At Any Price

At Any Price

Set in the competitive world of modern agriculture, ambitious Henry Whipple wants his rebellious son Dean to help expand his family’s farming empire. However, Dean has his sights set on becoming a professional race car driver. When a high-stakes investigation into their business is exposed, father and son are pushed into an unexpected situation that threatens the family's entire livelihood.

An ambitious Iowa seed farmer (Dennis Quaid) tries to get his resentful son (Zac Efron) interested in the family business, but the son has his sights set on becoming a professional race car driver. When the business is threatened by an unexpected crisis, the relationship between them is tested. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


At Any Price torrent reviews

Taposhi M (ag) wrote: if "sorry" is enough then i m sorry for not rating u 0 instead of 1 :)

Mark P (fr) wrote: Rubbish, ruined The Proclaimers songs

Dan M (br) wrote: The production team obviously forgot to include and hire an EDITOR- which is strange especially for a film that takes place almost completely in a car. The premise of the movie was awesome but I'd say only about 70%of the execution was right on. The girl who played Penny carried the entire movie remarkably. With the right team and budget- a remake could definitely make people think twice before getting in a car.

Andr D (it) wrote: El director Woody Allen nos cuenta cmo termin una relacin desde la perspectiva del hombre y desde la perspectiva de la mujer. Los resultados son tanto graciosos como trgicos en el mejor sentido de los conceptos. Will Ferrell es dinamita y bajo la direccin de Allen sigue demostrando el gran talento que posee.

Tyler B (it) wrote: Wow this is even worse than the first!

Nidhi P (ag) wrote: the story is kinda nice.but heh confession is more gud

Al S (br) wrote: I LOVE Brigitte Bardot........Shalako

Cheryl L (mx) wrote: I like Elvis what more can I say.

Alexandre V (fr) wrote: the youkounkoun... lol

Alex B (au) wrote: Super-gentle, super-beautiful, super-strong Christians, full of super good humor. In other words, totally unlike Christians today. But surely the early Christians became Christians because they were so miserable, so used to suffering. And surely the Romans never gave them so many opportunities not to be martyred. But the ending is pleasant enough, except for the tripe about compromise/prudence (though the synthesis may well be the Christians corrupting Rome, and Rome corrupting the Christians--indeed, the only already synthesized/compromised Roman/Christian here is the only character killed off, and in neither Roman nor Christian fashion).

Gunnar I (it) wrote: A True Russian masterpiece.