar
Captain of the Starship FilmWise
Captain of the Starship FilmWise
Posts: 35063
Joined: 25 Oct 2002, 05:58
Gender: Male
Location: parts unknown

Re: Concert Movies

#29 Post by » 28 Apr 2009, 17:24

Bill wrote:
Egbert Souse wrote:I saw Woodstock at Ebertfest last week, April 22. What an incredible experience that was. Great video quality and great sound. I will never be able to enjoy the dvd of the movie after seeing it on the "big screen".
Did you happen to run into Alotta Snoopy?
fixed
The :) means it's all ok.

User avatar
JJ
Rush Chair
Rush Chair
Posts: 29144
Joined: 04 Feb 2003, 13:56
Gender: Female
Location: Escaped from Ceti Alpha V

Re: Concert Movies

#30 Post by JJ » 28 Apr 2009, 19:58

A² wrote:
Bill wrote:
Egbert Souse wrote:I saw Woodstock at Ebertfest last week, April 22. What an incredible experience that was. Great video quality and great sound. I will never be able to enjoy the dvd of the movie after seeing it on the "big screen".
Did you happen to run into Alotta Snoopy?
fixed
He was f*cking goofy.
La la la la la.

User avatar
Steel Frog
FilmWise Dreamboat
FilmWise Dreamboat
Posts: 33959
Joined: 15 Jan 2004, 10:36
Gender: Male
Contact:

Re: Concert Movies

#31 Post by Steel Frog » 28 Apr 2009, 21:08

JJ wrote:
A² wrote:
Bill wrote:
Egbert Souse wrote:I saw Woodstock at Ebertfest last week, April 22. What an incredible experience that was. Great video quality and great sound. I will never be able to enjoy the dvd of the movie after seeing it on the "big screen".
Did you happen to run into Alotta Snoopy?
fixed
He was f*cking goofy.
goofy or Goofy ?

User avatar
Toasty
Academy Award Winner
Academy Award Winner
Posts: 6761
Joined: 24 Jun 2005, 14:18
Gender: Male
Location: On the Loose

Re: Concert Movies

#32 Post by Toasty » 29 Apr 2009, 07:54

Egbert Souse wrote:I saw Woodstock at Ebertfest last week, April 22. What an incredible experience that was. Great video quality and great sound. I will never be able to enjoy the dvd of the movie after seeing it on the "big screen".
I was first introduced to that concert movie in the late eighties, it is awesome. Santana and Soul Sacrifice is still my favorite single performance number of all time.
Elegant Violence

Post Reply