Decade of Disturbed

Decade of Disturbed

This 75+ minute film, directed by Rafa Alcantara of TWENTYFOURCORE Productions, candidly captures the band's ten-year history, with extensive behind the scenes and never before seen footage. "It basically tells the story of the band, from its inception to present day, says front man David Draiman. "The band has had its share of ups and downs along the way and I think we tried to be as open and honest about all of it as we could. It's very insightful and we hope its something the fans will appreciate."

Why has Disturbed persevered for over a decade? Through years of countless tours, dedication & sacrifice, and the delivery of four critically acclaimed albums, Disturbed created a very unique fan base, all of which born with the Sickness. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Decade of Disturbed torrent reviews

Dani A (ru) wrote: WTF?WTF?!?!?!?Wait...He's at the laundrette.WTF?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!???!

Brian L (kr) wrote: Love it so much. One of the best and heartwarming movies I have watched.

Ahmed B (ag) wrote: shallow dull witless French...

Dominique D (ru) wrote: Ils ont mme fait l'effort d'avoir une histoire!!! Mais le clip la fin est ce qu'il y a de mieux.

Deb K (au) wrote: . The father/daughter chemistry between ABigail and Alessandro Nivola was great. A great film that wasnt overly cheesy about a father coming to grips with the reality that he does have a daughter and learning how to be a father to her. The music is also a huge plus

John S (br) wrote: What a high budget, high dedication, and high talent would look like in a church musical.

Jim C (kr) wrote: It's not a movie just for little girls, it is a great history lesson for a lot of people, but it could have been great without the American Girl logo, which made it really embarassing for some guys to go see, but its just an okay movie.

David J (us) wrote: "Atonement" is a fully-realized, beautifully-cinematographed, and deeply-moving adaptation of Ian McEwan's novel of the same name.

Colm M (nl) wrote: The big budget and modern effects make this watchable but one of those ultimately forgettable movies. Day of The Dead is what you are looking for. Go see the second in the franchise. By far the best.

Ima P (ag) wrote: Wow!! A very entertaining French Movie...Love the actors, great acting, feel the chemistry..It's rare to see entertaining French film..Great flick! Nudity?! Tres francais!

Denise A (jp) wrote: So devishly funny! A must see!

Pete S (ag) wrote: One of my top ten films, seriously! Two Hollywood greats, Sophia Loren & Clark Gable, a nice Romantic comedy kept fairly light hearted, I love it!

Jacob G (ag) wrote: Bergman is brilliant. This movie is like a sexual chess match--Who ends up with who is a mystery. Four girls, three guys, and and Bergman's impeccable eye for scene composition. Eva Dahlbeck is the standout, who plays the chessmaster Desiree Armfeldt. However, the other three lusty women are no slouches, either. The male cast is slightly weaker, though Gunnar Bjornstrand plays capable Frederick. But it is no great tragedy when the women way outshine the men. I'd rather be paying attention to the women anyway--and the film doesn't seem to discourage this.

Andree R (ca) wrote: Great John Wayne Movie... only downfall... Andres Bonifacio wasn't played by a Filipino...

Greg W (ag) wrote: just OK silent period picture

Ken S (kr) wrote: Harold Lloyd was one of the great comedians of the silent era, up there with Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton. While I personally find Chaplin's films to be the best (they tend to have just a bit more heart to them), Lloyd and Keaton were masters of stunt comedy, with big outrageous and shocking stunts to wow the audience while still making them laugh. This film's big stunt involves Lloyd forced to climb a skyscraper as publicity stunt. It's an excellent sequence, and probably one of the best in cinema history.

Michael K (ca) wrote: Moody haunted house--possession flick. It wasn't bad. Real actors and decent production values. Definitely better than most horror genre movies made these days.

Michael T (us) wrote: I recently watched HIGH TENSION and was reminded of this early-1970s psychofilm about two English nurses cycling through the rural French countryside with a psychotic killer on the loose. Pamela Franklin was the early 1970s answer to Jamie Lee Curtis, she was in a lot of horror movies and this one features one of her best performances.

Spermian J (ru) wrote: Weak and unfocused with a talented cast that goes to waste.

Stephanie Z (fr) wrote: Love based on true stories