Amy Newhouse must now fight the biggest battle of her life - cancer. Her open heart to the people of her school now sparks a passionate rally from the community. However, this passion dwindles as her cancer metastasizes. Her cancer seems to miraculously disappear, but just as it seems the community has prevailed and the battle won, Amy discovers that the deadly disease has returned and is incurable. Amy's prayers for healing continue, but with the seemingly dried-up support of her community, and an apparent "no" from God, she dies from the one battle she cannot win. However, with her death comes life and redemption of Pampa High, as her club grows exponentially, redeeming the school of the once-rampant violence, drugs, and alcohol that she so passionately fought against, and proving to all doubters that God has a "Greater Yes" after all. Written by Anonymous
After climbing Pampa High School's popularity chain, taking her volleyball team to the State championship, and founding the school's first drugs, alcohol, and violence-free club, Amy ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Greater Yes: The Story of Amy Newhouse torrent reviews
Abhishek M (ru) wrote: My bad that I had to go for this movie! Clearly had no intention for this one.
Karen H (gb) wrote: 2015-04-26 lead actor is good, plot is holey and illogical
Kristina K (us) wrote: Awful, boring. Nothing new. Nothing exciting.
Veronica S (it) wrote: Another Norwegian spot of excellent film-making...watch this if you liked The Black Book. Brilliant.
Sylvester K (mx) wrote: The only real deal to watch here is the narration done by Russel Crowe. The whole film was emotionally manipulative and only served as a propaganda for the acceptance of gang culture. It's actually quite disturbing to see these people became street hooligans. I can't believe this film even got distributed, I mean what are we trying to teach kids these days. I know their stories are tragic but this is not the excuse for them to pretend they are cool.
probowl 4 (ca) wrote: 'Rocky Balboa' showcases enough drive and heart, off of a stout performance from lead actor Sylvester Stallone, to make the same old 'Rocky' clichs feel rather distant.
Hayley S (gb) wrote: SPOILER ALERT:Le film la folie ... Pas du Tout tait un peu droutant. Je ne comprenais pas le dbut, mais que le film a continu, il tait le plus intressant. Les acteurs du film est trs magnifique! Audrey Tautou est une actrice trs convaincante! Le film est plein de surprises! Je ne pensais pas qu'un personnage Angelique donnerais un vrai coeur a Loic! C'est trs dgueulasse, mais trs intressant aussi! Laetitia Colombani est un directeur incroyable! L'histoire au film n'est pas ressembles pas d'autres l'histoire. Je recommande ce film aux hommes qui n'aiment pas les romances, mais doit regarder les romances avec leur copain, parce que l'histoire est un mlange de thriller et romance!
Jim A (jp) wrote: Its a cheesy picture for sure which even into the 21st century won't abandon the guy in a rubber suit formula that has been done to death over 45 years at that point but it successfully gives Godzilla an interesting foe and does take advantage of new technology in some areas and is a genuine Godzilla picture so fans should enjoy it
Thomas B (kr) wrote: Grade - CIt feels like the kind of movie you need to re-watch in order to fully appreciate it, but after my initial viewing I'm not sure how I feel about 'Fight Club'. The film is technically accomplished and has some good performances but it just didn't engage me throughout the majority of its run time.
William D (jp) wrote: A shallow, silly film that portrays all its characters, including Andy Warhol, as ditzy airheads. The only real airhead here is Mary Harron, the filmmaker who created this.
Alberto M (mx) wrote: I saw this when i was a teenager and it made a deep impact on me.
Raphael S (gb) wrote: Depois de ler muitas crticas a este filme comparado com o anterior, imagino que este deva ser excelente, porque gostei dessa nova verso. Algumas cenas muito bonitas, sequncias boas e a histria interessante, fazem valer assistir o filme.
Tim K (it) wrote: Almost like a movie made on a dare. Asylum decided to make a Home Alone clone using talking dogs instead of a kid and proceeding to introduce a Quint-like dog catcher played by Kevin Sorbo. So ridiculous I couldn't look away...but will never look again!
Daniela L (de) wrote: A very new-age Godfather-ish vibe to it. Viggo Mortensen pulls off the role with plenty of grace and manages to pull you into the story instantly. The levels of brutality make this unsuitable for the faint-hearted, but a good movie nonetheless if you're capable of powering through the gore scenes.
Elsa K (us) wrote: has to be good with a cast like that
Marco F (au) wrote: This movie is a real disappointment- I was expecting something here. TEQUILA SUNRISE is an incredibly boring and dull motion picture- the film goes down a seemingly endless alley, and it never deviates. This is the work of Robert Towne, the writer of CHINATOWN. It's also quite dated- almost 30 years out of date. This movie starts off great, but it goes nowhere. Nothing happens at all. Witty dialogue throughout, good performances by Mel Gibson and Michelle Pfeiffer and great cinematography by Conrad Hall, but this is barely watchable material, simply because it's soooooo boring. A movie that is boring is fucked. There is no way out if a movie is boring. That is the lowest of the low in terms of a movie experience- boredom.
David S (es) wrote: This film shouldn't work at all. It doesn't have much of a story and the whole dial up internet thing is incredibly dated. However Hanks and Ryan sell it beautifully and you can't help but root for them. Ryan is very similar to her 'When Harry Met Sally' persona but it's Hanks who has the harder role of playing a potentially unlikeable character. It's also nice to see him relaxing into a comedy role again after so maybe Oscar-worthy films. This is one of those films that you'll end up watching again and again when it turns up on TV.
Paul B (nl) wrote: A movie about hipsters walking from night club to night club in search of a secret show being put on by their favorite hipster band that relies entirely on the over-played charms of its two type casted leads, along with a series of over-familiar jokes and gross out gags. It isn't punishing, though it's instantly forgettable.
Kashan P (de) wrote: A cynical critic will say that Crazy Heart exploits the fact that in this day & age, Jeff Bridges and music is what will bring people to a movie even if those are the only two things worth offering. A positive critic will say the same thing and then include "And they know how to handle them".