The Wall Pink Floyd-Movie Review Brian Cullen Ace328bc email@example.com
Back in 1981, I saw "The Wall" at a very expensive theater in Manhattan. It was one of the most unbelievable experiences of my life. Tonight, for the first time in about 25 years, I saw the movie again. For those of you that have not seen this movie, or have not seen it in many years: see it again. The pain, the devastation, is beyond belief-a child, losing his father in the war, tries to find a way to live, to find a father substitute, but finds himself rejected again and again-the Hammers, as a substitute for the swastika, are uncanny. Those of you that can watch a film composed mostly of music, those of you that can remember WWII, and losing a father, and what it did to you inside, you can see what this film is about....
As the proud new owner of a DVD player, I will be submitting movie reviews on what I see until somebody tells me to get bent.
Ace the Barbarian
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