It is a movie about three teen skaters, played by young Australian actors Richard Wilson, Sean Kennedy and Ho Thi Lu. Their characters Poker, Spasm and Blue Flame, are trying to escape the law, their school, their parents, their demons and a couple of low-life criminals to realise their burning ambition — to meet world class skating champion, Tony Hawk.
- Stars:Sean Kennedy, Richard Wilson, Ho Thi Lu, Maris J. Caune, Philip Dodd, Glenda Linscott, Terry Rogers, Henry Golding, Gang Li, Lien Thi Mong Tran, Anthony Cogin, Geoffrey Yu, Hai Nguyen, Tom Feary-Campbell, Mitchell McMahon,
- Director:Steve Pasvolsky,
- Writer:Steve Pasvolsky
It is a movie about three teen skaters, played by young Australian actors Richard Wilson, Sean Kennedy and Ho Thi Lu. Their characters Poker, Spasm and Blue Flame, are trying to escape the law, their school, their parents, their demons and a couple of low-life criminals to realise their burning ambition — to meet world class skating champion, Tony Hawk. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Deck Dogz torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Brilliantly filmed movie featuring a good cast and great performances by Katie Cassidy and Michelle Trachtenberg. A really great concept that borrows elements from films like Fight Club, Identity, and Sucker Punch.
(mx) wrote: The premise is interesting, but pretty much everything else is ridiculous. The thought experiments are inconsistent, the people's actions often make no sense whatsoever, and what is supposed to be the main topic of the movie - how to choose who stays in the shelter - gets very little discussion. Not to mention that the movie's idea of a witticism on the professor's part is forcing a student to stay in class by threatening to lower her boyfriend's grade.If you're intrigued by the premise, just run the thought experiment in your head for five minutes. That's about as much as you'll get from the movie anyway.
(mx) wrote: I think the title should come with an extra line "Short and Bitter." I won't lie, Kevin Hart's stand up was hilariously, seriously funny. I love a good standup every now and then, but is it me, or do black male comedians seem to hate black women? There is almost always a segment in their standup dedicated to going on and on about how miserable we are and how simple and victimized the brothers are. I used to think Kevin Hart was different. That he was a happy comedian. But a good chunk of his routine was about him griping about things he hated about women. In fact, some parts even sounded like something stolen from a recent Chris Rock routine. Now obviously not all black comedians do this, Kat Williams comes to mind, but it seems like the overwhelmingly majority love this topic. I enjoyed "Seriously Funny" but there were many parts that left me feeling like Mr. Hart is seriously bitter.
(it) wrote: Definitely feels like a made for TV movie.
(it) wrote: can watch few times even though it not got much of a plot .
(ru) wrote: With no shred of doubt the most flattering part of To The Wonder is the impeccable cinematography by none other than the master Chivo, talk about a delight of imagery and magic that can only be found in his work, truly incredible, the story is a rare combination of LOVE & Depression & PAIN and fear and courage and a lot of unexplained emotions that can only be felt through the amazing acting of a wonderful cast, simply it was what movies do which is movie something deep inside you and it did that wonderfully
(jp) wrote: This movie is great.