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A Mighty Wind Album ~ Various
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
As great as the other songs are (even though they are cheesy, try listening to authentic folk music and try and tell me some of that isn't cheesy), the true stars are Mitch and Mickey a.k.a. Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara. From the film to the soundtrack, the course of true love never does run smooth and sometimes doesn't run at all or gets knocked out in the case of M&M. Their love transpires on the film and also on the great soundtrack. Of course who could play a formerly married couple that left true love bitterly, come back together and sing better than Eugene and Catherine who go back thirty years? Their love is certainly apparent in the film (I have to admit I cried when they did… Read more
The Nightmare Before Christmas: Special Edition (W&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Vincent Price
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Spellbinding, July 1 2004
This movie is beyond enchanting, delving into the realms of spellbinding. I never thought that an animated film could be so stunning with its cinematography mixed with the music. That's the amazing beauty of Tim Burton's world: it's filled with contrasts. In particular is Sally (voiced by the Canadian goddess Catherine O'Hara) the ragdoll who externally is not the most beautiful thing with her stitchings and patched clothes, but internally she is pure and filled with love for Jack. Even her singing (again Catherine) sounds like an innocent child, straight tone (no vibrato) and a flowing, velvet soprano.
The world of Halloweentown is dark, but filled with beauty and rich melodies… Read more
A Mighty Wind (Widescreen) [Import] <b>DVD</b> ~ Christopher Guest
A Mighty Wind (Widescreen) [Import] DVD ~ Christopher Guest
5.0 out of 5 stars A Mighty Fine Film, March 8 2004
I had never seen a mockumentary until this film. My sister said she saw "This is Spinal Tap" for one of her music classes and she said she nearly died laughing. I like satirical, underlying humour so I thought this movie would be perfect for my taste. I must admit I absolutely loved it. It's definately not a "smack in the face funny" but moreso "I sprained my ankle and I don't feel anything yet" funny. It's so satirical and so brilliant that it as though I was watching a real documentary on PBS. All of it is subtle and underlying especially the Bohner's interview where we find out Mrs. Bohner was a porn star.
Since the plot has already been given, I thought I would say what stole… Read more