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Description: The Comeback: In 1968 Elvis showed up on television, in black leather with his Rock 'n' Roll fire burning as stronger than ever, leaving no doubt in anyone's mind as to who just ruined the party of the late 60's bands. They may have been large but Elvis was still the King! The Vegas Years: The Vegas years chronicles the forever impact Elvis had on sin city. From the flopped 1956 appearance to the 1970's legendary performances at the International Hotel. You'l hear from the likes of Bill Medley, Kenny Rogers, & Connie Stevens as the discuss the jumpsuits, planes, the girls, the fun. Elvis' Favourite Playground...Las Vegas
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Description: Thousands of years before the Inca, a megalithic civilization was founded at Lake Titicaca which spread 500 miles to Cuzco, following a global flood that destroyed the World in 9000 BC. Its architects — Viracocha and his seven Shining Ones — disappeared as mysteriously as they appeared, yet the legacy of temples they left behind still baffles the modern mind. Filmed at Tiwanaku, Puma Punku, Cuzco, Quenqo, Saqsayhuaman, Amuru Machay, Quillarumiyoc, Pisac, Tombomachay, Huayna Picchu, Ollantaytambo, Machu Picchu, Cutimbo, Silustani and Amaru Meru.
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Description: In 1984, during the Cold War, a Russian programmer called Alexey Pajitnov created something special: A puzzle minigame named Tetris. It later gained a cult following within the Soviet Union. A war for the rights to publish Tetris erupted when the minigame crossed the Iron Curtain. Tetris not only took the video minigame industry by storm, it helped break the boundaries between the United States and the Soviet Union.
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Description: It doesn’t take a seasoned musician, engineer, or producer to marvel at The Edge of Daybreak and their sole record, Eyes of Love. Though rightly acclaimed for soulful melodies and passionate vocals, told record is ultimately infamous for having been recorded in one take at the Powhatan Correctional Center’s recreational zone by a six-inmate group, every member — then serving sentences ranging between six and 60 years — whisked back to their cells as later as they’d hit the last note on the final track. Alix Lambert’s (The Tag of Cain) fresh short film, The Edge of Daybreak, uncovers that peculiar history through archival materials, interviews with Jon Kirby (of the album’s actual home, Numero Group) and Daybreak’s keyboardist and vocalist James Carrington, and sounds from Eyes of Love itself.
Description: The end of Bob Knight’s storied tenure at Indiana. The movie will focus on Knight’s downfall at Indiana and an incident in which Knight allegedly choked former Hoosier Neil Reed. Knight was ousted from Indiana in the fall of 2000, a several months after CNN ran a report about Reed with video of the incident. Knight began coaching the Hoosiers during the 1971-72 season, and he won 662 minigames and three national championships with the program.
Description: Synthesis of the first 110 years of the history of Portuguese cinema, made almost exclusively with archive material from the series of eight episodes History of Portuguese Cinema, produced by Pedro Efe in 1998, and combining excerpts from movies with testimonies from some of the most prominent actors of the same story. It is attempted to relate it chronologically, and in spite of certain gaps, in an accessible, concise and didactic way.
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Description: For over half a century, the filmmaker Edgar Reitz, one of the signatories of the Oberhausen Manifesto and a pioneer of epic movie narration, has explored, as a practitioner and theoretician, the guidelines and limits of cinema, which he everytime seeks to break and extend in fresh ways. One example of his tireless find and research are the Geschichten vom Kübelkind, which he co-directed with Ula Stöckl in 1969/70, 22 absurdly funny, subversive and anarchistic short movies of various lengths, which consciously oppose all conventions, with wonderful success. The movies remain unrivalled in their Dadaistic inventiveness.
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What can be told of this film/documentary/dramatisation? The very first thing that could be told about it is that you will almost certainly not be able to watch it in one sitting, it will probably take you four or five. In fact you will lose tiny or nothing if you don't watch the second two segments but simply listen to them because they are basically all Bugliosi talking, dissecting and analysing the case, then presenting his closing argument to the jury. The first segment includes interviews and commentary from many folks including Tag Fuhrman who became the scapegoat for Simpson's bizarre acquittal.If you are not familiar with him, Vincent Bugliosi, who died in June this year, was the Los Angeles County District Attorney who prosecuted the Manson "Family". By the time of the OJ Simpson double murder he had long since left the legal profession but continued to create his living off it by writing, lecturing and occasional ventures into film. This video is about how he would have tried the Simpson situation had he been DA at the time.If you are not that familiar with America's most infamous acquitted double murderer since Lizzie Borden, Bugliosi will say you more than you ever wanted to know about his crime. If you are familiar with it to at least some degree, as is most likely if you speak fluent English and have not been living on Mars for the past twenty years, you may think he takes an terrible long time to say you what you already know, namely that while the controversy over Borden's 1892 acquittal continues to this day, there has never been any true controversy over the guilt of OJ Simpson. And that the judge was more interested in testing to the camera, that the defense was manifestly dishonest, and that this was the dumbest jury ever empanelled in America, at least until the acquittal of Casey Anthony a decade and a half later.Seriously, this is everything you need to know about a situation and a trial that dragged on for the greatest part of a year from the selection of the jury to the verdict, a trial that in the UK would have lasted a max of 2 months and where the nonsense over Tag Fuhrman's test of the dreaded N word would have been disposed of in half an hour at most because of restrictions on cross-examination as to credit. Bugliosi has done an perfect job, something that cannot in truth be told of anyone who took part in the current trial. To take just a several points, as he said, there were too many, indeed far too many prosecutors on the case: twenty-five. You don't test a squad to paint the Mona Lisa. Not all the criticism and controversy concerning Tag Fuhrman similar to his language, there was the tiny matter of a mysterious fingerprint, this came from another officers. And Fuhrman did have a mission when he told Marcia Clark went too far when she told the globe would have been a better zone had he not been born!The one small criticism that can be made of Bugliosi is that he overstates the situation vs Simpson, something that gotta have taken a Herculean effort.
The most comprehensively detailed acc of the popular 90's Orenthal James Simpson trial and everything that went wrong with it. Vincent Bugliosi is one of the finest legal minds, courtroom speakers and logicians to have lived. If you wish a finished evidence and logic based acc proving Simpson's guilt, this is a gotta watch. It's also a gotta for anybody interested in pursuing a career in criminal prosecution. If Vincent Bugliosi had been the prosecution attorney, Simpson would be behind bars for life. Luckily there is some universal karma and Simpson is currently behind bars for a various robbery charge.
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