10 000 timmar
Eric, an ordinary man in his mid 30's with an ordinary job wins a large sum of money playing the lottery. Despite his total lack of talent, he quits his job and sets off to learning how to play soccer. Eric firmly believes that if he spends 10 000 hours of training on what he sets his mind to, he can master just about anything.
- Stars:Yash, Deepa Sannidhi, Peter Magnusson, Karin Lithman, Özz Nûjen, Mathilda von Essen, Jessica Aleryd, Jonny Blomkvist, Christian Brandin, David Carlsson, Signe Dahlkvist, Nils Dernevik, Sten Erici, Siw Erixon, Erik Fornander, Fredrik Gunnarsson, Viktor Haggren,
- Director:Joachim Hedén,
- Writer:Joachim Hedén
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10 000 timmar torrent reviews
(au) wrote: What starts as a simple documentary into a start of street art evolves into a mokumentary of sorts that questions what makes art worth something and what makes an artist. Exit Through the Gift Shop's value, however, is unmistakably high.
(de) wrote: Extremely bad. Only saw it for Sean Patrick Flanery.
(nl) wrote: Robin Williams tries his best, but even he can't elevate the ridiculously dumb Flubber.
(kr) wrote: A movie to relate to if you can and also enjoy stupid comedy. I laughed all the way through it.
(br) wrote: Boring rubbish full of poseurs
(fr) wrote: A deep movie, lots of twists and turns, ending you dont see coming. Would make a impressive remake, last 30 minutes all action.
(nl) wrote: Somehow Arthur Hiller watched Kingdom Of The Spiders and got jealous, so he remade it with bats and Native Americans instead of tarantulas and Shatner. And sloooower.
(au) wrote: Slipknot and boobs; what else does a dude need?
(mx) wrote: Such a cute movie I loved it!
(it) wrote: a very funny & classic comedy what other film would have dracula saying "I don't drink no vine and don't smoke no shitttttt"
(br) wrote: First of all, the fact that Fox is billing this as a "film noir" is really a stretch. There are some noir elements, but they're pretty sparse. It's mostly just your average family melodrama. Second problem... mamma mia! Edward G. Robinson plays a ridiculous Italian caricature with a ridiculous Italian accent. He-a talk-a like dis! It's really painful. Third problem: Richard Conte. I like Conte, and he seems to be doing the best he can with the role, but the character is all over the place. You feel like you're supposed to be rooting for him, but he's kind of a dick. Then he just magically has this epiphany at the end. That doesn't cut it with me. I enjoyed the basic plot and the bitter tone, and there were some fine examples of nice framing... otherwise I was disappointed.
(fr) wrote: I like how the peppering of Spanish throughout the film is not subtitled. Haunting docudrama about the Nicaraguan civil war.