Being W

Being W

Being W is an unauthorized autobiography of the 43rd President of the United States of America.

Being W is an unauthorized autobiography of the 43rd President of the United States of America. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Being W torrent reviews

Jessica H (br) wrote: The real talent is keeping your eyes open.

David A (jp) wrote: What an irreverent hoot! This is the movie Olivia mentioned at her concert a couple of weeks ago. Wish I had seen it before the concert. Sordid plays like a stage show and is available on Netflix. Rated R!!!

Klay F (br) wrote: Same old, same old, in this rip off series that just doesnt seem to go away...theres one more.

Deb J (es) wrote: love love love!!!! havent seen this movie in a long time....its such a sweet movie....

bob s (mx) wrote: cant stream the bastard , prob shit now but remember it was ok , but then I remember spam being nice so who knows

Mike W (nl) wrote: Seems like the original cliche partner cop movie. Loved nick nolte's character

Justin B (jp) wrote: Mish mash of everything we've already seen from Wes Craven with bad pacing and shoddy effects.

Steve H (es) wrote: Rod Steiger is the definative Napoleon. He is the image that i have as i read Simon Scarrow's brilliant books - The Wellington and Napoleon Quartet. The sheer scope of the Waterloo battle, the numbers involved, and the famous aerial views of thousands of troops fighting in square formations, it's all very epic.....something that's missing from 'Sharpe's Waterloo'.....but it's also not as personal....although hearing the subconcious thoughts of both Wellington and Napoleon is a nice touch. This is Steiger's film and he is brilliant.....This was 1970, where's the re-make?

David W (it) wrote: Charlie Chaplin's masterpiece as heartfelt and funny as it can be

Peyton C (ca) wrote: Taking the book's main character and turning him into an unlikeable little douche, this hurts the film.

Marcus H (br) wrote: Freelancers oder Red Light? Welcher Film ist schlechter???

rahn o (de) wrote: ...that's why they call them "Critics"