Don't You Worry, It Will Probably Pass
Du Ska Nog Se Att Det Går Över (Don't You Worry, It Will Probably Pass) is a documentary by Cecilia Neant-Falk. When she was 14 years old, in 1986, she posted an add in a youth magazine, explaining that she was bisexual and wished to get in contact with other people in the same situation. In 1999, she posted the same add in the magazine and decided to make a movie about the three people who responded.
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Don't You Worry, It Will Probably Pass torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Watched GMO OMG (Genetically Modified Organisms - Oh My God). The documentary showed how almost everything we eat is either GM produced or GM contaminated in some way (aside from pure Organically certified produce). Mammoth organisations like Monsanto are stopping farmers saving seeds at the end of the year and are forcing them in to buying GM produced seeds exclusively from Monsanto. It showed how large firms are patenting organisms, working hard to discredit true scientific studies exposing the threat of GMO's. The film covered various investigations, trials & experiments that showed how Humans were prone to developing all sorts of Cancers due to GM food consumption over the course of our lives. The disclosures were shocking. Do your research, download and watch this movie if you really care about what you and your children are consuming, and how it will all affect our lives in the years to come - 7/10
(fr) wrote: Bad storyline, bad screenplay, bad direction, not one creepy scene, horrible acting. Watching this movie was a complete waste of a Saturday night!
(it) wrote: bonita, sencilla, bien hechecita
(fr) wrote: Great movie......one to keep in the collection
(nl) wrote: The power of my favorite actor Hopkins is undeniable. Even when a story is all too familiar, all to confidant, yet not quite as clever as it believed. Hopkins is always at his best. I enjoyed what could have been a complete disaster because of the amazing performance delivered by Hopkins.
(mx) wrote: dude. it has dominic monaghan in it. why not??
(ru) wrote: Fantasy usually always works for me.
(mx) wrote: It's a good solid Ultraman film that has a great human touch to it. I watched it without subtitles at first but I got it. The film has a good plot, a good simple story, and average action scenes. It's not the best Ultraman movie there is but it's one of the most realistic. Ultraman The Next will satisfy fans of the beloved long-running Ultraman franchise
(au) wrote: Allot of characters and a fairly complicated plot but has some good dramatic scenes. The leg cutting off in particular.
(ag) wrote: "Baby Cart at the River Styx" is the second volume in a series of films whose violence is so fucking extreme and strong, that you can't help but enjoy it. Each fight seems to race from the last, baying to display what it is capable of showing. Sure, the movie isn't a masterpiece by any stretch, but it is far more enjoyable than the typical shoot-out films Hollywood deems violent. The movie is set in Wuxia Japan, where clans rule supreme and armies of men with straw hats and samurai swords deal justice to the peasants. The famed assassin "Lone Wolf and Cub" is dispatched to eliminate three brothers (with Straw hats) who are causing trouble in the clans. Chinese or Japanese Martial Arts gore-fests are simply a guilty pleasure and an exercise in style, they never hold any real significance other than to entertain with ultra-violence; occasionally one will stand out, like "Lady Snowblood" which use new camera shots and settings to create a mysterious inviting world is different and fresh; but movies like "Babycart" entertain some, sicken others.
(it) wrote: Very interesting reworking of Gojira for an american audience, adding Raymond Burr to the original Japanese film. It takes a lot of the strength of the story away, but still good enough to watch
(ag) wrote: The first act of this movie is not that good at all. However the second and third act are amazing. Pulse pounding action and tense moments make this movie worth watching.
(ru) wrote: Stunning animation and colorful characters, but the movie itself wasn't that good and felt a bit unnecessary. It's fun to watch every now and then, but it's nothing too special.
(mx) wrote: This is the kind of movie that stays with you long after you first watch it. It gives food for many conversations and shows the importance in life. It was an amazing story, filled with action and thrilling scenes, but also very interesting for its profound messages. A dystopian Earth, human instinct for survival, a very familiar situation with a very fresh twist. A man's dream became the reason for the creation of this film, that is a very compelling and a very antrhopocentric movie. Chris Evans finally got a chance to show his real acting skills and I swear he delievered some of the roughest lines in the best way possible. Much respect for the guy and his skills! I adored every second, and I'm so glad I found this gem of a film. It saddens me that it's not very well known. It's greater than many of the recent blockbusters! Just watch it.
(br) wrote: The movie was mildly entertaining. It's supposed to be a political thriller. The story is OK. But, there really was not much tension generated. Our hero, Jim Grant (Robert Redford) is on the run. He is a wanted fugitive. He has been in hiding for decades. An ambitious reporter, Ben (Shia LeBeouf), finds him out, and the hunt is on.The story never really drew me in. However, it did hold my interest. I liked watching Redford and LaBeouf work. But, we were never worried about Jim's ability to out fox the long arm of the law. LaBeouf is pretty good in this role. The rest of the supporting cast is OK. There are a few interesting turns in the plot.It was an OK trip to the flics.