Cancer to Capricorn: Path of the Modern Gypsy
Taking place between the latitudinal lines of the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn, Reef’s new movie documents the search for perfect surf and new cultural experiences on the path of the modern gypsy. Coming in the Summer of 2010, Cancer to Capricorn – The Path of The Modern Gypsy, features Mick Fanning, Rob Machado, Tonino Benson, Mike Losness, Ben Bourgeois, Miss Reef and many more.
After analyzing the behavior of tropical storm systems within the Earth's tropical latitudinal lines of the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn, experts were able to pin point the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Cancer to Capricorn: Path of the Modern Gypsy torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Great feel good movie and based on a true story Must see this film
(ru) wrote: Loved this movie. Well done.
(ru) wrote: another view of how the tribulation might look like in the final days of humanity.
(nl) wrote: Unconventional story - almost a head-scratcher to follow - that's plagued, unfortunately, by a low budget and a strange lack of reaction by the protagonist when someone close to him dies. Solid contemporary noir, though, that sets up a few narrative frames: Jack is a writer who works as a croupier, writing a novel about Jake, a croupier... Striking, original film that does a lot with a little and features a good performance by a young Clive Owen. Roll the dice on it [rimshot goes here]!
(nl) wrote: Lost Tank. Was an ok movie
(us) wrote: Haha! Epically hilarious eighties horror movie campery... The gore was pretty impressive for it's time & the last image was hilarious. Reminded me of original ending of Carrie. The dubbing was annoying, but the body count was good.
(mx) wrote: good movie, and Rogers acting is better than some of his other efforts!
(br) wrote: Great 60's thriller. Michael Caine cannot be matched in this film. Some of the parts drag on a bit too much, but if you're a fan of the cliche 60s burglar film, this is a good one to watch. There's lots of bad love scenes, as well! What's with people not moving their heads?
(us) wrote: Not the greatest movie I have ever seen, but definitely not the worst! It entertains, which is what it's meant to do.
(br) wrote: Amazing documentary that captures all the great moments in Katy's life.
(jp) wrote: That suits me right down to the ground. Dutch is a tuna fisherman that is great at his job as well as at fighting. His union struggles with a greedy dock owner and Dutch strong arms his way to the leader of the union and leads them against the dock owner. Dutch falls in love and marries a local girl that has also caught the eye of the dock owner. Once they're married Dutch's stubbornness often keeps them apart and he eventually loses his position as head of the union. Can Dutch make up with his wife and get their life back together? "Nick's got a little surprise for you." "I don't want it. What is it?" J. Walter Ruben, director of Secret Service, The Roadhouse Murder, Ace of Aces, Old Hutch, Trouble for Two, and The Bad Man of Brimstone, delivers Riffraff. The storyline for this picture is outstanding and reminded me of On the Waterfront. The characters were so well presented and delivered and the script was awesome. The cast includes Spencer Tracy, Jean Harlow, Una Merkel, Joseph Calleia, and Mickey Rooney. "Sit down. You're getting on my nervous system." I DVR'd this picture during a recent Spencer Tracy marathon on Turner Classic Movies (TCM). I absolutely adored this film. I was shocked at how great the characters are. I have recently become a huge Jean Harlow fan and was mesmerized by her performance and Tracy delivered his character flawlessly. I strongly recommend seeing this picture. "I'm so tough you probably couldn't get a knife into me." Grade: A