Wall, The

Starring: Bob Geldof, Jenny Wright

Directed by: Alan Parker, Gerald Scarfe

Produced by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Distributed by: MGM-UA

Genre: fantasy

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Review by Xibo Date seen: October 15, 1986
Viewing Location: New Mexico Tech Grade: A+
Summary: One of the best films from my formative years.
Pink Floyd's The Wall is one of my all-time favorites. To properly appreciate the film, it helps to be confused, disturbed, and drunk. Which is probably why this film is so popular with college students. I saw it during my first few weeks as a freshman at NMT, and very soon saw it a few more times. I have also been fortunate enough to see it on the big screen. It's great on video, but to have all the action splattered across an 80-ft wide screen, blasting out melodies on hefty theater speakers, is an amazing experience. It's pretty rare a movie is made from an album, but this is definitely the best. I guess you could say it has one of the best movie soundtracks ever, as well. 

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Review by Finrod Date seen: 0, 2000
  Grade: A+
Summary: Pink Floyd on film
Pink Floyd's movies are as good as their music. Enough said.  

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