DENNIS SCHWARTZ 
IS THERE ANY GOOD 
IN SAYING 
EVERYTHING ABOUT A MOVIE?

 
A NIGHT WITH LOU REED (director: Clark Santee; music: Lou Reed; cast: Lou Reed; Runtime: 60; MPAA Rating: NR; producers: Richard Baker/Bill Boggs; Image Entertainment Inc.; 1983)

 
"A must for fans of the cutting-edge rocker."

Reviewed by Dennis Schwartz

Rock celeb Lou Reed performs live at the Bottom Line in New York City, in 1983. It comes after his release of the album "Legendary Hearts." The lively video includes among the 13 songs he sings such hits as "Sweet Jane," "Walk on the Wild Side," "Waves of Fear," "Kill Your Sons," "Don't Talk To Me About Work," and "I'm Waiting for My Man." The rocker is accompanied by Fernando Saunders (bass), Fred Maher (drums), and the late Robert Quine (lead guitar). A must for fans of the cutting-edge rocker, whose themes range from visions about madness and hope. For the uninitiated, it shows Reed at the height of his power and at his most energetic.

REVIEWED ON 11/15/2005        GRADE: B

Dennis Schwartz: "Ozus' World Movie Reviews"

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED   DENNIS SCHWARTZ
 
 

http://www.sover.net/~ozus/index.htm

dennisschwartzreviews.com