Doug's 1st Movie

Doug's 1st Movie

Doug and his pal Skeeter set's out to find the monster of Lucky Duck Lake. Though things get really out of hand when some one blurts out that the monster is real.

Doug and his pal Skeeter set's out to find the monster of Lucky Duck Lake. Though things get really out of hand when some one blurts out that the monster is real. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Doug's 1st Movie torrent reviews

Maridia B (ru) wrote: Wow. A movie built for the sentimental family types who enjoy those crappy family movies.

Tim L (mx) wrote: A refreshing and quirky movie that, in it's relaxing pace, shows that life is more than just the destination. A lovely film that can also be used an effective tourist promotion for the beaches of Okinawa.

Sean C (gb) wrote: This is an interesting film, it's a documentary on the architect/social engineer/inventor Jacques Fresco, whom until I downloaded this movie, I'd never heard of. To give you a rundown of his accomplishments, he's invented/improved nearly as many things as Da Vinci, he met Albert Einstein and was unimpressed, he flew planes in WWII, he designed one of the first mass production-style houses (aka what would later be overlooked in the use of mobile homes/trailers), and to this day, at like 90 years old, he still draws/designs ways to change the world.The documentary itself is pretty straightforward, there's nothing spectacular in form here, in fact, this might even suffer because it's a documentary, and to truly experience Fresco's life, you'd either have to live it with him, or chronicle all his accomplishments and designs in a 12 hour miniseries.What makes Fresco so unique as a Futurist is that he doesn't design things FOR the future. He designs the future itself. For example, he explains that there is no way to save the US they way it is now, to go back and attempt to rebuild the major cities through patchwork would be impossible. He explains you need to start anew, and build an entire city at once, and he has designs for it. Once you listen to his theories, everything he says makes sense, and it's like he's solved the problems of human suffering. You begin to wonder why more people don't listen to this guy, but the problem is his ideas are idealist, his inventions, transportation systems, and living situations would only work if people weren't conditioned to be greedy and to look at life through monetary values.He goes on to explain that what changed his thinking was when he arrived in Tahiti in the early 40's, he was offered the Cheif of the tribe's wife and told that she gives the Chief much pleasure, maybe she could do the same for him. It changed his thinking because he discovered that these people weren't conditioned to covet and want, they merely existed, and looked to share the things they had and the good life they led. The problem with America, he discovered, is people from their birth, are taught to covet and to take and to need. If we were able to change this thinking, and from birth condition people to share such things as land, lifestyle, food, power, etc then there wouldn't be a need for money, or a monetary system.He also talks about how absolutely ridiculous and stupid it is that there are people who have millions of dollars, houses they don't ever set foot in, and cars they never drive, yet there are people dying of hunger every day. Clearly, there is enough food to go around, but the greedy people that see value in status and wealth completely ruin this fact that everyone on the planet earth could be eating right now. But thanks to Bill Gates, Ted Turner, and other people like them, there are people dying every day. Really just a mind boggling human being, there is so much to be learned from Jacques Fresco, it's a wonder and at the same time a testament to humankind's stupidity that such a man could exist, but never be listened to.9.1/10

mark d (gb) wrote: Wins Csar Awards Best Actress - Supporting Role (Ccile De France)Nominations Chlotrudis Awards Best CastCsar Awards Best Editing (Francine Sandberg) Best Actress - Supporting Role (Kelly Reilly)

Zaar D (it) wrote: what do they do? poke them in the eyes and then go Taebo on them?

Ian C (au) wrote: Wank enough sequel. Few chuckles but overall pig skunk.

Danny M (nl) wrote: This was good. Nothing special but I enjoyed it. Also the special effects were great considering when it was made

Jason F (us) wrote: Haha LEGEND from my yonder years!

John Y (br) wrote: Scarlett O'Hara as Cleopatra. Nuff said.

Andrew S (de) wrote: This was not very funny and the characters were forgettable.

Bobby W (gb) wrote: Good action throughout

Marcos R (us) wrote: Apesar dos efeitos serem INCRVEIS o roteiro uma grande bosta!! A simpatia do Chappie o nico motivo de ver o filme at o final. Tenho certeza que o Hugh Jackman nunca vai poder esse filme em seu currculo ehhehe

Jack G (gb) wrote: slightly entertaining

Piers C (au) wrote: Dumb, stupid, funny.

David F (gb) wrote: Genuinely funny and entertaining, this romantic comedy skillfully incorporates a business story about the rise of bookstore chains and the decline of independent bookstores into its love story about a couple who meet and get to know each other online before they meet in real life.