Decoding Annie Parker

Decoding Annie Parker

The lives of a breast-cancer patient and a researcher who is trying to prove a genetic link to cancer intersect in a groundbreaking study.

Based on true events of two remarkable women; the irrepressible Annie Parker, a three time cancer survivor and the geneticist Mary-Claire King whose discovery of the breast cancer BRCA gene mutation. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Decoding Annie Parker torrent reviews

HollyMaree S (gb) wrote: Brilliant yet scary look into drug addiction and life on the street.

Dakotah G (ca) wrote: Not only visually beautiful, but such a beautiful collection of stories and meditations on the past. It's streaming on the Netflix, and totally worth your time.

Ole J (au) wrote: The action parts are all right, the story and the filming are so and so.I don't know quit how to give you the bigger picture of this, actually there is no bigger picture, its about evil aliens (in human shape) and intergalactic agents etc.

Cheryl N (ag) wrote: this one did not work for me, i don't know whether to blame it on the bad directing or the writing. everything was unconvincing other than the fact that Venla desperately wanted a baby and her boyfriend absolutely does not. while watching this, you have absolutely no idea what the hell going on. you don't even know when did Venla and Satu fall in love, etc etc. then all of a sudden they start to kiss, you're like wtf? WHEN did that happen? was i missing something? this is definitely something to miss in my book.

Justin B (mx) wrote: Funny and heartbreakingly real.

roger t (ru) wrote: criticker predicted tci: 90

Calib M (ag) wrote: I love John Carpenter, ''The Thing'' (1982) is one of my all time favorite movies, ''Halloween'' (1979) is one of the best horror movies and the best slasher movie of all time, ''They Live'' (1988) is a creative and original movie that's very entertaining, and ''Escape from New York'' (1981) is a solid sci-fi flick. But holy hell, 1986's ''Big Trouble in Little China'' is one of the most ridiculous, stupid, and campy movies i've ever seen.The characters are as flat as a table, the dialogue is laughable (almost every line of dialogue seems like a cheesy one-liner from a Schwarzenegger film), the effects are pretty bad for todays' standards, and the story goes nowhere after an hour. It seems like such a great idea too! A big-budget, high-tech Hollywood action movie that takes all the clichs of kung fu, and Jackie Chan, and does them right. But ''Big Trouble in Little China'' doesnt do them right unfortunately. "Big Trouble in Little China" takes Jack Burton (portrayed by Kurt Russel) and his friends on a journey through one death-defying challenge after another, and throws in magicians, sorcerers, karate masters and a 2,000-year-old man. The first 30 minutes of the movie gave room for hope. It was fast-moving, it was visually spectacular (not by today's standards, but back then, certainly), it was exotic and lighthearted and filled with a spirit of adventure. But then, gradually, the movie began to recycle itself. It began to feel as if I was seeing the same thing more than once. After one amazing subterranean chamber had been survived and conquered, everybody fell down a chute into another one. By the end of the movie, I was just uninterested and weary. ''Big Trouble in Little China'' benefits from a rollicking wise-ass performance from Kurt Russell, which does result in having a smile on your face whenever he's talking, despite it being a flat character, and a mediocre performance. (Still entertaining to watch tho)I gave it 2.5/5 simply because it probably is entertaining to watch on a lazy friday night when you're drunk. When i watched it, it was simply entertaining here and there, but as a movie, it's pretty bad.

Nick C (mx) wrote: While it has some great moments, Cut Bank is a cliched mess.

Jeff T (it) wrote: Hilarious!! had me laughing hard !!

Bloodmarsh K (ca) wrote: Much like 'Tombstone,' 'Silverado' isn't a bad film - but it's as if the director purposely looked for actors who have no place in western films. Other than Kevin Costner/Brian Dennehy, the cast is hilariously bad - but maybe that was the point.Michael Biehn as 'Johnny Ringo' doesn't seem so laughable after this.