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Telstar [DVD] [Reino Unido]

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Reino Unido Edition, PAL/Region 2 DVD: IDIOMAS: Inglés ( Dolby Digital 5.1 ), WIDESCREEN (2.35:1), EXTRAS: Acceso De la Escena, Cantidad Alternativa, Menú Interactivo, Trailer(s), SYNOPSIS: A través del éxito meteórico de su canción Telstar, interpretada por The Tornadoes, este biopic narra un trozo de la vida de Joe Meek, el excéntrico productor musical y compositor de los 60 interesado por el espacio exterior, el ocultismo y la música electrónica. Además de viajar por el mundo del rock and roll de la época, Telstar habla sin tapujos de la extrema personalidad de Meek, genial y al mismo tiempo paranoico, adicto a las anfetaminas y gay en una época en que en Inglaterra la homosexualidad era un delito. APANTALLADO/ADJUDICADO EL: Concesiones Independientes Británicas De la Película, ...Telstar

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas FOR SURE, "ALL THAT GOOD"!!! 24 de agosto de 2016
Por Catbelaire - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The ONLY reason I'm writing this is because I read a review just now that said only, "IT'S NOT THAT GOOD". No explanation was given as to why he felt this movie was NOT THAT GOOD. His comment left me wondering if he watched the entire movie? Perhaps he was not old enough or mature enough to understand the historical significance that was so excellently portrayed by such an amazing award winning cast!! As any actor will tell you, it is harder to play someone who actually existed than to play a fictional character. The true facts and timeline were extremely accurate. Sooo Mr. You Know Who You Are, I strongly suggest that in the future you limit your movie watching to Disney and sappy romantic comedies!! The reason you felt that it was NOT THAT GOOD is because more often than not REAL LIFE lived by REAL PEOPLE is NOT THAT GOOD!!!! Personally I prefer and enjoy learning about REAL LIFE!!! What planet are YOU from anyway??? I'm positive there will not be a movie ever made of your life. To everyone else out there just in case I'm not the only one who reads comments... 5 Stars for sure!!!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas He heard a new world... 28 de febrero de 2012
Por Timothy Lehnerer - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Hey, what do you know? Someone finally thought that Americans would pay to see the Joe Meek story on the small screen. For those who haven't heard of him (nearly everybody), Joe Meek was a forgotten legend of rock history--the most famous producer you've never heard of. Working in his home studio in the pre-Beatles 1960s, he wrote and produced a string of hits, misses, and completely berserk productions; the most famous single he wrote was the namesake of the film, "Telstar". It sold five million copies worldwide, was the first song by a British group to hit #1 in American, proved to the British Invasion bands that a great deal of money and fame awaited them in the States, and was named after a communications satellite.

The movie compresses the last six or seven years of Joe Meek's life into an hour and a half of frenetic activity, doomed romance (Meek was gay at a time when it was criminal to be a homosexual in Britain, whether or not one actually had sex with members of the same sex), strange music, occasional triumphs and longer and longer stretches of failure as the music world passed him by. I'm almost certainly a bigger fan of Meek than whoever's reading this; let me just say that the liberties taken with the truth and with the real story serve the film and make it a stronger work. The percussion track on "Have I the Right?", for example, was people stamping on the wooden stairs in Meek's flat in real life, not everyone in the cast playing drums. Does it matter? Not in the least. The script is strong, Con O'Neill is revelatory as Joe Meek, Kevin Spacey is nearly unrecognizable as Major Banks, the man footing the bill for all the pop singles Meek's working on, and the stream of musicians working as the house band all acquit themselves magnificently. The story jumps forward and backward in time during the last night of Joe Meek's life, giving the viewer a front row seat to his successes and failures as things spiral from bad to worse in the "present" of February 1967.

This film gets my highest possible recommendation for anyone with an interest in pop music. And thankfully, three years after it was released in the UK, there's a legitimate DVD release. I'm so happy I now have the option to watch the movie after paying the filmmakers.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Songwriter 29 de octubre de 2016
Por T. J. Wendt - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Good movie.
Adapted from Nick Moran and James Hicks' critically-lauded stage play, Telstar tells the remarkable tale of eccentric, London-based songwriter/producer Joe Meek, whose innovative recording techniques ushered in a bold new era of rock 'n' roll in the late 1950s. Tone deaf and musically illiterate, Meek nevertheless had a lifelong obsession with music and a knack for producing. Though Meek's tireless work ethic ensured a tumultuous relationship with his band, his ramshackle, apartment recording studio provided just enough space to record, and experiment with such cutting-edge techniques as sampling and distortion. Meanwhile, his landlady Mrs. Shenton does her best to put up with the racket, and his main backer Major Wilfred Banks (Kevin Spacey) provides the cash to produce such hits as "Be-Bop-A-Lula", " Johnny Remember Me", and, of course, "Telstar".
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Loved this! 10 de diciembre de 2014
Por J. Schwartz - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Compelling, dramatic and raw, and very enjoyable if you're a fan of Meek, early British rock and the music scene. Joe Meek was apparently every bit the character, madman and genius portrayed in this movie, and his story is conveyed very frankly, but it's all in context.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Must-See movie. 28 de febrero de 2016
Por Old Tom - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Stick with it all the way through the credits. Who is Joe Meeks? He produced some of the the most important sounds of the late fifties and early sixties. Old folks, like me, have the echoes of his work banging around in our heads..... My baby loves western movies..... Telsrtar...... The Olympics........ Gene Vincent....... Radio Luxembourg........ Pirate Radio...... The Tornados...... Gonna see it again, soon.

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