Being AP

Being AP

Undoubtedly one of Britain's greatest ever sportsmen, the story of AP McCoy's final season is a fascinating mix of sacrifice, doubt, decisions, triumphs and failures, injury and ultimately, finding a way to leave the stage. With unprecedented access to a top athlete, the film tracks all the elements that make up McCoy's life.

In the sport of horse racing, jump jockey Anthony “AP” McCoy seldom knew the bitter taste of defeat. Over the course of an illustrious career spanning two decades, the 41-year-old Irishman would become the first rider to record 4,000 career wins, riding on the backs of more than 4,300 winners. The documentary follows 40-year-old AP McCoy during his 20th and final year atop the horse-racing world. ​ . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Being AP torrent reviews

Collin P (mx) wrote: This one is still funny because it is so stupid. However, it is basically the same as the first one. The story lacks more.

Eric H (br) wrote: This movie is a distinct emphasis on experimental, "Socialisme" is suited solely for cinema students -- really. Mostly in French, with few and quirky subtitles, often out of focus, and overall plot-free, "Socialisme" is an effort to explore how alterations to the audio and picture affect morehe meaning of a cinematic work. Answer: Lots. What does a viewer take away from screening this project? What you already knew about the effects of audio and picture on a cinematic work. You will see some memorable moments that will be of use in crafting your own projects, or when screening other works (Mr Godard, after all, is the Director), but unless you are a groupie (like Film Grrrl) you will find "Socialisme" unapproachable.

Ricardo S (jp) wrote: A star cast totally wasted in a silly extension of a good movie.

Bill R (es) wrote: As romances go, this was decent. The characters were really well done.

Christina D (ru) wrote: I admit, I did see this movie. I still want my $10 back.

Knight F (gb) wrote: My Screenwriting teacher directed this. It has a couple of really funny parts. As many of you could have guessed Harry Connick Jr shouldn't have played this guy, they should have gotten someone better...maybe a Luke Wilson or someone! (lol Bix) Anyways it has a good load of cameos ( or at least now they'd be considered cameos) and humor, if you somehow ever come across this one, check it out.

Laura P (jp) wrote: It could have used a tempestuous make-up scene at the end or just insert hot sex somewhere! Christian Slater has always been charming in his weird personality crazy-hair way, and I don't watch too many romance films but I just expected some sex. The best friend chick was cute as hell, like a nerdy Demi Moore, she really made the film. What would have really made the film though would have been an actual bed or roses-with people having sex on it.

Jonas H (au) wrote: Dangerous watching for hyperactive 12 year olds

Nur S (au) wrote: Great chemistry between Kevin Bacon and Elizabeth Perkins.

Mike G (ag) wrote: Pretty cool flick. Can't believe I overlooked it until now! Its a little too downbeat to praise as a goofy camp classic, but its still a fun way to spend 92 minutes. Yaphet Kotto rules in it.

noah m (us) wrote: A very simple storyline that conveys a substantially large message.

AJ R (es) wrote: Absolutely bad my 4th worst film of all time

Felipe F (gb) wrote: Ill see you in my dreams is a graceful meditation over life and death, aging and friendship with a spectacular and always true to life script - featuring a wonderful and honest performance from Blythe Danner.

Sam m (ru) wrote: For all beatlmanias, for all rock funs, and for all the 60s lovers!