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Rent (2005 Movie Soundtrack)
One of the longest-running shows (since 1996) in the history of Broadway, and one of its most beloved, RENT was the winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and four Tony Awards, including Best Musical. Based on Puccini's classic opera "La Boheme," Jonathan Larson's revolutionary rock opera tells the story of a group of bohemians struggling for success and acceptance while enduring the obstacles of poverty, illness and the AIDS epidemic in New York's gritty East Village. Now the powerful musical marks its 10th year on stage by coming to the big screen, accompanied by RENT The Motion Picture Soundtrack, produced by Rob Cavallo (Green Day, Goo Goo Dolls, Alanis Morissette).88% (15)
It's not that surprising that Rent, a successful musical with a strong youth following, would have transferred from the New York stage to film. What is remarkable is that the material has aged very well and that most of the original cast have made the trip to the silver screen. This is no small feat since nearly ten years have elapsed since the show's Off-Broadway debut and the film's release. When it opened in 1996, Jonathan Larson's rock musical based on neobohemian life in the gritty East Village felt a bit hackneyed at times; now, Rent feels more like a Broadway fantasy about life on the edge, and that new element actually works in the show's favor. The two cast additions--Rosario Dawson (replacing Daphne Rubin-Vega as Mimi) and Tracie Thomas (replacing Fredi Walker as Joanne)--act well and with emotion, but aren't quite powerful enough. They are eclipsed by vets such as Anthony Rapp, Idina Menzel, Wilson Jermaine Heredia, and Taye Diggs, who of course had the chance to perfect their roles on stage and can also be heard on the original cast recording. It's a pleasure to hear these stalwarts New York performers strut their stuff again. This soundtrack will please the show's fans, and probably attract new ones. --Elisabeth Vincentelli
Amsterdam Sorority Girls Video
A Short Walk in Shady Amsterdam Amsterdam was the first REAL stop of our European Cavalcade tour (under Trafalgar tour). We drove for most of the day upon landing in Dover and so arrived in Amsterdam at night. We took an hour long boat ride through the canals, then had a 45 minute guided walking tour through the red light district. We then had some free time to have some dinner and walk around the city (only an hour!). Firstly, I have to say that I was disappointed at how I only got to see Amsterdam for such a short time (roughly 3-4 hours only!). I would have liked to have stayed an extra day so that I could have seen the city in the morning and we would have had more time to roam the city and see the sites. The extra day would have probably given me a better perspective of Amsterdam and how the people lived there as the night tour was not helpful especially since we traveled in winter! It was really cold and not many people were about. The canal tour showed us how Amsterdam is packed in tight! The frontage of the houses was very narrow and people were actually living in boats over the canal. This may sound “poor and squatter-like” but in fact, these houses and house boats costs a fortune! This definitely changed my perception of how I always thought that this side of Europe was quite spacious with less population (like Sweden and Germany), The canal tour and the walking tour gave one sure conclusion: it was scary in Amsterdam! The streets were dark, the canal was dark and the street lights were dim. My camera had the most difficult time at f4 ISO 6400 1/15 (for those who don’t understand, well… it was really dark!). Ofcourse you have to add in the psychological state that we were in because of the multiple warnings of our tour guide of the shady characters and the pick pockets and the horror stories, etc. Add to this being our first stop of the tour, making us even more cautious. The locals didn’t help either, for example, there were a couple of 25-30 year old females dressed in tough leather and jeans shouting “you tourists coming here to Amsterdam, go try some weed bitches!” The red light district was something to see… as long as there is red light in a window along a small street, more than likely that’s a viewing window for the prostitute inside. These girls, who normally come from Eastern Europe for a bigger payday, rent these ground floor apartments/shop houses for a couple of weeks at a high price to do their business. No photography was allowed but I have to say not all were appealing. It’s funny how these ground floor stores have normal people living upstairs! Imagine living in an apartment, and right below your floorboards is one of these “love shacks”. We took our free time to eat some boiled rice and duck (pardon our asian stomachs), and took a short walk to Dam Square and Mint Tower. Dam square was also very dimly lit and with not much people. We were lucky to stumble on a bunch of sorority girls shouting some chants in Dutch and showing off their tushies to the public (probably sorority initiation stuff. (See video and photo below) I have to say Amsterdam is not a good place to raise a family, nor be a tourist for a long time (a different part of Holland maybe more suitable for touring and family). Please note that my feelings may be because we went around the city at night and in winter but I think even with more time in Amsterdam, and despite my need to live in a city than a town or province, I would choose another city in Europe to live in like Paris or Florence. Amsterdam is a great place to experience something new as their liberal ways and customs are quite intriguing. A must see and experience for any tourist going to Europe.Crust Punks vs. Rent A Cops at The Descendents Show in Toronto
There were a group of crusty punks standing behind me at The Descendents show at Yonge and Dundas in Toronto. One of the Rent-a-Cops didn't like the way these guys were acting, so he ran over and starting harassing, pushing and kicking one of the punks. The punk was reasonable, and was trying to talk his way out of it while guard kept physically pushing him and verbally insulting him. It turned into a real fight very quickly, and any punks and rent-a-cops joined in, until it was an official brawl. Since I was about 4 feet away, I was snapping pictures and taking video. The guards hated this, and came over and grabbed me and my camera. He threatened me for shooting pictures and video, He asked for my camera and memory card, and when I refused the rent-a-cop said I am THE LAW here. You will do whatever I say. I am in charge. You have no rights with me." Wow. Someone was a bit power mad. After the guards eventually broke up the brawl, one of the punks came up to me and said he didn't like that I had take pics of his friends fighting. He told me it wasn't cool and he wanted my camera. I told him to fuck off, and he just sheepishly walked away. So much for liberal Canada and tough gutter punks! I was lucky enough to be invited to give a workshop, and moderate a panel on web culture at NXNEi in Toronto from June 11-17 2011. I've spent a lot of time in Toronto over the last few years, and it has definitely become one of my favorite cities in the world. These are photos from the North By North East Interactive 2011 conference, as well as the associated parties and events.
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