Brad Randolph (David Carradine) is the World Champion aerobatic pilot but now, in his early 40s, he faces many challenges to maintain his position. His physical struggles are heightened by the presence of a youthful competitor, Tom Loomis (Joseph Bottoms). Intertwined with his professional struggles is his relationship with Helen St. Clair (Jennifer O'Neil).
- Stars:David Carradine, Jennifer O'Neill, Joseph Bottoms, Colleen Camp, Albert Salmi, Salome Jens, Arnette Jens Zerbe, Norman Alden, Nina van Pallandt, James T. Callahan, Jorge Cervera Jr., James Giese II, Woody Chambliss, Hoyt Axton, Richard Ellman Kennedy,
- Director:Barry Brown,
- Writer:Barry Brown (story), William Goodhart (screenplay), William Goodhart (story), Daniel Tamkus (story)
Fictionalized account of a competition aerobatic pilot. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Cloud Dancer torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Frederick Wiseman goes to the boxing gym. The rhythm of the pounding and the dance-like movement and Wiseman's choice to linger on it, and refusal to inject it with a story arc give it a meditative beauty, such that 90 minutes in a boxing gym begins to feel like 90 minutes in a cathedral or a monastery. It's something of a study of violence (the Virginia Tech shootings happened to take place while they were filming, and are mentioned in conversation by some of the gym's patrons) and non-violence (the emphasis in the gym is not on fighting, but on training and rigorous exercise regiments), and, as is often the case, Wiseman's observational, fly-on-the-wall, non-narrative style is so direct and literal that pretty soon it paradoxically finds itself in the realm of the utterly abstract.
(ag) wrote: i don't like the ending. he's choice sucks!
(it) wrote: This is the third Val Kilmer/50 Cent movie I've seen in the past couple years (Streets of Blood and Gun being the other two),but unlike the other two, Val and Fiddy have supporting roles in this film. The main protagonist in the film is an unknown to me up until this film, Luke Goss, but overall that guy was pretty badass. Vinnie Jones is also in the movie. A pretty good movie overall... maybe not quite as good as Streets of Blood (but, close), and better than Gun. I recommend it.
(de) wrote: One of the most fucked movies I have ever seen. It started being a decent horror movie about the Tasmanian Tiger and turned into some mating ritual with a half man/half beast. The original idea of the Tiger eating people was good and the way they showed small parts of it throughout was good, but once the real killers were revealed it went to shit.
(gb) wrote: I can't believe it's actually listed on flixster, imagine a single room with three rabbits talking incoherently with a haunting soundtrack and bizarre moments of canned laughter for 50 minutes, now if you can handle that watch this,also the ending when one of the rabbits opens the front door scared the living crap out of me, curse you David Lynch
(nl) wrote: Rec by Rthornhill. Thank you.
(kr) wrote: Un veritable OVNI, mais un sacre coup de coeur !
(au) wrote: An interesting, haunting, in depth look at the crime side of cities with intriguing dialogue and plot points that isn't afraid to shy away from the big themes.
(kr) wrote: i love this movie to bits. bette is gorgeous.
(us) wrote: 8/28/2016: While it is my least favorite of the series, it was still a good movie. Dobie was a very obnoxious character and my least favorite of the film.
(mx) wrote: Charming. It leaves you consistently smiling with frequent laughter.
(au) wrote: The first movie appearance of Pepe the King Prawn: "build a jacuzzi"! I loved this one when it came out, and still find it hilarious. Jeffrey Tambor is fantastic as the government agent bad guy: "DON'T! LAUGH! AT ME!"... and finally this movie has an all 70's funk soundtrack. Awesome.