Motivated by Box Office statistics, Dax Shepard has made a decision to leave comedy to pursue his dream of becoming an international Martial Arts action star. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Motivated by Box Office statistics, Dax Shepard has made a decision to leave comedy to pursue his dream of becoming an international Martial Arts action star.
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Michael D (kr) wrote: Made me want to be vegetarian. I know it comes down to numbers but treating the animals like we do at these factory farms is wrong.
Samir S (de) wrote: A beautiful film that spirals in various tales those intertwine at various points only to be back on their way by themselves. The format in which the story develops is almost like lonely travellers meeting, sharing their experiences and continuing on their own paths only to cross paths again at some other point of their travel. The camera work is the icing on this rich multi-layered cake. It induces a dream like feel that glides on a fine balance between bizarre and surrealism... An absolute must watch for film lovers...
Amy H (nl) wrote: If you value food, spirituality and teachings, this is a great, thoughtful, meditation on food preparation as a spiritual practice among other things about life and the living thereof...
Soraya (mx) wrote: *clan singing* colours of the wind lmao
Schannon M (ca) wrote: i like the version that has Ted Danson as Jonathan Dempsey!
Nyk P (kr) wrote: This is a great film with an odd cast. Even though I've come to detest his stand up act, Lee Evans absolutely steals the movie with his performance. 7/10
Steve S (ru) wrote: *** (out of four) A 1970's morality tale that offers a good dose of women's feminism and warns about the dangers of too much of a good thing. Diane Keaton is Theresa, a wholesome second grade school teacher who lives a very different life once she leaves the classroom. At night she goes from bar to bar living the wild swinging life at the disco's. She becomes more and more consumed by it as the drugs and alcohol begin to control her existance. It is quite a slice of 1970's life. It features a very good performance by Diane Keaton and an even better one by Tuesday Weld.