Every Second Counts
Every Second Counts follows 17-year-old Brooke Preston, a gifted equestrian on the verge of becoming a world class champion. Brooke faces the biggest decision of her life - whether to pursue her father's (Stephen Collins - 7th Heaven) dream of becoming a professional or her aspirations to go to college and lead a normal life.
- Stars:Stephen Collins, Barbara Williams, Magda Apanowicz, Brett Dier, Eric Keenleyside, Colby Johannson, Jim Shield, Chelah Horsdal, Kwesi Ameyaw, Frank Cassini, Patrick Gilmore, Beverley Elliott, Roman Podhora, Alistair Abell, Cassandra Sawtell,
- Director:John Bradshaw,
- Writer:Arthur Martin Jr., Kevin Commins, Robert Vaughn, Barbara Kymlicka, Matt Chapman (story coordinator)
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Every Second Counts torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: I love how everyone reviewed this movie as "a hilarious low-budget movie" or "so bad it was funny." Okay it was funny, but 3 stars worth funny? Would anyone who watched this actually go out of their way to watch it again, if even for comedic value? I doubt it.
(au) wrote: J'ai bien envie de le voir celui-l !!
(br) wrote: abosuletly a waste of time British film makers stop trying to make things scary and stick to comedy your good at that
(mx) wrote: loved it awesome movie and actors are sooooo hot and so actress
(nl) wrote: all love stories aren't of same type..there exist complexity of a kind which we could never think about..somehow i loved this movie..
(fr) wrote: Angela Bettis directs her May Director in a reversal of roles, with Lucky McKee playing an awkward loner as she did in the other film, and the results are a lot more average for whatever reason. I mean, maybe we're all a bit more familiar/accustomed to strange guys getting creepily attached to women who want nothing to do with them, but this just felt kinda boring and by the numbers.Rental?
(ag) wrote: Clever riveting British black & white espionage film released in 1952, set during WW2 in Turkey starring James Mason. Based on true events that took place in Ankara (Operation Cicero). Loved every minute of it. One of the best spy films I've seen.
(ru) wrote: A really fun movie. Statham plays a great villain and the damsel in distress isn't as useless as they usually are. Great suspense thriller.
(de) wrote: fab!!! great to see a role reversal on sexual harrassment!!!
(ca) wrote: One of my all time favourite films.
(au) wrote: Frank Capra's films encapsulate what we pretend are American ideals now: hopefulness, love for your fellow man, and trust in something much greater than one's own intellect. Similar to his iconic masterpiece, "It's a Wonderful Life," this charming tale works as both a comedy-drama and as an amalgam of all those beautiful, forgotten ideals.Today's America (I don't care if you are a Republican or Democrat) has completely forgotten all about the ideas that give legs to Capra's dream country.James Stewart is America's big brother, and this is Stewart the everyman at his most relatable. The man worked with the greatest cinematic mind of all time, Alfred Hitchcock, multiple times, but he never reached the heights of his true acting prowess in the presence of Hitchcock like he did with the likes of America's director Frank Capra.
(nl) wrote: Discreet French bedroom farce (of its time), for those who don't parle la lingua, that barrier will probably be a bridge too far on top of the confusing number of characters and the not-great film transfer.
(jp) wrote: I did expect more of this movie. It is surely a small budget movie, quite short, quite simple and the storyline.. well.. there isn't much to tell about. The dialogs are simple as you would expect them to be, so nothing deep to be found here. I liked the accents though :)
(us) wrote: Visually stunning as always, Wes Anderson delivers a unique family dramedy with his most compelling cast of characters.
(fr) wrote: ...I like the final part after they (the sisters) went through the turmoil in life and having peaceful time near the sea and taking pictures. - it is what life it is. great film.