A Heartbeat Away

A Heartbeat Away

A young aspiring rock guitarist is forced to become the musical director of the local marching band when his father is hit by a bus just four weeks before a major competition.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:91 minutes
  • Release:2011
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
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A Heartbeat Away torrent reviews

Aaron C (jp) wrote: great special effects and story make this one of the best Godzilla films made.

Susan K (au) wrote: A good rainy afternoon movie. Worth it to see Bill Nighy playing a troubled writer and a young Romola Garai. Finally placed Tara Fitzgerald as having been in "Sirens".

Sonia D (de) wrote: Ahhh I'll always remember this one and where & what I was doing when i saw this... fucking love Gretta!!!!

Charlie G (nl) wrote: I like Sinbad's character. Very amusing and entertaining.

Jennifer R (ca) wrote: Ewan in an British surfer movie? I had to have it, even if he has a small part in an otherwise fairly amusing movie.

Johnny T (fr) wrote: The whole thing is just an insult to the original film. The first Exorcist was a chilling battle between the devil and a priest questioning his faith, with an innocent little girl used as the arena. Then the sequel comes along with mind-reading headbands, African demons and James Earl Jones dressed up like a giant locust, and everything is pissed against a wall. You'd be mad if you didn't make a sequel to one of the hugest movie hits ever, but a disastrous critical reaction, and even laughter during the premiere, buried its reputation almost immediately, despite high credentials. It's not a film I'd heartily recommend, but it's interesting as a direct sequel to the classic, with many of the original cast reappearing. It comes as a tremendous shock to hear that Richard Burton was generally sober for the first few weeks of production, because every second of his performance simply bellows "liquor-soaked ham." Rather than sample more Mike Oldfield, the film stretches to a terrific music score, mixing liturgical and African themes, from Ennio Morricone. Boorman's film does have a keen sense of visual impact, and the sheer fact that it attempted to be original is worth noting. How could such a sure-thing sequel end up so absolutely atrocious? I've no idea.VERDICT: "Hit The Exits" - [Panned Reaction] These are some of the worst films ever made. These films do everything wrong and do it worse than bad. Audiences should never see this film under any circumstances! (Films that are rated 0.5 or 1 stars)

Alfonso d (jp) wrote: So, let me get this straight. These guys waste a year of their lives chasing birds, they don't keep a record of the sighted birds, not even a picture to share with other birds lovers guys, and even so, they consider this a feat? for real? is this a real story? is there real people in the world wasting their money and time, only to brag about they watched x number of birds with no proves? Hollywood should open a new category, aside a bin trash, named "movies about feats nobody gives a shit": this is included side by side with "Julie and Julia".

Eric H (fr) wrote: Wes Cravens SHOCKER ranks as one of his worst efforts to date (and yes, that includes VAMPIRE IN BROOKLYN!). This film about a sadistic TV repairman coming back from the electric chair as an energy source doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Then again, it's so dull and dreary that you'll be too disappointed to notice. The climax is particularly unbearable; you won't know whether to laugh at it or with it... you'll likely just put in a different DVD.