Evolution of Rallying
A labour of love, The Evolution of Rallying took Producer Helmut Deimel 120 days to piece together in the edit suite. He combed through over 500 hours of race footage from the early 1950s up to 2001. Taking in the careers of such greats as Jim Clark, Ari Vatanen, Tony Pond, and Pentti Airikkala this excellent documentary tells the story of how a part-time hobby turned into a multi-million dollar competition contested by major works teams. Packed full of great action footage Evolution captures the true essence and atmosphere of one of the most popular forms of motorsport in the world today.
The story of Rallying from the very earliest days to the modern era told through classic archive footage The Evolution of Rallying is the culmination of an epic effort by Helmut Deimel, you won't be disappointed with the result. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: Would've been better if the focus was more on Rebel Wilson's character, but nonetheless a few strong comedic moments amongst the otherwise wholesome mess
(kr) wrote: this movie is fucking depressing
(it) wrote: Just does not connect and that's a shame because I usually love these type movies.
(mx) wrote: What is there not to love about Michael Jordan and the Looney Tunes in this light-hearted comedy that just makes you want to believe in miracles
(kr) wrote: One of the few movies that givens an unflinching look at the horrible disease the is AIDS. This is a movie filled with great performances especially Tom Hanks. No matter your view on gays or AIDS patients, when a law has been broken everyone has a right to make their voice heard. The one thing that I didn't like in this movie is that after Denzel's character claims to his wife that he doesn't like gays, soon after he makes a complete 360 turn and decides to help Andrew(the gay with AIDS).
(nl) wrote: Another solid 90s thriller. The fight between Kurt Russell and Ray Liotta is awesome!
(de) wrote: classic film. very good, edge of ur seat film.
(ru) wrote: I actually seem to realize that I have never seen a firefighter movie before as there's very few movies of them, and Backdraft proves that there should be more of them. William Baldwin, Kurt Russell, and Robert De Niro are great performances, but the best is from Donald Sutherland who does an amazing job at being calm and crazy at the same time. The plot goes through genres a bit from an action, to mystery. They both work effectively as for the action, it's very exciting and very good. There's lots of explosions that make it seem like something Michael Bay would do, but it makes sense with this film. The special effects from what they can use of it, look really good and alive. As a mystery film, it kept me interested to see what's going on and the makings of a huge fire. There's no villain in this. Even if there's a villain in this, the character had a reason to do it and just thought what was right. Backdraft is the best firefighter movie I have seen, even if the secondary characters aren't memorable, and there may not be a firefighter movie that can be as good as this.
(ru) wrote: one of the best movie every
(ru) wrote: You never know exactly how you feel about a John Cassavetes film until long after it's over. Just as it should be! He makes me think more than any other filmmaker, and yet he rides on pure gut emotion. Like everything he made before Love Streams, it directly provokes us, because we never know where we stand or what will happen next. I feel that's a unique strength that's difficult to achieve. There's a euphoria in this gut-wrenching ebb and flow through scenes that come out of nowhere. There's a knotting in our stomachs with every desperate bid for affection that we witness. Culminating in arguably the most poignant and powerful final shot of his pioneering career as a director, the movie hums with the feeling that Cassavetes knew this could very will be his last; it's also his most musical film since his first.
(it) wrote: Poirot again is called upon to solve the unsolvable. A good film, just as good as the orient express.
(gb) wrote: Buensima historia de seduccin y persecuciones en un ambiente pop romano con vestuario estilo Paco Rabanne. Ni una cana, esta pelcula de 1965...
(ag) wrote: The second big monster from the deep for Harryhausen and again its all down to those pesky atomic bomb tests the US keep doing. This time they have disturbed a gigantic octopus from the Mindanao Deep, but not only have they upset this big boy, they have also made him radioactive which makes it very hard to catch his usual meals. So up he comes to the surface to chow down on lots of yummy humans in and on board various vessels, canned food.So if you just scratch beneath the surface (no pun intended) you will easily see the similarity with his previous film 'The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms'. Cut down this is simply the exact same film with a slight change in story and of course a different beastie. Instead of a mighty lizard we have a mighty octopus.To be really brutally honest I found this film a tad on the dull side, I'll say this again and again but these films are all about the creatures and unfortunately this film doesn't have as much. Now I'm not saying its a bad film, its just not as thrilling, there is a lot of dialog revolving around trying to find out what is causing the damage and deaths, and then how to kill it, plus there's a fair bit of dull romance too. So overall we don't get tonnes of monster mashing I'm afraid.On the plus side this enormous cephalopod looks terrific! possibly even better than the lizard from '20,000', its actually quite realistic too. I love the way the tentacles reach out from the depths and crane over bridges, ports, buildings etc...slowly slithering their way along feeling for food. The Golden Gate Bridge sequence is still awesome to see, watching this sea monster coil itself around the bridge stanchion.Love how these films always have a few good looking heroic male characters that take control. One old guy who is the brains behind all the plans and just one attractive female to keep things exciting for the boys during the action hehe. Its all so chauvinistic yet curiously charming and amusing at the same time. Another fun thing to point out in these old films is the large amount of narration, the way it explains the simple plot clearly because they thought people wouldn't understand haha hmm maybe we should have more of that these days.The film comes to life towards the end as we see the Octopus strike. The use of flamethrowers to push the monster back into the sea is another really well created sequence. Up to then I can't deny its a bit of a struggle in places leaving you gagging for some in your face Harryhausen effects, but overall its still classic stuff. Ironic that weapons of mass destruction always create these ferocious problems yet they still resort to using them to attempt to solve the problem. Its all very nautical yet not a salty seadog in sight.6.5/10
(ca) wrote: Bette Davis in one of her most intense roles is a tour-de-force. She gives a performance as gut-wrenching as it is memorable; a storyline so clich feels brand new again. The film does appear as a vehicle for its lead, yet it remains a powerful whole.
(kr) wrote: - Needed something light so i turned to this comedy classic that is now 25yrs old this year! It still holds-up incredibly well, I laughed quite a bit. Everyone is perfect in the film and the comedy bits are all gold. This is a comedy gem well worth revisiting!- It was fun watching this movie again, I really enjoyed it. Nice for a change watching a well-done PG comedy with clever comedic bits in the screenplay, that didn't just rely on obscene & shock tactics. Give it a try if it's been a while!