American Hardcore

American Hardcore

Inspired by Steven Blush's book "American Hardcore: A tribal history" Paul Rachman's feature documentary debut is a chronicle of the underground hardcore punk years from 1979 to 1986. Interviews and rare live footage from artists such as Black Flag, Bad Brains, Minor Threat, SS Decontrol and the Dead Kennedys.

This documentary addresses the birth and evolution of hardcore punk rock from 1978 to 1986. There would be no Nirvana, Beastie Boys or Red Hot Chili Peppers were it not for hardcore pioneers such as Black Flag, Bad Brains and Minor Threat. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


American Hardcore torrent reviews

Kevin L (br) wrote: Has it all a love, suspense, action, comedy, and of course Horror.

Brandon S (ru) wrote: A good look at what goes on in the NFL draft. A little far-fetched and unbelievable at times, but still overall a decent movie!

patty j (de) wrote: I've had food poisoning that's been better than the cloth. Seriously horrible Mexican food diarrhea That I would prefer over this movie. I wish that there was a way I could sue for the time I lost watching this abomination called a movie.Justin Price... why, why would you do this? Take a shit in my eyes and try to pass it as a movie. The only thing I hate more than this movie is you. This film was a train wreck of poor plot, terrible acting, and the worst CGI to ever shame the screen. See this movie if you want to know what unforgettable shame and disappointed are.

Nick M (es) wrote: After Ron Howard's last venture into comedy with 2000's "How The Grinch Stole Christmas", I was faced with a strange, questionable dilemma of my own as I was watching this film: Is this movie supposed to be a comedy or a drama? "The Dilemma" boasts a talented cast with the likes of Vince Vaughn, Kevin James, Winona Ryder, and Jennifer Connelly (With Channing Tatum in a humorous supporting role) as they tackle honesty/commitment in marriages and what goes on behind closed curtains in modern day relationships. Vaughn and James play a dynamic business duo trying to market their brand of hip, stylish 1960s themed energy efficient automobiles. (They successfully score the deal and have to organize a final presentation.) While visiting the botanical gardens, (With Clint Howard making a cameo, because it isn't a Ron Howard movie without him!) Vaughn notices Ryder, James' wife, making out with Tatum's character. With his conscience viciously eating at his insides, madcap secrecy and misunderstanding engulfs Vaughn as he struggles about how to approach his moral obligation to tell his best friend about the truth behind his wife. (There are actually quite a few interesting plot twists thrown in.) Based on it's sitcom-like premise and the comedic casting of Vaughn and James, I expected "The Dilemma" to feel like "Liar, Liar" mixed with "It's Complicated." However, what Ron Howard delivers is a completely mixed bag of what is supposed to be feels like an attempt at a Judd Apatow comedy. The film opens up with showcasing Vaughn and James' friendship, almost like a "Wedding Crashers"-like tone, with the humor beginning to ignite and the character's starting to develop when suddenly the film comes to an awkward brake, with the burnt rubber and tread-marks remaining. "The Dilemma" becomes incredibly serious, uncomfortably balancing comedy and drama, with humor that almost never works on account of the circumstances of the plot. Not to say that there aren't any laughs to be found, "The Dilemma's" humor is uncomfortable and doesn't mesh with the dramatic elements Howard is setting up. That being said, I found myself really invested in the dramatic elements of the film. The entire cast gives surprisingly solid performances (Queen Latifah is completely underused and her supporting role as an agent for an automobile company is unnecessary) with characters that are well rounded and have full story arcs. The film also comes off as sexist at times, labeling wives as the unjust members of the family, when (SPOILER) there are other sides to the story. The film only focuses on the infidelity of Ryder's character when James isn't exactly a saint either. With it's nearly two hour running time, "The Dilemma" features good performances, well rounded characters, and direction from Ron Howard, however, the awkward transitions from comedy to drama make this film difficult to recommend. 2.8/5

Christopher C (nl) wrote: This got better as the film went on. Seemed slow to start.

Kris G (kr) wrote: Fantastically cast, with the father and possessed daughter in particular turning in outstanding performances, The Possession actually takes the time to build it's characters before throwing them into the deep end.The movie does so much right, the flaws holding it back make it all the more frustrating. While the performances are beyond convincing, even in the minor roles, the script gets clumsy and does a poor job providing the children with dialogue that sounds like how a child would talk.The sometimes weak writing is forgivable and certainly not a deal breaker in the genre, but the predictability is the film's real achilles heel. Am I spoiling the movie by advising you to just enjoy the journey? And you should because it's a fine one, but rather one that you've taken many times before and know the destination off by heart.Consider The Possession to be a tribute to The Exorcist and all the films that followed it's lead since. Consider The Possession to be not the Rolling Stones, but one hell of a cover band that can do just as good a version of I Can't Get No Satisfaction as the real mccoy. Adjust your expectations accordingly, be willing to meet the film on it's own terms and The Possession should go down mighty easy.

Kevin S (br) wrote: A mobster gets his duffel bag full of decapitated heads mixed up with another bag at a airport. He then goes after the guy that has his bag chasing down they guy that grabbed it accidentally at the airport and get the heads back beacuse if he don't his head will be the next one in the bag. Very funny comedy with an excellent cast who had me laughing the whole way through the movie. Joe Pesci was super funny and David Spade was great too and had me laughing quite a bit too. And it is not just them two the whole cast was funny and they made what was a somewhat dumb story into a hillarious comedy.

Josh E (nl) wrote: Cheesy horror but the end will deck you

Damion D (mx) wrote: HahhahaaHahaAA!!!'..think is a real- crazy, hilarious,.. Funny fuckn' Comedy!

Melissa G (br) wrote: Adam sander = not funny but the other main cast were really funny