Alexandra's Project

Alexandra's Project

Steve is a man who has it all, a successful career, wonderful children, beautiful home and a loving wife. However, returning to his home after work on his birthday, he finds his house deserted and darkened with almost all the lightbulbs missing, all easy access outside cut off and a videotape waiting for him. Playing that tape, he watches a bizarre and grueling recording in which his wife explains her grievance with him, her reasons for disappearing with the children and her revenge for how he treated her in a way he would never forget.

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Alexandra's Project torrent reviews

Cameron D (ru) wrote: Awesome in every way!!!

Joe A (us) wrote: A really cool collection of some of Taker's most infamous matches. Although with a twenty year history I wish it contained some of his more diverse or obscure matches but, instead focuses on some of the more commonly known bouts. Some of the matches appear on other anthology DVDs as well but, if you are an Undertaker fan there is still a lot to relive and enjoy from a very long and illustrious career. Personally I would have loved if they could have done a collection of just his legendary feud with Mankind (Mick Foley) alone

Scott S (de) wrote: This movie is filled with action, drama, and some humor. It follows a different hero from the action/war related movies in that the heroes are cartel. They group consists of the head being a legend/ respected head cartel guy, some other respected cartel guys, an enemy cartel member who share the role as the black sheep of the group and an old child-hood pal who is reformed from the lifestyle of the cartel. This should'nt scare away people from the movie however cause the movie shares a emotional bond that everyone can probably relate to: la familia. The basic plot is the older brother goes on a journey to save his younger brother. The drama placed into the plot of the movie shares that sense of the passion emphasised in spanish-opera and old western movies from the 60's. The small minor conflict with the US military was intresting also since this is a spanish movie, I don't know that much about that stuff but it just seems to give the viewer a small insight on how other countries view conflicts that are surging between/ within other countries. The main point is the strong bond of family being most important above all other priorties. Hey, it's also not every day when you get to see people dressed up in cowboy esque getup running around in the middle eastern deserts; at least I'm not aware if that really does happen cause who knows with this crazy little world we live in.

Fong K (ru) wrote: viewed on 17/8/04 (Tues)I left the theatre with a very heavy heart. I feel pity for the Americans and thank goodness, I don't live in a country run by a very incompetent, money-grabbing, two-faced, pretentious and insincere president. I like the opening of the film of Al Gore winning the election. Ok, when I watched SUPERSIZE ME, the facts presented in the documentary are not new to me. I read them before the show so they did not take me by surprise. I was even lamenting that reading the reviews spoilt my viewing pleasure. Now, for this documentary, I read even more about it before I watch it. Still, what I see on the big screen never fails to surprise, shock and move me. You may have read it all, heard it all but it is rather different seeing it for yourself. I have to admit that I am trying hard not to be bought over by Michael Moore completely. There are accusations that he presented his facts unfairly. I think it is inevitable. Anything that is edited will have some degree of bias. Now they may be griping about the minor details but those who read the papers and follow the news, what we discuss at the coffeeshop and over luch breaks is not far from what Michael Moore and the Americans see in George Bush. It takes only a courageous man like Michael Moore to make it more public. I believe Michael Moore, unlike his cheeky and humorous self in BOWLING FOR COLUMBINE, is dead serious in exposing all the uncensored ugly side of George Bush. He is relentless and shows utter hatred for him. There is one particular scene which everyone will bring up. The expression George Bush had when he was told of the 9/11 tragedy in a school classroom, in the middle of a reading activity. You read and heard about his candid response to the news but nothing prepares me for what I am going to see. He was shown showing a blank expression and you can see fear, devastation and utter loss in his eyes. It has a very haunting effect. I think if I am an American, the documentary will be very close to my heart and I would have given a A+. I just think it is not fair to give it the highest honour when I am not capable of knowing the ultimate truth. Like what Moore quoted Orson Welles in the documentary, there is no winner in a war. I must not be impulsive to declare Moore as a winner too.Expected Rating: A-Rating: A

Richard M (fr) wrote: Powerful, realistic, very sad and hard to watch.

Sean C (gb) wrote: This is a good entry for the big guy.

Jack G (mx) wrote: Children of the Earth rejoice Each new day we have a choice, so: touch a mountain climb a mountain feel a mountain feel a mountain

Felipe I (it) wrote: Seagal no topo e quebrando braos.''Nico'' tem tudo: parceiro na ltima semana de trabalho, policial desligado da corporao, famlia ameaada e muita violncia.

Greg W (ru) wrote: Difficult to sit through and is roundly considered one of Bava's worst films.